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The greatest villain of our legends, burnt down every year, reduced to ashes again and again, only to rise anew. His is a cycle of death and rebirth that never ends, a legend that refuses to die. And there is a reason for that.

The tale of Ravan still screams to be told, to break free of the falsehoods that have buried his truth. But in the vastness of our myths, there are bits and pieces of his legend scattered all around, leading us to the truth of what could well be the greatest unsolved mystery of all time. The truth of Ravan's life, and his death by a God in mortal flesh...

Raven's origin, as the descendant of Lord Brahma, his devotion to Shiva and his conquest of Swarga speak of a great king, stronger and wiser than even the Devas. How then does he succumb to lust, cowardice and finally, foolhardiness?

And what was Ravan's sin that made his death necessary? The abduction of Sita was a mere front, for the Ram avatar had been born long before that. Why did Vishnu stand against him, when he was blessed by both Shiva and Brahma? How was Ravan, blessed with invincibility, defeated so conveniently, by a God in human flesh? Could Ravan not have thought of that, and prepared against it?

And why did Shiva allow the death of his greatest worshipper, the one he himself had named?

What if the Ramayan was just a part of a greater story, a cosmic game of chess between Vishnu and Ravan? What if our greatest epic is merely the end of a tale that had begun long age?

About the Author

Rahul Rajan is a self-anointed master of all knowledge least relevant to the real world, and more suited to an era that he admits 'never quite existed.' Dropping out of college to joining the Merchant Navy to seek adventure in far off lands (not realizing that he was about 500 years too late), he counts sailing through the Bermuda Triangle and the Amazon River amongst some of the highest points of his life. After a severe back injury forced him back on shore, he completed his BSc in Physics from Fergusson College, Pune and then completed an MBA in Marketing from the SP Jain Institute of Mgmt. & Research, Mumbai. Fate then took him to the turbulent waters of the corporate world, where he worked with Procter & Gamble for seven years before moving on to Philips. And now, disguised as a mild mannered cubicle dweller, fighting a never ending battle for sales and distribution, he spends his nights typing away on his laptop, creating imaginary worlds and creatures that have dwelled in his subconscious mind for far too long.

He is settled in Gurgaon with his wife Ruchi and two sons Abhimanyu and Shaurya. He can be reached on Facebook at "Rahul Rajan's Rudravan".

Contents

Chapter-1 The Brahma Daitya 15
Chapter-2 The Seduction of Dashanan 25
Chapter-3 First Blood 41
Chapter-4 Truth and Consequences 55
Chapter-5 The Road to Invincibility 71
Chapter-6 The Lord of Lanka 85
Chapter-7 The Thousand Armed Foe 97
Chapter-8 The Roar of a Legend 115
Chapter-9 The Reign of Ravan 123
Chapter-10 The Primordial Realm 131
Chapter-11 The Descent of Ravan 141
Chapter-12 Before it Began 153
Chapter-13 The First Ramavatar 167
Chapter-14 The Devotees of Shiv 177
Chapter-15 Ram of the Axe 193
Chapter-16 The Ballad of Blood 213
Chapter-17 The Measure of the Dark 225
Chapter-18 Betrayal 239
Chapter-19 It Begins 255
Chapter-20 The True Ramavatar 269
Chapter-21 The Exiled Warrior 283
Chapter-22 The Wrath of Ram 293
Chapter-23 A Sister's Sorrow 309
Chapter-24 The Abduction of Sita 317
Chapter-25 The Son of Vayu 341
Chapter-26 Prelude to War 363
Chapter-27 The Night of the Serpent 371
Chapter-28 The Humbling of a Legend 383
Chapter-29 A Giant Walked the Earth 393
Chapter-30 Alone 405
Chapter-31 The Last Son of Lanka 417
Chapter-32 The Invincible Enemy 431
Chapter-33 The End 443
Chapter-34 Glossary 470

 

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RudRavan (Whom The Gods Would Destroy, They Must First Create)

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The greatest villain of our legends, burnt down every year, reduced to ashes again and again, only to rise anew. His is a cycle of death and rebirth that never ends, a legend that refuses to die. And there is a reason for that.

The tale of Ravan still screams to be told, to break free of the falsehoods that have buried his truth. But in the vastness of our myths, there are bits and pieces of his legend scattered all around, leading us to the truth of what could well be the greatest unsolved mystery of all time. The truth of Ravan's life, and his death by a God in mortal flesh...

Raven's origin, as the descendant of Lord Brahma, his devotion to Shiva and his conquest of Swarga speak of a great king, stronger and wiser than even the Devas. How then does he succumb to lust, cowardice and finally, foolhardiness?

And what was Ravan's sin that made his death necessary? The abduction of Sita was a mere front, for the Ram avatar had been born long before that. Why did Vishnu stand against him, when he was blessed by both Shiva and Brahma? How was Ravan, blessed with invincibility, defeated so conveniently, by a God in human flesh? Could Ravan not have thought of that, and prepared against it?

And why did Shiva allow the death of his greatest worshipper, the one he himself had named?

What if the Ramayan was just a part of a greater story, a cosmic game of chess between Vishnu and Ravan? What if our greatest epic is merely the end of a tale that had begun long age?

About the Author

Rahul Rajan is a self-anointed master of all knowledge least relevant to the real world, and more suited to an era that he admits 'never quite existed.' Dropping out of college to joining the Merchant Navy to seek adventure in far off lands (not realizing that he was about 500 years too late), he counts sailing through the Bermuda Triangle and the Amazon River amongst some of the highest points of his life. After a severe back injury forced him back on shore, he completed his BSc in Physics from Fergusson College, Pune and then completed an MBA in Marketing from the SP Jain Institute of Mgmt. & Research, Mumbai. Fate then took him to the turbulent waters of the corporate world, where he worked with Procter & Gamble for seven years before moving on to Philips. And now, disguised as a mild mannered cubicle dweller, fighting a never ending battle for sales and distribution, he spends his nights typing away on his laptop, creating imaginary worlds and creatures that have dwelled in his subconscious mind for far too long.

He is settled in Gurgaon with his wife Ruchi and two sons Abhimanyu and Shaurya. He can be reached on Facebook at "Rahul Rajan's Rudravan".

Contents

Chapter-1 The Brahma Daitya 15
Chapter-2 The Seduction of Dashanan 25
Chapter-3 First Blood 41
Chapter-4 Truth and Consequences 55
Chapter-5 The Road to Invincibility 71
Chapter-6 The Lord of Lanka 85
Chapter-7 The Thousand Armed Foe 97
Chapter-8 The Roar of a Legend 115
Chapter-9 The Reign of Ravan 123
Chapter-10 The Primordial Realm 131
Chapter-11 The Descent of Ravan 141
Chapter-12 Before it Began 153
Chapter-13 The First Ramavatar 167
Chapter-14 The Devotees of Shiv 177
Chapter-15 Ram of the Axe 193
Chapter-16 The Ballad of Blood 213
Chapter-17 The Measure of the Dark 225
Chapter-18 Betrayal 239
Chapter-19 It Begins 255
Chapter-20 The True Ramavatar 269
Chapter-21 The Exiled Warrior 283
Chapter-22 The Wrath of Ram 293
Chapter-23 A Sister's Sorrow 309
Chapter-24 The Abduction of Sita 317
Chapter-25 The Son of Vayu 341
Chapter-26 Prelude to War 363
Chapter-27 The Night of the Serpent 371
Chapter-28 The Humbling of a Legend 383
Chapter-29 A Giant Walked the Earth 393
Chapter-30 Alone 405
Chapter-31 The Last Son of Lanka 417
Chapter-32 The Invincible Enemy 431
Chapter-33 The End 443
Chapter-34 Glossary 470

 

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