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#BookPromo: Kartikeya, Prithviraj Chauhan, Rani Padmavati by Anuja Chandramouli #Giveaway #Indiaonly

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Hey everyone! I would like to share with you about 3 newest books by my favorite Indian author, Anuja Chandramouli. I have read her 2 Indian mythology fantasies this year, Yama’s lieutenant and its sequel which were dark fantasies with fabulous writing.

I’m excited to share blurb of all three books and also ongoing Goodreads giveaways for Indian readers. I’m sure these will be of your interest.

Rani Padmavati: The Burning Queen by Anuja Chandramouli

Genre: Mythology, Fantasy

Release Date: November 24th 2017

Published: by Juggernaut 

Padmavati jpegSynopsis:

Padmavati is the most beautiful queen Chittor has ever had. Everyone who sees her is enthralled by her grace and goodness.

When the greedy gaze of the Sultan ofDelhi, Alauddin Khalji, falls upon Chittor and its queen, Padmavati’s flawless beauty turns against her, because it inspires both love and hate in equal measure.Beset by the threat of an invasion and scheming political rivals who are envious of her immense popularity, Rani Padmavati must rise to the demands of war and fight for everything she believes in. This is the story of a remarkable woman who lived gently, loved passionately and embraced her destiny with unmatched courage.

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Kartikeya: The Destroyer’s Son by Anuja Chandramouli


Genre: Mythology, Fantasy

Release Date: November 30th 2017

Published: by Rupa Publications 

Kartikeya JpegSynopsis:

Unravel the puzzle that is the mysterious and misunderstood son of Mahadeva.
Kartikeya was born from the flames of a desperate need, an ardent desire and an utmost devastation. In him was distilled the terrible powers of Mahadeva, at its fiercest and most deadly. Although he fought many wars and slew many tyrants, his gifts to humanity have always been those of mercy, compassion and love. What makes this possible?

For Kartikeya, there have always been more questions than answers. Did he really walk away from his family over a piece of fruit? What about the women in his life—was he the ravisher he is at times accused of being, or the protector of women? Was he the violent warrior who revelled in bloodlust, or a gentle family man? What was his relationship with his more popular sibling, Ganesha?

Anuja Chandramouli weaves together myth, imagination and folklore while looking to answer these questions and recreates for modern readers the story of one of the most enigmatic gods—Kartikeya.

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Prithviraj Chauhan: The Emperor of Hearts by Anuja Chandramouli

Genre: Mythology, Fantasy

Release Date: December 4th 2017

Published: by Penguin Random House 


Prithviraj Chauhan was destiny’s chosen one, singled out for glory and greatness. During the course of an extraordinary life, he transcended the limits imposed on mortals and achieved Godlike luster. The conquering hero dreamed of a united land where peace prevailed over war and love over hate.

Princess Samyukta loved him from afar, and when Prithviraj Chauhan claimed her for his own, defying the wrath of an implacable foe, their happiness was complete. Victorious in love and war, Prithviraj Chauhan was soon to discover that success came with a terrible price – trouble, treachery and tragedy. What happened next? Read the tale of the legendary warrior who lives on in the hearts of those who remember his unmatched valor and timeless heroism.

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About Author:

Anuja.jpgAnuja Chandramouli is a bestselling Indian author and New Age Indian Classicist. Her highly acclaimed debut novel, Arjuna: Saga of a Pandava Warrior-Prince, was named by Amazon India as one of the top 5 books in the Indian Writing category for the year 2013.  Kamadeva: The God of Desire, Shakti: The Divine Feminine and Yama’s Lieutenant are her other bestsellers.

Her articles, short stories and book reviews have appeared in various publications like Femina, Women’s Era, Lonely Planet, The Hindu and The New Indian Express. An accomplished orator, she regularly conducts Story Telling sessions and workshops on Creative Writing, Empowerment and Mythology in schools, colleges and various other platforms.

This happily married, mother of two little girls, lives in Sivakasi, Tamil Nadu. She is a student of classical dance. Currently, she is hard at work on her new book with her two trusty aides – caffeine and yoga.


Twitter: @anujamouli



Aren’t they interesting? I loved that cover of Prithviraj and Padmavati. I’ve heard stories Kartikeya, Prithviraj and Padmavati. I can’t wait to see what author has written about them.

Happy Reading! 🙂

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Hi, I'm Yesha, an Indian book blogger. Avid and eclectic reader who loves to read with a cup of tea. Not born reader but I don't think I’m going to stop reading books in this life. “You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.”


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