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Easy narrative and a great take on the old and timeless epic. Told from the POV of an enigmatic heroine.Published 1 hour ago by Amazon Customer
I read sections of the Mahabharata in my freshman humanities class years ago, but even kinda knowing the highlights of the story didn't make this book any less glorious. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Nikki
Must read for all the young girls. Had to read it without putting it down. Such a nice blend of history and modern writing. Strongly recommend.Published 1 month ago
I've read the Mahabharata and been a devotee of the tradition for more than forty years. I loved the book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by MichaelWright-Author
Hi! I am reading The palace of illusion ... Loving it ... I am reading the mythological story that we all know so well and grew up reading , hearing and wAtching so many times with... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nita Bajoria
All the stories we have read from Mahabharata are completly male's point of view. But this book goes in the female's perspective which we completely had to ignore or forget . Read morePublished 1 month ago by thota sadhvika