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Love, passion, longing, hunger, revenge, righteousness, and truth—do all these things mean the same for the different creations of God? In this extraordinary story by the bestselling author of The Rise of Sivagami: Book 1 of Baahubali -- Before the Beginning (as also Asura: Tale of the Vanquished; Ajaya: Roll of the Dice; and Ajaya: Rise of Kali), Anand Neelakantan lets thLove, passion, longing, hunger, revenge, righteousness, and truth—do all these things mean the same for the different creations of God? In this extraordinary story by the bestselling author of The Rise of Sivagami: Book 1 of Baahubali -- Before the Beginning (as also Asura: Tale of the Vanquished; Ajaya: Roll of the Dice; and Ajaya: Rise of Kali), Anand Neelakantan lets the reader into the mind of Sage Valmiki and reveals the hitherto unknown reason for his choosing the wonderfully empowered Sita as the pivot of the grand epic, Ramayana…...

Title : Bhoomija: Sita
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ISBN : 35112409
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 24 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Bhoomija: Sita Reviews

  • Sriram Radhakrishnan
    2019-05-17 20:38

    What made Valmiki write The Ramayana?A short read which gives an excellent feeling. Excellent one by the Author Anand Neelakantan! In just 24 pages, the author has captured many emotions and more importantly, the reader can relate to it. I recommend this book for a short, refreshing read!

  • Lakshmi
    2019-06-10 18:37

    I love the way author tried to explain that there is nothing right or wrong in this world, it all depends on situation and the way he expressed numerous emotions. Nothing/No one can be beautiful as Sita and the way it is portrayed is great!

  • usha mahajan
    2019-06-10 18:45

    Very good conclusionBecause i thought the content was worth it.in short the author has tried to explain good and bad are relative terms ..

  • Bhagya Shree
    2019-06-09 17:32

    Good Narrative The book is Sita's story, but why Valmiki wanted to write Ramayana, focussing on one woman, who is the provider, like Mother Earth. The book beautifully narrates why nothing is ultimately good or bad, it is all matter of perspective. It is a beautiful short story.

  • MRIDULA
    2019-05-26 23:41

    Sita could have been born this way! That's how an epic start. Those small observations add up to something great. Sita might be a reality but this story gives another angle to the story. A fair deal here by Anand Neelakantan

  • prithvi krishna
    2019-06-09 23:42

    Waiting for a full book 🤔

  • divya
    2019-05-25 21:25

    A good readWith the current literary scene going abuzz with the reinvented Indian epics, we come across many interpretations. However, only a handful of them tend to stay with us and make us ponder, Bhoomija is one such read.

  • Shubha R
    2019-05-17 23:54

    Extremely short read. Bird, snake, eggs, next, hunter, saint, hungry kid, helpless mother(both bird and human), loyal dog, fox, Ratnakara turning as saint, all captured in such short read! Beautifully written.A conclusion on why Valmiki wanted to write on Sita is well captured

  • Diwakar Grandhi
    2019-06-04 23:40

    Wow. A great way to imagine how the seeds were probably sown for an epic! Wonderful short read which showed that such a small tale can still mix all the possible emotions we know of.

  • Sangita
    2019-06-09 22:38

    Awesome narration of probable inspiration of Valmiki to write Ramayana in the 1st place

  • Anantha Narayanan
    2019-05-21 21:44

    I don't even know what the author meant by writing this short book.The author looked like wanted to tell story of Sita, and has just mentioned why the author chose to write.Also didn't like that it's mentioned as imagination of the author. The historicity of characters in Ramayana, aren't real at all? I think he means the same.The book is all about Nishada and Valmiki and what the author thinks the reason why Valmiki chose to write Ramayana.

  • Ajitabh Pandey
    2019-05-28 21:39

    Contrary to the name of the book, it has nothing to do with Sita.This book is a fictious background of the first poem (shloka) created by Valmiki. मा निषाद प्रतिष्ठां त्वमगमः शाश्वतीः समाः ।यत्क्रौंचमिथुनादेकमवधी काममोहितम् ।।(Maa Nishada Pratistham Tvamagamahsāsvati SamaaYat Kraunchamithunaadekam Avadhi Kaamamohitam)The author has described the possible scenario surrounding the creation of the poem and also potential motivation of writing Ramayana.

  • Sai Padmapriya
    2019-05-29 23:33

    There couldn't be anything/ anyone more beautiful than Sita and this story does due honour to her! I was wondering what has this story to do with its title and had to wait till the end to correlate it; in one word - beautiful! Can't wait for the author to write Ramayan from Sita's angle after reading this.

  • Anand Neelakantan
    2019-05-26 19:50