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Review - Raavan Enemy of Aryavarta by Amish Tripathi

Raavan - Enemy of Aryavarta the third book of Ramchandra series was released on 1 July.

Watch the trailer of the book here.

This book was more interesting. The Secret of Nagas (Book 2 of Shiva Trilogy) was the best work of Amish. This book is just as good. There will be SPOILERS ahead.

        One of the reason for that being since Ravana was 56 years old at the end of the book he had a long journey right from having nothing but his uncle Mareech in his childhood to support him, a mother and months old brother to protect to be the king of Lanka in the end. He acquired all of it by himself. Though sometimes by bad means. Also, I really liked how gradually the story proceeds. Changes in Ravan both physically and mentally as he grows older. His love for the music and painting, knowledge of Vedas, philosophy, trading all these characteristics makes him an interesting character. And of course, he was a great warrior.

Scion of Ikshvaku was not that great a book. Sita- Warrior of Mithila was a…

Quotes from Raavan Enemy of Aryavarta by Amish : Ram Chandra Series #3

Best Quotes from Raavan - Enemy of Aryavarta

Since Raavan - Enemy of Aryavarta is out now and loved by fans of Amish, I found some of the best quotes in the book. Some of them are from Raavan's point of view and then some by other characters in the book. Nevertheless, as usual, Amish provides the best philosophical insight in his latest book.

1. When you fill a clogged drain with more water than it can hold, it's bound to overflow and contaminate everything around it. When grief overwhelms someone, when they are enraged at what fate has done to them, their fury often overflows and is inflicted upon the world.2. What you term monster is the fire every successful man has within him. A fire that will not let him rest. A fire that drives him to work hard. To be smart. To be relentless. Focused. Disciplined. For those are the ingredients of success. That fire is like a monster that will not allow you to lean an ordinary life. What differentiates a successful man and a great man is gr…