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Armies of Hanuman (Ramayana, #4) Rama Finally Achieves Victory Against The Rakshasas In The Bloody Battle Of Janasthana He Now Looks Forward To A Time Of Harmony In The Lush Environs Of His Retreat At Panchvati.But, As Rama Soon Realizes, The War Is Yet To Be WonTormented By Unsatiated Lust, In A Hellish Fury, Supanakha, The Demoness Scorned, Makes A Desperate Journey To The Island Kingdom Of Lanka There She Succeeds In Reviving Her Comatose Cousin Ravana, Supreme Lord Of The Asuras, As Ruthlessly Determined To Seek Revenge Against Rama As She Is Their Diabolic Mission Will Test The Very Limits Of Rama S Courage, Skill And Endurance


About the Author: Ashok K. Banker

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10 thoughts on “Armies of Hanuman (Ramayana, #4)

  1. says:

    Somewhere along the read line, the desire to finish Banker s Ramayana diminishes The details are too stretched and I find chunks of pages that can be skipped they really don t add value to either the thrill or info I particularly detest the mushy romantic details between Rama and Sita They are unnecessary in a plot as big as the Ramayana Yes, Banker clearly states that this


  2. says:

    Need I say , Jai Aanjaneya


  3. says:

    nice tapestry and way of exgragrating the ramayana


  4. says:

    Why do epics need retelling So that every new storyteller can infuse something new, make the storyperfect and exciting and make his generation accept the epic in their own way Ashok Banker has gone quite a bit down that road Placing Kiskindha in north eastern India seems to be the least surprising Tweaking episodes like the killing of Vali has made his Ramahonourable and perfect than in the origina


  5. says:

    The series starts wonderfully with captivating narrative It is one of those books that you want to finish in one read because it is impossible to put down But somewhere after the third book in the series the grip progressively diminishes Sita s abduction was dragged and could have been shorter Banker s dimensionless characters are again a hurdle Despite having read four books on Rama I can only feel a deta


  6. says:

    Still loving the story, but the book kind of dragged at the beginning Maybe dragged isn t the best word This part of the series is called Armies of Hanuman so I would think Hanuman would be introduced before the halfway point, and ...


  7. says:

    The 4th book of the series continues with the journey of Rama, Sita and Lakshmana to Panchavati, after the war of Janasthana is iover.All three are eagerly awaiting their return to home, when all hell breaks loose.We also get introduced to our furry friends, Han...


  8. says:

    This a 2.5 for me the book was too slow as compared to earlier books and there were time where it failed to keep me interested and i just wanted to get it over with Though some parts still had the usual charm that is present with Ashok s work.


  9. says:

    Got some really moments like Valmiki is introduced very differently, as are Hanuman and Sugreeva.The not so great part Ravana s abduction of Sita could have been simpler The new version is just okay.


  10. says:

    another great one. the series is exhilarating


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