Yoddha by Rajat pillai


AD 379. The Gupta dynasty is stepping into its golden age
But the past holds many dark secrets… After long and bloody wars, Samrat Samudragupta sits on the pinnacle of an empire. yet, close to his throne are hearts filled with revenge, scheming to bring him down.

Into this gathering storm arrives Chandragupta, the king’s long-lost son. As he settles into his new life devastating family secrets surface, old wounds are reopened and Chandra can no longer trust anyone – least of all those closest to him. Bizarre and sinister incidents abound as palace conspiracies unravel plunging Rajgriha into a pit of chaos.

Will the son pay for the sins of his father?

Yoddha: The Dynasty of Samudragupta unfolds the murky loves and lies of one of the most illustrious clans in history.

My views

A well fictionalized plot about Samudragupta and his dynasty. With the incredible plot, the twists and turn are well done.

The plot is well paced. Characters are built aptly. The bravery of the clan is depicted with great importance.

A well built dystopion fiction story reflecting the history of the Samudragupta dysnasty.

By reading the narration I can definately tell that the research is done outstandingly.

Rating- 4/5


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