|Prince of Ayodhya (2003) [Novel]|
by Ashok K. Banker
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A monumental epic fantasy based on the ancient Indian tale The Ramayana.
In the high-towered capital city of Ayodhya, a legendary seer-mage casts a dire warning: Ravana, the great demon of the netherworld, is plotting to conquer the mortal plane. Amassing the largest and most vicious army of demons ever assembled, the dark lord is poised to unleash his forces upon the Arya nations.
Humankind's only salvation lies in one pure soul: Prince Rama, the heir to the throne of Ayodhya. Called on to be the world's champion, Rama sets off with his younger brother and the seer-mage Vishwamitra on a dangerous quest. But to seize his destiny and defeat Ravana, the fearless prince must be altered by extraordinary magic.
Original title: Prince of Ayodhya
Genre: Fiction→ Religious→ Hinduism
Mythology→ Retellings→ Indian
This work is a subwork of the following works :
Prince of Dharma: Part One of the Ramayana Series (2007) [Omnibus Volume]
Author: Ashok K. Banker