|Siege of Mithila (2003) [Novel]|
by Ashok K. Banker
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The invasion has begun and the bestial demon hordes roar towards Ayodhya. If Ayodhya falls, then all mortal-kind will fall.
But Rama cannot return home to defend his family. He must journey to Mithila - a city lying directly in the path of destruction. There, a small band of heroes plan a valiant stand against the advancing armies of darkness.
It seems a futile quest. Lanka's forces are near boundless and have swept all before them. Even if Rama can unearth a hidden dev-astra - a powerful artefact of the gods - his chances of victory remain slight. For at the head of the demon tide rides Rama's nemesis, a terrible and ruthless slayer of souls - the demonlord Ravana.
Original title: Siege of Mithila
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