After the bestselling The Scion of Ikshvaku , the first book in Amish’s Rama Chandra series, which, along with his Shiva Trilogy, sold over 3.5 million copies, comes the much-awaited second book, Sita: Warrior of Mithila
The first book narrated the story of Rama’s birth and childhood up to Sita’s abduction, the second does not begin from where the first concluded. Instead, Sita: Warrior of Mithila narrates the origins of the adopted daughter of King Janak and maps her rise from an orphan to a skilled warrior who becomes the prime minister of her father’s kingdom. Amish has spoken about the multi-linear narrative technique he uses in these books in earlier interviews. The third book will be narrated from the birth of Ravana to Sita’s kidnapping; after which the story will converge into a common narrative, Sita is clearly the hero here
Amish turned a beloved God into a pop culture icon. Will Amish’s Sita be the new feminist icon for a new generation? What do you think ?
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