கங்கை கொண்ட சோழன், #1 [Gangai Konda Cholan]

Gangai Konda Cholan Gangai Konda Chozhan authored by Balakumaran is a historical novel about the kingdom of Cholas and their king Rajendra Chola Summary of the BookWith an engaging narration of the genius writer Balaku

  • Title: கங்கை கொண்ட சோழன், #1 [Gangai Konda Cholan]
  • Author: பாலகுமாரன்
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 219
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  • Gangai Konda Chozhan, authored by Balakumaran, is a historical novel about the kingdom of Cholas and their king Rajendra Chola.Summary of the BookWith an engaging narration of the genius writer Balakumaran, this novel offers an unputdownable read for history lovers The author tries to be subjective about the ruler Rajendra Chola, who is often misunderstood as an unkind emGangai Konda Chozhan, authored by Balakumaran, is a historical novel about the kingdom of Cholas and their king Rajendra Chola.Summary of the BookWith an engaging narration of the genius writer Balakumaran, this novel offers an unputdownable read for history lovers The author tries to be subjective about the ruler Rajendra Chola, who is often misunderstood as an unkind emperor Chola s wife Veerama Devi was a courageous woman too and this book details on her and how she did justice to her name by living with honour and valour GangaiKonda Chozhan is a must read for those who want to know comprehensively about the Cholas.

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    • Karthik Vivekanandhan says:

      If you want to know anything and everything about Rajendra Chola, then this book is for you,the author Balakumaran who continues the history of Cholas after Udaiyar examines every aspect of the life of Rajendra Chola and crafts an extremely detailed and dense history of the great man and his conquests.This book never runs dry,it keeps you glued throughout the 500 odd pages ,as a whole this is wonderful for anyone who loves history like myself.Rajendra Chola has always been a fascinating figure t [...]

    • Hariprasath Thiagarajan says:

      the story seems nice. but loads of mistakes in printing. Gender has been mis printed in many places

    • Balaji says:

      Hi anyone help me how to open the book?

    • Balaji Sundarrajan says:

      story of one of the greatest thamizh emperors viz. rajendra cholan, told in his inimitable style by balakumaran. balakumaran is a genius and i am yet to read any works even equalling his caliber. but in the last volume, he appears to have finished the story in a hurried manner. this review is common for all four volumes.

    • Aravind says:

      Good book to read. Waiting for part 3.

    • Keerthikan says:

      it was amazing

    • Saran says:

      nice

    • Vina Mofaa says:

      very good book.

    • Harish says:

      Takes off just after Udayaar.

    • Thangavel Mooventhan says:

      nice writer

    • Ganesh says:

      Somewhere I felt the burning passion and desire the author had for Rajarajan is obviously missing as I read through Rajendran. Too many characters so much of chaos which makes it clearly obvious the lack of a solid plot. Although it doesn't inspire you like Rajarajan you may still wish to read through the next volumes to find out what happens as the Royal Cholan army marches across borders and countries in name of their people and culture!

    • Saravana says:

      உடையாரில் தஞ்சை பெரிய கோவிலை எவ்வாறு காட்டி இருப்பாரென்று விவரித்தை போல இந்நாவலில் அவர் மகன் கங்கை நீரை எப்படி கொண்டு வந்திருப்பாரென்று விவரிக்கிறார். சஸ்பென்ஸ், திரிலிங்கா இல்லை. என [...]

    • Balasubramaniam T says:

      I want to read this book

    • Sowrirajan says:

      I feel this is better than Udayar.

    • Natrajan says:

      Nice Historical Novel.

    • GEETHA V says:

      i like it history in tamil language

    • Sujatha says:

      Not so good as Udayar. Lots of mistake, story line continuation is also not good

    • Vickey says:

      nice

    • M Pathmanaban says:

      good book

    • Gangaidinesh says:

      Book1

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