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From the bestselling author of Karna’s Wife comes this book about Urmila Sita’s sister and the neglected wife of Lakshman and one of the most overlooked characters in the Ramayana As Sita prepares to go into exile her younger sisters stay back at the doomed palace of Ayodhya their smiles hope and joy wiped away in a single stroke And through the tears and the tragedy one woman of immense strength and conviction stands apart—Urmila whose husband Lakshman has chosen to accompany his brother Ram to the forest rather than stay with his bride She could have insisted on joining Lakshman as did Sita with Ram But she did not Why did she agree to be left behind in the palace waiting for her husband for fourteen painfully long years?


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    The best rendition to Ramayan from the worst hit woman of Ramayan Well narrated Urmila has got all in her as shades muted over canvas of time She is portrayed as tempestuous princess in love vivacious bride insecure wife and ambitious woman who did not bother to impose herself on her husband to become his ultimate distractionWe know what happened to Ram Sita and Lakshman when they ventured to forest following Dasarath’s orders But what happened in Ayothya when they were away ? Who managed the broken family and abandoned state affairs? How did they mend the irreparable loss ? How did the completely shattered family survive after losing Dasarath to grief and after Bharat went away to Nandigram ? Here comes her entry the most neglected and less lime lighted character who exists for namesake in Ramayan UrmilaThe actual princess of Mithila Legitimate daughter of King Janak Lakshman’s neglected wife The legend has completely ignored her saying she slept for 14 years when Lakshman was away In Kavita Kane’s view she is glorified as the woman of substance who fights the odds And not to forget Kavita doesn't ignore Kaikeyi all in her negative shades Wonderful amendment softened my views on Kaikeyi There are quotes which made me fall in love with Urmila the enchantress You could always call her secretive masking her feelings beautifully lest anyone intrude into her inmost realm of hidden thoughts It was a defense Urmila had evolved since childhood Four sisters married on same day living in similar wretchedness but each accepting and acknowledging life differently – Mandavi bitter Kriti wiser and she catatonic And Urmila smiled at her self description She existed The course of time and events plodded on uninterrupted pausing for none Let me hate you passionately as I loved you Would hatred be strong than love ? One of the greatest things about this book is the outline of the story is unchanged It just gives voice for Urmila to see things from her view Kavita Kane’s writing style is simple and beautiful Captures the inner feelings of a woman perfectly After finishing Menaka’s Choice I wish to enjoy Urmila’s perspective one time In few years Kavita will leave a mark in the literature field for this beautiful work