Kaikeyi’s Remorse : An interpretive story by Satya Sarada Kandula (Print Book, ebook)

How did Kaikeyi feel when she lost everything with her decision to send Rama into exile?

This interpretive short story explores Kaikeyi’s feelings of remorse and how she came to terms with them. It will be of interest to readers who like different interpretations of Ramayana. It will be of help to people who are struggling with their own feelings of guilt and remorse. It will also interest students of indian philosophy.

About the author(s)

Satya Sarada Kandula has spent several decades of her life reading different versions of the Ramayanam and also the original Valmiki Ramayanam in Sanskrit. It competes with the Bhagavad Gita as her favorite book.

She has an M.Tech electronics from I.I.Sc, and career experience in the software industry, the education sector and in writing ‘blogs and books’.

Please visit :For more information on her other books, audio etc please visit : https://satyasarada.wordpress.com for details on her other books and for purchase of ebooks using paypal!

Book Details
Publisher:

Satya Sarada Kandula

Number of Pages:

21

Dimensions:

5 inch x 7 inch

Interior Pages: Black & White
Binding: Paperback (Saddle Stitched)
Availability: In Stock (Print on Demand)

Payment Options
Payment options available are Credit Card, Indian Debit Card, Indian Internet Banking, Electronic Transfer to Bank Account, Check/Demand Draft. The details are available here.
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2 thoughts on “Kaikeyi’s Remorse : An interpretive story by Satya Sarada Kandula (Print Book, ebook)

  1. Do you have in print format of GANESH SAHASRANAAM written in Devanagari that you broke up the Sandhis? I am retired and a self-study student of Sanskrit. It would be not too difficult for me to find out of its meaning. I hope my name wont lead you to believe that I know something about Sanskrit. Much appreciated.

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