Ira, the Asura Princess isn’t ready to marry her father’s determined suitor Balasur. She wants to experience and wander and feel the earth beyond her own kingdom.
Initially, Ira’s conception of Balasur is quite evident as she never liked Balasur although he was being the loyal army chief and support the kingdom.
The character of companion Nadia is the best. Nadia is a very intelligent and clever girl bought up by the Asur king Shambarasur after the tragic escape from the attack.
The father- daughter belief in each other and understanding is shown very natural , soft and raw. The father, realises his daughter wanderlust and supports it.
The book in terms of describing their travel is shown in the most delicate way. The scenaries shared through the eyes of the author is splendid. The road of travel through Himalayas and Sindhu river is just beauty.
Again, Nadia stands as a strong character. She solves problems of Ira and guides her to persue true love. She knew that Ira had infatuation towards King Manu, from the Manavas civilization.
The love between Manu and Kamayani is surreal because they do not love each because of their marriage but they love with their soul and heart . They are truly dedicated.
But the ending was kinda messy and didn’t reach across the reader.
All in general, it is a treat to all readers, who want to imagine India in a different visionary.
All lovely appreciation to the author for writing this book.