Brahmakamal : Love Story of a Devdasi is a story set in the 11th century that tells the story of Nitya and Prabhas. Nitya is a beautiful girl, inquisitive and chirpy, born to a Rudraganika, her mother, Kaveri. Whereas, Piranhas is naughty, obedient and a temple musician. Nitya beauty and grace was much talked about. Prabhas for all these significant qualities falls in love with Nitya.
Hell breaks and the innocent love faces a reality check as the Kaveri gets to know about this love development. The protagonists stand strong for their love but are criticized by the social norms, custom and rules.
A heavenly couple with their enchanting chemistry passes tests of the social norms, barriers and hypocrisy. A fairytale, woven with bittersweet scenarios alongside the sweetness of liberal love.
The writing style is fluid with little more detailing than expected. The language of storytelling is appreciable and the book would surely drift your imagination in the 11th century. The book highlights societal degrees amongst the system, merchants. The book has drama, love and social aspects that build the story creatively.
The Author writes these scenarios with grace and sprouts out the right essence in those sentences. The writing style is imaginative and descriptive. The storytelling is very precise as if the author had lived through those olden times. It’s very creative of the author to create a love story of a Devdasi in the times of young adult romances that I guess would win hearts.
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