Ikshvaku Kultilak By Amish Tripathi
Ikshvaku Kultilak is a historical fiction novel written By Amish Tripathi. In 3400 BC, India began a fierce war on the partition. The loss is profound. Ravana, the monster of Lanka, does not impose his rule on the defeated. Instead, he imposed his trade. Money is taken from the empire. The seven indigenous peoples plunge into poverty, despair, and corruption. They cry for the leader to come out of morale, and they have little appreciation that the leader is among them. Whom they know A tortured and unpredictable prince. They tried to break a prince.
- Book Name: Ikshvaku Kultilak
- Author: Amish Tripathi
- Genre: Fantasy, Historical, Fiction
- Total pages: 390
- Category: Translated Books
- PDF Size: 08 Mb