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Those In The Centre Of The National Debate Must Speak Out: Amish Tripathi

Author Amish Tripathi talks about his new book, Raavan, the third in his Ramachandra series, after Ram and Sita.

Those In The Centre Of The National Debate Must Speak Out: Amish Tripathi
Photograph by Suresh K. Pandey
Those In The Centre Of The National Debate Must Speak Out: Amish Tripathi
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2019-07-21T14:21:48+05:30

Amish, the author who made mythology cool, is a bestselling Indian writer in English whose books have sold five million copies. His new book, Raavan, the third in his Ramachandra series, after Ram and Sita, is the darkest and deals with a complex character. Amish talks about villains in our stories, how India is not proud of its culture and extr-eme religious positions with Satish Padmana­bhan. Excerpts:

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