The Legend of Parshuraam

The Legend of Parshuraam He was the guru of Bhishma PitamahHe was the avatar of Vishnu but a disciple of ShivaAnd He shall be the martial guru of Kalki the last Avatar in this Yuga When the Chandravanshi emperor Arjun began

  • Title: The Legend of Parshuraam
  • Author: Vineet Aggarwal
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  • Page: 267
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  • He was the guru of Bhishma PitamahHe was the avatar of Vishnu but a disciple of ShivaAnd He shall be the martial guru of Kalki, the last Avatar in this Yuga When the Chandravanshi emperor Arjun began expanding his empire to the entire world, the Asuras hit back with an insidious plan Caught in the crossfire is Raam, who comes back from his penance tofind 21 arrows pHe was the guru of Bhishma PitamahHe was the avatar of Vishnu but a disciple of ShivaAnd He shall be the martial guru of Kalki, the last Avatar in this Yuga When the Chandravanshi emperor Arjun began expanding his empire to the entire world, the Asuras hit back with an insidious plan Caught in the crossfire is Raam, who comes back from his penance tofind 21 arrows piercing his father s body Raam vows to avenge his death by killing the evil Kshatriyas 21 times starting with Arjun.Thus begins The Legend of Parshuram.

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  • Vineet Aggarwal

    Dr Vineet Aggarwal is described by many as a doctor by qualification, manager by profession and artist by temperament Born in a family of doctors, he successfully completed an initial stint with the family occupation before deciding to venture into pharmaceutical management and currently pursues writing and photography as a passion He is the author of popular online blogs Decode Hindu Mythology and Fraternity Against Terrorism and Extremism and the author of books Vishwamitra the Man who dared to challenge the Gods and The Legend of Parshu Raam.

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  • This book is a treasure trove of information for all those who love mythology! Vineet is a great friend (we went to the same school) and that makes this book very special. I have read his first book, Vishwamitra, and have now finished reading this second one. That besides, I have also been an avid reader of his blog: decodehindumythology. He is a talented writer and is thorough with his research. 'Legend of Parshuraam' tracks the story of Raam, the scion of Bhargava clan, the Brahmin boy who cle [...]


  • A fitting tribute to the wielder of Siva's ax.I couldn't find a book in realm of fiction completely dedicated to Parasu Ram,rather than portraying him as a supporting character and when I find this one,Thanks to the author I'm not disappointed.Right from the beginning to the end,I've thoroughly enjoyed the book. The main protagonist didn't appear till halfway through the book,that came as a bit surprise,but the void was completely filled by Arjun and his transformation from good to bad is portra [...]


  • Good one by Dr. Vineet Aggarwal though I would have liked if the author elaborated a bit more on the transformation of Raam to Parshu-Raam.


  • Parshuram : The embodiment of Lord Vishnu himself , the disciple of Lord Shiva , wielder of both the axe of Shiva and Vishnu's bow , one of the seven immortals , the man who clansed the earth from the arrogant Kshatriyas for twenty one times , the teacher of legendary warriors like Bheeshma , Karna , Dronacharya and Kripacharya , the only Bharamakhsatriya known in the history of mankind .Even after having such a larger than time personality there is no epic is available which chronicles the enti [...]


  • The lesser known mortals of Indian mythology seen in a new & insightful light!Many Indians will know of the ten avatars of Lord Vishnu but seldom do any of us know any avatar aside of Lord Ram and Krishna. This book is the life story of Parshuraam, the warrior avatar of Lord Vishnu. The Legend of Parshuraam methodically retraces his life beginning with a perspective of how things had shaped up in the generation that ruled prior to him in Nabhivarsh (older name for the Indian subcontinent). T [...]


  • Fabulous book on one of the most fascinating characters of Indian mythology. Dr.Vineet Agarwal, sticks to the original Purana, giving his interpretation, without deviation. And fortunately, does not inject pseudo science, or force fit contemporary events. Interestingly the title character actually makes his appearance half way in the book. The first half, is more on Parashuram's lineage, his parents, his ancestors, and the gradual transformation of Kartyavira Arjun, the antagonist, from a just, [...]


  • The Legend of Parshu-Raam, Simple, gripping and interesting read. Everything about this book is pure perfection, right from the detailed description of each character to each event which one can visualize while reading (Pushpak vimana’s description is bang on) and thorough research of un-touched side of legendary action hero which makes this book a tightly bound storyline. There are a lot of back stories. This is much needed for people who are not familiar with them.The story goes on tell how [...]


  • A remarkable story of a remarkable manEveryone knows Parshu-Raam as an avatar who massacred kshatriyas. But what made him a slayer is a story seldom narrated. There is a lot of mystery around this mythological character and I was very glad when I found this book written by Dr. Vineet Aggarwal. The book gives an in depth insight into the political situation prevailing before and after Parshu-Raam’s birth that forced him to take up his axe. What I loved in the book is the simplicity with which t [...]


  • i want this to be made as movie rajamouli needs to take a look ite narration. i know the two stories of vishwamitra and parashu ram, but i found they are related after reading these two books



  • I have been following Dr. Vineet Aggarwal's blog decodehindumythologycom since many years now and we have become good friends because of hours of discussion on various mythologies.One day I went to a movie, an hour early, and just to pass my time, I went into Crossword and that is how I got my copy of The Legend of Parshu-Raam.I bought it the second I saw it because, first, I admired the author because of his blog and second, it was a book about Parshu-Raam.Many Indian authors have written about [...]


  • The legend of Parshuram is a great and must read for all mythological lovers.Author has narrated the whole epic in such a simple way which is very easy to comprehend.It was as if the whole saga was witnessed by me.This book is perfect blend of psychological mythogical and scientific world.Author has captured the details in a way which can very well take you to the times of devs,asuras,nagas.Each adhaye of this book talks about the characters which ultimately shaped up the legend himself.Author h [...]


  • what a brilliant style of writing!.I got hooked to this book and finished it in 9 days.The events considered mythology have been very pragmatically put forth by the author with cogent explanations.The book helped me to expand my knowledge of ancient Hindu sages and seers and at the same time dispelling many misconceptions I had about my own culture.One of the reasons why many urban Indians do not appreciate,I believe,their scriptures and stories their grandmothers told them as kids is because th [...]


  • I loved Vishwamitra, so I was definitely going to get my hands on Parshu-Raam. Glad to say it didn't disappoint. I found the book a little slow paced at first, but then it picked up. So I would say it was appropriately paced. I think the best part about the book was that you really want to know what's going to happen next, but you can't increase your pace or skim through some lines, because the research is not just shown in the overall storyline, but also in small, day to day things in between, [...]


  • Lord Parshuram is worshipped mostly by Brahmins and a few tribes in remote areas. I always wished to know more about him. Read more about him. But there isn't much written about him. Out of fear for him or the fact that he is Chiranjeev, meaning still alive, that is the puzzling question. I came across this book via and quickly added it to my "to-read" shelf. I didn't expect much from this book as the author is not well known or at least I wasn't aware of him. But as I started reading this, It [...]


  • simply loved this book It flows smoothly as a continuation to the first book vishwamitra, and not only tells in detail the story of parshuraam but also how both these sages are linked to each other. The in-depth research done by Dr. Vineet reflects clearly in the content and also in the minutest details with which every scene is described.at you can almost watch it in your mind. Another thing I really liked in the book is the message conveyed through the dialogues of the charactersa lot can be l [...]


  • simply loved this book It flows smoothly as a continuation to the first book vishwamitra, and not only tells in detail the story of parshuraam but also how both these sages are linked to each other. The in-depth research done by Dr. Vineet reflects clearly in the content and also in the minutest details with which every scene is described.at you can almost watch it in your mind. Another thing I really liked in the book is the message conveyed through the dialogues of the charactersa lot can be l [...]


  • An action packed performance by Parshu-Raam as well as VineetThe book builds the character perfectly along with various simultaneous plots. While reading this book you could actually imagine many of the actions happening in front of your own eye. The book is totally action packed and gives an insight on the situations which made Raam a "Parshu-Raam". Author has very well delivered the message in the book that "The choices you make define your destiny". The book is perfect blend of mythology and [...]


  • It's probably the best book out there on not so popular incarnation of Lord Vishnu.I always thought Parshu-Raam is the angry form of Dharma.Well,the writer's approach in explaining the events that lead Raam,a brahmin boy to become the Parshu-Raam who killed the mighty king Kartavirya Arjuna is quite impressive.Even if you're not so great fan of mythology,you would enjoy it,cause it's no less than afictional adventurous movie if you have good imaginaryskills.The author's style of writing is Infor [...]


  • The Legend Of Parshu-Ram is an intelligent, in-depth description of the facts and the life of Lord Parshu-Ram, which I was not aware of. I wish the budding and daring Author who picked up such a side character for his second book a resounding success in his further ventures.


  • Again an amazing book by my friend dr vineet Agarwal. An interesting mythological story of one of the legends. A must read even for who has never been or is reading a mythological book for first time.


  • Fast paced, engaging and curiosity-laden story. Herculean efforts at the amazing research behind the book shows up every bit, the intertwined yet clearly presented storyline is superb, and the little specific details add reality to the presentation. Hats off to you dear Author ! :)



  • It's actually a legend some told, some untold and it reflected the hard work and pains of the author a must read book for Hindu mythology lovers



  • Wonderful book on Parshu raam.There are many great Writers who have written great books but none explored the mighty story of parshu raamce experience reading this book


  • I picked this book with a expectation of learning more about Parshu- Raam . But I was disappointed to know very little which was not new to me.


  • When one reads a neatly-woven novel, like Vishwamitra written by Dr. Vineet Aggarwal, with which one cannot disengage with and runs in a flow. The expectation looms large when the second work of his makes an appearance. The story is just not about the Legend Parshuram, its also about two other heroes: Rishi Yamdagni and Chandravanshi emperor Arjun. Unfortunately, the writer who showed much potential with his first novel isn't able to justify the place of these two heroes, in his second work. The [...]


  • क्षत्रिय रुधिर मये जगदपगत पापंस्नपयसि पयसि शमित भव तापंकेशव धृत भ्र्गुपति रूप जय जगदीश हरेYou bathe the world, whose sins have been destroyed and whose afflictions of existence have been allayed, with the waters mixed with the blood of the Kshatriyas. O Keshava, You who have assumed the form of Bhrigupati, O Lord of the world, victory be unto You [...]


  • Gripping, thrilling and enchanting!!!Indian mythology is limitless. Very little is told about the other characters who play equally vital role in the formation of epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata. Dr. Vineet with his penchant for mythology has done justice to a strong and vibrant character of Parshuraam. Contrast to what is known as Angry young man with inhuman behaviour in the Indian mythology, this books depicts Parshuraam as a perfect human being with loving, caring and gentle nature. What [...]


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