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Set in the period between 630-668 AD, An adventurous historical fiction based on the loyal friendship that existed between the Ceylon Prince Manavarman and the Great Pallava King Narasimhavarman-I who assisted Manavarman to regain his kingdom in Ceylon. The Pallava kingdom was slowly recovering from the loss incurred in their last battle with Chalukyas. Though the Pallava Set in the period between 630-668 AD, An adventurous historical fiction based on the loyal friendship that existed between the Ceylon Prince Manavarman and the Great Pallava King Narasimhavarman-I who assisted Manavarman to regain his kingdom in Ceylon. The Pallava kingdom was slowly recovering from the loss incurred in their last battle with Chalukyas. Though the Pallava King Mahendravarman had succeeded in the battle and defeated the Chalukya king Satyacharya Pulikesi, the loss incurred was heavy. After the demise of King Mahendravarman, his son Narasimhavarma Pallava had ascended the throne. He was burdened with huge responsibility to restructure and restore the Pallava Empire from the after effects of the battle. Another war with the Chalukyas seems to be an inevitable one. Adding to these struggles, Narasimhavarma’s attempt to lend his army for regaining the lost kingdom in Ceylon for his friend - the Ceylon Prince Manavarman had also failed. His close friend Manavarman went untraceable. Narasimhavarma was burdened with the delicate responsibility to protect his kingdom from the Chalukyas and he was unable to find the whereabouts of Manavarman. Devastated with the failure faced in the Ceylon battle, Manavarman lost all his hopes. On his way back to the Pallava Kingdom, at an unexpected situation, Manavarman rescues a group of traders from the attack of rogue thieves. He falls in love with a dancer woman Muthunagai who was travelling along with the traders. Manavarman decided to drop all his pursuit, let go of his royal past altogether and lead a normal life with Muthunagai. Manavarman encounters several interesting people on his way back to Pallava Kingdom, a secret Spy of the Pallavas – Somathithan and a Holy Saint ArulNandhi Adigal who possess great magical powers. Unfortunately Manavarman gets captured by his enemies. Pallava spy Somathithan and the Holy Saint Arul Nandhi Adigal perform several bold adventures to rescue Manavarman. Manavarman realizes that both the spy and the Saint seem to have a deep influence in the royal politics of the Pallava kingdom. However the enemies of the Pallavas wish to form allies with Manavarman. Did Manavarman reunite with the Pallava King Narasimhavarman? What was the role performed by the spy and the Saint in Manavarman life? Did Manavarman regain his kingdom in Ceylon? Flip the pages and dive in to the journey as faced by Manavarman to find the answers for these questions


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Set in the period between 630-668 AD, An adventurous historical fiction based on the loyal friendship that existed between the Ceylon Prince Manavarman and the Great Pallava King Narasimhavarman-I who assisted Manavarman to regain his kingdom in Ceylon. The Pallava kingdom was slowly recovering from the loss incurred in their last battle with Chalukyas. Though the Pallava Set in the period between 630-668 AD, An adventurous historical fiction based on the loyal friendship that existed between the Ceylon Prince Manavarman and the Great Pallava King Narasimhavarman-I who assisted Manavarman to regain his kingdom in Ceylon. The Pallava kingdom was slowly recovering from the loss incurred in their last battle with Chalukyas. Though the Pallava King Mahendravarman had succeeded in the battle and defeated the Chalukya king Satyacharya Pulikesi, the loss incurred was heavy. After the demise of King Mahendravarman, his son Narasimhavarma Pallava had ascended the throne. He was burdened with huge responsibility to restructure and restore the Pallava Empire from the after effects of the battle. Another war with the Chalukyas seems to be an inevitable one. Adding to these struggles, Narasimhavarma’s attempt to lend his army for regaining the lost kingdom in Ceylon for his friend - the Ceylon Prince Manavarman had also failed. His close friend Manavarman went untraceable. Narasimhavarma was burdened with the delicate responsibility to protect his kingdom from the Chalukyas and he was unable to find the whereabouts of Manavarman. Devastated with the failure faced in the Ceylon battle, Manavarman lost all his hopes. On his way back to the Pallava Kingdom, at an unexpected situation, Manavarman rescues a group of traders from the attack of rogue thieves. He falls in love with a dancer woman Muthunagai who was travelling along with the traders. Manavarman decided to drop all his pursuit, let go of his royal past altogether and lead a normal life with Muthunagai. Manavarman encounters several interesting people on his way back to Pallava Kingdom, a secret Spy of the Pallavas – Somathithan and a Holy Saint ArulNandhi Adigal who possess great magical powers. Unfortunately Manavarman gets captured by his enemies. Pallava spy Somathithan and the Holy Saint Arul Nandhi Adigal perform several bold adventures to rescue Manavarman. Manavarman realizes that both the spy and the Saint seem to have a deep influence in the royal politics of the Pallava kingdom. However the enemies of the Pallavas wish to form allies with Manavarman. Did Manavarman reunite with the Pallava King Narasimhavarman? What was the role performed by the spy and the Saint in Manavarman life? Did Manavarman regain his kingdom in Ceylon? Flip the pages and dive in to the journey as faced by Manavarman to find the answers for these questions

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