Exclusive: Read Excerpts From Sita: Warrior of Mithila by Amish Tripathi

Through this exclusive agreement with Westland Ltd, Network18 Digital brings you a brand new concept in book publishing! Every day Network18 digital publish a small selection of about 600 words from Amish’s upcoming book, Sita – Mithila Warrior. See those little daily extracts that make up a series until the book launch May 29th But note that this extreme series May 29th Keep these excerpts from every day for the next 13 days will amount to a little less Of 4 chapters, as an aperitif. While the food is in the book! And it will be available May 29th You can pre-book Sita – Mithila Warrior by clicking on the links at the end of this brief summary. Surnaina clearly ignored the beam behind the vulture. Concentrate on the massive bird, which began to unravel a mellow and relaxing melody. The vulture seemed to fade a little. He withdrew his claws. Grunt reduced in volume and intensity.
Sunaina stepped forward. Gently. Little by little. Once she lowered her head and put the bowl of water attached to the birds. Then he backed away too slowly. She spoke in a melodious voice. “I came to help … trust me …”
The stupid beast understands the tone of the human. He complained to drink water, but instead fell to the ground. Sunaina ran and bowed her head to the bird now, caressing softly. The boy, wrapped in a rich cloth of red color with black stripes, weeping desperately. She motioned for a soldier to collect the precious prize while continuing to calm the bird. What a handsome baby, stuck Janak, as he leaned his large rigid frame and approached his wife, his eyes usually as far as but separated full of love and attention.
Janak and Sunaina were sitting in temporarily installed chairs. The baby was sleeping comfortably in Sunaina’s arm, slipped into a soft cotton cloth. A massive umbrella they shade the hot sun. The actual doctor examined the baby and a wound was placed on the right temple with herbs and neem leaves.

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