In an ancient age, when gods and mortals walked the earth together.
A mysterious prophecy resounds for all to hear, and the +bewitchingly beautiful princess Draupati arises from a sacred fire.
Draupadi is in love with Arjuna, the Pandava prince. But fate weaves a strange story and she finds herself wedded to five men Arjuna and his four Pandava Brother. Draupadi’s life is complicated further by the kauravas, her husbands’ evious cousins, who try everything in their power to harm her and the Pandavas.
As Draupadi’s terrible destiny begins to unfold, she is reduced from war looms ahead. Her only comfort is her friend, Krishna.
Will the impulsive Draupadi brave the humiliation destiny has written for her? Must she lose everything she has loved?
Adapted from the ancient Indian epic Mahabharata, this is the story of an astonishingly outspoken woman, abandoned at every turn, and forced to make the difficult choice between revenge and compassion.
Since she can remember, Saraswati has been love with words. As a child, her appetite for books was insatiable. She took to writing as a young girl, planning her first book when she ten years old, though she only managed one chapter back then. She wrote plays, stories, and poems through high school and college.
Saraswati is also an educator who believes in fun classrooms and joyful learning. All the children she teaches and meets inspire her to retell old stories and make up magical new ones.
Other than writing she adores dancing, animals, and the colour purple.
A bit of a world traveler, Saraswati has lived in Dubai, Delhi, and Fairfield, lowa. She currently spends her time between mystical India and Beautiful South Africa.
In Vedic lore, Saraswati is the serene goddess of speech, art, and wisdom. Saraswati is very glad to be named after her.
Saraswati’s first published work, the compfire graphic novel Sita: Daughter of the Earth, was the first Indian Mythological graphic novel to be shortlisted for the Stan Lee Excelsior Award (2012).
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