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This stunning epic-like fiction book covers a story of Chandra and Tara, whose descendants ruled India. Buddha, the son of Chandra and Tara, was a progenitor of Chandravanshi kings. Except for a few, most of the kings mentioned in the oldest book, Rigveda were their descendants. The story of Tara—wife of Brihaspati who eloped with Chandra and conceived his seed to produce progenitor of Chandravansh, who ruled India for thousands of years—is interesting to the readers. Pururava, son of Buddha and Ila and the first Chandravanshi, emerged as the most powerful king at Pratisthan who protected Devas from Asuras. This is a story of courage, adventure, and the bravery of Vaivaswat Manu—the creator of Aryavart, giver of social and religious laws—the Manusmriti, and his journey to establish the kingdoms of the Aryans to spread the Vedic culture. The author’s pure intention is to present an image of prehistory in a form of a fictional story. The Puranic facts are not distorted, but the gaps are logically dramatized so that the readers develop an imagination of a branch of the Aryan’s world that existed after the great flood.