DIORAMA 2022 presents

The Saga of Naravahandatta

Synopsis:

The setting of the stories is India in the 10th and 11th centuries, when the country was made of many small kingdoms and fiefdoms. There was a profusion of monarchs with dynastic ambitions and a desire for territorial aggrandisement. The king was usually advised by an intelligent and devoted Brahman minister. The heir apparent, the crown prince, had a circle of friends, mostly sons of the king’s ministers, who would be incorporated into the cabinet when the prince would become king. Dynastic intrigue was rife, and matrimonial alliances were often a strategy to expand the kingdom, together with befriending tribal communities to win their support. The kings were invariably polygamous and maintained large harems.

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Title: The Saga of Naravahandatta

Author Bio: (Dr.) Surgeon Commander Chandrasekhar Krishnamurti, Indian Navy (Retd) was born on a full moon night on 6th June 1952 in Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu. With his father employed with the Defence Accounts department, he studied in Pune, Meerut, and Kuala Lumpur. Securing national merit rank, Dr. K. C. Sekhar joined the prestigious Armed Forces Medical College in 1969 as a medical cadet and was seconded to the Indian Navy in 1974. He qualified as an anaesthesiologist from Pune University in 1980 and served at various naval hospitals and on board the aircraft carrier INS Viraat. After 22 years of coloured service, he took premature retirement and settled in Visakhapatnam.

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