The Fisher Queen's Dynasty

The Fisher Queen s Dynasty I learnt to love like a man to love without feelings And I shall never forget this lesson Matsyagandha Daseyi Yojanagandha the queen of Hastinapur Satyavati Abandoned as a baby preyed on by a rish

  • Title: The Fisher Queen's Dynasty
  • Author: Kavita Kané
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  • Page: 277
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  • I learnt to love like a man to love without feelings And I shall never forget this lesson Matsyagandha, Daseyi, Yojanagandha the queen of Hastinapur, Satyavati Abandoned as a baby, preyed on by a rishi, she hardens herself, determined that the next time she is with a man, she will be the one to win And win she does the throne of Hastinapur for herself, and the prom I learnt to love like a man to love without feelings And I shall never forget this lesson Matsyagandha, Daseyi, Yojanagandha the queen of Hastinapur, Satyavati Abandoned as a baby, preyed on by a rishi, she hardens herself, determined that the next time she is with a man, she will be the one to win And win she does the throne of Hastinapur for herself, and the promise that her sons will be heirs to the kingdom But at what cost In a palace where she is disdained and scorned, Satyavati must set aside her own loss and pain if she is to play the game of politics She learns to be ruthless, unscrupulous traits that estrange her from everyone around Everyone, except the man she cheated of his birthright.A piercing, insightful look at the grand matriarch of the Kuru family, the woman who set off the sequence of events that ended in the bloody battle of Kurukshetra, The Fisher Queen s Dynasty will re align your reading of the Mahabharata.

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    About “Kavita Kané”

    1. Kavita Kané

      A senior journalist with a career of over two decades, which includes working for Magna publication and DNA, she quit her job as Assistant Editor of Times of India to devote herself as a full time author A self styled aficionado of cinema and theatre and sufficiently armed with a post graduate degree in English Literature and Mass Communication from the University of Pune, the only skill she knows, she candidly confesses, is writing Karna s Wife her debut novel, 2013 was a bestseller Her second novel Sita s Sister 2014 also deals with another enigmatic personality Urmila, probably the most overlooked character in the Ramayan Menaka s Choice 2015 ,another best seller, is about the famous apsara and her infamous liaison with Vishwamitra the man she was sent to destroy Lanka s Princess 2016 is her fourth book based on Ravan s sister, Surpanakha, the Princess of Lanka who was also its destroyerBorn in Mumbai, a childhood spent largely in Patna and Delhi , Kavita currently lives in Pune with her mariner husband Prakash and two daughters Kimaya and Amiya with Chic the black cocker spaniel and Cotton the white, curious cat.

    620 thoughts on “The Fisher Queen's Dynasty”

    1. “If you want to see the brave, look at those who can forgive. If you want to see the heroic, look at those who can love in return for hatred.”----Krishna DharmaKavita Kané, an Indian bestselling author, has penned an inspiring and extremely compelling mythological tale inspired from the characters from the Indian epic mythology, Mahabharata in her new book called, The Fisher Queen's Dynasty that revolves around two key protagonists, one ordinary woman, denied of her royal birth-right who gr [...]


    2. Satyavati was an ambitious, head-strong queen of Hastinapur, who always made wrong choices to survive in the race for the throne.Satyavati was an insecure, cunning and shrewd administrator. Born a princess, she was brought up as a fisher-woman, she craves for best-catches ever-since her birth. Entire Hastinapur dances to her tune after she marries Shantanu.She manipulates the people around her, trying to plaster the grave mistake she committed against Bhishm. None of her schemes could hide the d [...]


    3. Kavita Kane is known for her unique writing style and uncovering the lesser known female characters of the Indian mythology. These women characters are strong but never had come to light. Kavita introducing them to her readers and giving them a chance to decide their role in the tales widely read. She is a bestselling author and her every book has female characters comes from epic tales of Mahabharata and Ramayana.The Fisher Queens Dynasty is a story of Satyavati, Kali, Matsygandha, the queen of [...]


    4. The Fisher Queen's Dynasty by Kavita was the second book which I read after Lanka's Princess and before starting reading this book I was very excited and it didn't disappoint me. I am a story buff and I love to read and hear mythological stories. I have heard, read and seen Mahabharata a lot but never thought about Satyawati so much and this is what I love about mythology fiction queen Kavita Kané that she picks up female protagonist which are not so much discussed.The Fisher Queen's Dynasty re [...]


    5. It is a challenging task to write, when the story is known yet making the readers to keep reading. In this regard I really appreciate the task taken up by the writer to write about Satyavati. Well written book. The narration is interesting.


    6. I had read Lanka’s Princess a while back and it was one of the better mythology writings in our country that I had come across since Amish Tripathi. However, something changed this time when I picked up ‘The Fisher Queen’s Dynasty’. I was irritated throughout the book at various aspects of but I still wanted to know how the story proceeded since I am not much aware of Mahabharata. I did not like the book much but now I know something more about the epic series and what led to the war. Is [...]


    7. "I've learned how to love like a man - without feelings" is a one liner that defines one of the protagonists who endures rejection and humiliation only to become a strong, powerful, selfish, wicked and a selfish queen.The other protagonist is a handsome young prince, who in every way qualifies to be a king and is the true heir to the throne to Hastinapur, but he sacrifices away his chance to become the king in order to fulfill his father's romantic wishes to marry a fisher-girl.This very fast pa [...]


    8. Read the complete review here meotherwise/fisher-queWith a fast paced narration, the book gives insights into some lesser known facts of the Mahabharata. Simple characterization, yet unraveling the different shades of the human personality, the story compels you to read on. A gradual progression of Satyavati from a young girl to a woman, a journey that makes you sigh and grieve. I also loved the description of Bhishma- a key person in her life. Bhishma, the son of Ganga, is intelligent, and a ha [...]


    9. A very significant part of Mahabharata which is largely ignored is written beautifully in this book. The book speaks of Satyavati - the great grandmother of Pandavas and Kauravas - and how she was selfish yet determined to have her blood running through the crown she tactfully acquires. The way Kavita Kane writes, leaves you thinking whether the actions of these characters were right or wrong. She brings life in the characters and by the time you finish this book, the gripping story line along w [...]


    10. She has done it again!!! Five bestsellers in five consecutive years. Kavita kane ‘ you are a Master story teller. Same story,same characters yet i feel i am reading it fr d first time. Fascinating,extremely intricate in expressing d emotions of Satyavati. U made me hate her,love her and admire her at same time. Wish d book would never end. Had a great time reading it.






    11. I read the first two chapters of this book when I was in a bookstore, and then I bought it as a birthday gift. This book is just - it left me speechless. This story is about Satyavati, the Grand Martriach of the Kuru Dynasty - a girl denied her rightful birthright, brought up under the care of a fisherman - a girl who rose from rags to riches. The story, the plot is powerful and gripping, showing the steel determination and self-pride of Satyavati, her emotions, her ambitions and her skills to m [...]



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