Mohini: The Enchantress by Anuja Chandramouli

Mohini: The Enchantress is a work of mythological fiction by Anuja Chandramouli. The book has been published by Rupa Publications and is available to the readers from today, 24th July 2020. The book intends to bring back a poignant LGBTQ character into the mainstream consciousness that was obliterated in Indian mythology.

You can read more about the book here:

Elusive as a fragment of a forgotten dream, fragile as a figment from fantasy, Mohini is perfection made possible.

Distilled from the essence of Vishnu, Mohini the Enchantress is a part of him, and yet she revels in the autonomy and extraordinary powers of beauty, magic and enchantment that are hers to wield. She is loved and desired by all in existence and yet, she is elusive—a tantalizing temptress, traipsing her way across the topsy-turvy terrain of fable and myth.

Mohini’s meandering path will see her in the thick of things as the Devas and Asuras try to get their hands on Amrita—the nectar of immortality, blunder into a love triangle that will spark a bloody war, fulfill the last wish of a dead hero, and traipse into a romantic tryst with Mahadeva. She also becomes the mother of Shastha, a beacon of hope for all who are considered oddities by a spiteful society that recognizes only two genders.

Set against the tumult and intrigue of a celestial quest for immortality, Anuja Chandramouli brings the extraordinary saga of Mohini to vivid life. She takes the reader on a dizzying ride through the shifting sands of time, expertly navigating the quagmire of gender, love, lust, and desire, deftly untangling the threads of tall tales and terrible truths while spinning a deliciously entertaining yarn for the ages.

About the author

Anuja Chandramouli is a bestselling Indian author and new-age Indian classicist widely regarded as one of the finest writers in mythology, historical fiction, and fantasy. She followed up her highly acclaimed debut novel, Arjuna: Saga of a Pandava Warrior-Prince, which was named as one of the top five sellers in the Indian writing category for the year 2012 by Amazon India, with Kamadeva: The God of Desire, Shakti: The Divine Feminine, Yama’s Lieutenant and its sequel, Yama’s Lieutenant and the Stone Witch. Her articles, short stories, and book reviews appear in various publications.

An accomplished TEDx speaker and storyteller, Anuja Chandramouli regularly conducts workshops on creative writing, mythology, and empowerment in schools and colleges across the country. She is also a student of classical dance and yoga.

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