“We have been living together happily without conflicts here, you are very welcome”, said the girl that they called Enco. “But wherever I have been to, I only found rejection and failure”, said Dou, the frail looking boy. “He must… Read More ›
Journeying through darkness, in a world that seems upside down Straining every moment, to seek victory against mud and stone
This story takes place at a time when sea exploration was done on traditional sailing ships driven by the rowing power of men assisted by wind, driving the huge sails. Merchandise via sea was common, although risk prone.
The King of Himapura lost his eldest son in the battle with the beast. The beast also left the kingdom in tatters and went back into the deep forests in the mountains that surrounded Himapura.
A long time ago, near the banks of river Godavari and cuddled between the beautiful Papi hills was a small village by name Kummaripalle (Village of the Potters). The village people were very friendly with each other