Manoshi Sinha Rawal

Manoshi Sinha (Rawal) is a writer by passion and an editor by profession. She was educated at Don Bosco School, Doom Dooma and graduated from Women’s College Tinsukia, Assam. She is a postgraduate in English from the University of Pune.


Her first novel Made for Each Other was published in 2000, followed by The Stigma of Womanhood in 2005. Her third novel, The Eighth Avatar is the first of the Krishn Trilogy series. She has three collaborative authorship projects to her credit – A New Approach to Practical English Grammar, Selected Latest Essays, and DGP English Improvement Course (a best seller).


Manoshi lives in Ghaziabad with her family.


Blue Vanquisher

Books by Manoshi Sinha Rawal

Circa 3216 BCE! The end of Dwapar Yug! The first battle between Krishn and Jarasandh, the king of Magadh, ended in favor of the former. Sixteen more battles followed, one after another, with grander strategies and bigger armies in the outskirts of Mathura. To avert the 18th battle, Krishn did something. What did Krishn do?

The enmity between Krishn and Jarasandh continued. Krishn was anointed king of Dwarka. He encountered Satyabhama, daughter of king Satrajit and queen Padmini of Satrapur, a kingdom near Dwarka. Will Krishn marry Satyabhama? If no, will they ever meet again to realize common goals?

Seventy-three years of twists and turns, one after another, in the life of Krishn! Who did he marry? When did he marry? Did he elope? Did he and his wife maintain celibacy for several years, doing penance in the Himalayas? Was he a one-wife man? How many children did he beget? How was Sudama, his childhood friend, benefited? What about the 16,000 celestial nymphs he freed from Narakasur’s captivity? What was Jarasandh’s fate? How shrewd was Krishn? What role did he play at the nascent stage of the Kurukshetra war? Read Blue Vanquisher to know all of these and more!

Krishn, a true friend, guide, savior, warrior, protector, efficient ruler, and Yogpurush, awaits you…

Krishn Trilogy depicts the story of Krishn from birth to death, delving on every aspect of his life besides refuting the many myths associated with him. The Eighth Avatar (Krishn Trilogy-1) describes Krishn’s journey from birth till the fourteenth year of his life.

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The Eighth Avatar

Books by Manoshi Sinha Rawal

Circa 3230 BCE! Dwapar Yug, the end of the Third Age after Satya Yug and Treta Yug, described in the Purans! It was midnight on Ashtami Tithi in the Hindu lunar month of Bhadrapad, corresponding to August of the Gregorian calendar.

After six of the darkest nights in seven years when all of his six brothers were killed soon after their birth, there came another such night. Entire Mathura mourned with winds howling and dusk giving way to an appalling rainy night. Nature seemed to enlighten one and all about the birth of the eighth child specified in the prophecy. And a God was born on earth as a mortal. Because the rising evil had to be suppressed! He was Krishn. The seventh fetus was transferred to its step-mother’s womb at three months. This fetus, after completion of the gestation period, was born as the elder brother of the God. The incarnation of Sheshnag, the king of all serpents and serpent deities, became the brother of the incarnation of Vishnu!

Fourteen years of twists and turns, one after another, in the life of Krishn! Who were his friends? What games did he play? How did he grow up? When did he start playing the flute? Who was his teacher? How did he become a hero by the time he became a teenager? Did he commandeer an army in the battlefield at fourteen? Who was Radha? Who was she married to?

Krishn awaits you…..

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