The author has a different motivation and reason to write this book. He has written the book to change in the mindset of Indian society and young hearts along with entertainment. It will help them to have a positive intention and direction in life. It is written on a real love story of an engineering student that began from a beautiful historical place, Kolkata Museum. The story has many critics such as internal communal bias.
Beyond the classification of the Indian iconography some sculptures are not properly accounted and neglected as unimportance. That insisted the Author to
reflect in “The Unknown Iconography of India”. The Author has broken the barrier of the
Neolithic era and has crossed the line yonder that. Out of four classification of
iconography the Author has created a new classification of iconography as the Ancient
Iconography of India by including Ekapāda Bhairava of Bhairon Pāhād of Ghudar in the
district of Balangir, Odisha and the iconography of Lord Jagannath of Puri, Odisha and
have fixed the date circa C. 9000 B.C.-7000 B.C.; may be much more back to the era of
Rāmāyana. Ekapāda Bhairava of Bhairon Pāhād is the only and unique Ekapāda Bhairava
sculpture of India where Bhairon Pāhād was an epicenter of the Tantric rituals. “The
Unknown Iconography of India” shall compel the scholars to think over for its
“The book presented a pragmatic effort based on the background of the Indian National
Movement, the ideological dimensions of the national movement and important chapters such
as colonial character, communalism and secularism, Democratic values, socialism, cultural
values, Industry and Agriculture. The perspective of this book is very broad. Various
concepts, events and struggles of great leaders are the salient features of the Indian National
Movement. The duration of which has been influencing Indian public life from 1885 to 1947.
A description of India’s liberal, extremist and Gandhian age has been included in this book.”
Vikarn is such a character of Mahabharata, who, in spite of following the path of Dharma, kept on longing for his recognition for thousands of years only for being a Kaurava. The aim of the writer is to ensure him his most deserving honour through this book. The lovers of literature and all others should read this book at least once to learn a lesson from the life of Vikarn, that in what way immortality can be imparted to life following the path of Duty even in the difficult circumstances of life. While reading this book you will certainly get the lively feeling of the battle of Mahabharata.