Is war something that we humans can do without?
What makes us so weak that we have to conform to something as gruesome as war?
Oh! Radheya is a fictitious take on the Mahabharata, where Karna poses questions about the Kurukshetra war that hold true even today. Lose yourself in a story that talks about love, friendship and battle, while giving you a fresh perspective on the Mahabharata and its characters.
Padmakshan Mundachali is a journalist who writes on international taxation, corporate crimes, black money, and a host of other subjects, in national and international publications. His last job as a journalist was with The Economic Times. He did critical work to bring to the nation’s focus the issue of black money, its size, generation and the threat it poses to the security of the country’s economy. Mr. Mundachali was also a recipient of the Certificate of Honour (Redink Awards) presented by The Press Club Mumbai in 2014 in ''recognition of an outstanding piece of journalism and the effort to put together a story of high calibre under Business News.'' Born and educated in Kerala.
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