Near The Sands Of Vishwambara (Unedited)
Highest Ranking #2
Previously titled Rising From The Ashes
"The flames leapt providing massive illumination though it seemed pitch dark for them. Their auras usually more radiant than the fiery blaze, didn't have its usual dazzle. At different faces of the same coin they stood, unknown to each other, not knowing that a simple flip can change what is in view. Evil need not be evil, nor good has to be good. At either sides of the holy river Vishwambara they stood pledging revenge. A promise made to ruin evil and disrupt its very roots. But is evil, actually evil?"
Treachery deceit and betrayal is as vital as oxygen to fulfil the destiny of the victorious
The empire of India, a perfect blend of cultures, traditions and eternal bliss captures the heart of every soul setting feet on its lands. And being born and brought up with the blood of their motherland roaming in their veins Ashwarth and Svaksha posses a very special place for their India in their hearts.
With its extreme eloquence, this region being predominantly ruled by two dynasties who are at anything but peace with each other is scarred by many eyes. Foreign invasions, were a thing easily handled but it is more difficult to control the battle which ranges within.
Follow the flow of the mighty Vishwambara, from places where deceit has to be added as a daily dose with food and oxygen to survive and to places where one is ready to succumb to death to prove their loyalty. The land of India where you never know who is going to stab you next, finds its destiny rewritten by its prospective rulers.
But the fate of the victorious is written with the blood of the vanquished, isn't it? And the suppressed are either extremely right or entirely wrong. What if they are actual humans like us, who are neither the plastic models of extreme righteousness nor the pitch black epitomes of pure evil?
There sure is difference between your evil and mine, isn't it?
Cover credits: @All_AboutAssymetry