Aryaveer has always been the shield and amour of Bhupala kingdom, ever since he joined the army. The Pain of betrayal that he nurtures in the heart from his childhood turns him into a strong, brave and ruthless army general.
His life takes a mysterious turn when he falls in love with Meera. A princess by birth, caught in the whirlwind of conspiracies and hunted by many. She tames his aggression and takes his heart away from the war and bloodshed.
In the meanwhile the disappearance of prince Indra, the only heir to the throne of Bhupala kingdom, irks king Mahindra. The ego dented king, hatches a noxious plan to become the emperor of India and entrusts Aryaveer with the duty of executing his plans,
Will Aryaveer once again walk on the war torn path for his king, or will he protect his castle of love from the dark tempest of greed and heartedness?
“I had been trapped in a nightmare for all this year, and then now you came and released me from then cage of a painful sleep”.


“Aryaveer- The Guardian of Dakshin Durgh” is basically about an army general who is loyal to his king and his mother nation. His path suddenly changes when he found a dark soul just like him. She also had faced many troubles during her childhood days. The presence of the princess made him stay away from the blood sheds this changes his heart and mind towards the world too. He fought back the wicked king who made an evil plan to get India under his rule. But he lost in the fight.
The writing in the book is fairly executed just a bit of grammatical glitches in between which can be ignored. I would appreciate the author’s effort for writing this splendid piece of fiction. It’s a must read for book nerds. I bet this book won’t disappoint you.
From our side we give it a 3.5/5 rating 😀


Mary is a writer of Indian origin, born in Ernakulam district of Kerala. Being the daughter of an Army Officer, she has been fortunate enough to explore to experience different vibrant cultures of India.
She is a passionate, optimistic and dedicated individual, who loves to give life to her imagination, through writing.
She is graduate in political science [Hons], from Kolkata University, and hold a B.Ed degree from Tilak Maharashtra University.
“Aryaveer- The Guardian of Dakshin Durgh’ is Mary’s first attempt in novel writing, which finally molded into a good work of fiction, after two years of hard work and perseverance.
A resident of bustling Pune city, when she is not busy writing marry loves to splash some colors on her canvas.

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