Sudhakar Shukla, a retired school teacher, has written this biographical novel. He is a prolific author. Forty stories as well as eight novels are to his credit. His novels are mainly based on the sources from the great Indian epics like The Ramayana, The Mahabharat and the Puranas. The novels like Vishwamitra, Gangeya, Ashwatthama, Mahamantri Vidura are much more than old wine in new bottle. The Summary - The novel begins with the self - introduction by Parashuram. He tells us about his parents and grandparents, the early childhood days in the hermitage, his studies of the Vedas and rituals, his training of archery (Dhanurvidya), weapons and traditional missiles under the able guidance of Kashyapaishi. The novel gathers momentum when he observes penance and is blessed with Parashu by the grace of Ganesha, Shivadhanushya by Shiva and Vaishnav Dhanushya by Richik rishi. Parashuram, being a Brahman by birth but having the mindset of Kshatriya is unhappy with the situation around him. He vows to bring about social justice, peace and harmony. He raises his parashu (the deadly axe that kills instantly) against the Kings who are cruel and arrogant. He kills Sahasraarjun for the robbery of Kamdhenu. But the protects and supports the Nobel kings like Dasharatha and Janaka. In the course of revenge and counter revenge the merciless killing of his father, Jamadgni, takes place and Renuka follows him as 'SATI' After his landslide victory, Parashuram creates a new land called Aparant Bhumi (Konkan). He gets the barren land cultivated by the families of 96 kulas and rehabitates them there. He also creates the holy places like Valukeshwar, Mahalasa, Shanta Durga and Kanyakumari. After completing his mission, Parashuram, marches towards the Mahendra hills never to returm.