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YAKSHA RAJYA

By Aravind V V All Rights Reserved ©

Adventure / Fantasy

PREFACE

Tailer walked up the stairs into the hall and went forward past a door into the veranda. He placed his hands on the wooden parapet which seems to be more than thousand years old; yet seeing its superlative strength Tailer concluded it to be built by some glorious empire. He sighed at the beauty of nature in front of him. It was a beautiful scenery. He could get a good sight of the surrounding from his position as the veranda is protruded outward from the building. In front of him he could see an infinite number of strange yet awesome looking trees which blocked him to see further deep into the forest. To his both side stood a row of some strange tree which stood as if a wall. It has yellow trunk and light green leaves which seems to be glowing. These rows of trees seem to be a natural border! The border to the well-developed land of humans and some mysteries; the mysteries which are seldom known to people. He gazed forward again; the thick forest was glowing, he amazed ‘what type of leaves these trees are having?’. At that time his gaze fell on a plant which is on the ground below the veranda which he is standing. It is having a pentagon shaped red flower head. An attractive butterfly with glowing blue wings that has many patterns in it was resting on it. It is this butterfly which turned tailer’s gaze to the flower. He gazed at it for some moments, and then suddenly a long tongue came and wrapped the butterfly. It tries to resist by fluttering the wings, but was of no use. The tongue took it, the way back to the mouth of a frog.

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