The author has a very clear view about what he wants to express through his book. He has tried to understand the reasons behind the legends. His book is not only the story of Ikshavaku, the son of Surya, but also tells us the author’s views on how the Suryavansh might have begun and the Ikshavaku Manav made Aryavarta’s first king.
The book about the unalloyed dreams of the young in the Indian hinterland revolves around cricket. It has been praised by The Hindu, Hindustan Times, The Statesman among other publications. Raheja is one of the few authors in India to combine widespread popularity with critical acclaim.