Acharya Chatursen was born in Chandokh, in the Bulandshahr district of Uttar Pradesh. He was a famous Hindi novelist. Acharya Chatursen's novels are fascinating and emotionally compelling. Most of his writing is based on historical events. His first work was Aabha. His other well-known works include Somnath, Vayam Rakshamah and Vaishali ki Nagarvadhu, among others. This is Acharya Chatursen's most popular novel, which is based on the Ram Katha, but whose protagonist is not Rama but Ravana. In this novel, the author details other aspects of Ravana's personality that made him superior to Rama. According to this book, Ravana devised a new cultural system that would unite the North with the South, which he called the Rakshasanskriti. When Ravana went to Lord Shiva, he described the culture as 'we protect. This is our rakshasanskriti.'