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The second part 'The Secret Of The Nagas' takes the tale further to the era where Shiva is deemed as a God. But, the evil forces are back to seek revenge. Read the book to experience the feel of the racy and spine chilling adventures that lay ahead.
Summary of the BookThe Secret Of The Nagas and The Immortals Of Meluha are the first two parts of the Shiva trilogy. These books belong to an entirely new genre of Indian novels because of the mythological- fiction theme.
The Immortals of Meluha is set in 1900 BC. This is the story of a man whom legends hailed as God. What modern Indians know as the Indus Valley Civilization was previously known by its residents as the region of Meluha. This was the near perfect civilization built by Lord Ram, who was considered to be one of the greatest monarchs ever lived; until doom befell the kingdom and the Chandravanshis allied up with the gruesome Nagas to attack Meluha mercilessly. All this, until 'the savior', Shiva, comes to the civilization.
Is he really the savior? Can the residents of Meluha avert this tragedy? This is a story of the times when Shiva was a man, who would be later deemed as God. The second book in this series is The Secret of the Nagas, which is set 4000 years after that of The Immortals of Meluha.
The gruesome Naga warrior has assassinated his friend Brahaspati and now haunts his wife Sati. Shiva is the destroyer of evil and he won't rest till he figures out his adversary. This book takes you on an epic journey throughout the entire country as Shiva endlessly tries to trace down the culprit; only to later find out that he has been betrayed by his own advisors.
With the forces of dark manipulating his every move, will Shiva be able to rescue Meluha again? Will he be able to unmask the shrewd puppeteer? This book is filled with unbelievable revelations and mysteries.
Writing StyleAmish unfolds the concept of Karma and reincarnation in his books with succinct ease. His style of penning down instances is gripping and makes a compelling read. The depiction of Shiva's intoxicating dumru and chillum is spine chilling and gives you a taste of his intensity.
About Amish TripathiAmish Tripathi is an Indian author from the city of Mumbai. He is an alumnus of the reputed Indian Institute of Management, Kolkata. Tripathi always wanted to be a historian and is also interested in mythology and philosophy.
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Dec 16, 2011
One of the bestThe shiva trilogy is one of the best books I have read. As the reviews of the book says "A definite page turner". When u start reading it u wont even knew when u reached the next page. The story is so paced that its not too fast nor too slow, just right that u ll keep on reading and end up cursing everyone who interrupts u.
Oct 24, 2011
Great Service, Refreshing ReadFirst things first, Flipkart is awesome... It was my first order from FK and with the safety net of COD. The books came in 2 days, all nicely packed. Now I buy more regularly with prepayment options.
Apr 17, 2012
Where angels fear to treadThe author deserves to be congratulated for a brilliant exposition of one of the basic truths of spirituality while charting an independent route away from the mythical path.
devesh nath tripathi
Mar 12, 2012
awesome flowDear all, Earlier When I chose these two books to read I was a little skeptical of Lord Shiva being personified. However to decipher a truth one has to go through it, this thinking compelled me read these books though reluctantly. As I proceeded my journey I was simply awestruck with the flow of thoughts and amazing use of philosophy, Ancient history, history, geography,science, military science, mythology etc. I am sure author or some of his family member is/was connected to our proud Armed Forces. actually after reading about 50 pages i started listening to it and such is the narrative power… (Expand)
Feb 9, 2012
Bhoom Shiva!In college my grass head bong (bengali for those who don't know) friends used to reverentially call on the name of Shiva before sucking in on weed. I found it kind of funny and thought it was some crutch to legitimacy for smoking pot.
Apr 14, 2012
UnfortunateMisguided by all the great reviews I picked up 'The Immortals Of Meluha' but by the time I read half of the book I had cursed myself more than 50 times. Disgraceful write-up, poor English, the book made me critical of the new genre of Indian authors.
Jun 15, 2012
Repetitve and ChildishThe plot is simple, a man from nowhere is destined to save a group of well organized people who have trouble from a group of deformed people. The first book deals with how the suryavanshi people defeat the evil Chandravanshi people, who happen to be "not evil" in the end. After reading the whole book and getting to know that what was true in the first chapter is false in the end is so pathetic. The only good thing about the book is we get to know a lot from the hindu mythology.
Nov 16, 2012
the master of all page turnersonce you've got a hold of the book....the book gets a hold on you!!!
Sep 17, 2012
" THE CREATOR AND THE DESTROYER-LORD SHIVA "It's really a one of the best book to read and offcourse an intresting one as well.It definitely makes you to read it again and again, its because of its beauty and how a common person/warrior become a god.
Aug 22, 2012
Good resurfaced fictionA good story, which is best read; out of the actual puranic context.Because a lot of changes with regards to timeline, story, characters...etc are done in this manifesto. People who read this book please enjoy the story alone and please dont conceive this as the ultimate explanation of 3500 years old puraNa. There is a lot of difference between the original and this one. So just read it as another story and I promise u'll never stop once started reading.