Chanakya’s Chant is about the existence of Chanakya in both the old Bharat and the Modern India. The book is a historical spine chiller which looks into whether Chanakya’s chant will work again as it did before.
Summary of the Book
In 340 BC a young Brahmin who is being hunted is haunted by the gruesome murder of his father and has sworn to take revenge. In his state of mind he turns out to be a leader who is cold and cruel and is armed with the absence of any kind of morality. He decides to eliminate the demigod: Alexander the Great and is successful in his mission to do so. He is known in history as the famous strategist Chanakya.
History repeats itself and Chanakya is born again after two millennia. Modern India is in the same state as ancient India in terms of class, hatred corruption and politics. Whether Chanakya’s Chant will work again is the real question.
About the Author
Ashwin Sanghi is an entrepreneur by day and a novelist by night. He has done his MBA in finance from the Yale School of Management. His first book was The Rozabal Line.
Thrilling and quite unputdownable
18 Jan, 2012
400 pages of bull
3 Aug, 2012
10 Oct, 2011
Really a tiresome book .. disappointing
6 Oct, 2011
3 Oct, 2011
Waste of time - just riding on the name of Chanakya
20 Aug, 2011
9 Jan, 2012
1 Jul, 2012
Nice one time read... thats it!
20 Jun, 2012
Dont waste your time!
18 Dec, 2011