The Immortals of Meluha
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5

Awesome book and other top books

There are few authors in India who write exceptionally well. Amish is one of those. I am a vivid reader and read almost all the books that come my way. This stands fifth.

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5. The immortals of Melhua- Amish Tripathi
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Reema

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Good story poorly written

Amish Tripathi weaves a splendid but totally fictional & fantasised account of Shiva's traivails.

For the folks looking for Lord Shiva's mythologicaly accurate chronical would feel frustrated. This book is certainly not for the purists; they should explore authetic SHIVA PURAN for that goal.

This is a fabricated, but very well conceptualised story, weaving together the history(Indus Valley Civilization), geaography ( North Indian plains above the Vindhayas) & mythology; it still is a fantas...
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N K Bala

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Nov, 2011

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Great Book on Shiva... nicely written...!!!!

Amish has done a well work on Indian Mythology. One should read this book if he\she is interested in Ancient History of India. He has done some great research on Shiva and presented here... Like "HAR HAR MAHADEV" means every one is mahadev... I read it on the go... hope you find this review helpful...
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Ankur

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Readers and Reviewers....

Hey ppl who are writing the review comments, the author has clearly mentioned that the book is work of fiction. I hope ppl understand what fiction means. He has used the concepts of mythology and religious beliefs to mould it into a triology. he doesnot claim that what he writes in the book has been happend the same way. I request the readers to read with an open mind, just enjoy the emotions in the book. Wat u believe abt ancient India is ur belief and the author is not claiming that it is w...
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Rahul Bhurat

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HAR HAR MAHADEV

Amazing Book to read , while reading it takes us with its flow , feels like its a movie. Excellenty written . This was my first book from flipkart and the delivery was quick.
I think a TV SERIES on this Book and its sequel The Secret Of The Nagas will be a great hit.
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Ameya Harde

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Apr, 2012

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Awesome

This book is amazing!
If you are a beginner in reading then you should definitely read this because it will interest you to read and inspire you to read more books.
I loved this book it's so well written.
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Rajesh Dobariya

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Terrific purchase

I'm glad to have bought this book on Flipkart. The delivery was on time and the book has arrived in a good condition. From the cover to the quality of paper , it is outstanding. Fully satisfied with this purchase.
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Dec, 2019

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Truth or Myth

First of all, I'd like to convey the readers of my review that I haven't read this book. I'm writing this only because I feel that some of the content posted by other reviewers was offensive to the "Great Indian History".

1. Only a person who has complete knowledge of Indian History is allowed to "certify" something as Myth.

2. One of the reviewers has mentioned that there is no mention of Rama in vedas. I think he is the author of those vedas.
Vedas start with 'Harihi om'. I can explain th...
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Narasimha Sharma

Nov, 2011

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Three Star : Read only for the plot!

If you haven't read this book already, then the question is why does one read a book? Rarely to improve language these days, often times to while away time. In which case this book is a good page turner. It is partly blasphemous, but has a good plot. The language is awful. No two ways about it. Tripathi uses original sanskrit words where they are not needed, uses modern hindi slang. There is no authenticity that one might expect (if you have , for example, read Herman Hesse's Siddhartha). Its...
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S Singh

Dec, 2011

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Party spoiler is here!

There are books which are written for reading and then there are books which are written for movie making. This one falls in the latter category. Reads like a movie script.

A far better work could have been written when your central character is one of the strongest characters in Hindu mythology. The author takes Lord Shiva and reduces him to the level of a hollywood movie actor or even worse.

If you think chetan bhagat deserves a man booker award then you may recommend this for a nobel i...
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Amit

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