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The Shiva Trilogy is the collection the best selling books The Immortals of Meluha , The Secert of the Nagas and The Oath Of the Vayuputras written by Amish. BC: the once-proud Suryavanshi rulers of the Meluha Empire are in dire peril. The empire's primary river, the Saraswathi, is slowly drying up. There are. As of today we have 78,, eBooks for you to download for free. No annoying ads, no The Oath of the Vayuputras: Shiva Trilogy. Pages··


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Similar Free eBooks 'The Immortals of Meluha sees Lord Shiva and his intriguing life with a Just how much Shiva rocks the imagination is made Im. There Is No Preview Available For This Item. This item does not appear to have any files that can be experienced on resourceone.info The Immortals of Meluha. Shiva Trilogy (Series). Book 1. Amish Tripathi Author ( ). cover image of The Secret of the Nagas.

The Meluhans, while just entering the bronze age, seem to have very sophisticated knowledge of medicine and chemistry. They understand anti-oxidants, for instance.

They don't have gun powder or even crossbows, but there is some reference to divine weapons that could even be nuclear. I'm going to read the next book.

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I'm interested in where this is going. The fascinating start of the Shiva trilogy that keeps you going until you "unfortunately" reach the end and you wonder why you did not get 2 book! Not only a very addictive thriller, but so well done with Indian philosophy, geography etc The writing style is very flowery and very Indian and flavorful even though sometimes you read a discrepancy between the old times when it takes place and the current language that we hear nowadays.

But you take to it. The heroes become YOUR heroes and friends, you understand the choices they are confronted with and you have no other way but think about your own life and own choices in your own world and time. This is very well done. And I would actually recommend it to all those who study yoga, Indian civilization and culture because this comes out of this culture.

Even those who are tickled by a natural curiosity about India may want to delve into this trilogy.

Enjoy with all your heart! Loved it. As someone said earlier When I started reading initial chapters..

I kind of hated it. The language and sentences used were very obvious and boring. Also as author tried to narrate Indian mythology in modern context you find it hard to accept the story. We Indians have heard mythology in older context and this is something contradicting and sound absurd.

For Example.. Gods are suppose to know everything However in 2nd half the book picks up very well There are few parts of story that really touch heart. Many very good examples where author integrated mythological beliefs into story and explained old myths in scientific way.

Like concept of Soma Rass. Advance readers might find story telling bit weak Loved the way Rama character was describes. But very corny and tacky writing. Great Idea! But very corny and tacky writing! Giving two stars for just the idea. The book would have been good if the writing was not so mediocre and full of cliches. Acesse a Amazon. Amazon Web Services.

CNPJ Formas de pagamento aceitas: Page Flip: Habilitado Leitor de tela: Hearing this, Shiva is dumbfounded and utterly distressed. With Sati he visits the famous Ram temple of Ayodhya , the capital of Swadweep. There he has a philosophical discussion with the priest about his karma, fate and his choices in life, which would guide him in future.

As Shiva comes out of the temple, he notices Sati being stalked by a Naga near a tree. Characters and locations[ edit ] Tripathi believes "Myths are nothing but jumbled memories of a true past. A past buried under mounds of earth and ignorance. He is a Tibetan immigrant to Meluha and the chief of the Guna tribe. On arriving in Meluha and consuming the Somras, his throat turns blue making him the Neelkanth of the Meluhan legend, which speaks of the appearance of Neelkanth as a destroyer of evil.

The Meluhans end up believing that Shiva would be their saviour against evil. Shiva falls in love with her but cannot marry her because of a law that considers her to be a Vikarma , an untouchable. Vikarmas are people who bear misfortunes in this life due to sins of their past births. She is a skilled swords-woman and is very brave since childhood.

Nandi — A captain in the Meluhan army.

A loyal devotee of Shiva, who is often considered for his opinion and suggestions by Shiva. He was later renamed as Veer Bhadra, a title earned by once defeating a tiger single-handedly. Brahaspati — The chief Meluhan scientist who becomes Shiva's good friend.

Though he does not believe the legend of the Neelkanth, he believes that Shiva is capable of taking Meluha to its new glory. He eventually becomes an avid follower of Shiva as he realizes that Shiva could actually lead them to victory and finish Lord Ram's Unfinished Task. He is a good follower of Lord Ram. She is the first to realize that Shiva is the "Neelkanth", their savior. Traditionally the Chandravanshis and Suryavanshis are enemies.

They are extremely skilled warriors. It also includes parts of eastern Afghanistan. Swadweep — The empire of the Chandravanshis, also known as the island of the individual. Characters and locations are per the books from the series and from the official website. It sort of just crept up on me. Slowly, first the philosophies, and then the story to convey the philosophies.

This experience has changed me. My outlook to life. My attitude. And my belief in God.

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Ultimately he decided to take the spiritual route. He started reading on the different philosophies and the Indian mythologies. In the program they learned that in ancient Persia, demons were known as Daeva a term reserved for the Gods in Indian mythology , and angels were called Asuras a term reserved for demons in Indian mythology. Tripathi added, "It set me thinking that this was exact opposite of our Vedic etymology where evil was Asura and gods were Devas.

It struck me that if the two civilizations were to confront each other, they would be at stark odds and calling each other evil. Once he started to write a book about Shiva, he decided to base it on some fundamental beliefs of his.

It was their deeds in the human life that made them famous as Gods. Tripathi's grandfather was a pundit and his parents are avid readers of Indian mythology, hence he found it easy to trust what he had heard from his parents and grandparents, and relied on them for the stories in the novel. Around this time, Tripathi's wife suggested an alternative.

She asked him not to control the fate of his characters beforehand, but let the plot develop on its own. Tripathi applied these suggestions and the result was a smoother outflow. The manuscript for The Immortals of Meluha got rejected by 35 to 40 publication houses. I was a finance guy and a staunch believer in digital marketing that has a better reach in the books market.

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It actually puts up a conversation rather than a two-minute wire on the same. He put up the entire first chapter of The Immortals of Meluha as a digital download from his website, so that the readers would get interested.

With the help of his musician friend Taufiq Qureshi , he launched a live-action trailer film on YouTube and built an online community in Facebook and Twitter , surrounding the video, to further hold the reader's interest.

Hence Pusalkar chose to just portray the back profile of Shiva, standing in front of a huge lake. Since Pusalkar had never designed any book covers before, she felt that the task was more daunting for her, and explained "Shiva is a human of flesh and blood, he is not a God.He targeted social media websites for promoting his debut novel, and made a trailer film with a background score reportedly by Taufiq Qureshi and uploaded it on YouTube.

The heroes become YOUR heroes and friends, you understand the choices they are confronted with and you have no other way but think about your own life and own choices in your own world and time. This is certainly possible in India because smart phones are growing here. Page Flip: Ultimately Shiva wins her heart and even though the Vikarma rule prohibits them from doing so, an enraged Shiva vows to dissolve it and marries Sati.

In the earlier books of the trilogy, Shiva finds out that the Nagas are not his enemies and joins hands Fortunately, the first two books sold for Rs. Was the music monetised? Enjoy with all your heart! His marketing skills and strategies have been widely credited for the success of his novels.