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Scion of Ikshvaku | 1/5

I remember picking up Immortals of Meluha at the airport. The attractive cover coupled with an interesting synopsis had me hooked. Full credit to Amish, the other two books in the series lived up to the promise made in the first installment. 202 more words

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The Immortals of Meluha

The Immortals of Meluha, and indeed the entire Shiva trilogy, had created so much buzz that I honestly feel a bit ashamed to have taken this long to have read just the first book. 714 more words


The Making of a Writer: Amish Tripathi

“The very first time I started writing the Shiva Trilogy, it was met with a very interesting sort of appreciation. My family claimed to *LOVE* it. 939 more words

The Secret of Nagas

As soon as I completed reading “The Immortals of Meluha“, immediately I started to read the sequel “The Secret of Nagas”. The Shiva Trilogy is just so interesting, that I can’t stop the temptation to continue reading it till its end. 658 more words

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The Immortals of Meluha

I used to think that Shiva as a very short-tempered god, after i had heard the Story of Ganesha’s Elephant Head….But this book has really changed my thinking about Shiva… After reading this book, i can really say that Mahadev is a very caring and Kind-hearted god.. 556 more words


Amish Tripathi: What's Next?

Pretty sure you have heard of author Amish Tripathi and his famous Shiva Trilogy. So when Westland Publishing contacted me to help reveal what his next book was going to be about, I jumped in. 98 more words

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Why Can't We Write Our Own Game of Thrones

Well Game of Thrones doesn’t require introduction but a large share of Indian Hollywood movie goers haven’t seen this spectacular HBO TV miniseries. It is a beautiful adaptation of the epic fantasy book the song of Ice and fire written by George R R Martin. 474 more words