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Bahubali - A Review

Bahubali released to theatres a week ago, on 10th July. The films marketers claimed this to be the biggest Indian movie to date – in terms of cost, in terms of distribution and in terms of scale. 700 more words


Scion of Ikshavaku(Ramachandra series #1) by Amish Tripathi - Review

Ram Rajya. The Perfect Land. But perfection has a price. He paid that price.

Ayodhya is weakened by divisions. A terrible war has taken its toll. 1,074 more words


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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Inglorious Immortals - a fictional story set in the mid of Mahabhartha war

“My father is a coward” ,this particular sentence is the very reason which put me a spear and shield in my hands .But my conscience always reminds me that i got a better reason ,” My grand father is a hero” .This was a truth once believed and now buried . 1,473 more words


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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