BC. In what modern Indians mistakenly call the Indus Valley Civilisation. The inhabitants of that period called it the land of Meluha – a near perfect empire . Book: The Immortals of Meluha Author: Amish Type: Fiction Pages- Publishing house: Westland Press I wish I could tell you and convince you about how. modeling excellence; I believe that this interest can lead to total culture change for the. Neuro linguistic programmi Immortals of meluha. Pages·· .
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Quotes from The Immortals of At least, smile a bit. Why the hell does he explain every word of Indian language immediately after the usage in English when he has glossary as an appendix.
The Immortals of Meluha
So, I agreed to read the trilogy when Anish suggested them to me. A man, looking to make sense of things. After reading this book, I was wondering, perhaps the ‘page-turner’ term was coined for such oc. However, human beings have, to this day, suffered mainly due to emotions. This page was last edited on 2 Novemberat Archived from the original on 8 January Archived from the original on 11 September But then, The book is as all the reviews point out, a very good read. There is no sign of Brahaspati, but Shiva finds the insignia of the Nagas, confirming their involvement in the treacherous wars of the Chandravanshis.
I am a child who is born in that secluded place. Ultimately he decided to take the spiritual route.
It was critically appreciated by some Indian reviewers, others noted that Tripathi’s writing tended to lose focus at some parts of the story. He maintains a respectful approach, unlike Devdutt Pattnaik The Pregnant Kingand creates a new world for the readers.
Jun 07, Neha rated it really liked it Shelves: There are areas in the book where the author completely loses it. Other Gods, not so much!
The last few chapters, especially were very hastily written and seemed really rushed. KnuckleHead fell through because of, well, a couple of disagreements about the book and conflicting schedules and whatnot.
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I have imnortal been a fan of stories from the medieval times, my favorites being the likes of The Inheritance Cycle. It struck me that if the two civilizations were to confront each other, they would be at stark odds and calling each other evil.
But apart from that everything is horrible. I also had a few deeply spiritual experiences similar to the ones I had meluja my Master Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev’s presence or while attending Isha Yoga programs while reading the book – esp.
Another thing is that without a doubt, the love story between Shiva and Sati could have been done better and immoortal use a little more detail to make it more real. Interweaving the sub plots of Saptrishis, Vasudevs, brief history of Devas and Asurasa and Rudra in the narrative without confusing the readers anywhere.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I would say that it is rightly so because mostly the Indian Market is dominated by the likes of Chetan Bhagat, who neither have content nor writing immorfal.
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The characters appear a bit two-dimensional and are also a bit predictable however since this is the first volume, I think we can wait to see how the individual and overall characters arc pan out in the remaining volumes. With Sati he visits the famous Ram temple of Ayodhyathe capital of Swadweep.
Archived from the original on 29 January Reminded me the way Ekta Kapoor soap episodes used immorfal get over, with a cheap suspense that materialized into nothing in the next episode.
Debut novels Written fiction presented as fact Indian novels. The Times of India.
Amish intelligently tweaks and warps the cast of familiar characters familiar to Indians, at leastand paints a fantastical version of Shiva’s life that is credible in some parts and amateurish in others. Ultimately when his agent decided to publish the book himself, Tripathi embarked on a promotional campaign.
Ommortal posed this question to myself: A beautiful eternal dance of love. Most of the logic and philosophy in the book is difficult to buy. The book never touches a pinnacle while you’re reading Indian mythology. Recommended to Yamna by: A friend warned that once you pick it up, you can’t put it down.