1. Nice review Nupur.
    I have both Immortals of Meluha and Secret of the Nagas. Am eagerly waiting for the last- Oath of the Vayuputras.
    I liked the flow of logic in the book. What I mean is , we never question anything. for ex: Shiva chops off Ganesha’s head, replaces it with an elephants head and breathes life into him. or Kunti chants 4 different ‘mantras’ and is ‘granted’ a child… hello people! we all know how that works, don’t we?
    So in contrast, this book is such a wonderful change! It is a good read 🙂

  2. Hi Nupur, I followed your comment on my blog and pleasantly surprised to find a book review here, made my day :-). I am actually trying to get my hands on this book for a while now.

    Thanks for stopping by at sattvaa.

  3. I heard about this book through friends and was not really convinced that it could hook me like a Ludlum or a Dan Brown novel. But boy was I wrong.
    It is a well-written book with elements of action, adventure and romance, set in a different era- one before the Mahabharath, when science, and religion intermingled and mixed to create unique traditions and cultures.
    The story of Shiva is both believable and beautiful. Get this one.

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