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The Immortals of Meluha by Amish Tripathi
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May 17, 2010

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Mix of Hindu mytholygy and fantasy..Thats all about this book.Written in easy dont need to have too much of vocabulary to understand each line of this book.The book is basically about Lord Siva..the most powerful god in Hindu mytholygy.Amish gives a different aspect of Siva.The novel starts off from where Siva is an ordinary man and ends on how he becomes the great Lord,destroyer of Evil.

The style of story telling, though not unique,is very imaginative and intresting.It keeps you glued to the book.The flow of events depicted is exhilarating.

Still there are some flaws like over use of sentiments and too much of repetition in scenes.There are too much of events where people exchange thank you,sorry or its all right for silly reasons.I felt this was just increase the size of the book.Considering Amish to be a debutante I think we can forgive all these.

Do pick up a copy if you are enchanted by Hindu mythology and if you admire Lord Siva for his power and courage.

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