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Epic Adventure of Shiva, the Destroyer of Tripura (Book 1 of ANCIENTS Series)
Speculative Fiction > Are the Indian and Greek legends about Tripura and Atlantis, really reconstructions about the same prehistoric civilisation during Ice-Age?

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Steph Bennion (stephbennion) | 182 comments It looks very interesting. Is there ebook (epub) version for those of us who don't use Kindles?

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Abhay | 40 comments Really interesting you should make a ebook of it

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M. Vizhakat | 14 comments More about the topic at

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Justin (justinbienvenue) | 2165 comments Nice find Mohan, looks and sounds facinating! Almost ancient aliens like in a way. I dig historical stuff, fiction too.

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M. Vizhakat | 14 comments There are many similarities between the mythologies of various cultures all over the world. An example is the description of Atlantis by Plato and that of Tripura within Indian scriptures. As per Plato, Atlantis was a fantastic city within an Island complex shaped like three concentric circles. Description of Tripura is that of three fantastic free floating cities, which was completely destroyed and fell into the 'western ocean' during an ancient event. As per Indian mythology, Atala and Patata are often described as island like places where technologically advanced people used to live. Atalant could well be a sanskrit translation of end-of-Atala..

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