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The good news is. In the earlier Audio books of the trilogy, Shiva finds out that the Nagas are not his enemies and joins hands with Shiva reaches Panchavati, the capital of Naga where he will come face to face with his greatest enemy.

Secret of the Nagas. Secret behind hairstyle of Babas Sadhus! Its narrative value was first recognized by Hindi and Urdu novelists. I have read all the three books of the Shiva Trilogy and no secrets surprised me unlike the secret of Naga.

Easy to read and enjoy, it truly is an amar chitra katha in novel form as the cover proudly? While the book makes for a fun fast read, I cannot in good conscience recommend it without telling that anyone who picks up the book looking for literary enjoyment is going to be terribly disappointed, but if all that is needed is a way to pass a few hours, then it might be worth it.

Surely it will make a good movie someday, with the disappointing and predictable plot twists that is characteristic of most Bollywood movies. View 1 comment. The second novel in Amish's Shiva Trilogy series and it steals the show by revealing the most shocking yet pleasant tight-lipped remains of The Immortals Of Meluha. And it did not disappoint me, not even a bit of it.

Shiva seeks justice for the death of his friend Brihaspathi, and as fate unfolds, he travels to Panchavat The second novel in Amish's Shiva Trilogy series and it steals the show by revealing the most shocking yet pleasant tight-lipped remains of The Immortals Of Meluha.

As the secrets are revealed, friends becomes foes and foes are categorized as alliances. Karthik and Ganesh are added into the story-line adding spices along with the usual ingredients, Sati, Veerbadhra, Krittika, Bagirath, Parvateswar, Suryavanshis, Chandravanshis and the Nagas.

When the ultimate secret was revealed, i sat dumb-struck. All my guesses went in vain. What really captivated me was that the secret itself was speaking about illusions or Maya.

What intrigues me now to read "The Oath Of Vayuputras" is the secret that Krittika shares with Ayurvati and the secrets that the secret itself should reveal to Shiva. Undoubtedly, this book has paved way for some grand magnificent ending to the story of the masculine tribal man, who elevated him self to be the MahaDev.

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Amish Tripathi, am certain that you are an sensation. I mean This book had been at the top of the list by The Telegraph I couldn't even read further than pages It seemed that the theory Amish Tripathi tried to write in his book wasn't quite clear to himself I mean they are supposed to be pandits, right??

I can't believe I lived through pages of this book View all 16 comments. I still maintain that this book is a great concept.

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Taking an Indian God like Shiva with multiple facets to his persona and coming up with such an elaborate tale takes a different kind of imagination. Having grown up hearing stories about Gods like Shiva, Vishnu, Rama, Krishna etc curiosity was the one thing that drew me towards the first book in the series. But the curious thing about this book is that even though you want to be surprised and confronted with out of the world conspiracy theories I still maintain that this book is a great concept.

But the curious thing about this book is that even though you want to be surprised and confronted with out of the world conspiracy theories with each turn of the page it is the very same predictability that keeps you hooked.

Be that in the case of Shiva's marriage, his friendship with Nandi, Bhagirath and Veerabhadra or any other stories associated with his myth, the fun part of the book is seeing how each story fit into place. For me this was the fun part but now that brings us to the next question. What about a person who has not yet heard of Shiva or his story? Will this person find the book enjoyable? This is not a book for such a person. In such a case the person tends to evaluate the book on the basis of the writing and that leaves much to be desired.

Amish Tripathi is more of a conversationalist than a writer. His creative energy seems to be high when his characters are engaged in conversations but that doesn't also prevent his dialogues from being a little childish. All the philosophies about life, good and evil etc are engaging but it has a distinct Yoda to Skywalker kind of conversation aura that you learn nothing new from the venture. One thing I did find odd though was the ease with which people fall at the feet of Shiva. He is supposed to be an ordinary man in this book.

But that promise is not delivered, it seems Shiva became a legend because he was already a legend which doesn't make the slightest sense. Also even the strongest opposition is won over by Shiva's humility, without even a second thought. The constant reference to India is also nerve racking as there was no India at that time and that undermines much of the credibility in this story. The story however is more or less the same. We have Shiva who is prophesied as the destroyer of evil but having trouble understanding the true evil.

Since the Chandravanshi threat has been taken care of the only thing that can now be considered evil is the feared Nagas. But are the Nagas truly evil or are they just misunderstood?.

As Shiva searches for answers he comes across shocking revelations that may change everything. Even though "The Secret of the Nagas" try to bring as many twist and turns as possible to the story you can smell all the big twists from a mile away so these twists are not the highlight of this book. So don't expect to be surprised, what you can expect however is an enjoyable read which keeps your attention despite the flaws.

Hate is just love gone bad. The actual opposite of love is apathy. Just apathy. It hurts me that I cannot give this book a better rating. All things considered, The Secret of the Nagas deserves at least a three, for the sheer ingenuity of its concept. But my ratings are always based on how intensely a book affects me, and as frustrating as it is to admit, this book did not affect m 2. But my ratings are always based on how intensely a book affects me, and as frustrating as it is to admit, this book did not affect me in any way.

I tried; I really, truly tried. Considering how disappointing the first book was, I kept my expectations low this time around. I hoped that would make me like this book better than its predecessor. And I always suspected Brahaspati was alive, since his body was never found. Also, I could never really picture this in my head. And when Kartik is born and Shiva picks up Ayurvati in his arms and swings her in a circle The imagination gone into crafting this story is spectacular. Besides, The Shiva Trilogy is multitudes above the insipid, tacky love-stories that so many Indian authors regularly churn out.

And for that alone, it at least deserves to be read. If only the writing were as exciting View all 6 comments. Amazing Read Mr Amish starts with a basic idea of 'what if our gods were humans, albeit with super strength and long lives, in the past whose history has now become steeped with myths and legends The characters are strong, the plot is well developed and the description is wonderful I felt mythology come alive all around me!

There are many books which use the greek and roman mythology in their plots I am glad that Mr. Amish has decided to explo Amazing Read Amish has decided to explore our Hindu mythology as a plot for his book and while maintaining the spiritual aspect and the basic premise of eternal battle of good and evil he has not delved too much into the religious aspect I could almost imagine the marvelous movie which could be made Something lord of the rings-eque with hollywood studios Mr Amish please finish it soon!!!

View all 8 comments. A brilliant sequel to the first novel of the Shiva Trilogy. I could not have asked for more.

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Amish has done a wonderful job to bring out this fast-paced and action packed thrilling ride complete with drama, action, devotion, loyalty, philosophy, spirituality and vengeance spiced up with romance, conspiracy and deception.

It took the epic to a new level. Every character in the book catches our interest. Shiva is destined for greatness and it is his karma to find evil. Additionally, he aims to avenge the death of his best friend by killing the evil Naga, known as Lord of the People by the Nagas, and bring end to evil by finally destroying the Nagas. His wise and brave wife Sati has been a true companion in this quest.

But a bitter-sweet revelation of her past surfaces motivating Shiva to uncover the secret of the Nagas. What is evil?

Can good exist without evil or are good and evil two sides of the same coin? The book tries to find answers to these questions.

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A wonderfully thought-provoking and fascinating sequel with a great plot and a fair share of twists and turns. The second book was better than the first one. There were a lot of twists in the plot, which I could not predict. The twists got me hooked till the end. In this book, we understand a lot more about the Nagas and the quest of Shiva to find evil.

This praiseworthy book left me more than ever to read the final book. View all 11 comments.

Actually 4. Finally the book is out. For past one year we and here I can talk about four of us have been waiting for the release of this book. Checking every month and then on a weekly basis. Its one of the firsts in Mythological fiction in India based on God Shiva. He is not saintly or perfect, he does not follow rules Actually 4. He is not saintly or perfect, he does not follow rules, his anger is earth shaking, his lifestyle is bohemian, he follows his emotions, and he loves or hates to the extremes.

He smokes a pot, and enjoys his bhang, plays with snakes and drinks his poison. To read more: View all 4 comments. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I like how the story's been developed in this book.

I found some things predictable, but am not complaining about those in any way. Very well written. Again, I couldn't put the book down till I was finished reading it.

In some ways, the predictability is because of the fact that, once you're about a third into the book, it hits you that Amish has found this really cool way of retelling tales from Indian mythology; through an engaging, witty and insightful set of stories.

You realise that you alr I like how the story's been developed in this book. You realise that you already knew all these characters.

Parshuram, the man who beheaded his mother. Kali, the goddess known for her legendary temper. Each of the characters is one of the several familiar, if not beloved gods of childhood-stories-heard-on-grandmother's-knee: You make this realisation at any point in the book.

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For me, it hit me when Kartik was born. Sati's second born.

Secret of the Nagas

Amish conveniently named him Kartik. And then all the pieces clicked into place. Sati's previous child, whom she was told was a still-born. The Nagas not being of standard human appearance. Daksha and Veerini's previous reactions.

Most things that were left unexplained in some previous passages. But realising this does not take away much from the pleasure of reading the book. The way each character is developed by Amish and the way the story itself unfolds makes the book a very enjoyable read. What I particularly liked was the fact that Amish does a Kurosawa-esque justification of the actions of every character he portrays. Also, this has to be said: And here, the security of knowing that good will eventually triumph over evil makes the reading more enjoyable.

But then again, most of us grow up with one set of mythological stories or another. But evil is rising again, more potent than ever. A whole nation is dying. Another, suffering for no fault of its own. Everyone is suspect: At every corner, Shiva finds evidence of Naga activity. A crown prince is murdered. A people held to ransom for a miracle drug made only by the Nagas. Shiva searches for the truth in a land of deadly mysteries — only to find that nothing is what it seems.

Book 2 of the Shiva trilogy takes up from the point where Shiva is dashing to save Sati at the end of The Immortals of Meluha.Its poisoned edge sent a jolt of electricity through his body, immobilising him. Paperback eBook Audio Book. But she still felt she was being watched. He blocked the knife without even looking at it! The ever pragmatic Dilipa was delighted that despite losing the war with the Suryavanshis, for all practical purposes, he retained his empire and his independence. But, the book is not perfect either.

The story starts. King Mahendra will think Ayodhya arranged the assassination. A fitting sequel to the immortals of meluha and similar to that one, even this part is stopped at a very crucial juncture, to those who have the bad habit of reading the last page of a novel first, do not do so with this one ; Coming to the story, nothing much that i can talk about it without spoiling the experience for those who are yet to read it.

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