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The Oath of the Vayuputras - Amish Tripathi’s end of the Deal

The Scintillating Shiva Trilogy We all have got our piece of Amish Tripathi’s beautiful mind. It has only left us hankering for more. His way of propitiating Lord Shiva by giving him a human identity is appeasement in its absolute terms. After a long span of 14 years, this IIMC product decided to call it a day and finally lifted his pen from cheques to start using it for something much better. This turn of events in his life lead to the creation of ‘Shiva Trilogy’, which has so far entertained us thoroughly with its gripping content. The next tranche in this trilogy ‘The Oath of the Vayuputras’ is slated to release at the end of the year. The Solemn Oath of the Vayuputras In the highly awaited release of the year ‘The Oath of the Vayuputras’, Amish Tripathi is expected to thrill his readers again with his impeccable racounterism. There would be a series of more revelations and history will walk in arms with mythology again, to cover million of years for reaching you just in time. ‘The Immortals of Meluha’, the first novel in the Shiva trilogy narrates the story of a valiant chieftain Shiva who commands a tribe of people, Gunas, buy books of his extraordinary feat of shielding himself from high fever, by consolidating its venom in his throat, makes Meluhans confer the title of ‘Neelkanth’ to him. Shiva is moved by the pristine beauty and the sorry plight of Sati, the daughter of King Daksha. While residing in Devagiri, the capital city of Meluha as the guest of the king; Shiva tries to court Sati. A young lady who spent her days in isolation as a penance for the sins she committed in her past births. After the initial thwarting by Sati, Shiva’s endeavors finally pay off as she starts reciprocating his love with an equal fervour. The plot of ‘Immortals of Meluha’ firmly holds on to the attention of the readers and presents a different take on Shiva. Amish Tripathi’s second book ‘The Secret of the Nagas’ takes Shiva to new destinations. This book starts off with Shiva’s pursuit of tracking down the whereabouts of the Naga, the one who abducted Sati. After getting reunited with his wife, he undertakes a journey to Kashi with his wife and his followers. The birth of Shiva’s first son adds to the character list and several names that one has already heard of, start making an appearance along the way. The prowess of introducing several mythological characters by re-writing their history, is the je ne sais quoi of Amish Tripathi.

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The Oath of the Vayuputras - Amish Tripathi’s end of the Deal