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Sita – Warrior Of Mithila | Chapter 1 | Personal Views And Reviews

Sita – Warrior Of Mithila | Chapter 1 | Personal Views And Reviews

Author Amish Tripathi was a banker for around 14 years. He was keen at reading since early age and eventually he have decided to re-tell mythological tales in the context of “what if he is not just a God but was a human like us who actually wandered the Earth?”. The result of this thought process was The Immortals Of Meluha. The book won both critical acclaimed and commercial success. It made Amish a star author. He then left his job and concentrated on full time writing. And result was two more books in the Shiva Trilogy series named The ... Read More »

Scion Of Ikshvaku | Book Reviews

Scion Of Ikshvaku | Book Reviews

Amish Tripathi is back with another book – Scion Of Ikshvaku. This time he tries to explore the tale of Lord Rama in his signature style. In order to make the things more contemporary, he tries to humanise the mythological character. Book Title : Scion Of Ikshvaku Author : Amish Tripathi Genre : Mythology retold Publisher : Westland Ltd. (22 June 2015) Total Pages : 376 (paperback) Chapters : 90 Purchase Links : Buy Scion of Ikshvaku A lot of incidents in his books are explored in his book as they are supposed to be happening in not so ancient ... Read More »

Scion Of Ikshvaku | Chapter 3 | Personal Views And Reviews

Scion Of Ikshvaku | Chapter 3 | Personal Views And Reviews

Amish Tripathi now enjoys a celebrity status in literary fraternity. He have achieved it of course. With back-to-back 3 best seller books made him eligible for the same. He have tried a unique approach in writing, that is, looking at the mythologies from the modern day eye. Or rather we say, absorb the mythological stuff about mythological characters / Deities like – Lord Shiva – from various sources, and restructure them for the modern day readers. He humanizes the mythological characters, and he does it pretty well. In fact the motto behind the first book of the Shiva Trilogy – ... Read More »