The Secret of the Nagas (Shiva Trilogy), a book by Amish. Harilashini Rajathurai . download Bengali Religion, Philosophy & Spirituality Books · Scion Of Ikshvaku. Raavan Orphan of Aryavarta pdf ebook by Amish Tripathi free download. Read online . The Secret of the Nagas (Shiva Trilogy), a book by Amish. Neha Salvi. Languages: Bengali. Publisher/Brands: Westland Books Pvt Ltd. The Secret of the Nagas, The Oath of the Vayuputras, Scion of Ikshvaku and Sita: Warrior of.
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They are accompanied by Shiva's general Parvateshwar, associates Nandi and Veerbhadra, Ayurvati the doctor, and Bhagirath and Anandamayi, the prince and princess of Ayodhya. At Kashi, Parvateshwar is mortally injured in a riot at the Branga community. Their leader Divodas gives Parvateshwar a healing herb which works.
Shiva learns from Ayurvati that the herb is only available at Panchavati , the capital of the Nagas. Divodas explains that they get the herbs from the Nagas due to a plague infesting Branga.
Shiva decides to travel to Branga and Divodas orders special ships to be made for the journey. Meanwhile, Sati gives birth to Kartik, her son with Shiva.
As he leaves for Branga, Sati stays back at Kashi to prevent a lion attack on the local villagers. They are helped by a group of Naga soldiers, led by a man and a woman, who assist them in killing the lions. The Naga woman reveals herself to be Kali, Sati's twin sister and the man as Ganesh, Sati's child from her first marriage believed to have died at birth. Both were denounced by Daksha since born with deformities. Kali had two extra functioning hands while Ganesh's face resembled that of an elephant's.
An overwhelmed Sati brings back Kali and Ganesh to Kashi.
At Branga, Shiva meets the recluse bandit Parashuram, who can enlighten him about the Nagas and the medicine. After defeating Parashuram, Shiva comes to know that he is a Vasudev, the group of scholars who have been guiding him on his journey. Parashuram is also surprised to see Shiva as the fabled Neelkanth; in remorse for his actions, he severs his left hand. He gives the recipe of the medicine to the people of Branga and joins Shiva's entourage. Shiva recognizes Ganesh as the Naga who attacked Sati and as the supposed killer of his friend, the scientist Brahaspati.
Enraged, he leaves Sati and takes up residence at the Branga locality.
One day, while playing with Kartik at a local park, Ganesh saves them from a lion attack. Shiva forgives him and together with Sati, confronts Daksha, who confesses to murdering Sati's first husband and denouncing Kali and Ganesh. Daksha blames Shiva for causing distrust between him and Sati; he is asked to leave for Meluha.
Shiva travels to Panchavati under the guidance of Kali, who is the Naga queen and knows how to reach the capital through the treacherous Dandak Forest. On their journey, the entourage is attacked from the river side by a cache of ships containing the weapons of mass destruction known as Daivi Astra that was once forbidden by Lord Rudra, the legendary supreme ruler of India.
After fleeing from the attack and safely reaching Panchavati, Shiva and Sati suspect Daksha to be behind this.
Kali takes Shiva to a nearby school in the capital, where he finds Brahaspati, perfectly alive and teaching a class. Characters and locations[ edit ] Tripathi believes that "Myths are nothing but jumbled memories of a true past.
A past buried under mounds of earth and ignorance. He is a Tibetan immigrant to Meluha and the chief of the Guna tribe. On arriving in Meluha and consuming the Somras a potion , his throat turns blue making him the Neelkanth of the Meluhan legend, which speaks of the appearance of Neelkanth as a destroyer of evil.
The Meluhans end up believing that Shiva would be their saviour.
Mulk Raj is one Indian author whose every book is highly recommended. A versatile genius, he has been a lawyer, an information officer, a journalist, an editor and an MP.
He was awarded the Padma Bhushan in , which he returned in to protest against Operation Bluestar.
He was born in Kasauli and grew up in Shimla and Dehradun. His life in the different hill stations of Himalayas has greatly influenced his stories and writing style. With a career spanning over 50 years, he has experimented with many different genres - children's fiction, short stories, novella, non-fiction, romance, etc.
He was awarded the Padma Shri in and Padma Bhushan in The Immortals of Meluha further describes the situation where the Suryavanshi empire is at war with the Chandravanshis, who have allegedly teamed up with the Nagas. The Nagas are a community of human beings who were deformed at birth, but are well endowed with martial art skills.
It talks about how the Suryavanshis ask Shiva to help them, after his throat turns blue on arrival.
He's considered as the fabled Neelkanth, who is destined to save them. The Immortals of Meluha was published on 20th May, The book describes Shiva's critical decisions and actions as the story unfolds.
The rage of Shiva leading to the war is well expressed.
Furthermore, this book is ideal for those who like adventure, mystery, thrills and mythology. Philosophical content is stumbled upon every now and then in different contexts. Product SKU: Westland Books Pvt Ltd. Publishing Year: Warrior of Mithila.