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The Secret Of The Nagas (Shiva Trilogy)

The Secret Of The Nagas (Shiva Trilogy)

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Overview: The Secret Of The Nagas

The much-awaited Book 2 in the Shiva Trilogy.

Features: The Secret Of The Nagas

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Product Details
Language English
Publication Date August 4, 2011
Publisher Westland
Contributor(s) Amish
Binding Paperback
Edition 2011
Book Volume 2
Page Count 398
ISBN 10 9380658796
ISBN 13 9789380658797
Dimensions and Weight
Product Weight 1.5 grams
Product Dimensions 19.7 cm x 2.7 cm x 12.9 cm
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  1. 2 of 2 people found this review helpful
     Full of secrets 8 November, 2013 On Junglee.com
    After the meluha the journey of Lord mahadev once again begun to find the nagas. But actual enemy of lord mahadev is not nagas its the evil which he is finding till whole meluha. A simple barbarian from tibet becomes NEELKANTH the lord of the lords.
    The greatest secret of this book lies in the END and only in a single WORD.
    As the book moves forward the more secrets come to the way as enemy becomes friend and friends start becoming enemy.

    All secrets in the book with the greatest action comes on every incident. Read only if you read out Meluha. Thanks Amish for giving us such a great book. thanks
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  2. 1 of 1 people found this review helpful
     A dull secret 26 December, 2013 On Junglee.com
    The author is a management graduate from IIM Calcutta. This is his second book, of the Shiva Trilogy, in continuation of “The Immortals of Meluha”. He is a great believer of Lord Shiva and his power.

    Storyline: After having captured Swadweep, Shiva camps at Ayodhya with Sati (his wife) and his army. Shiva gets enlightened by the Vasudev Pandit in Ramjanmabhoomi temple about the purpose of Neelkanth. But, he develops sheer hatred against the Nagas, whom he thinks have murdered his best friend, Brihaspati, while destroying Mount Mandar. On his quest to find out the secret behind the powerful Nagas, he visits Kashi, where Sati delivers a baby boy, Karthik. The Nagas are found to be the suppliers of secret medicine to the rich kingdom of Branga (a deltaic land formed by the confluence of the two mighty rivers Brahmaputra and Ganga). This medicine heals and cures diseases, beyond the imagination of the Meluhan medical knowledge. The curiosity makes Shiva visit Brangadesh and finds that the kingdom is stuck with a mysterious plague which kills and deforms their children. The medicine from the Nagas cures them. This is when Sati is rescued by her abandoned first son (Ganesh) and her sister (Kali), during a lion attack. Ganesh and Kali were abandoned by Daksh due their birth deformities, and christened as Nagas. This fact is hidden from Sati, who later confronts her father Daksh for keeping her in dark regarding this and accompanies Shiva to the land of Nagas, only to discover that the Nagas are well organized harmless people put to lot of hardships by the arrogant Suryavanshis. The book ends with Shiva discovering the secret of the Nagas, who is none other than a man whom he assumed to be lost forever, found teaching about good and evil to Naga children. To be continued in the next book, “The Oath of the Vayuputras”.

    Positives: New facts like the origin of the Lord Ganesh and his genetic link to Goddess Kali/Sati came as a surprise. The origin and importance of Kashi, Prayag, Vaishali etc are worth reading. The beauty of the forests of Sundarbans and Dandakaranya well elicited. A new land Branga (present Bengal) and its taunted riches are quite impressive. The all India voyage of Lord Shiva and his enlightenment about Good and Evil as the two sides of one coin in different territories of the country is worth memorizing.

    Negatives: This book is a little boring compared to the first. The original version of the birth of Lord Ganesha is in total disobedience with this version. Reader might get confused. My personal doubt is that is Lord Shiva much younger than his wife Sati, who is estimated to be over one hundred years, due to the influence of Somras, when she married Shiva?

    My rating is 3.5 out of 5.
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  3.  Really Superb & Interesting Book 18 April, 2014 On Junglee.com
    As good as it can be. Love reading this kind of epic.

    My top pics in character based novel -
    God father
    Immortal of Meluha/Secret of nagas
    Papillon
    Maverick heart between love and life

    I love something which is based on character. Character is building block of any story. Plots, dialogue and other in story become filler then. We can associated or think something like brand name - when Amitabh is on screen - certain things and quality are expected out of him. His screen presence will matter - does not matter how messy at a times plot could be.

    Same thing happen when you have a story based on well defined character. You will expect - tough decisions and reaction as per his attitude and viewpoint will come out. But char building is not so easy. painfully you have to build series of events and plot - which will define the basic feature of this man.

    Karan Johar has already rights for Immortal of Meluha, let us see who is going to grab this one? I am waiting for screen version of these epic.

    I was so fascinated by Siva char - I forgot the other elements like narration and smooth language.

    Other books which are character based - Papillon (an autobiography of a french man - tried escaping from prison 13th time and finally succeeded.). You need to read and see how char plays important role in determination to live free life at any cost, at cost of even your life.

    Another One - Godfather - We remember when God father speaks - it is not just dialogues coming out of his mouth but personality of man gets define based on those words.

    My top pics in char based novel -
    God father
    Immortal of Meluha/Secret of nagas
    Papillon
    Maverick heart between love and life

    The last one is by first timer. But you will love for its meaningful and brilliant dialogue and character based driven plots.

    Indian writing is coming to a new age.
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  4. 1 of 1 people found this review helpful
     Good fictional book 13 November, 2013 On Junglee.com
    Engaging and thrilling are the best words to describe this book. I usually do not pick fictional books especially when they seem to have an adaption from an epic. I made an exception because of the reviews my friends gave me. Definitely not disappointed.

    I enjoyed the first 2 books so much that I pre-ordered the third book - Oath of the Vayuputras :)
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  5.  A definite uptake from the first book 4 September, 2013 On Junglee.com
    The second installment of the Shiva trilogy definitely is better than the first both in terms of the pace it sets and the plot. There is more happening in general during this book. Also, the analogies between this book and the Indian mythology is much more intelligent in this version. The conclusion of the book is smartly done in a way that implores the reader to go on to the next book and find out how the plot unravels. I am looking froward to the last installment of the series.
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  6.  awesome!!!!!! 31 March, 2014 On Junglee.com
    Lord Shiva declared that neither Chandravanshis nor Suryavanshis are evil. He judges that the nagas are the bad group. The story is riddled with a mighty secret in Maika the land of births. In this part many and many characters are introduced. Shiva and Sati migrates to Kashi and will give birth to Karthik. An awesome book for awesome reader. suggested for all age group. enjoy it...... get on yourself into into the world of imagination. a good notion by the author....
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  7.  Not any less than the prequel 9 August, 2014 On Junglee.com
    I was worried I might like this less when compared to the first book. But, no!!! This, though a little less dramatic than the first book, has got a lot of twists in the plot.

    This book makes you pick or buy the final part immediately. There is no huge change in the story as the major part of the story was built in the prequel. However, the conversations with the vasudevs is getting interesting book by book.

    Definitely a page turner.
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  8.  secret of nagas 2 March, 2014 On Junglee.com
    this book consists of mainly about the naga which means a snake of lord shiva.
    as i like lord shiva i have read this book which has a brief story about the naga.
    this naga is the main role in this story
    naga IS present on the neck of lordshiva
    this book costs rs 99 in online store
    i recommend my friends to buy and read this book
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  9. 4 of 5 people found this review helpful
     secret of nagas book 6 August, 2013 On Junglee.com
    I would like to thank the person who wrote this book. it is giving a lot of knowledge to know the history of shiva. i enjoy reading this book . Super .. super ..
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  10.  Keeps getting better! 13 May, 2015 On Junglee.com
    After reading the first book "Immortals of Meluha", I was waiting to get my hands on this book. This series got me hooked completely and just loved the revelation of Kali & Ganesh in the book. I appreciate the way Amish Tripathi has used the same mythological characters and put forward such a gripping tale for the readers.
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  1.  Interesting
    Amish Tripathi has introduced a lot of new characters in The Secret of The Nagas. Too many secrets and characters mixing up to form new secrets. The story unfolds surprising evil and good instances to form an interesting plot. Not as good as the first part, but surely one good to read. Published 1 year ago by Anubha On Junglee.com
  2.  Keeps getting better!
    After reading the first book "Immortals of Meluha", I was waiting to get my hands on this book. This series got me hooked completely and just loved the revelation of Kali & Ganesh in the book. I appreciate the way Amish Tripathi has used the same mythological characters and put forward Read more Published 1 year ago by PB On Junglee.com
  3.  One of the finest book ever read
    The story is narrated extremely well and way the characters are crafted is simply magical . One of the masterpiece of work by the author Published 2 years ago by Ishan shah On Junglee.com
  4.  Not any less than the prequel
    I was worried I might like this less when compared to the first book. But, no!!! This, though a little less dramatic than the first book, has got a lot of twists in the plot.

    This book makes you pick or buy the final part immediately. There is no huge change in the story as the major part Read more
    Published 2 years ago by Karanam On Junglee.com
  5.  A novel that entertains you and inspires...
    It is worth successor to part 1, here you get yourself a treat and find that you are relishing it every moment, things unfolds at proper time and place.
    There are times when you want to rush ahead and leave some parts, but its beauty resides in reading it to whole...

    Like it very much... Read more
    Published 2 years ago by Vibhu Ashok On Junglee.com
  6.  Really Superb & Interesting Book
    As good as it can be. Love reading this kind of epic.

    My top pics in character based novel -
    God father
    Immortal of Meluha/Secret of nagas
    Papillon
    Maverick heart between love and life

    I love something which is based on character. Character is building block Read more
    Published 2 years ago by Kanchi On Junglee.com
  7.  awesome!!!!!!
    Lord Shiva declared that neither Chandravanshis nor Suryavanshis are evil. He judges that the nagas are the bad group. The story is riddled with a mighty secret in Maika the land of births. In this part many and many characters are introduced. Shiva and Sati migrates to Kashi and will give birth to Karthik. Read more Published 2 years ago by M.Sathya On Junglee.com
  8.  secret of nagas
    this book consists of mainly about the naga which means a snake of lord shiva.
    as i like lord shiva i have read this book which has a brief story about the naga.
    this naga is the main role in this story
    naga IS present on the neck of lordshiva
    this book costs rs 99 in online store Read more
    Published 2 years ago by keerthichevuri On Junglee.com
  9.  Awesome
    The entire series of Shiva trilogy is a journey to the olden atmosphere...... Every finds a new way reading by AMISH TRIPATI Published 2 years ago by VENKAT On Junglee.com
  10.  A dull secret
    The author is a management graduate from IIM Calcutta. This is his second book, of the Shiva Trilogy, in continuation of “The Immortals of Meluha”. He is a great believer of Lord Shiva and his power.

    Storyline: After having captured Swadweep, Shiva camps at Ayodhya with Sati (his wife) and Read more
    Published 2 years ago by THREEKAY On Junglee.com