The Oath of the Vayuputras or Vayuputro Ki Shapath (Hindi Edition) is the Hindi translation of a novel written by Amish Tripathi and it's the third of the Shiva series of books by the IIM graduate. This Hindi version of the book was published by Tranquebar Press in January 1, 2013. Earlier in the Shiva Trilogy, the reader learnt about Shiva found out that the Nagas aren't his enemies and joined hands with them. In this concluding part of the bestselling Shiva Trilogy, Vayuputro Ki Shapath, the readers come to know of Neelkanth's (Shiva's) fate and the results of the choices he had made previously.
Thanks to the success of this series, Amish Tripathy has been listed among the top 100 celebrities twice by Forbes India. DNA newspaper has listed him as one of India's New Icons. He has also been awarded the Society Young Achievers Award for Literature. In Vayuputro Ki Shapath (The Oath of the Vayuputras), Amish concludes the story of Shiva and writes about his final battle against the ultimate evil.
As the book begins, Shiva finds out about Somras, and its disastrous effect on the Nagas. He gathers his forces and prepares for a holy war against his enemy. A series of brutal battles takes place in India, where many die. Desperate, Shiva seeks help from the ones who've never extended any support to him - the Vayuputras. The book answers various questions raised in the previous books and provides closure to readers who have been following the series. Like most of Amish Tripathi books, this one, too, is an engaging and entertaining read.
With 2 million copies in print, the Shiva Trilogy, which includes the books The Immortals of Meluha, The Secret of the Nagas and The Oath of the Vayuputras, is the fastest selling series in the history of publishing in India. To add to that, The Oath of the Vayuputras sold over 400,000 copies even before its release. It has received critical appreciation and rave reviews from his fans and critics all over India. Now you can get The Oath of the Vayuputras in Hindi which has 576 pages and is available in paperback binding. The ISBN 10 of the book is 9383260009 and the ISBN 13 of the book is 9789383260003.