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Vayuputron Ki Shapath (The Oath of the Vayuputras) (Hindi)

Vayuputron Ki Shapath (The Oath of the Vayuputras) (Hindi)

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Contributor(s) Amish Tripathi
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Overview: Vayuputron Ki Shapath

The 'Oath of the Vayuputras' is the last book of the Shiva Trilogy, and is written by the eminent Indian author Amish Tripathi. The author portrays Shiva as a super hero, who later turns into a deity for his followers. The book has a racy plot which keeps all readers gripped, even as the superhero Shiva discovers his true enemies and tries to demolish them. The plot showcases the endless battle between good and evil and the effect of Karma. The Shiva trilogy is one of the bestselling novels in recent times and has been widely accepted by readers and critics alike.

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The final book of Shiva Trilogy, 'Oath of Vayuputras', portrays the ultimate vengeance of Lord Shiva towards his enemies. In the previous books, Shiva came to know about the fact that Nagas were actually not his enemies and were helping him destroy the root cause behind all evil. This book answers the questions about Neelkanth's fate, the various choices that he had made earlier, and the after effects of karma.

It reveals the reason behind Brahaspati's disappearance as well as his reappearance. The relationship between mysterious priests and the king of Meluha is finally exposed in this sequel. Here, the plot illustrates Shiva seeking the help of Vayuputras to fulfil his vengeance against all evil powers. As the plot thickens, the real intentions of some characters that are close to him are revealed. New characters arise in this sequel which gives vigour to the entire plot.

In the end, Shiva reaches Panchavati, which is the capital city of Nagas, where he faces a battle with his greatest enemy who plans to destroy Shiva along with his legacy. Will Shiva succeed in his mission by wiping out all evil forces? The series of wars in this book, along with shocking twists, will surely entertain readers. The author's narration is vivid and deals with mythology, philosophy, religious myths, and history.

About the Author

Amish Tripathi is a well identified Indian author. He was a banker by profession and later gave up his job to live his dream of being an author. He mainly focuses on Hindu Mythology, Philosophy and History. His most renowned piece till date has been the Shiva Trilogy, which comprises of three different books namely 'The Immortals of Meluha' , 'The Secret of Nagas' ,and the last one of the trilogy being the 'Oath of the Vayuputras'. These books have created a huge impact on the readers; mainly because of their riveting ideas.

Book Details

The third book of the Shiva Trilogy, 'Oath of the Vayuputras', was published by Westland Publishers in the year 2013. It is available in paperback binding and contains 600 pages. Owing to the popularity of the previous works, 'The Oath of Vayuputras' is available in various regional languages. Its Hindi version, 'Vayuputron ki Shapath', is published by Westland and Yatra publishers.

Product Details
Language Hindi
Publication Date June 20, 2013
Publisher Westland and Yatra
Contributor(s) Amish Tripathi
Binding Paperback
Page Count 552
ISBN 10 9383260009
ISBN 13 9789383260003
Dimensions and Weight
Product Dimensions 12.9 cm x 3 cm x 19.8 cm
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  1.  Amazing Storyline 14 August, 2013 On
    The book was the perfect end to the trilogy. Very clearly bought out the struggle Shiva and the sons went through post the death of Sati. Very clearly tells how the Neelkanth took the responsibility on his shoulders in ensuring that his people who trusted him and his family was well protected.

    Great book by Amish.
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