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  1.  Five Stars 15 May, 2015 On Amazon.com
    Perfect Storyline and suspence, works amazingly, lovely book. 5-Stars from my side
  2.  Weonderful read!! 14 May, 2015 On Amazon.com
    Format:Kindle Edition
    A very beautifully written novel.. Very gripping.. I have read it numerous times.. A definitely must read for all !!
  3.  Indian myth retold differently 2 May, 2015 On Amazon.com
    Format:Kindle Edition
    Great to see Indian myth told in a very realistic human way. Engaging read and curious to read about nagas in the next book
  4.  Good product 4 April, 2015 On Amazon.com
    Good book. Nice seller.
  5.  Five Stars 12 March, 2015 On Amazon.com
    Good
  6.  Awesome 9 January, 2015 On Amazon.com
    Format:Kindle Edition
    It's great book to read.I enjoyed reading it . I loved the story and the way it was potraited .
  7.  Har Har Mahadev 24 December, 2014 On Amazon.com
    Format:Kindle Edition
    This is mythical fiction book. Very well written where he writes about Shiva moving from Mount Kailash with his tribe to Meluha. Where he was given somras. The effect of somras made his throat change color to blue and was declared Neelkanth. For meluhans who were waiting for Neelkanth for centuries was a welcome news as they had found their lord, who would save them from evil attacks. Very nice fiction with good philosophies. Author is very creative writer and spiritual too.Highly recommended.
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     Five Stars 19 December, 2014 On Amazon.com
    Format:Kindle Edition
    Great attempt to demystify mythology of Lord Shiva.
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     Five Stars 18 December, 2014 On Amazon.com
    love it
  10.  The three books in this Trilogy are beyond anything I'd ... 17 December, 2014 On Amazon.com
    The three books in this Trilogy are beyond anything I'd read in a very, very long time. It may be helpful for the reader to be familiar with the Hindu myths, but it is definitely not necessary. This is probably one of the most popular series in India right not and I was completely blown away by the story line, the character profiles and the drama that so combines all of the Myths and holds together flawlessly. I actually read each book in one day and was literally ready to begin the series again except I had to share the books. Amish did an exceptionally stupendous job of storytelling.
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