We tend to choose the good and reject the bad. Seldom do we realise that good and bad are but two sides of the same coin. What is good for one person might be bad for another. Kicking off from where The Secret of the Nagas left, the final chapter of the Shiva trilogy, albeit lengthy, continues at an interesting pace. In The oath of the Vayuputras, the face of the evil is finally unveiled.
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Career[ edit ] A. The second book in the series, The Secret of the Nagas, was released on 12 August , and the third and final installment, titled The Oath of the Vayuputras, was released on 27 February It is the first book in the Ram Chandra Series. Like the Shiva Trilogy this one is also a fantasy re-imagining of the Indian epic Ramayana. It follows the story of Ram and is a prequel to the Shiva Trilogy.
One will be his first non-fiction book while the other will be the sequel to the book, Scion of Ikshvaku, from the Ramachandra series with name Sita: Warrior of Mithila which was released on 29 May It opened at 1 on the national bestseller lists and became the highest selling book of It held 1 ranking in Ht- Nielsen Bookscan for more than four weeks.
Ram Chandra series is the second fastest-selling book series in Indian publishing history  Non-fiction Tripathi launched his first non-fiction book, Immortal India in August The author has put together a collection of his writings, essentially articles published in various newspapers, speeches he has written, debates he took part in and select interviews at public forums in his new book Immortal India. The reason the books have been translated into a number of local language is because the author believes that west-focused Indian publishing as a whole is gradually being embedded into the Indian cultural sensibilities.
Further explaining his thoughts, Tripathi said "I genuinely believe that five years from today, we will have a situation when other languages will account for higher sales of books than in English. That is the big change happening in publishing where readers are taking pride in their own culture. Another comparative example would be television, where regional language channels garner more TRPs.
Amish had turned into an atheist in his youth but returned to faith while writing his first book. Tripathi says that he gathered most of his knowledge of Hindu theology and religion from his grandfather and his very religious parents. He believes that religiosity and liberalism go hand-in-hand in India. His marketing skills and strategies have been widely credited for the success of his novels. My management background along with marketing experience helped me devise effective strategies for promoting my book.
He also made presentations to big retail chains, visited smaller retailers, met local distributors and regularly sent email updates to various stakeholders. He targeted social media websites for promoting his debut novel, and made a trailer film with a background score reportedly by Taufiq Qureshi and uploaded it on YouTube.
He believed that this would work as the audience that visits theatres is the same that read his books. This was the first time ever that an original soundtrack was made for a book series. In , the author also uploaded another film on YouTube to give readers a perspective on how all books written by him are interconnected, with clues to all futures having been placed within the Shiva Trilogy.
This innovative marketing has never been done before for a book and was very successful.
The Oath of the Vayuputras
Malajas Because you now know you cannot accomplish it by yourself. Archived from the original on 12 October Are we going to proclaim the Somras vayupufras the ultimate Evil? Mar 07, WordsBeyondBorders rated it it was ok. Archived from the original on 1 May Maybe he should have read Lord of the Rings a little bit more to understand the writing technique for such a novel. Moreover, now that Dilipa had chosen to align himself against Shiva, Bhagirath would be even more eager to prove his loyalty to him. Maharishi Bhrigu was convinced there was nothing to fear from the Somras waste.
Aralmaran What makes me truly afraid is the possibility that this will be a reference point for Hindu mythology fiction in say, another 15 years! Would have made it much less painful to read! But when we started mass producing Somras for eight million people, the dynamics changed. It is a mystery. Should have made the ending at par. It cannot be discharged into the sea.
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Start your review of The Oath of the Vayuputras Shiva Trilogy, 3 Write a review Shelves: fantasy , indian , owned , never-again-ever , could-it-be-more-blah , mythology I am sad. After the first two books, I had high hopes. The writing was good, the plot was good; it had purpose - "Evil" had risen in Meluha, Shiva had to stop it. Simple, yes? Throughout the first two books, we were given the impression that evil, in the form of some not-so-nice people, was lurking in the shadows, ever-growing, ever-menacing, threatening to disrupt life as they knew it,and it must be stopped at all cost.
03 The Oath Of The Vayuputras Amish Tripathi Evil Alive
The waste generated in the process of manufacturing the Somras was dumped in the Tsangpo river , which flows through Branga territory as Brahmaputra , and resulted in their disastrous plague. Also the birth of Naga babies was credited to Somras as it results in the multiplication of cells at a very high rate which lead to their deformation and outgrowths. Shiva travels to the hidden city of Ujjain along with his entourage to meet the chief of Vasudev pandits, Gopal. He explains how the Vayuputra council—an ancient tribe left by the previous Mahadev Lord Rudra, dwelling in remote land of Pariha in the West—train a member of their tribe as the Neelkanth when "evil" rises. Shiva comes to the conclusion that it was his uncle Manobhu, who turns out to be a former Vayuputra member, trained him as Neelkanth.