KRISHNA KEY BY ASHWIN SANGHI PDF
Mar 28, The book gives the readers ample and rich information about Vedas, Vedic people who are said to possess more spiritual and scientific knowledge than what. May 4, In The Krishna Key, the protagonist Saini is accused of murdering his close friend and stealing a sacred seal supposed to unlock the secrets of. The Krishna Key by Sanghi Ashwin from Only Genuine Products. 30 Day Replacement Guarantee. Free Shipping. Cash On Delivery!.
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It will lead him to an ancient secret concealed in the myths of the Mahabharata – a secret that is powerful enough to transform him into a god. There is a sangh place for Mr. They are absolutely stunning and make you wonder about the truth we have been hearing to all our lives.
When I wrote The Rozabal Line inno Indian author was exploring the fusion between history, theology, mythology and fiction.
And did I tell you my family is a bit, well, traditional? Now let us deconstruct the originality of the book.
An Interview with Ashwin Sanghi – Author of “Krishna Key”
The author also portrays the biography of Lord Krishna in his own words, in parallel to the main story-line. The only road that is relevant is the one that you happen to bj on.
Well, I am a history buff, a conspiracy theory fan, and revel in Indian literature. What will happen to the other three people who also have the ancient seals from Varshney? Sep 26, Pratul Bagri rated it it was ok Shelves: The gist of the plot is succinctly captured in the blurb, so I am not going into any of sangih here.
However, what this book lacked was the same urgency that was present in the Da Vinci Code. After these shlokas, the present day story continues. You are commenting using your WordPress. A Wrinkle In Time is an old book. Read the book only if you have the patience to sit through it. A gripping hunt for the precious stone of around five thousand years old. The book is divided into chapters and each chapter starts with shlokas which tell us the story of Krishna.
He has set a style of his own and it is awesome.
Anyhow, whichever book it was, Ashwin Sanghi is hugely inspired by Keg Brown, if I may say so, and I say it with all the good things in mind. Ashwin Sanghi and Amish Tripathi are considered to be the frontrunners in historical and mythological retelling. Overall, I give it a 2. Do not spoon-feed us and insult our intelligence! Did I say stone?? There’s no doubt about that.
So we begin with a Mr. Although a particular chase did bother me and I’ve no idea why its there. Jul 04, Vikas Singh rated it it was amazing Shelves: He was knocked unconscious and then a scalpel was thrust in his left leg and left to bleed out.
The author has tried to put in too much of his research into the book.
An Interview with Ashwin Sanghi – Author of “Krishna Key” – Hues of A Soul
S – I am embarrassed to admit that I didn’t see the reveal of Mataji coming. It is for people who love to read just for the love of reading. If you are interested in learning about the historicity of Krishna, better get hold of “Search for the Historical Krishna” by Dr. The story tends to give in too much of information citing facts and evidences.
I m bound to say that he is the Dan Brown of India Well, reading a pager in a week along with other books is kgishna mean feat, my dear.
But this book turns out to be a slightly less than what I have expected. A novel is like a set of busy road junctions. There are various other smaller instances likewise where I couldn’t help get a similar feeling.