ASHWIN SANGHI KRISHNA KEY PDF
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. Ashwin Sanghi’s best-selling thriller The Krishna Key will be adapted into a movie and a web series, Eros International announced on Monday. Ashwin Sanghi’s first novel, The Rozabal Line, was self-published in under his The Krishna Key, Ashwin’s third novel, is a furiously paced and riveting.
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Ashwin Sanghi bestseller ‘The Krishna Key’ to be adapted into movie, web series
Herethe author failed to take things to next level. I was so looking forward to read it and when i read it santhi out to be a mojor disappointment! Not a peep about the seals or the Krishna Key after that. Other than that wonderful characterization right from the self-made Priya alias Mataji and her devoted disciple Taarak.
The only reason I kept reading till the end was because the oodles of historical data and myths made it engrossing enough for me.
I have read his The Rozabal Line 4 stars from me and found it super-cool Ships from and sold by Amazon.
This style of presentation is alien and made-up. Well, reading a pager in a week along with other books is no mean feat, my dear. Its more like a Bollywood movie with all the drama. The book eventually spawned an entirely new genre. The other thing that weighs down this book is the average writing. This is the first novel by the author that I read. Probably the author had the baggage of an already burgeoning book and did not want to spend more pages on character development.
All these incoherent crap is inserted in a wafer thin storyline.
The Krishna Key – Wikipedia
Also the way story goes back and forth to sanghii era and present era will also make the reader compare it with the author’s earliest workChanakya’s Chants. What might have built up between Priya and Saini was true and relatable. He tells Saini to safeguard it for him as he is afraid his life might be in danger. Forget about it, just because “The Krishna Key” is based on a “story” of historical conspiracy doesn’t elevates it to the standard of “The Da-Vinci Code”.
Sep 19, Alpa Dedhia rated it really liked it. I assume such a random and seemingly unrelated course was taken just to fill up the stipulated numbers of pages mentioned in the publisher’s agreement and writers contract.
Jan 30, Varunsp rated it it was amazing. The language is simple enough qshwin yet ashdin. In spite of having done all this research i would say that the auth i can only say that i somehow finished this book.
I am not sure whether the author understand the meaning of research or whether mentioning some so called research papers of dubious origin in bibliography at the end of the book would make it look like a well researched book.
I think that I am intrinsically a storyteller. Partly that is because our publishing industry believed that commercial fiction was best left to foreigners.
I was not able to understand what the story was, neither was I able to understand why the climax was based on the popular e-mail that originated a few years ago stating “Taj-Mahal is a Hindu temple.
Do not waste your time and money on this book. The only road that is relevant is the one that you happen to be on.
If the answers to these questions are YES, then this is definitely a book for you. It is for people who love to read just for the love of reading. Humanity despaired of its fate if the Blue God were to die but was reassured that he would return in a fresh avatar when needed in the eventual Dark Age-the Kaliyug.
Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. And it is good fiction. However, the major point of killing somehow escaped my logic-seeking mind. Currently reading his Chanakya Chant. The writing is awful. As with many other high octane adventure centric plots, the emphasis is on the thrill of the moment rather than in-depth characterisation.
It grows interesting by the word. The storyline and plot is extremely imaginative, though I could not help seeing similarities between this work and Dan Brown’s the da Vinci Code.