The Oath of the Vayuputras (Shiva Trilogy)

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Amish has taken us on a beautiful visual journey with the Siva Trilogy and the third and last book of the series was brilliantly cenceptualized and powerfully written. The author's protrayal of our loved Gods Ganesh, Karthik, Siva and Sati is simply awesome. Love the depth of each and every character, loved the intelligence behind every war strategy and loved the fact that the words weaved amazing visuals of ancient India. --Archana Jayarajah Mar 21, 2013Cheers for fast delivery, i was somehow controlling my horses for this final part and what added to delight is the Quick Response Time of fli... Show More
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Amish has taken us on a beautiful visual journey with the Siva Trilogy and the third and last book of the series was brilliantly cenceptualized and powerfully written. The author's protrayal of our loved Gods Ganesh, Karthik, Siva and Sati is simply awesome. Love the depth of each and every character, loved the intelligence behind every war strategy and loved the fact that the words weaved amazing visuals of ancient India. --Archana Jayarajah Mar 21, 2013

Cheers for fast delivery, i was somehow controlling my horses for this final part and what added to delight is the Quick Response Time of flipkart team.Amish has illustrated the whole Journey in a gigantic view with noble narration.It was the most awaited part and finally the story ends.Well one will definitely miss the War and the tactics that were in Second part but on moral grounds this part is up.what i was expecting a massive and a large scale war but if you go with the theme and crux of the whole phenomenon then this expectation is ruled out.Story definitely build up like that and one can expect a Mahabharat kind of scenario but i loved the way the whole story turned in the last few chapters.I am ardent follower of SHIVA and i loved the way Amish imagined Shiva. People go ahead and finish it up --Sanchit Kulshrestha Mar 20, 2013

The virtual life story of Lord Shiva is very well imagined by AMISH and expressed in a very nice manner.. once you start reading you don't feel to do anything expect reading the book. its an awesome book. And also the Best Series released in INDIA. . :) Must Read. . :) --Sudhakar Mar 20, 2013
Amish has taken us on a beautiful visual journey with the Siva Trilogy and the third and last book of the series was brilliantly cenceptualized and powerfully written. The author's protrayal of our loved Gods Ganesh, Karthik, Siva and Sati is simply awesome. Love the depth of each and every character, loved the intelligence behind every war strategy and loved the fact that the words weaved amazing visuals of ancient India. --Archana Jayarajah Mar 21, 2013

Cheers for fast delivery, i was somehow controlling my horses for this final part and what added to delight is the Quick Response Time of flipkart team.Amish has illustrated the whole Journey in a gigantic view with noble narration.It was the most awaited part and finally the story ends.Well one will definitely miss the War and the tactics that were in Second part but on moral grounds this part is up.what i was expecting a massive and a large scale war but if you go with the theme and crux of the whole phenomenon then this expectation is ruled out.Story definitely build up like that and one can expect a Mahabharat kind of scenario but i loved the way the whole story turned in the last few chapters.I am ardent follower of SHIVA and i loved the way Amish imagined Shiva. People go ahead and finish it up --Sanchit Kulshrestha Mar 20, 2013

The virtual life story of Lord Shiva is very well imagined by AMISH and expressed in a very nice manner.. once you start reading you don't feel to do anything expect reading the book. its an awesome book. And also the Best Series released in INDIA. . :) Must Read. . :) --Sudhakar Mar 20, 2013

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