If you are any kind of book lover, you must have heard/seen enough about the Shiva trilogy. With high expectations, I opened ‘The Immortals of Meluha‘. And the book lives to it’s expectations.
In a nutshell, the book assumes that Shiva was some rajnikanthish hero who lived ages ago and did enough deeds that he transcends the border between myths and legends into godly reverence. And I find no reason to think this to be impossible.
That is the main aspect which makes the book so enthralling – myths and stories about Lord Shiva with which you grew up suddenly fall together in one ultimate grand story of a great hero with all bollywood style masala added in. Amish has crafted a masterpiece with character drawn from our rich mythology to produce an engrossing epic.