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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The plot, in itself, is not very complicated. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Dan Brown Books Lovers. Free with day Trial Membership details Membership details A day trial plus your first audiobook, free.
To that extent, I see myself as successful. Forget about it, just because “The Krishna Key” is ashwim on a “story” of historical conspiracy doesn’t elevates it to the standard of “The Da-Vinci Code”.
The Krishna Key
krisnha I drank every night to forget her, I called, I messaged, and stalked her on social media. I m bound to say that he is the Dan Brown of India UTV has purchased the movie rights to the book and a film based upon the story is expected soon. Only, he is a serial killer. The entire story revolves around how Saini can prove his innocence, outwit his enemies, and at the same time solve what has been baffling historians and conspiracy-theorists for centuries – What is the legacy that Krishna left behind for us?
In spite of having done all this research i would say that the krkshna could not bring all the information in a more reader friendly way into the book. Historian Ravi Mohan Saini must breathlessly dash from the submerged remains of Dwarka and the mysterious lingam of Somnath to the icy heights of Mount Kailash in a quest to discover the cryptic location of Krishna’s most prized possession.
Though I am Indian, I have some problem with Indian writing style. Also, huge radiation levels in various places of India where there are temples of Shiv made me jolt.
Like I said at the start, this is not a book for everyone. Am still in utter shock. It’s because none of them make an impression on the reader of any sorts. And there is a reason for that – It is Good! This mentioning appears at many chapters.
Jan 25, D. Also the narration of Mahabharata can be done with pictures as prologue to each episode. You are commenting using your Facebook account.
The Krishna Key – Ashwin Sanghi
Commercial fiction is one route. Yes, it’s a Krishna based story but of modern times. The writing is awful.
Well researched book on Krishna and India, a tad too detailed, but definitely cannot be missed. When I get home from work, I am relieved to retire to my study and get lost in my fictional world of fantasy, mythology, history and conspiracy. Oct 25, Confirmed Neurotic rated it did not like it. This is the first novel by the author that I read. But the numerous jokes and one-liners that he pulled out from email and SMS forwards in Chanakya’s Chant made me cringe although he did give due credit to each at the end of the book.
Overall it was an amazing book and is one of the rare oneswhich I want to read again in another few years.
The author took the former as a theme and befit the later into it. It was really a great learning experience too as Sanhhi didnt know most of the things written about Krishna and Mahabharata I really felt guilty sometimes while reading as I didnt know about one of the greatest e Just one word for this one – Awesome!!!
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However, with some help, he manages to deal with everything and arrive at the truth. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The aashwin I’m saying this is because of the tale he has written and also how he ktishna written. Not a peep about the seals or the Krishna Key after that. It gave it the goal they were all searching for. They always say learn by other people’s experience and when you don’t pay heed to such advice, you end up reading stuff like Krishna Key.
How did he convince those people to do this favour for him? I am still reeling under all the information and surprises and facts and fiction that Mr Sanghi has come up with in this book. The narration is so tedious that the same “facts” appear and reappears millions of times in the book. There’s no doubt about that. As a man with his own limitations and excellence.