The final book of the famous Shiva Trilogy, the Oath of Vayuputras was published on February 27, 2013 and completes the story about a nomad named Shiva and how he saved the inhabitants of the imaginary land Meluha.
This book also reveals Shiva?s questions about his own fate, the choices he made in past and about karma. He is also seen reaching Panchavati, the Naga capital and gathering forces to fight a holy war against his archrival, a man whose name resonates with rage and fierceness.
With this commences a series of brutal wars and battles. The battles are synonymous to torture and brutality, it may perhaps end by engulfing numerous lives; but Shiva has to prevail amidst all odds. It is in this desperation that he reaches out for help to the Vayuputras.
Will truth prevail and brutality be dead? Will Shiva be able to be victorious? Unearth these answers in this concluding part of the Shiva Trilogy?The Oath Of Vayuputras.
About the author:
Amish Tripathi, an IIM Calcutta graduate, gave up a successful banker career of fourteen years to pursue his passion for writing. Born and brought up under Hindu traditions, the writer draws inspiration from the legend of Lord Shiva, something that he has famously woven into a best selling fantasy fiction trilogy. As an author of best sellers, Forbes India has even included him among the top hundred celebrities of India.
- Reading level:?18.00 years
- Paperback:?575 pages
- Publisher:?Westland; Reprint edition (27 February 2013)
- Product Dimensions:?12.9 x 3.8 x 19.8 cm