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India, a culture that witnessed the dawn of civilisation. That witnessed the rise of other cultures and watched them turn to dust. It has been celebrated and attacked. Admired and vilified. But through all these millennia, after all the ups and downs of history, it's still here! And now, after a few centuries of decline, it's driving a new dawn once again. Ajanaabhavarsh. Bharat. Hindustan. India. The names may change, but the soul of this great land is immortal.
Amish helps you understand India like never before, through a series of sharp articles, nuanced speeches and intelligent debates. Based on his deep understanding of subjects such as, religion, mythology, tradition, history, contemporary societal norms, governance, and ethics, in Immortal India: Young Country, Timeless Civilisation, Amish lays out the vast landscape of an ancient culture with a fascinatingly modern outlook.
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September 08, 2017
The best thing about Amish's writing is that they never fail to make you think differently. When I read 'The Immortals of Meluha' my perspective about Indian mythology was enormously impacted and the book gave me a new point of view to the stories which were rather just tales for me. Since I have...
September 18, 2017
Yet another brilliant work from Amish. The book is above 188 pages and has four sections- Religion & Mythology, Social issues, History and Musings. He connects with readers very easily and I somehow end up agreeing with him. There are many things one can learn from this book and can visualize...
September 04, 2017
Taking just the name “Amish Tripathi” is itself self-explanatory and makes you appreciate the revolution and surprise that he brought in the Indian publishing market with his Shiva Trilogy which is still talked as if it got released last week. After publishing 5 fictional mythology books, Amish T...
November 13, 2017
3.5/5 Usually I avoid reading anthologies but I have found Amish to be both fresh and sensible in the few talks that I have listened. This book is divided into broader topics like Religion, history, social/political issues and some personal musings and to his credit, Amish is always non-partisan...
September 12, 2017
My rating 4.5/5
Having read his books which are mostly mythology and historical fiction, this non-fiction collection of his articles written for various periodicals comes across as a breath of fresh air. It somehow showcases a very different side of the author, one that is not visible while readin...
October 08, 2017
"अमर भारत" पिछली शिव और राम शरंखला से बिलकुल अलग बहुत से लेखों और वकतवयों का संगरह है,लेकिन आप इसे उबाऊ भाषणों की किताब समझने की गलती कतई न करें,कयोंकि यहां आपके दिमाग में चलने वाले और समाज में उठने वाले परशनों, मुददों, और बहसों को बहुत ही तारकिक और उदारतापूरवक परसतुत गया है न कि थोपा गया है,यह क...
November 08, 2017
'Immortal India' is the first non-fiction written by the author of bestseller fictions, Amish. His previous books include five bestselling fictions of The Shiva Trilogy and Ramchandra Series. All his works reflect his knowledge of Indian history and mythology as well.
As the title of the book sugg...
October 02, 2017
As the blurb points out, this book is a compilation of articles and speeches (of Amish) covering myriad topics across history, mythology, social issues, and religion.
The book begins with a section on Religion and Mythology. Amish speaks about his faith, the way he is a devotee of Lord Shiva. Then...
September 12, 2017
The first non-fiction from the man who brought us the mythological genius that is the Shiva Trilogy - Immortal India, is a collection of his newspaper articles, talks, and debates.
It is only but natural that all chapters have a mythological twist to things - that is after all, Amish's USP.
September 08, 2017
The book gives his insights into the various matters related to Indian religions, current social issues, civilizations, and pre and British Era India. He explains the Shiva's and Ram's ways of life, masculine and feminine ways of life etc. He also provides the reason for choosing strong female ch...