The third book of Amish Tripathi's Immortals of Meluha series. A visit to the city of Devagiri by Shiva and the Gunas allows them to see the real reason behind Meluha's isolation from the rest of the world. The immortals reveals the startling discovery that the entire story of Shiva's mission to protect the land and save Meluha is made fictional. His mission is to protect Devagiri so that the Meluhans can have peace within its walls and be safe from the outside world.
The second book of Amish Tripathi's Immortals of Meluha series. Shiva lives with the Guna tribesman while learning about their lands. When the Gunas realize that Shiva is the Neelkanth and that he's been entrusted with the protection of the land of Meluha, they are a little frightened. However, once at Meluha, Shiva sees that the Meluhans are fast living an isolated way of life that has left them vulnerable to outside intruders.
The fourth book of Amish Tripathi's Immortals of Meluha series. Due to the war between the Chandravanshis and the Nagas, the sacred river Saraswati has dried up, causing a crisis in the land of Meluha. Shiva, chief of the invincible Gunas, is sent to Tibet in a desperate attempt to reconcile the Nagas. However, during his journey, he discovers how poor the Meluhan empire has been in its effort to contact the outside world.
The first book of Amish Tripathi's Immortals of Meluha series. Shiva learns that Shiva is the only one who hasn't been afflicted by the evil entities that plague all who come in contact with it. He tries to get Shiva to reveal himself, but Shiva refuses. He then realizes what Indian medicine actually is, and that even Shiva shares the blood that is causing the plagues to the mortals.
In May 2012, author Amish Shah`s book was serialized on Amazon.com for 7 months simultaneously in multiple Indian languages. The book was named after characters in the story. The book consists of two parts, The Immortals Of The Meluha and Guns Of The Meluha. 7211a4ac4a