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The popular folklore around the tomb was that Jesus Christ had survived the crucifixion and lay buried in Rozabal.

With the terrific sales volumes that my last three books have achieved, I am more than happy with the results. The way he takes symbolism from one m Ashwin Sangji latest not only disappoints but also bores the living out of me. I was skeptical as to whether he is trying really hard to become Dan Brown of India.

The romance portions in asshwin novel were hardly existent. Refresh and try again. Ashwin Sanghi’s latest not only disappoints but also bores the living out of me.

The protagonist is Ravi Mohan Saini, a historian who is asbwin of murdering his close friend over an ancient artifact which is eventually a part of the mythical “Philosopher’s Stone”. I was also surprised that I didn’t know so many things about Indian history.

In modern times, a poor little rich boy grows up believing that he is that final avatar. What gave him the idea?

He bombards the readers with loads of information at every chance he gets which makes his character seem odd and out of element. Jan 30, Varunsp saanghi it it was amazing.

Krishnw was really a great learning experience too as I 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 epics but learning has no age – better late than never.


So why wait for sqnghi months? And yet, at the heart of it all, there lies tenderness Hat’s off to the originality!! Don’t get me wrong.

See all 6 questions about The Krishna Key…. Cheers to Ashwin Sanghi for this extremely researched and well thought-out book.

To that extent I had to depend on translations. The trajectories of Arvind and Arbaaz, both businessmen of a kind whose lives are unwillingly intertwined, ricochet off one another while they play out their sinister and murderous plots of personal and professional one-upmanship, all the while breaking every rule in the book.

If anybody is labouring under the delusion that this is a book with a plot or a story, filled with action, intrigue, conflicts, resolutions and happy endings, let me stop you right here.

Yawn inducing and totally unnecessary. Yeh he has put a lot of effort in the research department and maybe for that i would give him credit. Though I have to agree with the popular opinionthat the book is loaded with innumerable facts that one cannot digest in the first read, I have to say that this was what kept the plot going.

Sanghi stated that he “wanted to do a story in connection with the Mahabharata, but not retelling of the epic which has already been done” and undertook a month’s research, saying that sahghi “had to gy extremely cautious in dealing with this topic as we kriwhna a premium on personal belief and faith”.

But The Krishna Key is as fresh as Spring! One of a historian. Xshwin Kailash, the abode of Shiv, might be a man made creation. As far as the “ancient swnghi etc.

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Would strongly recommend to everyone. The only road that is relevant is the one that you happen to be on. Who was this mysterious caller? This book is a definite no for people who get easily offended on the basis of religion and for people who take things a bit too seriously. Lists with This Book. The author have taken that email and weaved the climax of this book around that email.


But when i think of how the book bored me especially in the second half i think the rating i gave is what it deserves. Jul 27, Bhavin Antala rated it it was amazing Shelves: A college professor who knows everything, a killer who kills in broad daylight, a femme-fatale who is a Krishna devotee, a tough honest cop whose staple diet is asjwin plus cigarette, a gangster ashin Mumbai, a corrupt cop who is a CBI director and sundry other funny and useless characters that neither contributes to the story line nor takes the narration forward.

Can Ravi Mohan Saini unravel this secret? Also a symbol was stamped into his forehead and a Sanskrit verse written on the walls. P I sanghii with what you said about the climax, the build up was more intense in my opinion! So overall, Kye would say that this book excels in aspects of research that ashwim gone into it and also its presentation.

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I love the Mahabharatha, and I loved all the little snippets about Krishna scattered at the beginning of each chapter though no connection to the plot and perhaps the connection of Mahabharatha and the character Krishna – who is a very controversial character helped make saghi book a little exciting. Because that’s how it’s supposed to be done!!!!!!! The final challenge was to map the research in a manner such that the average reader would not be overwhelmed with the breadth and depth of the information presented.

Although a particular chase did bother me and I’ve no idea why its there. Is Lord Buddha the 9th avatar of Vishnu??