A few years back I saw this book storming around all the book shops Shiva trilogy! The Epic! Amish! Amish!.
I ignored this book because I was born in India. I have seen a lot of tv shows related to Lord Shiva and Vishnu’s Indian mythology.
But recently my friend told the glimpse of this story.
“Shiva is a human leader of the little tribe, their livelihood near the Lake at the foot of Mount Kailash”. Also, he described the mountain peaks and snow poured on the mountains.
I was impressed by his way of interpreting the story like he was going to Mount Kailash.
Next day I went to nearby triplicane and searching 2nd handbooks in the platform.
Bingo!!! I saw The Immortals of Meluha
Started Reading…reading… reading…(Gosh! it is too interesting)
Completed in 3 days(whenever I got Free time and my reading pace)
Genre: sci-fi and self-help
Best Time: Reading while travelling
I was amazed when I read about the high society created by earlier pandyas from south India.
Characteristics of Shiva
Shiva is a broad Minded person. Extremely sensitive to the surrounding and keen observer because he is a barbarian living in the ice-cold region. Expert swordsman, soulful dancer and Well known about the Energy!
When custom followed by a group of people for longer generations it is hard for them to think out of the book.
90% of people are prisoned with the customs and they’ve become loyal to it even they give life or take life for it.
10% of people will think out of the book but they are overrun by the majority.
How Lord Ram Created the concept of Vikarma to balance to society.
Comment: WOW seriously it opens the door to understand how beliefs created in this society.
Comment: Great Scientific and logic explanation
Most Interesting Characters
#1 ‘whether a man is a legend or not is decided by history, not fortune-tellers’
#2 A most powerful force in a man’s life?’
‘It is his intense desire to impress the person he loves most’
#3 A most powerful force in a woman’s life?
‘Is the need to be appreciated, loved and cherished for what she is.’
#4 ‘If you want something from someone, you have to give that person something they want.’
#5 ‘Whatever appears as the unshakeable truth, the exact opposite may also be true in another context. It is the context or perspective that you’re looking from that moulds which particular reality you see.’
#6 Being different doesn’t mean it is Evil (simplified)
Thank you for reading
“Believe In Force”
Also, check Part 2 – The Secret of the Nagas