For all the SHIVA lovers in the house. Today is the day for you.
What makes us believe in lord shiva so much, why he rules out every other god from Indian mythology, where one has too many faces. His cool image behind of our heads holding chillam, “yeah, sure!”. But what more is there behind this man who named as “Mahadev, Devo ke dev”.
My journey took me to this amazing book,“Shiva Trilogy” by Amish. The existence of god has always been a question for us. Do they existed? How did they looked like? Did all this really happened? The fight between the inner soul to accept the stories that we been listening from our fathers and grand fathers, is just so hard to believe. The Shiva Trilogy brings us the world created by Amish’s imagination, from the characters that are known to us since our childhood days. A barbarian from Himalayas, his journey to city of Ram , on way got lovestuck with the woman of his life and so on to the path of finding evil and destroying it. All in all as we Indians like “Chatpata Masala book”.
What is so special about this book, that I would recommend you to read it. First of all, m no book worm, second I haven’t really completed any book or novel in my life, yeah ! it includes school textbooks too. But now I guess i’m upcoming book worm. The journey of a normal man, just like one of us with a physique so appreciable to a normal human eyes, a man who fell in love with a woman so hard, that nothing in this world could stop him, the perfectionist dancer who could perform the mighty dance of Nataraj and last but not least “the destroyer”. The one who holds the enigma within to destroy the evil.
At some point in our life, we can all relate to Shiva’s life. This journey will take you to “Immortals of Melhua”, “The Secret of Nagas” to “The Oath of Vayuputras”. This adventure will surely lead you the enlightened world of how a normal man like us turned to a god.
So who have already read this, good for you and those who haven’t, It’s never too late. Now, my only question to you is. Do you believe in Lord Shiva? If you dont, “HAR HAR MAHADEV”.