Immortals Of Meuha Analysis

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The Immortals of Meluha’- Review by Gaurav Sharma

The Immortals of Meluha is the first book of Shiva trilogy.The story navigates us across a wonderful journey of a place named Meluha.
Meluha is an imaginary land.The land is the habitat of Tibetan Tribes.Lord Shiva is the ruler of Tibetan Tribes.Shiva ascend to the

journey of being Lord by his character,deeds and destiny.

The writer has intelligently used the story of mythology and ornamented it with his exceptional writing skills and creativity. The

result is an intelligent combination of imagination and reality. This is a story of the transformation of an ancient barbarian yet

bold tribal ruler who resided at Kailash Parvat Mansarovar into Mahadev,The lord of the lords.
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The book begins when tribal(Tibetan ) ruler-Shiva gets into dilemma when Nandi offers him and

his tribemates of Gunas to get shifted to Meluha.The Meluha is situated near Harappa, Indus valley.Nandi hails from Meluha.The meaning

of Meluha is a land of pure life.Nandi requests Shiva to help the fellow Meluhans in their fight against their enemies and other

odds.

Lord Ram established Meluha many centuries ago. Meluha happened to be a welathy,prosperous,organized and a perfect kingdom until

particular issues started disturbing its harmony,peace and the perfection. The scarcity of Somras was one of the main problems.
Somras is a water potion which reduces oxidants of the body and helps in increasing the stamina,quality and the longevity of life.

Somras was being prepared by the water of Saraswati.The gradual extinction of Saraswati river was also one of the major worries.On top

of that the repeated attacks by rival Chandravanshis on Suryavanshis with the help of Nagas were the central point of their problems.

Meluhans used to believe that whenever the power of evil would become extreme and reach threshold then they will be saved by a man
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Daksh,who was the King of Suryavanshis used to invite various tribes to stay at Meluha to search a saviour for Meluhans. His search

comes to an end when he meets Shiva. The Rest of the story is based on how Shiva stands upto his title of Lord or Mahadev.

Review:

The most likable point about the book is its simple language which makes it a huge success.All the Characters communicate in a

language which is spoken and understood by the common people. The writer did not get overwhelmed with the fact that he was writing for

god like legendary figures.The writer did not assume that the legendary characters should have a very animated language. The writer

even used the words like "shit" and "damn it" very often with the character Shiva. Often, when reading this book you may reach into

the feeling of a trancscendental state.The mesmerizing imagination coupled by the beautiful writing creates a divine effect on the

reader.

All the characetrs are created with perfection. Each single piece of page has its own written screenplays which lures the reader

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