The book gives the readers ample and rich information about Vedas, Vedic people who are said to possess more spiritual and scientific knowledge than what. Ashwin Sanghi’s best-selling thriller The Krishna Key will be adapted into a movie and a web series, Eros International announced on Monday. Ashwin Sanghi’s first novel, The Rozabal Line, was self-published in under his The Krishna Key, Ashwin’s third novel, is a furiously paced and riveting.
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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.
The novel is about sangi come in late August and I have already pre-ordered it from Flipkart due to sm reason. I was disappointed 2. The story tends to give in too much of information citing facts and evidences.
Jul 27, Bhavin Antala rated it it was amazing Shelves: The author took the former as a theme and befit the later into it. View all 7 comments. Other than that wonderful characterization right from the self-made Priya alias Mataji and her devoted disciple Taarak.
I really liked the strong female character played by Radhika Singh. To be honest, I wasn’t very disappointed. I think Indian writers like Ashwin and Dr. Can I say, sahghi much? Your email address will not be published. Although I did not much like this book, I loved to read about the author.
It also means, we don’t get to spend enough quality time with any of the characters to be able to develop an attachment to them, and end up not caring about anything that happens to any of them – One of the characters nearly dies in an avalanche! Already this has been said by Dan-brown, Mr. It was an amazing read right from the beginning till the endwithout a moment of ennui. Learn more about Amazon Kriehna.
Ashwin Sanghi’s The Krishna Key to be adapted by Eros as movie, web series
Oct 25, Confirmed Neurotic rated it did not like it. Email required Address never made public. Ashwin lives in Mumbai with his wife, Anushika, and his eight-year old son, Raghuvir. Finance from the Yale School of Management. This book is a definite no for people who get krishhna offended on the basis of religion and for people who take things a bit too seriously. And it has a perfect ending. Can’t shake of the feeling that Mr. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Nov 04, Dimple rated it it was amazing.
The characters are convincingly real. I have read his The Rozabal Line 4 stars from me and found it super-cool Partly that is because our publishing industry believed that commercial fiction was best left to foreigners.
Are you being paid to endorse these products, Sanghi?? Better luck next time, Mr. Writing is plain and lucid. Well, nonetheless, the kirshna is author’s treat to us, and I, as a matter of fact, truly loved it, savored it, devoured it.
I always entertain the hope that there will be readers who will use the novel as a starting point before embarking on research of their own. I won’t waste space pointing out the innumerable similarities between the Krishna Key and the Da Vinci Code, as it’s been done to death by the other reviewers on Goodreads.
Do you like fast-paced stories that actually make you wanna flip the pages and find out what happens next? When I get home from work, I am relieved to retire to my study and get lost in my fictional world of fantasy, mythology, history and conspiracy.
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Formatted like a Dan Brown thriller, peopled by caricatures and two-dimensional characters, and dis? Please read it atleast for the facts that every Indian should know. The entire story revolves around how Saini can prove his innocence, outwit his enemies, and at the same time solving- What is the legacy that Krishna left behind for us?
Ashwin Sanghi’s style of developing a plot shares some similarities with Dan Brown’s style kgishna which Sanghi is called Dan Brown of India. But my common sense tells me Ravi Saini should have found this odd at the time.
A novel is like a set of busy road junctions. Currently reading his Chanakya Chant. With the terrific sales volumes that my last three books have achieved, I am more than happy with the results. A ‘petrol pump’, which is the standard term used in India, instead becomes a “gas station”.
The Krishna Key | Ashwin Sanghi | Book Review
Various mini characters historians and scientists, mainly have their kwy too in providing the historical and mysterious flavour to the story. But this book turns out to be a slightly less than what I have expected. This isn’t so much a novel as one giant-ass lesson in history, mythology and theology.