THE SECRET OF NAGAS 2011 EDITION FREE BOOK PDF

THE SECRET OF NAGAS BY AMISH TRIPATHI

THE SECRET OF NAGAS BOOK DESCRIPTION :-

The Secret of Nagas, available in PDF, is the sequel of The Immortals of Meluha. The book talks about how Shiva uncovers some deep secrets about the Meluhan empire, where the royalty is addicted to the miracle drug, for which they even go to the extent of committing a murder, or fighting a war.

In the first book, Shiva is portrayed as a Tibetan warrior who comes to be treated as Neelkanth by the Meluhans. They believe he is the one to to save them from the crisis situation. The suryavanshis are being attacked by the Chandravanshis along with the Nagas. Shiva agrees to lead their army. Meanwhile, he falls in love with the Meluhan princess, Sati and they get married.

The Secret of Nagas continues at the point where Shiva is observing the Naga who’s stalking Sati. He tries to get hold of the Naga unsuccessfully, but finds some coins that belonged to the Naga. Shiva recognizes them to be from the land of the Brangas. He sets off to Kashi with Sati and some people to meet the Branga community which resides there.

The Secret of Nagas was published in 2013 and talks about Shiva’s journey throughout India to find the truth and solve the countless mysteries lying around.

The Secret of the Nagas is the second book of Amish Tripathi, second book of Amishverse, and also the second book of Shiva Trilogy. The story takes place in the imaginary land of Meluha and narrates how the inhabitants of that land are saved from their wars by a nomad named Shiva. It begins from where its predecessor, The Immortals of Meluha, left off, with Shiva trying to save Sati from the invading Naga. Later Shiva takes his troop of soldiers and travels far east to the land of Branga, where he wishes to find a clue to reach the Naga people. Shiva also learns that Sati’s first child is still alive, as well as her twin sister. His journey ultimately leads him to the Naga capital of Panchavati, where he finds a surprise waiting for him.

Tripathi started writing The Secret of the Nagas while the first part of the trilogy was being released. He relied on his knowledge of geography and history to expand the locations visited in the story. The book was released on 12 August 2011, and was published by Westland Press. Before its release, the author confessed that many revelations would be present in the book, including the true nature of many characters. Two theatrical trailers were created for showing in multiplex cinema halls, as Tripathi believed that the film-going audience also reads his books, and that would create publicity.

The Secret of the Nagas was in high demand before its release, with 80,000 copies pre-ordered. The book quickly reached the top of best-seller listings, selling 95,000 copies the first month, before going for a re-print. As of June 2015, over 2.5 million copies of the Shiva Trilogy have been sold at gross retail sales of over ₹60 crore (US$8.0 million). Although the book was commercially successful, The Secret of the Nagas received mixed reviews from critics. While it received praise for its “impressive conception” and story development, it also received criticism for Tripathi’s usage of non-literary language.

Continuing from The Immortals of Meluha, Shiva, the fabled savior of the land of Meluha, rushes to save his wife Sati from a Naga who escapes, leaving behind coins with strange engravings. After consulting with Sati’s father Daksha and Dilipa, the king of Ayodhya, they come to know that the coin belongs to King Chandraketu, the ruler of the land of Branga in Eastern India. Shiva and Sati travel to Kashi, where a community of Brangas inhabit, in order to get more information on the Nagas. They are accompanied by Shiva’s general Parvateshwar, associates Nandi and Veerbhadra, Ayurvati the doctor, and Bhagirath and Anandamayi, the prince and princess of Ayodhya. At Kashi, Parvateshwar is mortally injured in a riot at the Branga community. Their leader Divodas gives Parvateshwar a healing herb which works. Shiva learns from Ayurvati that the herb is only available at Panchavati, the capital of the Nagas. Divodas explains that they get the herbs from the Nagas due to a plague infesting Branga. Shiva decides to travel to Branga and Divodas orders special ships to be made for the journey.

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