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Are you being paid to endorse these products, Sanghi?? Later on, of course, this is explained. He bombards the readers with loads of information at every chance he gets which makes his character seem odd and out of element.
An Interview with Ashwin Sanghi – Author of “Krishna Key”
It is an adrenaline rush in the beginning but for the last pages or so I was too tired to sink in the information. Ashwin Sanghi, as it is being referred to for some time now, is the Dan Brown of Indian adventure, and this book puts a stamp on it.
Private India Written by: I am afraid the audience isn’t very willing to accept such a sudden switch. Who would have known the significance of number and how this single number could be the explanation of The Big Bang? Also a symbol was stamped into his forehead and a Sanskrit verse written on the walls.
But Radhika and Saini? It might be connected to Krishna as well. So when you write the numbers 7,8,6 in Hindi and you bring them closer, you get this: Now, coming to the plot, the main character “Ravi Mohan Saini” has a friend “Anil Varshney” who has recovered a base plate and 4 seals that fit in it and has disintegrated it and given it to some close friends including Ravi.
An Interview with Ashwin Sanghi – Author of “Krishna Key” – Hues of A Soul
It was really a great learning experience too as I didnt know most of the things written about Krishna and Mahabharata I really felt guilty sometimes while reading as I didnt know about one of the greatest e Just one word for this one – Awesome!!! When he is murdered, the safety of this secret lies in the hands of those four people, but even they are turning up dead. I found it more in liasion with Angels and Demons.
If anybody is labouring under the delusion that this is a book with a plot or a story, filled with action, intrigue, conflicts, resolutions and happy endings, let me stop you right here. All of a sudden, with nothing leading to it whatsoever, they’re in love now! My Rating – 4.
What preparation did he have to do? And it is good fiction. See how smart I am?!?!?!
If you thought 3 is too high – I rated it 3 for the sheer dedication that the author has put in to do the required research to make a piece of fiction look like a documentary. The only thing isof many things he mentionedI am not sure what sources are credible and what are fiction he wrote for the sake of book!
I don’t reach often but this book has kept me hooked. The chase and the hunt begin as Professor Saini tries to bring together all the four parts and put together the Krishna key.
No, that’s for you to find out. And also why is that Krishna himself tells about Radha, him being a butter thief and cowherd but the author contradicts himself later in the story saying Radha is a fictional character brought by 12th century poet Jayadeva in poem Geeta Govinda and his qshwin and and butter thief character was established by villagers to attract audience?!
And did I tell you my family is a bit, well, traditional? The idea of someone thinking of himself as the Kalki avataar seemed intriguing, and having a high interest in mythological fiction, I started this bo They always say learn by bg people’s experience and when you don’t pay heed to such advice, you end up reading stuff like Krishna Key.
If you are interested in learning about the kgishna of Krishna, better get hold of “Search for the Historical Krishna” by Dr.
Sanghi, towards the end of his triad makes a splendid job krixhna painting the Indian subcontinent in the light of historical fiction interspersed by archaeological and cryptic analysis.
But the numerous jokes and one-liners that he pulled out from email and SMS forwards in Chanakya’s Chant made me cringe although he did give due credit to each at the end of the book. When I wrote The Rozabal Line inno Indian author was exploring the fusion between history, theology, mythology and fiction.
I assume such a random and seemingly unrelated course was taken just to fill up the stipulated numbers of pages mentioned in the publisher’s agreement and writers contract.
The way the author has juxtaposed ancient Hindu scriptures and believes into modern day notions of science almost beguiles the reader into believing this fictional tale! Notify me of new posts via email.
The Krishna Key
Dec 18, Nikhil Harindranath rated it liked it. That one star is just for that idea in the Colophon. Zara and I broke up four years ago. Email required Address never made public.
The Krishna Key by Ashwin Sanghi
What might have built up between Priya and Saini was true and relatable. Every character had a good back story that weighed heavily on their actions and reactions.
Okay forget the glorious city that Krishna built. She sangh have insisted on joining Lakshman, as did Sita with Ram.