SHIVA TRILOGY

  • Amish Tripathi: There aren't many extremist in India, it is a miniscule number; we are not Syria or Pakistan February 18, 2015

    Jaipur: One might think that Amish Tripathi, author of the hugely popular Shiva trilogy, took a big risk when he decided to write on mythology in his first book- but the author himself doesn't feel so. An IIM Calcutta graduate, Amish Tripathi's first book 'The Immortals Of Meluha' - narrating...
  • JLF 2015, Day 3, behind the scenes: Amish Tripathi's sister is a fan of his books; Shashi Tharoor attracts amateur paparazzi January 24, 2015

    Jaipur: We got a chance to catch up with Amish Tripathi before his big event where he announced his next book series and pleaded him to give us some details. "My publicist is hovering around, If I tell you anything, I might be killed," said Tripathi with poker straight face....
  • My books are a small contribution to Shiva's glory: Amish Tripathi March 30, 2013

    Author Amish Tripathi joined IBNLive readers for an interaction on his book 'Shiva Trilogy 3: The Oath of the Vayuputras'. Q. Why did Shiva break his word to Vayuputras? Was this not a deviation from the character that has been depicted of him that the is always true to his words...
  • FTN: Is Indian writing in English now commercially viable? March 14, 2013

    In what is being touted as the biggest advance paid to an Indian author by a home-grown publishing house; Amish Tripathi, author of the Shiva trilogy, has been given Rs 5 crore as an advance for his next series. ...
  • Shiva trilogy author Amish signs Rs 5 cr deal for his next series March 5, 2013

    With the concluding book of his Shiva trilogy, "The Oath Of The Vayuputras" now flying off bookshelves, banker turned author Amish Tripathi has managed to clinch a landmark deal of Rs 5 crore with Westland Books as advance towards his next series, even though he still hasn't decided what it...
  • Author Amish Tripathi signs Rs 5 cr deal for his next series March 4, 2013

    Bestselling author Amish Tripathi has just signed a whopping Rs 5 crore deal for his next series. This comes as his final book of the Shiva trilogy releases. Following is a transcript of his interview with CNN-IBN: CNN-IBN: Do you already have some ideas in mind what your next book is...