The Immortals of Meluha.
‘Shiva rocks. Just how much Shiva rocks the imagination is made grandiosely obvious in The
Immortals of Meluha... Shiva’s journey from cool dude... to Mahadev... is a reader’s delight...
What really engages is the author’s crafting of Shiva, with almost boy-worship joy’
— The Times of India
‘The story is gripping and well-paced. An essentially mythological story written in a modern
style, the novel creates anticipation in the reader's mind and compels one to read with great
curiosity till the end. The end, however, is a cliff-hanger and leaves one thirsting for more.’
— Business World
‘Amongst the top 5 books recommended by Brunch... the story is fascinating.’
— The Hindustan Times
‘...has philosophy as its underlying theme but is racy enough to give its readers the
adventure of a lifetime.’
— The Hindu
‘Amongst the list of favorite holiday books of 2010. A fast-paced story, you are bound to
read it cover to cover in one sitting.’
— The Deccan Chronicle
‘Much before the box-office verdict on Rajneeti and Raavan became apparent, Indian
readers gave a thumbs-up to The Immortals Of Meluha. Its author Amish, an IIM graduate,
created a delightful mix of mythology and history by making Lord Shiva the hero of his trilogy.
The first part has been on the Indian bestseller charts for quite some time now.’
— The Indian Express