The Chronicle Of Sapta Sindhu
The book is India's first proto historical novel, following the destiny of the people of Indus valley and their inter-linking with the people of Arianna and Mesopotamia.
Queen Kassanddraa has an evil eye on the peace loving Sapta Sindhu region. Enter Sushyont from Mesopotamia who is the son of kara Indash and is the rightful heir of the throne of Arianna. His grandfather the Captain is bringing Avesta , the holy book of Median rulers and he keeps it in the safe custody of Yatravalkaya, the acharya of Sapta Sindhu.
However things are not as they seem at Sapta Sindhu. Dhumbi, the dravid guru has been sentenced to seven year Kala Pahar and he seeks revenge from Yatra.
yatrayamini the daughter of Yatra is the incarnate of goddesses Shakti but even she cannot fight the fateful evils that befalls on her.
A deadly war ensues at the banks of Farah river and the plains of Helmand.
Sushyo is fighting only not for his survival but also to regain the lost kingdom of Arianna and to avenge his parents' death.
A bloody Saga of epic proportions by the master story teller Aporva kala.
Aporva wears many a hats. He has been a media man, a mentor, a yoga trainer and a teacher of philosophy. The quest of fictionalizing the ‘normal’ and look for the absurd made him pen his first book, ‘Life..Love..Kumbh..’ He followed it up with his second book, ‘Alchemsit of The East’ which he says was a part of his unlearning.
The present book is a result of a painstaking research in which he was guided by his grandfather’s research. Padm Shri Dr. S.C.Kala was a renowned historian, curator and excavator and has written books on the Indus Valley and the Harappan culture.
Aporva is single, explores various genres of fiction , and is ready with two books to be released next month, tentatively titled , ‘Black Coffin, Sweet flowers’.
He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. He is present at twitter aporvakala1.and at facebook, authorapurva.
- Paperback: 262 pages
- Publisher: White Falcon Publishing; 1 edition (2017)
- Language: English
- Author: Aporva Kala
- ISBN-13: 978-1947293663
- Product Dimensions: 14 x 1.3 x 21.6 cm
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