Mar 28, The book gives the readers ample and rich information about Vedas, Vedic people who are said to possess more spiritual and scientific knowledge than what. May 4, In The Krishna Key, the protagonist Saini is accused of murdering his close friend and stealing a sacred seal supposed to unlock the secrets of. The Krishna Key by Sanghi Ashwin from Only Genuine Products. 30 Day Replacement Guarantee. Free Shipping. Cash On Delivery!.
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During the last decade the situation has been improving and many writers of commercial fiction have emerged. Every character had a ashwi back story that weighed heavily on their actions and reactions. I’ve lost count of the number of things I heard for the first time and never thought of before.
I mean, what on earth was that???
The Krishna Key | Ashwin Sanghi | Book Review
I couldn’t care less about whether Ashein Saini was killed by the psychopath or whether he got to solve the mystery. A mercenary, a secret group, a professor of history There were too many questions that were unanswered.
One has got to be living under a rock for the past decade to miss all the glaring similarities this book has with Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.
Not a peep about the seals or the Krishna Key after that. Anyhow, whichever book it was, Ashwin Sanghi is hugely inspired by Dan Brown, if I may say so, and I say it with all the good things in mind.
An Interview with Ashwin Sanghi – Author of “Krishna Key”
An okay read but definitely not a memorable one. To ask other readers questions about The Krishna Keyplease sign up. The Krishna Key is a work of fiction and should be read as such.
Does the plot sound familiar to you? However, with some help, he manages to deal with everything and arrive at the truth. As he journeys to an ancient culture, he gains powerful and practical wisdom.
Nov 23, Karthick rated it really liked it Shelves: In essence, The Krishna Key is a fast pace thriller which will give you an adrenaline rush. A college professor who knows everything, a killer who kills in broad daylight, a femme-fatale who is a Krishna devotee, a tough honest cop whose staple diet is almonds plus cigarette, a gangster from Mumbai, a corrupt cop who is a CBI director and sundry other funny and useless characters that neither contributes to the story line nor takes the narration forward.
All these incoherent crap is inserted in a wafer thin storyline. Murder mystery colored with history and religion Krishna. And old book with which I only recently came into contact with my family not being the type to gif I liked it coz I had forgotten most of it: But when i think of how the book bored me especially in the second half i think the rating i gave is what it deserves.
Names of characters were switched around in places, and overall a certain tautness was lacking in the book. Plagiarism is strictly prohibitied. Spot on, beautiful artwork from Gunjan Ahlawat. But The Krishna Key has its roots in the history of not just ancient Indiansbut the people from adjacent civilizations as well.
Zara and I broke up four years ago. Vijay put his phone down and sat thinking. So we begin with a Mr. You can check in any time but you can never leave! Rajaram if you can find it.
Jul 04, Vikas Singh rated it it was amazing Shelves: It does not claim to be a scholarly work and hence I would refrain from using it as a guide to our mythology or theology. They are absolutely stunning and make you wonder about the truth we have been hearing to all our lives. At times it was tough separating facts from fiction.
An Interview with Ashwin Sanghi – Author of “Krishna Key” – Hues of A Soul
Sanghi stated that he “wanted to do krshna story in connection with the Mahabharata, but not retelling of the epic which has already been done” and undertook a month’s research, saying that he “had to be extremely cautious in dealing with this topic as we put a premium on personal belief and faith”. They are perfect to read after those heavy reads that take a lot out of me as a reader.
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 cowherd and and butter thief character was established by villagers to attract audience?! How does this book compare to the Shiva Trilogy by Amish Tripathi?
Apr 23, Shravanthi rated it it was amazing. My first novel was a book called The Rozabal Line. I personally feel that ashdin couldn’t have been a better ending and the second half is equally thrilling. Dec 05, Neeleisch G rated it really liked it.