A mythological fantasy
A tale of Devas and Asuras, where in the mythical planet of Dhruva-Lok, rests Lord Shiva's Trishul which no one has been able to wield in centuries. With prophecy, oath, boon and curse, the stage is set for a heroic clash between justice, duty and love!
Who wields the mighty Trishul?
Which side will Lord Vishnu take in an inevitable war?
Will a righteous one do adharma to honour his oath?
Will injustice be done to a lower class student?
Will a king be chained to his son's love?
Who upholds Dharma, and who falters?
Book One takes you to the origin of this epic journey. The forces of Devas and Asuras, laid out in flesh and blood are rising to discover their powers. A fierce battle lies ahead as the destinies of everyone are about to collide. A war story on what it means to be human!
A FORGOTTEN TALE OF
DEVAS & ASURAS
Devas and Asuras are after Lord Shiva's mighty Trishul.
Who will wield the Trishul?
The King of Devas
The Mightiest Asura
A princess torn in love and fate
The prophesied prince who bears the burden of expectations
Lower--class fighter who seeks to alter his destiny
A righteous one tied by
his oaths, his curse
Lord Vishnu's avatar who has a
promise to fulfil
A braveheart warrior who seeks justice in revenge
A mythical planet far far away ...
Power is neither good nor evil. Its possessor makes it so!
If you uphold dharma when it is difficult, it shall protect you when it is impossible.
Death is not the enemy; it is inevitable. Fear is the real enemy. Never be its slave.
We are the artist, karma is our brush and life is the art.
Emotions can never be subdued indefinitely. They have to be conquered.
Time is a stubborn illusion, as elusive as our consciousness.
Power intoxicates men. It ignites the urge to dominate and compels you to abandon self-restraint.
Destiny is a river flowing through its natural course, towards the ocean. Our actions and determination are like obstacles in its path which can force the river to meander, or at times even alter its course.
Not all dreams come true but always keep your heart open to dreams. For as long as there’s a dream, there is hope, and as long as there is hope, there is meaning to life.