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She fights the assassins valiantly, but is killed. The war ends with Sati's death, but an enraged Shiva decides to use the Pashupatiastra to finish Devagiri forever. Parvateshwar, Anandmayi, Veerini decide to stay back in the city and die with it, but Kartik persuades Bhrigu to remain alive and share his vast knowledge with future generations.

Shiva unleashes the astra and ends Devagiri's history, along with the Somras manufacturing units hidden beneath the city. In the epilogue, Shiva retires to Mount Kailash where he lives the rest of his days peacefully, though missing Sati every day. Ganesh, Kali and Kartik become renowned as Gods for their prowess, all over India. They take revenge for Sati's death by wiping out the whole clan of the Egyptian assassins. Bhrigu continues teaching and collates his knowledge in a book called Bhrigu Samhita.

Sati's death is not forgotten and she is later renowned as Goddess Shakti , and her ashes are spread throughout India, in places later known as Shakti Peethas Seat of Shakti.

It is revealed that in order to ensure that the Somras is not mass-manufactured again, the course of the Yamuna is turned towards the east, thus drying up the Saraswati River.

Characters and locations[ edit ] Tripathi believes that "Myths are nothing but jumbled memories of a true past. A past buried under mounds of earth and ignorance.

He is a Tibetan immigrant to Meluha and the chief of the Guna tribe. On arriving in Meluha and consuming the Somras a potion , his throat turns blue making him the Neelkanth of the Meluhan legend, which speaks of the appearance of Neelkanth as a destroyer of evil. The Meluhans end up believing that Shiva would be their saviour. Shiva searches for the source of Evil, and deciding that it is Somras which would destroy India, he declares war to eradicate the drink completely. His deeds and accomplishments in saving India from its dangers makes him the Mahadev Great God.

Shiva falls in love with her and marries her.

Sati is a skilled swords-woman and is very brave since childhood. She assists Shiva on his journey to destroy Evil, but dies a valiant death while saving her people from a group of assassins.

Her death becomes a trigger for the wars to cease. She is later renowned as Goddess Shakti , and her ashes are spread throughout India, in places later known as Shakti Peethas Seat of Shakti.

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Kali was born with two extra functioning appendages, hence she was ostracized from society and declared a Naga. A very hot-tempered woman, Kali assists and helps Shiva in his journey to destroy Evil.

Kali is later renowned as a Goddess. Ganesh was raised later by Kali, and they created the formidable Naga army. Ganesh becomes an ardent follower of Shiva and Sati, and later comes to be renowned as a God.

Kartik recognizes the importance of preserving Shiva's legacy by not destroying everything in Meluha. He later moves to South India and is renowned as a God there. A loyal devotee of Shiva, who is often considered for his opinion and suggestions by Shiva.

He was later renamed as Veer Bhadra, a title earned by once defeating a tiger single-handedly. He is quick tempered and is husband to Krittika.

She is like a second mother to Kartik and is the wife of Shiva's best friend Veer Bhadra.

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She does not have children as she has become infertile due to the adverse effects of Somras. Though he does not believe the legend of the Neelkanth, he believes that Shiva is capable of taking Meluha to its new glory. As soon as I started the book, I knew something was wrong. Instead of the story being about Shiva and his ultimate, glorious triumph over evil, we were being told that, suddenly, the balance between "Good" and "Evil" had been destroyed and that Shiva must rise to the occasion quickly and remove "Evil" and restore "Good" All this was told over 50 or so pages with the words "Good" and "Evil" being thrown in my face about 20 times per page.

I know right?

Ooooh, an elixir that gives you immortality and perfect health! A vague and half-assed explanation was given about how that though the Somras is beneficial to some, it can cause side-effects among others Nagas, Brangas and so, even though it started out as "Good", it has now out of nowhere been declared as "Evil" and must be destroyed.

Actually, no, let me correct myself. It wasn't declared "Evil" out of nowhere. Don't even get me started on the contrivances in this book. Apparently, it was all planned from the beginning that Shiva was going to be the Neelkanth.

Tripathi even changed his publisher and hosted a big launch for the book in Delhi. It was critically appreciated by some Indian reviewers, others noted that Tripathi's writing tended to lose focus at some parts of the story. Later Shiva takes his troop of soldiers and travels far east to the land of Branga, where he wishes to find a clue to reach the Naga people.

Shiva also learns that Sati's first child is still alive, as well as her twin sister. He relied on his knowledge of geography and history to expand the locations visited in the story. The book was released on 12 August , and was published by Westland Press. Before its release, the author confessed that many revelations would be present in the book, including the true nature of many characters.

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Two theatrical trailers were created for showing in multiplex cinema halls, as Tripathi believed that the film-going audience also reads his books, and that would create publicity.Following what happens in the life of Shiva, the plotline and the geography of the story was expanded to venture into unknown territories. The Shiva trilogy chronicles a battle against evil.

He believes that the Somras is never Evil, and hence mobilizes the war against Shiva. There he meets the chief of Vayuputras, Mithra, who turns out to be his maternal uncle. Ranjan Kumar Singh. Almudena Mei. He explained that since Shiva is a mortal in his series, he would have a fitting epilogue in the book, with many of the loose ends of the plot finally being deciphered. In the epilogue, Shiva retires to Mount Kailash where he lives the rest of his days peacefully, though missing Sati every day.

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