{download Textbooks} The Chronicle of Sapta Sindhu Author Aporva Kala – Sisnlaw.co.uk

The Chronicle of Sapta Sindhu The book is perhaps, India s first proto historical novel and tells us the tale of the people of Indus Valley and its adjoining cities It tells us a story of how the people of Sapta Sindhu, untie to face the challenges of natural disasters and the Greek invasion, in the year BC A wonderful tale of valor, adventure, faith, love, romance, wars, peace, Rudreeshwar, the discovery of Sanjivini,Wars at Zahaden, Zarang and Zabol all in AfghanistanIt also helps us understand the political development of our nation Also, the Rig Veda and Avesta Zoroastrian holy book find a prominent place in this book In times like these, the book talks of the places like Iraq Mesopotamia , Iran Arianna , Plains of River Helmand Afghanistan Syria, Jordan, which were, once he cradle of civilization and are now termed as a rogue nations In today s times of wars and strifes the book talks of peace and culture

10 thoughts on “The Chronicle of Sapta Sindhu

  1. Anup kala Anup kala says:

    A must read after the misinformation and childish story telling of the trilogy of certain writers will give my detail review after i write down one One thing is certain though, i learnt how nations are formed and develop, after reading this book Having finished reading the book on kindle, i can now write my views The book has authentic base to it and

  2. Charuchandra Charuchandra says:

    amazing.thrilling.adventure.political and religious novel

  3. Mentor Basic Mentor Basic says:

    A wonderful historical novel which seems so tuned to the present day affairs of the world Mr Kala does it again after his immensely readable life..love..kumbh..It beats the trilogy of Amish in terms of the vast canvass, depth of ideas, authentic historical research, language, and ignores the mumbo jumbo of religion The book also tells us that Proto Shiva was ind

  4. sushma kala sushma kala says:

    Coming after the different books trying to interpret the history of India Pakistan Iraq Iran..this book is a whiff of fresh air I loved the way the author weaves a fiction on the backdrop of the authentic history of Asiaeven the names of the villages are true and one of the families mentioned in the book, who is known for its expertise of Terracotta art still lives in

  5. Aporva Kala Aporva Kala says:

    The HT Hindustan Times city calls it a book to look forward to follow the link..http paper.hindustantimes.com epape The HT Hindustan Times city calls it a book to look forward to follow the link..http paper.hindustantimes.com epape

  6. Wondereader Wondereader says:

    a good historical thriller which is ancient as much as modern The challenges, problems ad issues that the author examines are relevant even today, as they were thousands of years ago A must read for the historical political development of South Asia India, Pakistan, Iran, Iraq

  7. Sanjay Pharasi Sanjay Pharasi says:

    amazing historical thriller by kala.MUST READ..

  8. ini ini says:

    A fictionalized account of the proto history of Indian sub continent It foresees a Greek attack before The attack by Alaxander. Kala writes with aplomb, giving us a pee kinto the lives, customs and the wars of the people of Sapta Sindhu and their relations with the people of Arianna A must read to know how we have evolved as a nationHIGHLY RECOMMENDED..

  9. Aana Aana says:

    wonderful historical fiction, highly recommended Kala s writing style is smooth and idea have depth Tells us the proto history of the south asian nations Must read go for it.

  10. Ravi Kumar Ravi Kumar says:

    excellently writtenhats off to Aporva Kala..well woven plotintriguesspy networkGhandymedesNerooKusturbooo..hmmm.remind us of something great going Aporva Kala.i loved the book

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