CHARACTERS È The Krishna Key

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CHARACTERS È The Krishna Key Ì ⚣ [PDF] ✅ The Krishna Key By Ashwin Sanghi ✰ – Citybells.co.uk Five thousand years ago there came to earth a magical being called Krishna who brought about innumerable miracles for the good of mankind Humanity despaired of its fate if the Blue God were to die but Five thousand years ago there cam[PDF] The Krishna Key By Ashwin Sanghi Citybells.co.uk Five thousand years ago there came to earth a magical being called Krishna who brought about innumerable miracles for the good of mankind Humanity despaired of its fate if the Blue God were to die but Five thousand years ago there came to earth a magical being called Krishna who brought about innumerable miracles for the good of mankind Humanity despaired of its fate if the Blue God were to die but was reassured that he would return in a fresh avata.

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R when needed in the eventual Dark Age—the KaliyugIn modern times a The Krishna Epub / poor little rich boy grows up believing that he is that final avatarOnly he is a serial killerIn this heart stopping tale the arrival of a murderer who executes his gruesome and brilliantly thought out schemes in the name of God is the first clue to a sinister conspiracy to expose an ancient secret—Krishna’s priceless legacy to mankindHistorian Ravi Mohan Saini must breathlessly dash from the submerged remains of Dwark.

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The Krishna KeyA and the mysterious lingam of Somnath to the icy heights of Mount Kailash in a uest to discover the cryptic location of Krishna’s most prized possession From the sand washed ruins of Kalibangan to a Vrindavan temple destroyed by Aurangzeb Saini must also delve into antiuity to prevent a gross miscarriage of justiceAshwin Sanghi brings you yet another exhaustively researched whopper of a plot while providing an incredible alternative interpretation of the Vedic Age that will be relished by conspiracy buffs and thriller addicts alike.

CHARACTERS È The Krishna Key Ashwin Sanghi—entrepreneur by day novelist by night—has all the usual ualifications of an Indian businessman Schooling at the Cathedral John Connon School a BA Economics from St Xavier’s College and an MBA Finance from the Yale School of Management Besides being a businessman Ashwin manages a parallel career as writer of fiction Ashwin’s first novel ‘The The Krishna Epub / Rozabal Line’ was orig.

10 Comments on "CHARACTERS È The Krishna Key"

  • Samadrita

    CHARACTERS È The Krishna Key The Krishna KeyOne 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


  • Mith

    CHARACTERS È The Krishna Key The Krishna KeyI hadn't read any of Sanghi's books before picking this up but if his writing skills in the Krishna Key is anything to go by then I can safely say I dodged a couple of bullets I won't waste space pointing out the innumerable similarities between the Krishna Key and the Da Vinci Code as it's been done to death by the other reviewers on Goodreads Instead let me put together a list in no particular order of stray observations I made while reading this book It's going to be a LONG one so please bear with me Or skip to the end for the TL;DR version 1 If anybody is labouri


  • Bookish Indulgenges with b00k r3vi3ws

    CHARACTERS È The Krishna Key The Krishna KeyDo you know what is Lord Krishna’s best kept secret Well there are 4 seals which once put together will point you towards that secret Professor Varshney is one of the few who knows about this secret and he has a safety net He had sent the clues to the secret to four of his most trusted friends When he is murdered the safety of this secret lies in the hands of those four people but even they are turning up deadWhen bodies start dropping around him Professor Saini is one of the main suspects while little do authorities realise that Professor Saini is one of the targets too In order to save himself from the ac


  • Confirmed Neurotic

    CHARACTERS È The Krishna Key The Krishna KeyThe Krishna Key is an utter waste of time Before I started this book I was told that the writer has two bestsellers about Christ and Chanakya in his resume` Moreover my interest was also piued by the YouTube advertisement of the book that popped up a few times when I was trying to watch some popular videos So I got this book from Delhi Railway station during my recent Delhi Mumbai journey mainly because I shuddered at the thought of a dreadful 24 hour journey in an eually horrible train The Golden Temple ExpressIn any case The Krishna Key is nothing than a incoherent rambling of a Pro Right wing mind I am not sure whether the author understand the meaning of research or whether mentioning some so called research papers of dubi


  • Ujjawal Sureka

    CHARACTERS È The Krishna Key The Krishna KeyGenre Thriller Mystery CrimePublication Date 2012 The book is packed with history suspense crime and emotions The approach to the storyhistory and the character who is a scholar turned detective reminds me of Dan Brown style writing The parallel running of stories of Krishna and that of the protagonist is exciting The back stories and the plot twists makes the book very engaging and interesting Its a great read and has also opened my eyes to the fact that historical figures are much than they appear and so are we


  • Dimple

    CHARACTERS È The Krishna Key The Krishna KeyThe Krishna key came to my rescue through a newspaper read reviews and decided to read it The notion about this book and Ashwin Sanghi that it's an Indian version of Dan Brown's work is absolutely correct but this fact doesnt make the work of Sanghi inferior in any manner Infact the INDIAN thing made it much interesting as we could relate to everythingThis story is based on our Ancestral Hero KRISHNA and it clears all the misgivings that has been there regarding MAHABHARAT and it's authenticity This mythological journey has been very enrichingand I actually read the story of MAHABHARAT which I wantedIt is full of suspense twists and turns with very interesting ending It made me realize the essence of life Simplicity


  • Vani

    CHARACTERS È The Krishna Key The Krishna KeyFive thousand years ago Krishna the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu left a legacy one that will befuddle men for ages until one man decides to unravel this secret Anil Varshney is an archaeologist and seems to have made some headway by discovering four seals belonging


  • Simran Khurana

    CHARACTERS È The Krishna Key The Krishna KeyI must admit that I picked up this book despite reading the reviews by other readers on Good Reads Why did I do so Well I am a history buff a conspiracy theory fan and revel in Indian literature I had already read Rosabal Line and Chanakya's Chant by Ashwin Sanghi so I thought 'Heck how bad could it be'Well I was wrong Mr Sanghi plummets to new depths probably deeper than the submerged site of Dwarka I have read up to page 120 and I decided that enough is enough I couldn't go on with this mind numbing stomach churning drivel any Scratching the wall with my nails would probably be bearable than reading this trashThat the book is a sordid rip off of the American novel The Da Vinci Code is a given almost every body has said that I wonder how he didn't get into trouble for Intellectual Property law The book meanders through a plot that is as insipid as flat Coke His main characters are clueless bungling fools who seem to be detached from real e


  • Vikas Singh

    CHARACTERS È The Krishna Key The Krishna KeyBackgroundAshwin Sanghi as it is being referred to for some time now is the Dan Brown of Indian adventure and this book puts a stamp on it After two bestselling titles Rozabal Line 2007 and Chanakya's Chant 2010 The Krishna Key 2012 is his 3rd book all of them under adventure genreCharactersProf and Historian Ravi Mohan Saini is the protagonist of this novel Juvenile Priya is his associate History is in their genes Then comes Inspector Radhika a toughen


  • Anand

    CHARACTERS È The Krishna Key The Krishna KeyThis is the first novel by the author that I read It did not disappoint The storyline and plot is extremely imaginative though I could not help seeing similarities between this work and Dan Brown's the da Vinci Code Obviously it is not to say that this is in anyway unoriginalThe storytelling and narrative is extremely fast paced taut and smooth and the book flies The way the author has juxtaposed ancient Hindu scriptures and believes into modern day notions of science almost beguiles the reader into believing this fictional tale It is an excellent mix of sci fi fantasy action and adventure something like Dan Brown's writings The research into ancient scriptures and Indian mythology is deep unlike many newbie authors who end up being shallow in such departments The gist of the plot is succinctly captured in the blurb so I am not going into any of it here Instead I must comment