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The Oath Of The Vayuputras (Marathi) is the final book of the Shiva Trilogy by the author, Amish Tripathi. Picking up from where the previous book left off, this intriguing novel commences with Shivas discovery that Somras, the alleged healing potion, can prove to be fatal. Shiva then declares war on the Emperors, Daksha and Dilipa, and their kingdom of Meluha, claiming to fight anyone who continues its usage.
While the imminent battle rages on, Shiva travels to the land of Pariha to consult with a legendary tribe called the Vayuputras. There, he meets his maternal uncle, Mithra, who is also the Chief of the tribe. Mithra recognizes Shiva as the true Neelkanth and gifts him the Pashupathiastra, a weapon of mass destruction.
This final book in the trilogy explores how Shiva uses his weapon in many of the perilous situations that he faces along the story. The Oath Of The Vayuputras (Marathi) is an attempt by the author to render ancient mythology for contemporary generations.
Born on 18 October, 1974, Amish started life as a finance veteran and eventually transformed into a breakthrough Indian author. He made his way on to the bookshelves for the very first time in the February of 2010. He abandoned his 14 year career in finance when the first book of the Shiva Trilogy, the Immortals of Meluha was released and followed it up with the Secret of the Nagas and the Oath of the Vayuputras.
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