If you are a true book lover, then there is no introduction needed about Amish Tripathi, the man who made mythology retelling the new love for many. Here we are with the article about the complete list of books by Amish Tripathi with a detailed review of each book. After reading the reviews, we are sure you will love this modern mythology writer and books by Amish Tripathi.
- 1 Amish Tripathi Books
- 1.1 1. The Immortals of Meluha (Shiva Trilogy 1)
- 1.2 2. The Secret of The Nagas (Shiva Trilogy 2)
- 1.3 3. The Oath of the Vayuputras (Shiva Trilogy 3)
- 1.4 4. Scion of Ikshvaku (Ram Chandra series 1)
- 1.5 5. Sita: Warrior of Mithila (Ram Chandra series 2)
- 1.6 6. Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta (Ram Chandra series 3)
- 1.7 7. Immortal India: Articles and Speeches by Amish
- 1.8 8. Legend of Suheldev
- 2 CONCLUSION
Amish Tripathi Books
1. The Immortals of Meluha (Shiva Trilogy 1)
This is the First book by Amish Tripathi and the first part of Shiva Trilogy. The story is about Shiva a normal human being just like us without any power and his transformation from a Human Being to The God of Gods.
The story is about Shiva the Chief of Gunas, a tribe from Mount Kailash. Here Shiva is trying to protect his tribe from the foes and to do so he accepts the proposal to migrate to Meluha, the richest and most powerful empire in India.
When Shiva and his tribe entered Meluha, Ayurvati one of the best doctors in the world gave Shiva and his members Somras. After consuming Somras Shiva’s throat turns blue, which shows the signs of Neelkanth the warrior and soon Shiva with Nandi is sent to Devagiri the capital city to meet Emperor Daksha.
After seeing the Neelkanth of Shiva Emperor Daksha found that the search of the God finally ends and Shiva will save the Chandravanshis and Nagas. The book takes you on a beautiful journey of Shiva his finding of the true self, Undying love for Sati and The real difference between Good and Bad.
2. The Secret of The Nagas (Shiva Trilogy 2)
The Secret of The Nagas by Amish Tripathi is the second book in the series of Shiva Trilogy series. The story continues from the leftovers of The Immortals of Meluha.
Here Shiva and Sati both start their journey from Swadweep to Kashi and many other kingdoms with an aim in mind to find and kill the evil Nagas who killed Shiva’s best friend, Brihaspathi.
As he is in his journey to kill the Nagas, he meets the Nagas Queen and the Lord of People, many secrets are revealed in it, and so-called friends become foes and foes became friends. The book is the beauty by Amish Sir and is well-written part two of the series.
3. The Oath of the Vayuputras (Shiva Trilogy 3)
The Oath of the Vayuputras is the third and the final part of Shiva Trilogy here every mystery has been solved, and Shiva comes to know about the real evil “Somras” and its ill effects on the people of India and how it lead to the birth of Naga babies due to it.
After knowing the real cause, the holy war was declared. As the battle continues Shiva travels to the land of Pariha to consult with Vayuputras and by the time he returns, the was has been ended which caused a big impact to Shiva and results in the destruction of Melha by Shiva.
This part is the conclusion of The Shiva Trilogy with the last book being a little slow and lengthy compared to the first two.
4. Scion of Ikshvaku (Ram Chandra series 1)
Scion of Ikshvaku is the fourth book by Author Amish and first in the Ramchandra series the book about the characters of Ramayana. Scion of Ikshvaku is based on Ram, the legendary Indian king regarded as an incarnation of Vishnu.
The story begins with King Dashrath of Ayodhya being defeated in a war by Lankan trader Raavan, and the birth of his son Ram then following his childhood, Politics surrounding him of being the King of Ayodhya, His relationship with his brother Lakshman and wife Sita.
The book is good and with the good writing style and engaging narration, but it may disappoint many.
5. Sita: Warrior of Mithila (Ram Chandra series 2)
Sita: Warrior of Mithila is the second book in the Ramchandra series as every book in the series is based on one of the character of the Ramayana this book is based on the story of Sita.
The story starts with how Janak, the king of Mithila and his wife Sunaina during a trip, find a child on the road, being protected by a vulture. They adopt the child and name her Sita then her days in the ashram of Rishi Svetaketu, where she learned about martial arts and gains knowledge on different subjects befriend with Radhika, and her cousin Hanuman.
Then her return to Mithila, her marriage alliance with Ram through a Swayamvar and many more to go when you read it.
6. Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta (Ram Chandra series 3)
Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta is the third book by Amish sir in the series of Ram Chandra and the book is based on the inside and not so known story of Ravana the greatest evil of all time.
The book is about the backstory of Ravan about his childhood, and He was power-hungry from childhood. Ravan a child born as Naga and kept secret from others in his tribe and when his brother is born as Naga as well then his fight with the tribe to protect his brother.
His work as a smuggler at the tender age of ten and how he protects his family and conversion from a trader to the greatest king and his war story with Dashrath, the king of Ayodhya and his desire to marry Sita and many stories.
7. Immortal India: Articles and Speeches by Amish
Immortal India is the first non-fiction book by Amish Tripathi(Author Amish). The book is about India, a culture that witnessed the dawn of civilisation. That witnessed the rise of other cultures and watched them turn to dust.
The book is divided into 4 sections Religion & Mythology, Social issues, History and Musings. He did full justice with his non-fiction debut the book shows the greatness of India and its rise and dust.
8. Legend of Suheldev
Legend of Suheldev is the newly released book by Amish Tripathi. This book is launched in 2020, and here I am with my review about Legend of Suheldev.
The book starts with the attack of Turkey on Somnathji Temple and looting it, which results in the killing of many great Indian Soldier one of them being Malladev elder brother of Suheldev the prince of Shravasti.
The book is about the vengeance of Suheldev against the Muhammad of Ghazni and to protect his country from Muhammad of Ghazni and his army.
The book is above average and is good to read within a total of 34 chapters and 300 pages. The Character of Abdul, Suheldev and many more are very well written and a good book to read.
This article consists of the complete list of must-read Novels by Amish Tripathi with a complete review about all the books by Author Amish, and here we have listed all the books from The Immortal of Meluha to The Legend of Suheldev. Here we will add more upcoming Author Amish Tripathi books with review in the list.