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THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES
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Genre: Literature & Fiction, Politics & Society
Language: English
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Description of "THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES"

'The Horned God Chronicles' is a project taken up by the author to look deeper into history and mythology in a quest to understand the harmonic relationship between Society and Mother Nature.

In the first book you will find some strings of thoughts although random but honest insights into the world-around-us and the universe-inside-us. These thoughts are some of the cookies that will be relished by your mind provided your mind knows to eat. Here you will get food for thought.
I don't guarantee that you will like the taste because your mind may be a better cook than mine, but then you are always free to write to me at rudra@aghorasunited.com so that I can improve my writing skills.

In this book, I present to you the struggles of aboriginal tribes of Indian subcontinent during the Aryan Invasion. Beginnings of a long struggle and competition between Brute Force, Rational thinking, Beliefs, Faiths and Blind Faith. I have deliberately kept it short as it will be serving as the platform for the thoughts flowing in my mind.

Raghu, the son of Solankhis Clan Leader, Dilipa hardly knows what he will have to go through to save his clan from a few invaders, who might be scientifically weaker but are too cunning for the truthful and righteous people among whom he has spent all his life till now. His chance encounter with a Sage reveals a whole new world of possibilities in this 1st book of THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES. With the wisdom of elders and his own courage, he takes the responsibility of Clan Shaman's secret on himself in a time when danger lurks all around as men who are filled with lust of Power will go to any extremes to meet their own ends. Will he be successful in receiving the blessings of Lord Pashupati?

About the author(s)

A B.Tech in Electronics and Communication with an experience of around 6 years in different fields of work, decided after giving a try to 'Making a living' that he was not Living, but surviving. Deciding to not just survive but live his life by following his passion so that he can enjoy every second of his life.

When asked who he is, he said:

"One human among seven billion others.
Quest to understand one's real self has been a never ending quest for Human Species.

When you ask, "Who am I?", the answer is "Who am I".
Just the question mark is the difference between the question and the answer. That is the only difference between asking and knowing.

The answer is, "WHO AM I". "

Book Details
ISBN: 
9781481042970
Publisher: 
Aghoras United Publications
Number of Pages: 
91
Dimensions: 
5 inch x 8 inch
Interior Pages: Black & White
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
Availability: In Stock (Print on Demand)
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Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by mannytart
26 December 2012 - 8:44pm

Simple, informative, well written and amazingly vast store of info. Waiting for the part 2. Would really love to read through this series. when can I expect the part 2 release?

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by paulatuned
22 December 2012 - 2:20am

Superb!!! The story enchanted me and felt like I was myself going into a trance. Best part is that the size of book makes sure that you read it asap and also keeps teasing you about what is next as such stories may be common in India but in UK, i haven't read something like this in years. Superb!!!

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by kapilgoel1
12 December 2012 - 10:42pm

Just read the comments already posted and I agree completely with almost all of the. The story is one of the best works of Fiction based on History and Mythology. Best. yes, that is what i said. Best ever in that category.

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by kapilgoel1
12 December 2012 - 10:36pm

It has been ages that I read a book that actually pulled me into it. A rare and amazing work. the best thing is that it is a series. The book just kept me glued to it till I read the last page and since then I have been craving for more. Though there are a few spelling mistakes, but luckily they are quite small enough and do not change the effect that seems to be intended by the author.

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by montypython
10 December 2012 - 1:05am

Yes, I am also waiting for the 2nd part. hope it comes out soon. This story has gripped me so tightly that I keep wondering what coming up next. can u tell us when we can expect the release of Part 2?

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by Arvind23
9 December 2012 - 8:46pm

waiting for Part 2. When are you releasing the 2nd part of the series? Its tough to wait. Really tough. Raghu comes in my dreams these days

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by komaljaiswal
6 December 2012 - 1:58am

I agree with the comments of other readers and want to tell you that I really liked the book a lot. Is it your first book? as i didn't feel that.

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by Linda123
2 December 2012 - 2:50am

I must say that you should send this as an entry for the competitions. Its an amazing idea seen from an awsome perspective. I am sure you will be selected for a prize.

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by bobdilon
1 December 2012 - 12:24am

Simply Awesome. The way of presentation and the story line is just awesome. Keep it up. You are going to be famous. Just remember not to let the fame get to your head

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by Arvind23
29 November 2012 - 6:42pm

Though it is a fiction, most of the points are in accordance with the history. I agree that its tough for most Indians to accept that they were migrant tribes looking for better avenues which led them to much civilized Indus Valley Civilization. At last somebody had the courage to pick such a controversial topic and for that I salute you Rudra.

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by Linda123
29 November 2012 - 7:07am

This topic has always been avoided by Indian historians. Where were you hiding Rudra. I searched on google and came to know that this is your debut novel. wanted to tell you that you are one of those who are rare but when they arrive they change the whole publishing industry. Wish you all the luck.

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by simon679
29 November 2012 - 2:37am

I do not know much about the translation thing as i m not in India, but you should do everything you can to get more audience for such interesting topic

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by jessica84
29 November 2012 - 2:35am

I too have seen this happening in India. The demand for Hindi translations is much higher. And Tony is right about that u shouldn't limit the number of your fans just because of the language

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by tonydonn
29 November 2012 - 2:33am

I just discussed with one of my friend who is in publishing bussiness and got to know that over the years he has seen that out of 100 people 90 prefer Hindi. So its kind of a must-do thing as u shouldn't have lesser audience just because of the language

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by tonydonn
29 November 2012 - 2:13am

Rudra, I have a request( i won't call it advice). I recommended your book to some of my friends but in India, English is not very commonly used language. People still don't understand it to that level. I request you to translate the book in Hindi too.

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by jessica84
29 November 2012 - 2:08am

Oh sorry for the last post. I got the mail id of the author and have mailed him, so please ignore the last post. Also I xcame to know that he will be releasing the 2nd part in around 2-3 months. i am waiting for that eagerly.

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by jessica84
29 November 2012 - 2:07am

i missed asking this in the review I posted. Does anyone knows the Author? I found some sites but am confused. please share the info if you know him/her

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by jessica84
29 November 2012 - 2:03am

Right Tony. I would say that the few spelling mistakes are not an issue as the information i got is just priceless. Its so neat and well presented. didn't give me a chance to think anything else

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by tonydonn
29 November 2012 - 1:59am

Just a few spelling mistakes, that I won't blame the author for them. The content is too good and too well presented. i searched a lot for more books by this author. please let me know if anyone knows that.

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by montypython
29 November 2012 - 1:55am

What can i say about this. The content and way of presentation is just awesome. too good. Rudra, I think you didn't contact any mainstream publisher. did u??

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by simon679
27 November 2012 - 4:36pm

Didn't know India had authors like Rudra. Keep it up.
Indian mythology has always kept the West mesmerised but this is a completely new angle to it. I don't think many of us knew much about the Aryan invasion and the subjugation of the original inhabitants.

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by chaliedalton
26 November 2012 - 12:09am

Rightly said Shipra. This series is going to be an epic in itself. It is something I was looking to find some day and seems that the day has arrived. SImply awesome

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by shipra
24 November 2012 - 6:59pm

A really courageous effort to standagainst the Hindutva leaning authors and talk about a theory that many still consider a myth.

What if its a Myth? Ok, let me put it the other way around. So people say its mythology and that is the reason not to believe in this theory of Aryan Migration.

From that point of view 'Ramayana' is a mythological work.
or you may take the example of 'Mahabharata', the greatest epic ever written. Its mythology right?

So I see this as an effort to really stand up for one's beliefs. It needs a lot of faith and courage to do that. Keep it up Rudra. Wish you all the very best

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by mahima
24 November 2012 - 11:22am

A very good start to what seems to be a story that'll keep you on your toes. Rudra maintains a steady pace that keep you glued to the novel. As most of us want to read a novel that acts like a stimulant for your mind. Thos one will stimulate not only your brain but your heart as well.
Already waiting for Part 2 of the series,

Re: THE HORNED GOD CHRONICLES by beastmachine
23 November 2012 - 2:59am

Though historians have been up in arms fighting on the point that if there was an aryan invasion or is it a myth but when u read this book, read it with an open mind as the author has not written history. its fiction. See it as that and you will enjoy every part of it. The characters have been chosen after good research on alternate names and author has made every possible effort to link a broken part of Indian history. Even if it didn't happen here, it happened in the Author's mind which acts as a parallel universe as the characters of Vedic ages come to life in this novel. Waiting for the 2nd part of the series. Keep it up. and all the best.

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