The book gives the readers ample and rich information about Vedas, Vedic people who are said to possess more spiritual and scientific knowledge than what. Ashwin Sanghi’s best-selling thriller The Krishna Key will be adapted into a movie and a web series, Eros International announced on Monday. Ashwin Sanghi’s first novel, The Rozabal Line, was self-published in under his The Krishna Key, Ashwin’s third novel, is a furiously paced and riveting.

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Ashwin Aswhin brings you yet another exhaustively researched whopper of a krisgna, while providing an incredible alternative interpretation of the Vedic Age that will be relished by conspiracy buffs and thrilleraddicts alike. 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.

A brave attempt nevertheless, and a thumbs up to Ashwin Sanghi.

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Set up a giveaway. I daresay that some of the blogs and articles were more interesting than this charade of a novel. It is the eternal quest for the next earth-shattering premise that keeps my creative juices flowing. So assume nothing – Just pick up the book and give it a shot – I am pretty sure you will not be disappointed!

Kailash, Somnath temple, Mathura, Vrindavan, Kalibangan, among others. One thing which I really liked about this book is that in the beginning of every chapter, the story of Krishna kriehna written in a short and concise way.


The protagonist is Ravi Mohan Saini, a historian who is accused of murdering his close friend over an ancient artifact which is eventually a part Introduction: It is an excellent mix of sci-fi, fantasy, action and adventure, something like Dan Brown’s writings. Dec 05, Neeleisch G rated it really liked it. He has acknowledged this on his website. So we begin with a Mr. Five 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.

Kriwhna from and sold by Amazon. This style of presentation is alien and made-up. At too many places the book points an ugly finger at the beliefs of religions other than Hinduism.

The Krishna Key

It does not happen in India this way. While it does not have the same controversial impact as that of the Da Vinci Code, you would surely not want to miss out on catching up on your mythology. Besides being a businessman, Ashwin manages a parallel career as writer of fiction.

Imagine, if you will, an Indian cop who says things like – ” Cat got your tongue? The character of Taarak Vakil which starts out as a dreaded villian seems to get lost taking orders from his spiritual boss and gets into the role of a mere side-villian after half of the novel.

I was disappointed 2. A well researched, great plot, average writing, yet immensely readable.

Nov 15, Harish Challapalli rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Comical ideas that Vishnu ashsin Shiva are the same energies in opposite direction are mentioned. I appreciated the coauthorship with James Patterson on another book and read the great reviews on this author himself so I dived into this book. Humanity despaired of its fate if the Blue God were to die but was reassured that he would return in a fresh avatar when needed in the eventual Dark Ageā€”the Kaliyug.


You are commenting using your Facebook account. The narration is so tedious that the same “facts” appear and reappears millions of times in the book. It becomes apparent the author has written this novel with an international audience in mind. The sanghj fixation with symbols and Maths and relating every single thing to mythology is annoying and most of the times you just flip through pages when he attempts to corelate and perhaps thinks that he is solving a mystery.

Overall, I give it a 2. Dan Brown Books Lovers. There are thousands out there – All you have to do is to “Google it”!

Ashwin is also working towards a Ph. View all 28 comments. It failed to to give me those goosebumps-inducing moments that I have come to associate with books of this genre or make me care about the characters or the mystery.

aehwin If the answers to these questions are YES, then this is definitely a book for you. Jan 20, Selva Subramanian rated it liked it. I only hope, he becomes as famous as Amish Tripathi. He has set a style of his own and it is awesome.