Thursday, 27 August 2015

BookSpotlight :: The Great War of Hind by Vaibhav Anand

“In the beginning, there was no such thing as heaven or hell. All that there was then, was earth… There are raconteurs and mischief-mongers in our ranks and I have no doubt they shall pervert the truth with their self-serving versions. The events of history – this history of our land – shall thus inevitably have many versions, doubtless. But, I was there with General Ramm, I fought by his side…”


— Sanjaay, official chronicler of General Ramm

Around 12000 B.C., Hindustan as we know it today (or Hind), comprised five kingdoms of man, sandwiched between Parbat – the kingdom of the Gods in the north, and Lunka – the kingdom of the
demons in the south. The ‘Legend of Ramm’ unravels the story of the military general called Ramm in the kingdom of Ayodh and how his actions came to define our world as we know it today.


"The Great War of Hind draws you in from the get go... Look forward to the next one in the Ramm series!"
-Tanuj Khosla, Founder, OpinionCircuit.com



Vaibhav is a marketing professional working with an MNC by day, blogger/ writer/ poet by night.
Author of the bestselling If God Went to B-School, Vaibhav is also one of the top contributors to
Faking News, the satire portal. An avid bibliophile, Vaibhav lives on books, food and oxygen – in
that order.

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