One of India’s bestselling authors, Amish Tripathi, announced the release of his book Immortal India at a Facebook Live session in Mumbai. The book also happens to be his first non-fiction book marking his entry into the segment.
Commenting on his foray into non-fiction, Amish said, “I am excited to step into the non-fiction genre with Immortal India, and I am eager to see how my readers react to this book.”
The book comprises of articles, speeches and debates based on Amish’s understanding of religion, mythology, tradition, history, contemporary societal norms, governance and ethics. It celebrates India’s survival through millennia – from the dawn of human civilization, its attacks and celebrations to the modern outlook.
Immortal India is for anyone who is looking to gain a deeper understanding of India and its past – the burning issues in history, culture and the vedic world. Through his first non-fiction writing, readers get an understanding of the author’s thoughts and ideologies on India. It also contains his views on topics ranging from religion and LGBT rights to history and feminism.
“It encapsulates my thoughts on various issues confronting India, based on my knowledge and understanding of our mythology, philosophy, history and culture,” says the Shiva Trilogy author.
The book brings together the author’s narrative style, with his thoughts on a wide array of relevant subjects, which, in short, are ideas on what makes India immortal. Immortal India will be released on August 21st, interested readers can pre-order it here.