Legend of Suheldev: The King Who Saved India by Amish Tripathi

Legend of Suheldev

Legend of Suheldev: The King Who Saved India by Amish Tripathi

A Forgotten Hero. An Unforgettable Battle.
India, 1025 AD.

Everyone knows about the attacks by Mahmud of Ghazni on Somnath temple ( the magnificent Lord Shiva temple) but no one knows the whole story.

As the repeated attacks by Ghazni on Turkic hordes have weakened India’s northern regions, which made the way for their entrance to India. They invaded from the northern side and looted the areas, they wish to. The invaders lay waste to vast swathes of the subcontinent—plundering, killing, raping, pillaging. Some kings tried to fight but they fail to win, and Ghazni was the one who’s always winning the battles on another land. Turkic army who is repeatedly breaking all the rules to win the battle. One day suddenly the army raid, destroy, and looted infect sacks one of the holiest temples on the land of India.

After so many defeats a courageous warrior rises to defend the nation.

King Suheldev. (The ruler of the small kingdom)

The death of his brother prince Malladev dies trying to save the temple. He feels enraged and promises retaliation.

This blockbuster epic adventure of courage and heroism, a fictional tale based on a true story.

About the author

Amish Tripathi (born 18 October 1974) is the Director of the Nehru Centre in London and a columnist, and author. His first novel the Shiva Trilogy was published in February 2010. The second book in the series, The Secret of the Nagas, was released on 12 August 2011, and the third and final installment, titled The Oath of the Vayuptras, was released on 27 February 2013.

He is very well known for his books

The Immortals of Meluha, Scion of Ikshvaku, Sita: Warrior of Mithila, Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta, and Legend of Suheldev: The King Who Saved India.

His interest in writing encourages him to give up 14 years of career in financial service.  He is passionate about history, mythology, and philosophy, finding beauty and meaning in all world religions. Amish’s books have sold more than 5.5 million copies and have been translated into over 19 languages.

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