Amish Tripathi, is known for his distinguished style of personifying everything. And making the mysterious world of mythology a part of our daily lives. HIs fluid writing makes you a part of the book itself.
After working in the finance industry for almost 14 years, he finally found his niche. And we are lucky enough to taste his incredible writing.
List of Best Amish Tripathi Books –
1. The Immortals of Meluha (2010)Buy Now!
This is the first part of the Shiva Trilogy. The story unfolds by Shiva along with his tribe settling in the Meluhan KIngdom. Where he is considered to be the ultimate saviour of the Meluhans (Suryavanshis). As upon consumption of Samaras, also known as (elixir), his throat turns blue. Thus making the old fable come true. The fight against the Chandravanshis who has recently allied with the Nagas.
Make the Neelkanth realize that the world is not always black and white. There is always a deep underlying meaning hidden in life. With unexpected twists and turns, this book will keep you hooked to your seats and will take you on a path of self-discovery. This book is a star among the youth and is one of the fastest-selling books of India.
2. The Secrets of the Nagas (2011)Buy Now!
This is the second book of the Shiva trilogy. It begins right where its predecessor left off. This book is highly emotionally charged and will expose some shocking revelations. With Shiva being successful on his mission of saving Sati, and a step closer to finding who he really is. This book is a must-read for all the mystery lovers out there.
3. The Oath of the Vayuputras (2013)Buy Now!
The third and the last instalment of the Shiva trilogy. Amish Tripathi has left no stones unturned to give the book the massive climax it deserves. The death of Sati unravels Shiva’s world. His wrath, anger, and highly charged emotional loss and vulnerability touch everyone’s heart.
The book deals with the age-old topic of good over evil. But the real question is, whether it is really possible to judge what really is good and what really is evil, or is it just a matter of perspective. Well to find out on which side you are. You will have to definitely read the book and make your own conscious decision.
4. Ram: The Scion of Ikshvaku (2015)Buy Now!
With the massive success of the Shiva Trilogy, Amish Tripathi set out to discover yet another mythological adventure. This is the first part of the Ram Chandra series. The book does not portray Ram as a god. But as an ordinary man. Who has his own shortcomings and is equally vulnerable and needs help, and is not perfect.
This book deals with an extremely important topic. Of how sometimes it is important to break rules to serve justice. To attain peace for you and your family. And self-harm doesn’t do well to anyone.
This book is a must-read for all who are trying to figure their life out.
5. Sita: Warrior of Mithila (2017)Buy Now!
The second book of the Ram Chandra series deals with the life of Sita. She has never been portrayed like this before. Her life has never been easy. Right from birth, she had to fight for her very existence. With many ups and downs, she is a symbol of a true warrior.
With a perfect blend of strength and shyness, serenity, and power, Sita is a symbolism of, a modern-day woman. And inspires everyone to adapt something from her journey. Shout out to all the feminists out there is definitely a must-read for them.
6. Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta (2019)Buy Now!
The third book of the Ram Chandra series deals with our favourite villain Ravana. This book explores a side of Ravana that has never been dealt with before. It makes us think that nobody is born a villain. Society makes them into one. It depicts a beautiful relationship between him and his baby brother Kumbhakarna, showing his loving and caring side. But he can be as deadly and scary when it comes to taking revenge and protecting his loved ones.
Despite being the Lanka King. He was truly never happy. The one thing that money cannot but is love, which he craved the most. His unrequited love for Kanyakumari never came true, and thus when he saw Sita, he was shocked. To know why he reacted this way. You will definitely have to go through all the parts of the book.
The book is a whole roller coaster of emotions that will take you on a never-experienced journey.
7. Legend of Suheldev: The King Who Saved India (2020)Buy Now!
This is a story of vengeance. Where the brother of Suheldev gets killed by Mahmud of Ghazni while saving the temple of Lord Shiva. The story is set in 1025CE. It shows the journey of a fierce king who transformed the people and gave them the courage to fight against Turks.
Finally, in 1034, a fierce battle is fought at Bahraich in which Suheldev kills Jaichand. After this incident, the Somnath temple is reconstructed, and no foreign invader dares to look at India for the next 150 years.
This book is a perfect blend of fantasy and fiction and is the first release of the Immortals Writers Centre. The team effort has certainly paid off. And Amish Tripathi has once again done an incredible job of bringing history to our modern world.
8. Immortal India (2017)Buy Now! Buy Now!
Amish is not afraid to explore. This is his first Non-Fiction and, I can vouch that he has done a splendid job. He has taken a unique approach to present India authentically. This book is an array of interesting articles, vibrant speeches, and stimulating debates. And it truly brings out the patriot in each one of us.
To all the Indians out there. It is time to put on your thinking caps and appreciate how much, India has urbanized yet keeping its old charm alive.