6 May Even I read it because of all the hype but to be frank I didn’t like it so much. Of course I can’t deny that the author has put a lot of efforts in writing it by compiling . The Rozabal Line – Ashwin Sanghi. jannu sasidhar. Uploaded by. Jannu Sasidhar. 1 Chapter One Srinagar, Kashmir, India, The onset of winter in idyllic. 5 May The Rozabal line is a novel which revolves around the conspiracy theory of the alleged survival of Jesus from the crucifixion.

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The footnotes provided are really interesting and makes you question well-established notions and facts. The incidents in this book roabal more credible that in Chanakya’s Chant. This book on other hand had a context switch or a era change or whatever u call them every 20 words or so.

Very rarely do you come across a book of fiction so well researched. It was fascinating, yes. Overall, eanghi of the better popular fiction book coming out of India. And there follows a scream before the lady faints. I was pleased to find it available as an eBook on Amazon for Rs 58, when the physical book was priced at Rs in Flipkart.

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What lies in the box is a mystery for the readers to discover. Where to start, this is like a page novel where he introduced nearly characters, about places all around the globe and also just cuts across time zones and years for fun. Ashwin Sanghi—entrepreneur by day, novelist by night—has all the usual qualifications of an Indian businessman.


Books – Category Description. Well, it feels good to see that an Indian Author is coming up with a book which on the lines of authors like Dan Brown. The Rozabal Line 3. My recommendation – Don’t touch this book with a feet pole.

Work of fiction though it is, the narrative reads like a modern-day cold-blooded terror magaz The Rozabal Line isn’t just a book about the tomb of Rozabal in Kashmir. I was reminded of the movie Memento, where the director shows the sahwin in two different sequences, one chronological, and the other, in reverse order, with segments from the sequences being alternately overlapped.

It was perhaps in a Stephen King book possibly Hearts in Atlantis, but I may be wrong that I had read a character telling the other to give every ,ine a chance in the form of 20 pages.

Ever since reading it, I’m sure that every Indian would have thought, “Can’t we also have one, please? Keepers of the Kalachakra: To justify genuineness of your review kindly attach purchase proof Browse.

The book traces the roots of various religions and states that all their origins are closely knit. Also, the easy narrative in small parts seems to give the reader space to breathe, especially when it deals with so much of an information overload.


There is a lot of information in this book about world religions and secret societies and conspiracies and asjwin on. Thomas, one of the twelve apostles who is said to have come to Kerala to preach religion. I picked this book after reading Chanakya’s chant and The Krishna Key but held upnwith a bit disappointment.

That’s where the similarity stops.

To be honest, I don’t remember any info ashhwin in that book. While the CC and KK are amazing works, I was little unhappy at poor and hasty works in the private india novel. Setting 3 ; Story 3 ; Characters 3 ; Writing The plot is worthy, and a slimmed down version would likely be a great read. Alas, that moment never came.

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I rate it better than the other more famous recent Indian phenomenon ‘The Shiva Trilogy’. And I believe that. After reading, I was sceptical about the research that the author had done. Not Enabled Word Wise: I am sorry I read this book, but not for this harsh review. A cardboard box is found on a shelf in a London library.