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In an enthralling alchemy of myth and science Ashwin Sanghi gives us the sixth book in his Bharat series. As with all Ashwin’s books, the research is meticulous and the technical(ese) leaves one gasping as 'The Vault of Vishnu' takes the reader through the highs and lows of history, myth, physics, warfare technology, AI and biochemistry. – The Times of India

The Vault of Vishnu, like all of Ashwin’s books is a heady mix of history, myth, science and thrills. – The Hindu

Sanghi’s latest work uses his favourite tool – mythology, and blends it with history to deliver some “edge-of-the-seat action.” – Hindustan Times

About the Author

Ashwin Sanghi ranks among India’s highest-selling English fiction authors. He has written several bestsellers (The Rozabal Line, Chanakya’s Chant, The Krishna Key, The Sialkot Saga, Keepers of the Kalachakra) and two New York Times bestselling crime thrillers with James Patterson, Private India (sold in the US as City on Fire) and Private Delhi (sold in the US as Count to Ten). He has also co-authored several non-fiction titles in the 13 Steps series on Luck, Wealth, Marks, Health and Parenting.

Ashwin has been included by Forbes India in their Celebrity 100. He is a winner of the Crossword Popular Choice Award 2012, Amazon India Top-10 eBook 2018, Atta Galatta Popular Choice Award 2018, WBR Iconic Achievers Award 2018 and the Lit-O-Fest Literature Legend Award 2018.

He was educated at Cathedral and John Connon School, Mumbai, and St Xavier’s College, Mumbai. He holds an MBA from Yale University. Ashwin lives in Mumbai with his wife, Anushika, and his son, Raghuvir.

You can connect with Ashwin via the following channels:

Website www.sanghi.in

Facebook  facebook.com/ashwinsanghi

Twitter  twitter.com/ashwinsanghi

YouTube  youtube.com/user/ashwinsanghi

Instagram  instagram.com/ashwin.sanghi

LinkedIn  linkedin.com/in/ashwinsanghi

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  • ASIN : B082TZL6RQ
  • Publisher : Westland (27 January 2020)
  • Language : English
  • File size : 3827 KB
  • Text-to-Speech : Enabled
  • Screen Reader : Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
  • X-Ray : Not Enabled
  • Word Wise : Enabled
  • Print length : 336 pages
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5.0 out of 5 stars Blockbuster
By Curatorofmemories on 28 January 2020
Another blockbuster from Ashwin. If his previous novel Keepers of the KalaChakra made Quantum Physics glamorous, then The Vault of Vishnu makes Bio engineering alluring. He serves the novel as a seven course meal to his readers. The Hors d' oeuvre is the Brahma, Vishnu, Rudra and Hanuman Gayatri mantra. The soup is the map showing Xuanzang's ( or Hsuan-tang) journey. The appetizer is the India-Chinese standoff at Doklam in 2017. The salad is the fictitious meeting at Integrated defense staff HQ. Then off course is the gripping plot narrated in classic Ashwin Sanghi style. For the desert you have the reveal at Chdiambaram temple. The Mignardise is the discussion at Cafe Turtle. Incidentally Cafe Turtle is my favorite book cafe in the country. As with his other novels, you will be hooked from the very first page and plot will have your apt attention till the end. End note: The book will definitely spike interest in Angkor Vat.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Ashwin Sanghi scores a century once again, spanning centuries. A Highly Recommended Read. 😊 
By Nabarun Ghosh on 5 February 2020
THE VAULT OF VISHNU - Ashwin Sanghi : BOOK REVIEW : Honestly speaking this week has seen an overdose of China in the news for deadly reasons. And the last place I expected to read about China was in this novel. Entirely my fault, because I failed to noticed the Chinese writings on the photograph of the sword on the cover of the book. Can’t say much about the plot without revealing key points but the style of juggling between timelines and eras of the Super Past & the Present, is a reminder to Ashwin’s CHANAKYA’S CHANTS which was the first novel of his responsible for converting me as his fan, although this plot is entirely different from the earlier one. The title is brilliant. To understand that one has to read the entire descriptive saga spanning centuries and continents laced with Mystery, Knowledge, Spiritualism, Betrayal, Treachery, Mythology, Imagination, Action, Murder and finally Victory. A very interesting and intriguing thriller thanks to Ashwin’s fantastic storytelling and exhausting & painstaking research on the massive subject. There is the super bonus for readers from Tamil Nadu especially Tamilians who will be pretty kicked about the richness in their history and culture which plays a crucial role in the adventure. I must also consider myself fortunate because I did not buy the Kindle version and picked up the book instead as the bottom of most pages contain the list of newer names and descriptions of places mentioned in the narrative flow. This format is usually messed up big time in the Kindle versions. And also the book version included the Author’s autograph which was a pleasant perk. Overall a very entertaining and knowledgeable journey concealed in a pacy thrilling page turning potboiler. Ashwin Sanghi scores a century once again, spanning centuries. A Highly Recommended Read. 😊

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