Why Ashwin Sanghi is Indian Dan Brown ?
An extraordinary, brilliant style of writing and writing with creativeness is the nature of today’s Autor Ashwin Sanghi. He used to write book and novel based on historical, theological and mythological themes. Ashwin Sanghi is a great Indian writer write his novel based on real-life and creativeness, fiction-Thriller genre.
How Ashwin Sanghi become writer ?
He has writer mind from childhood. At the age of 12 his writing business started because he was born in a Marwari-Baniya family.
He said that
“I went on business visits with my father and was given lessons in book-keeping by a muneem ji but what interested me more was the books my grandfather gave me. He sent me one book every week and gave me a total of 417 books in his lifetime.”
“Munimji used to tell me how book-keeping is better than book-reading and the only book I should be reading is a Balance Sheet.”
But from starting, Ashwin wanted to become writer and he has started his practice of writing from childhood because from childhood he has started writing quotes. As per an interview Ashwin revealed that one of the quotes of W. Somerset Maugham inspired Ashwin to become writer is;
There are three rules for writing a novel. Unfortunately, no one knows what they are.
Ashwin Sanghi’s famous Novels:
The “Rozabal Line” was the first novel of Creative writer Ashwin and this Novel is self-Published in 2007.And second Novel ‘Chanakya’s Chant’” become the best seller in india.
He has owned ‘2010 Crossword-Vodafone Popular Choice Award’ in September 2011 for his great creativity ‘Chanakya’s Chant’.
The Rozabal LineThe plot behind the book is the belief that Jesus might have escaped crucifixion and might have lived in Kashmir in India. What follows is a whirlwind of a ride that covers all the areas of the map. Read More
Chanakya’s ChantBased on the principles and story of the legendry Chanakya, the book, ‘Chanakya’s Chant’ presents a gripping tale of wisdom, wit and mind boggling political strategies. The novel has two parts. In the first part, it takes readers to ancient India where a simple but extraordinarily smart Brahmin helps an Indian ruler to combat ‘Alexander, the great’; while the second half is set in contemporary India. Read More
The Krishna Key
The book follows a history professor who has to prove his innocence against a murder charge.In an attempt to clear his name, Saini looks into the past of Indian Mythology’s grey areas and the brutal truth about a serial killer who believes himself to be Kalki, the final avatar of Lord Vishnu. Read More
About his creation or believe in real life Ashwin said; “What if I told you most gods or things we believe in today really did exist a hundred thousand years ago and no one then knew they would be treated as gods? Believe in the power of imagination; what you think is impossible today may well happen tomorrow,” .
We have about a 300 different types of Ramayana although only one is popularly known and followed. It is proof for how our country is famous for accepting multiple versions of something but celebrating only one. So don’t feel shy to have multiple ideas.