Shiva trilogy released in different Indian languages
New Delhi: Due to popular demand, author Amish Tripathi`s The Shiva trilogy was released across India in different languages, the publisher said Saturday.
The publisher - Westland - said the trilogy has sold more than two million copies and looking at the soaring demand, it has been released in different languages like Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Telugu, Bengali, Assamese, Kannada and Tamil.
"It has also been released in the Indonesian language, Bahasa Indonesia," said a statement.
The trilogy comprises `The Immortals of Meluha`, `The Secret of the Nagas` and `The Oath of the Vayuputras`.
The trilogy is a fantasy re-imagining of the Indian deity Shiva`s life and adventures.
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