has anyone read this book named "the immortals of meluha" ? i just read the preview, the book tells the story about "how Lord shiva ..became "God from a common village man.

i am extremly curious about this book....

waiting for the answers...

love,light n blessings ur wayy..

supergirl.. :)))

asked 01 Mar '13, 12:03

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edited 03 Mar '13, 13:07

@supergirl - I hadn't read it, or even heard of it, but just checked out the description on Wikipedia, and it sounds fascinating.

(01 Mar '13, 12:22) lozenge123

@supergirl, the question in your title can only be answered with Yes or No. Do you have a specific question about the book? If so, please amend the question title. Thanks

(02 Mar '13, 10:13) Barry Allen ♦♦

@barry allen- i apolojise this time..,i l surely amend it..,thank u..

(03 Mar '13, 13:05) supergirl
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No I had never heard of this book. If this story is correct it should be in more then just that book. It should be in the Vedas, maybe it is, I don't know much about the Vedas.

It does remind me of the story of Enoch. He is said to have risen up to walk with God.

It is very interesting though, I agree.


answered 03 Mar '13, 04:07

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Wade Casaldi

edited 03 Mar '13, 04:08

@wade casaldi- thank u fr the answer.. :))

(03 Mar '13, 13:04) supergirl

then Enoch must have been a peacemakers with a pure heart.Went to the kingdom became a little white stone a corner stone of truth with a hidden name writen on it by God and became one of the pillar of the temple. He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches. To him who overcomes, I will give some of the hidden manna. I will also give him a white stone with a new name written on it, known only to him who receives it. http://bible.cc/revelation/2-17.htm יאchet he

(03 Mar '13, 14:13) white tiger
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