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PRALAY: The Great Deluge Gripping sequel to Vineet Bajpai s bestselling title HARAPPA Curse of the Blood River Even death is afraid of the White MaskBCE, Harappa The devta of Harappa has fallen tortured and condemned to the dungeons of the dead His murdered wife s pious blood falls on the sands of the metropolis, sealing the black fate of Harappa forever , Banaras A master assassin bites into cyanide, but not before pronouncing the arrival of an unstoppable, dark force A maha taantric offers a chilling sacrificeAD, Bithynian City modern day Turkey Unable to foresee the monster he was untethering, an extraordinary monarch commissions a terrifying world vision spanning millenniaBCE, East of Harappa A mystical fish man proclaims the onset of Pralay the extinction of mankind The Blood River rises to avenge her divine sonsWhat happens to the devta of Harappa Is Vidyut truly the prophesied saviour Who are the veiled overlords behind the sinister World Order What was the macabre blueprint of the mysterious emperor at Bithynian City Turn the pages to unravel one of the world s greatest conspiracies and the haunting story of a lost, ancient civilization

About the Author: Vineet Bajpai

Vineet is a first generation entrepreneur At age 22 he started his company Magnon from a small shed Today Magnon is among the largest digital agencies in the subcontinent, and part of the Fortune 500 Omnicom Group.He has led the global top ten advertising agency TBWA as its India CEO This made him perhaps the youngest ever CEO of a multinational advertising network in the country He has won several entrepreneurship and corporate excellence awards, including the Entrepreneur of the Year 2016 He was recently listed among the 100 Most Influential People in India s Digital Ecosystem Vineet s second company talentrack is disrupting the media, entertainment creative industry in India It is the fastest growing online hiring and networking platform for the sector He has written three bestselling management inspirational books Build From Scratch, The Street to the Highway and The 30 Something CEO He is an avid swimmer, a gaming enthusiast, a bonfire guitarist and a road trip junkie He is 39.

10 thoughts on “PRALAY: The Great Deluge

  1. Vishnu Chevli Vishnu Chevli says:

    Another master piece in the seriesDetailed review may follow

  2. Anukriti Malik Anukriti Malik says:

    Rating 3.5 5The second book in the Harappa Series , Pralay opens up with a flashback of what happened in the first book This made the whole reading process a lot simple for no one would have the time to read the first book all over again and then pick the second one Plot The plot of this book is similar like the first part

  3. Harshita Gupta Harshita Gupta says:

    And the story continues in this second book of the series Vivasvan Pujari, the last devta has turned into a demonic form to avenge his wrong The great deluge is about to come which will devour the whole of Harappa Even the Saptrishis weren t spared And when the curse befallen on the last devta, his entire bloodline will have to be

  4. Sheetal Maurya - Godse (Halo of Books) Sheetal Maurya - Godse (Halo of Books) says:

    After reading and liking the first part Harappa, I was quite excited to read this book Just like the first book, the cover page of this book is also eye catching You can readsuch review on my blog summary The book starts with a glimpse of the previous book where Vivasvan Pujari is in the capture of princess Priyamvada and her husband Chak

  5. Kavitha Sivakumar Kavitha Sivakumar says:

    Second book on Harappa series The author skillfully combines Knights Templar, Illuminati, Manu s Ark and Indus Valley Civilization and kept the suspense about the black temple yet.Pralay was about to happen starting from Harappa and engulf entire world Matsya Vishnu avatar guide Manu son of Vivasvan Pujari to build a big boat to transport humans

  6. Kajal Dhamija Kajal Dhamija says:

    The books in this series indeed have a story that spreads over a span of thousands of years.Just like the first book, this book is full of action and thrill The book remains true to the first book and as a sequel, should satiate the thirst of the readers who have been waiting for the sequel of the book Harappa.The book, just like its prequel, is fast pac

  7. Vikas Singh Vikas Singh says:

    The second in the three part series, Pralay carries forward the story from Harappa Brilliantly combining stories from folklore, historical facts and beliefs, Vineet creates a spell binding thriller Few Indian authors have managed to capture it as brilliantly as him The series offers an alternate view of many customs and traditions The end leaves you gasping forB

  8. Tavleen Kaur Tavleen Kaur says:

    Forreviews and recommendations, visit my blog of all, I would just like to appreciate the author for providing a summary of the previous book right in the first few pages as this is always useful while reading a fantasy series.The second book of a trilogy is always tricky It can sometimes be boring and just a filler book as it takes place after the introduction of the s

  9. Karthik Kailash Karthik Kailash says:

    The sequel to Harappa Curse of the blood river, Pralay is as riveting a read, and leaves you with intrigue on what the next book holds.Vivasvan Pujari is rescued from his cell by his friend Somdutt and the valiant Tara However, the half devata seems to have embraced the dark side and goes on a revenge mission, to destroy Harappa, the city he once loved Parallelly, Manu scoures

  10. Khyati Gautam Khyati Gautam says:

    Harappa, its prequel, took the Indian Readers by surprise and dramatically made it to the list of bestsellers However, Pralay has arrived to notch up a level higher I am amazed after reading the story and imagination that flows through the book is stupefying.The New World Order, the good and the evil, the devta and the rakshasa each concept has been brought up pretty well in the book T

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