A mythological fiction novel
Eklavya only had his grandmother in his family. As she was breathing her last, he promised to accomplish her leftover mission. He was absolutely unaware of it until she died.
On his journey to fulfill her last wishes, he discovers the hidden secrets of the Saptrishis. He learns that Saptrishis created by Lord Shiva’s Third Eye were the most powerful and intelligent humans on the earth. They were responsible to lead the foundation of human civilisation. And also to protect it from declining.
Today, as the world witnesses the gradual destruction of humanity and human values… Is it possible that the Saptrishis will reappear again to save us all? If yes, then what role does Eklavya have to play? What is his grandmother’s mission about?
The mythological fiction novel The Third Eye explains how the customs in Indian Culture are scientifically during ancient times. Moreover, it further explains why they became orthodox while passing through time. And today, how we can redesign these customs according to the needs of the present. This novel journey also attempts to enlighten our generation about our responsibilities to sustain. As well as to evolve our culture to the heights of the pinnacle. Hence, by using reason rather than having blind faith in things around us.
At the heart of a mythological novel lies a compelling storyline. Moreover, it weaves together ancient lore and modern storytelling techniques. It explores the timeless themes of love, heroism, fate. And also the eternal struggle between light and darkness.
While mythological novels often pay homage to established mythologies. However, they also possess the freedom to create entirely new pantheons and mythic systems. They meld ancient legends with original ideas. Thus, crafting unique mythologies that reflect contemporary themes and issues
Through this narrative, the author explores the timeless aspects of human nature. Hence, offering insights into the human experience while celebrating the enduring power of myths.