Holding with the development of releasing promo movies previous to a guide launch, writer Jatin Gupta launched a video of his guide Kali Yuga: The Ascension (Rupa Publications, ₹295). The animated promos with fascinating background music have been with a objective. “I wanted to introduce the characters of my book and create a familiarity with readers. When I started to write the book, I had 27 strong characters divided into five clans. The videos are nothing less than what you see for a motion picture and all of it is to amp up the hormone levels of the readers,” says Jatin Gupta.
The writer who began writing the guide in 2014 says he was approach too kicked when his spouse in contrast the baseline of his story for the novel with Lord of the Rings and Conflict Lord. “It wasn’t my intention but the unintentional familiarity with a context to Indian mythology got me thinking,” he provides.
Jatin Gupta is the top of enterprise operations at a gaming firm. He’s a administration skilled with over 15 years of labor expertise in client merchandise, consulting, monetary companies and the gaming trade. After having dealt with varied main positions with organisations like Deloitte and Invesco, he wrote just a few self-help books. A traveller at coronary heart, Jatin, additionally likes to indulge on the earth of biographies and fiction usually. “This book happens to be my first in the fiction genre,” says Jatin.
As a reader he says he loves moody narration and has a particular liking to reaching out for books on Indian mythology. “The discussions of Phantom and Armageddon apart, Hindu mythology also has a take on how the world will end. My book chronicles the path of the process,” he provides.
Jatin claims, his guide might be an enthralling story of many centuries in the past, set within the legendary land of Shivpuri within the Himalayas. Kali Yuga: The Ascension units out to reply this query.
“Guru Parshuram, guide and leader of the five outcast clans of the Rudra Sena — Him Manavs, Bhuals, Aghoras, Nand Garajnas and Agneyas — prepares for the prophesied reincarnation of Lord Anjaneya in one of the clans. What follows is a roller coaster ride that takes readers deep into a mystical, magical world of honour, valour, bravery and self-sacrifice, as the timeless clash of good and evil unfolds,” he explains.
Is the guide related to a technology that’s hooked onto PUBG and continually debating the scenario we live in on social media?
“This book is meant for anyone in the age group of 14 to to 34 years. For this age group it will be like visiting a fantasy world. For those in the age group of 34 to 54 years this book will make them revisit Indian mythology without questioning their belief,” provides Jatin who feels that his guide might be “fantastic on screen”.