The Wrath of the Hellfires release date | (Vikramaditya Veergatha #4) | Updates

 Vikramaditya Veergatha is a mytho-fiction series by Shatrujeet Nath. Earlier, it was planned to be a trilogy known as Vikramaditya Trilogy. Later, it was called Vikramaditya Veergatha when it was decided that there will be four books in total instead of three. 

All the books of the series were released at an interval of one and a half to two years. 

The fourth book of the series, The Wrath of the Hellfires was going to be released in March 2020, but due to Covid-19 pandemic, the publisher could not manage to do it. Everyone including me were eagerly waiting for the fourth book and were very disappointed when it wasn't out. Hopefully, it might be out by the end of this year as and when the publication work may resume.

The good news is that, Shatrujeet Nath, the author of the series, keeps uploading chapters of his upcoming novel on Facebook so that eager fans of this series have something to read until the book comes out.

So far, he has uploaded ten notes each containing the chapters of Wrath of the Hellfires. Check them out below.

1. Hunt

2. Resolve

3. Hiranyakashipu

4. Dandaka

5. Shukracharya

6. Body

7. Indra

8. Conspiracies

9. Hunger

10. Samrat

There are lots of books in Indian mythology by authors like Amish Tripathi, Anand Neelkanthan, Ashwin Sanghi among many others. Over the past 5-6 years, this genre has cultivated an interest among teenagers and youths of India alike. Chances are you've already read books by one of these authors. 

I would like to mention some of the books that are my favourite and some that I'm planning to read in the future.

1. Shiva Trilogy by Amish Tripathi -

2. Raavan - Enemy of Aryavarta by Amish Tripathi -

3. Tarikshir- The Awakening by Khayaal Patel (Must read) -

4. Aryavarta Chronicles by Krishna Udayshankar -

There are plenty of them and I will keep adding them when I complete reading them. You can mention in the comment section your favourite and I will add it here. 

However, before you read this fictional works, make sure you've read the original versions of Ramayan (by Valmiki) and Mahabharat (by Ved Vyas) and similar other ancient texts like Shiv Puran and Vishnu Puran etc. Without reading these books you cannot really understand Indian culture, values,morals and lessons that you can learn from it. 

Reading fictional mythology books only provide you with an alternative stories imagined by the authors. You may or may not find it enjoyable depending on your previous knowledge and faith. But at the end of the day, they are fictional and you should read it as a fiction too. That's the best way to read these books so as to not get your feelings hurt when there's a distorted version from what you've been told or have read from your childhood.

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