Shrivastava got the idea for the book while reading Nasadiya Suktam of Rigveda, which, he says, translates to modern day ‘Big Bang Theory’.
“I also wanted to share my findings, not through blogs or discussions forums, but through an interesting story which can attract more people and make them curious about reading Vedas,” shares the 32-year-old.
While the book is aimed at showcasing ancient Indian wisdom to the world, Shrivastava is quick to point out that it is not a reference book for Hinduism or Vedic wisdom.
“By adding some fiction to my analysis, I intend to increase readers’ inclination towards our ancient Vedic wisdom, irrespective of their age, demographies, and religion,” he says.
“In the times when hundreds of books hit Indian markets daily, marketing is extremely essential to reach out to potential readers.
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