Sage Anutaapa is crowned as the all-powerful successor – the ‘Apaursheya’ of the world to set right the path of religiosity for several thousands of years to come.
Audin Stewart, 30, an atheist of British descent, brought-up in India, is handed over a mysterious gift buried in the backyard of his house in Delhi.
Would Audin reestablish the broken legacy of the ‘Apaursheya’?
Or would he fall prey to Indian mysticism?
The dusty paths to the Jahgarh fort of Rajasthan shall reveal.
The successor of the world is a novel about self-introspection and destiny.
Ashish Laxman spent the early adult years of his life with numerous ascetics in Hebri, Vrindavan, and Uttarakhand.
In the past, he worked as a Mechanical engineer, and as an Analyst.
Now, a full-time teacher, the author shares most of his time with school children. He can be found reading or writing stories in the forests of the Northern Ridge, Delhi.
This book won him the National Debut Youth Fiction Award in 2013.
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