Spanning across Harappa, Kashi, Constantinople, Goa and the Vatican, a book oscillates from history to mythology, occult to religion and exorcism to gunfights as it seeks solutions to unanswered questions on the Indus Valley Civilization.
"Harappa: Curse of the Blood River" takes readers on a journey spanning 3,700 years, right from 1700 BCE Indus Valley to modern-day Delhi and Paris.
Was there an Aryan invasion of white-skinned fighters riding into India through the Khyber? Did the Saraswati river really exist? Why is the Harappan script un-deciphered till date? What was the truth behind the fall of the mighty civilisation?
The self-published book by Vineet Bajpai seeks answers to these questions.
Bajpai, who has earlier written management books like 'The Street To The Highway' and 'Build From Scratch', has for the first time ventured into fiction with the latest book.
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