One of India’s top five sellers of English-language novels is Ashwin Sanghi. His three books, The Rozabal Line, Chanakya’s Chant, and The Krishna Key, all have themes that are related to history, religion, and mythology. He is one of India’s most well-known writers of conspiracy fiction and a pioneer in the new genre of portraying modern versions of Indian mythology or history.
Sanghi is listed in the “2012 Forbes India Celebrity 100” by Forbes India. Critics have praised him as the “Indian Dan Brown” as well. James Patterson, a writer of 19 straight number-one blockbuster books, and Sanghi announced in 2013 that they will collaborate on a thriller set in India for his “Private” series that would be published in early 2014.
Personal life and profession
Sanghi works as an entrepreneur, but his passion and pleasure are writing historical fiction that falls under the thriller category. In his spare time, he works for his family’s company, the MK Sanghi Group, which has interests in the distribution of automobiles, the development of the real estate, engineering, and industrial gases. Sanghi, who holds an MBA from Yale School of Management, began working for his family’s company in 1993. He’s working on a Ph.D. in creative writing from the University of Wales right now.
Work, and achievements
The Rozabal Line, Sanghi’s debut book, is a theological thriller built around the idea that Jesus died in Kashmir. It was released by Westland in 2008 and quickly rose to the top of the bestseller rankings, spending many months there. Within a few weeks of its release, his second book, “Chanakya’s Chant,” a political thriller with roots in ancient Mauryan history, rocketed to the top of practically every bestseller list in India. The novel still rules the fiction charts. The third book by Sanghi, “The Krishna Key,” is a fast-paced thriller that delves into the hidden history of the Mahabharata and the Vedic era. It came out in 2012.
Ashwin Sanghi is one of India’s best-selling authors of English-language fiction, with over two million books sold worldwide, including over a million copies of his Bharat Series.