The Murder of Alexander The Great
Who killed Alexander the Great? After more than two thousand years of speculation, the assassin of Alexander is finally identified in a comprehensive investigation in The Murder of Alexander the Great, in two books:
Book 1: The Puranas
Sixteen stunning discoveries about Alexander the Great
Who killed Alexander the Great? After more than two thousand years of speculation, the assassin of Alexander is finally identified in a comprehensive investigation in The Murder of Alexander the Great (in two books: The Puranas and The Secret War).
In Book 1: The Puranas Alexander’s journey is chronicled not only through the siloed lens of Greek records but also through a comparison of ancient Indian and Greek texts and artifacts.
For the first time ever, the story of the eminent king of Macedonia is retold from a different perspective — one that not only establishes Alexander prominently in ancient Sanskrit texts but also holds the key to resolving the age old mystery of his demise.
Inspired by fresh awareness to an ancient conundrum that has perplexed historians for millennia, The Murder of Alexander the Great is a powerful narrative of blood thirsty wars, mystic locales, and epic encounters — one that leads to SIXTEEN remarkable findings about Alexander the Great thus rewriting the history of this great emperor forever.
Book 2: The Secret War
Murderer of Alexander the Great - Finally unravelled!
The Murder of Alexander the Great, Book 2: The Secret War, traces Alexander’s expedition to the unknown boundaries of the primitive world and tracks his disastrous return trip finally ending in his deathbed in Babylon.
In 326 BC, Alexander set out to conquer the world… He remained undefeated across three continents as he vanquished rulers and carved his territory with an insatiable hunger. As he finally marched through the Hindu Kush mountains and stepped into the Indus Valley, little did he know that a secret war was being waged to decimate his army and rewrite his destiny.
Meanwhile, in modern India, a long lost Muziris port in South India celebrates an ancient festival hailing the homecoming of an ‘Asura’ or demon King whose destruction signaled the end of the Asura age and the birth of a new world.
How are the two connected?
The Secret War explores how the great king of Macedonia meets his match in one of ancient India’s most cunning military strategists. It narrates how the Indians unleashed ancient war secrets contained within the ArthaShastra on an unsuspecting Greek army — ending in a stunning climax that unearths Alexander’s assassin and identifies the lethal weapon named as the ‘destroyer of time’.