The Last Yogi
Pritesh Bhosale

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Synopsis

Sometimes the human mind cannot guess the plans of the divine mother, and those are the times when one should have complete faith in the Almighty and accept the flow of destiny.

That childless couple did the same thing when a Himalayan monk put a strange condition before them. They accepted the condition of sending their son to monk’s hermitage when he turns nine.

Days passed and they were graced with a luminous child whose destiny was written by the divine mother herself.

The Child was sent to the sage who conferred to him the wisdom of the sacred literatures and the skills of warfare, there he walked on the path of God and became a Yogi. And as destiny had planned, one rainy night he was sent on a journey of his motherland, where he had to fight dark powers to reinstate the Dharma.

In his spiritual quest, the boy met some mystical characters, saw vivid places which made his soul contented. He fought with the disciple of the dark lord Kali, ‘Kalyavana’ and freed the people of Kalnagari from dark rule.

But it wasn’t the end of his voyage. He had to travel to the infinity. Destiny had to test him some more. He continued his journey and his new path led him to a dilemma, which was completely new for a Yogi like him. It involved the heart and emotions rather than the mind and logic. He was destined to pass that test of divine mother for he had to set a new example to the world by incarnating a new meaning of the word ‘love’.

Did he pass the test of the divine mother?

Did he reveal to humanity the secrets of nature?

Get your answers in “The Last Yogi”…

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Rasika

Nice one. Very different from my usual read. But still enjoyed it.

Oct 04 '14
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Parag Randar

Very awesome concept and story. With a little editing in the field of grammer and sentence framing, it would be unbeatable. One suggestion - Try to be a little more descriptive. Your whole plot functions on how do the people imagine things after reading. Try to be a little more vivid.

Sep 07 '14
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Sanjana Parikh

I don't really read mythological fantasy but I quite enjoyed this one. The beginning of the story is interesting, The story seems promising. However, there are some things I didn't like at all. For example, if its mythology, words such as 'really amazing' seem unreal. There are also quite a few cliches which are not working out for me. There is no great imagery, its difficult to visualise anything once Arpit leaves his home. There are some grammatical errors as well.

Aug 13 '14
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Pritesh Bhosale

Thanks for reading 'The Last Yogi' and writing this genuine review for it Sanjana.

Aug 13 '14
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Aviral Singh

The story, if written as a mythological fantasy fiction is not working out for me. There were too many cliches, and too much description of yogasnas which could have been very well avoided. Till the end the only thing that created curiosity in me was the scene where arpit was walking to wards the temple amidst the storm. There were no significant events in the 54 pages which are available till now, and as a result they fail to grab my attention as a reader. There were a few grammatical mistakes which over the pages augmented into blunders, for example : "It indicates that you have adjusted with the environment" i found this line on page number 40 now I know the intent behind this line but if you go for the literary meaning of this line it would mean that the environment adjusted along with Arpit, which might annoy finicky readers. However, there was a positive side to the 53 pages. the narration was good, bit boring and dull but good. May be with a little more effort it could be elevated to the next level. I can't help but mentioning the incident where Arpit and Guru leave their bodies as sukshma sharira and wonder looking at their bodies, was that borrowed from Shaktiman's episodes? And yes, one more thing, the story talks about a nine year old kid being separated from his parents whom he might not see in the future ever, but nowhere in the story I find the kind of agitation that he undergoes akin to his parents or the kind of turmoil a nine year old would go through if he is dumped in an ashrama with a bunch of yogis. For me, as a reader, that doesn't work. May be after a little bit of analysis and self review of the story you will know the shortcomings as you have written it, you know it well..! All the best..!

Aug 12 '14
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Pritesh Bhosale

Aviral, thanks for the genuine review. I humbly accept all the flaws in story raised by you and promise I will work on them. P.S.: Concept of 'Sukshma Sharira' is adopted from vedic philosophy. you can find reference of this concept in Walmiki ramayana. Aditya hridayam is also adopted from Yudh Kand of Walmiki Ramayana.

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Pritesh Bhosale

Thanks Natasha

Aug 12 '14
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Uday Satpathy

Not only a story but a treasure of teachings from the vedas and spirituality. Probably the only book in this genre on BGB.

Aug 05 '14
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Pritesh Bhosale

Thanks Uday for genuine review. It inspired me a lot!

Aug 05 '14
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Damini Majumdar

I'm not a believer of Destiny, neither does spirituality intrigue me, however, Mythology is something that has always interested me immensely. I am very much fond of both Indian and Greek Mythologies and that summons my reason behind picking up this book.

As for the book, I liked the concept. The story is quite engrossing and well written. The plot and the characters are quite realistic. So far, it was a nice read and I'd like to read further.

Aug 04 '14
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Damini Majumdar

My pleasure. :)

Aug 05 '14
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Pritesh Bhosale

Thanks Vinny for taking time to review this book. Your contribution will be counted in the journey of ''The Last Yogi'.

Aug 05 '14
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Hetika Sanghani

Very different and interesting concept...At every stage,curiosity gets the better of you and you want to see how the story unfolds...definitely something i havent read before...

Jul 30 '14
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Pritesh Bhosale

Thanks Hetika for honest review!

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Samiksha Gupta

I found the character of arpit to be very unrealistic. Perhaps since I am not interested in such spiritual thoughts much, i could not connect to the story. Might have been an interesting read if I would have been 36 instead of 16.. :p

Jul 07 '14
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Pritesh Bhosale

Thanks for the genuine review Samiksha

Jul 08 '14
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Yogesh Dhale Patil

Such a fantastic book who spoke words of great wisdom...Great thinking by author to present glorious mythological concepts of Hindu culture...eagerly waiting to read this book...

Jul 04 '14
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Srikanth Gembali

India's answer to Harry Potter

Jun 30 '14
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Nagesh Shinde

Its a Bloody Good Book in real ..I recommend it to all fiction lovers!!

Jun 30 '14
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Shanmuga Sundaram

My friend circle recommended me to read these sample chapters and I must say its really worth. When can we see the book getting published?

Jun 30 '14
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Rajesh Magar

This book introduced me to the new genre of mythological fantasy.. and I started liking it really..A good start hope the book is exciting!!

Jun 30 '14
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Krishna Moorthi

Ultimate one!
Read this book and you will get to know how one book can take you to that era

Jun 30 '14
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Selva Raj

Great book!!!

Jun 30 '14
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Guna Sekar

Nice book 'The last Yogi' the name is fascinating and book kept me spellbound. I will not wondered if i see movie coming on this script.

Jun 30 '14
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Aniket Joshi

The book is having nice flow, language is attractive and kept me engaged. best luck to the author.

Jun 30 '14
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Shweta Acharya

The author has put forth the story of a young boy and his quest for wisdom in a wonderful way! The book keeps the reader engrossed...it is a good read!! Waiting for the book to get published..would love to read further!! All the best Pritesh! :D

Jun 28 '14
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Yugandhar Reddy

This is first time I am reading mythological fantasy genre. and I found it really fascinating. I have high expectations with this book. Five star from me.

Jun 27 '14
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Raju Alluri

I will like to read this book

Jun 27 '14
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moreshwar

good book to find a fantasy on indian mytohs

Jun 23 '14
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Pradip

Author becomes successful in giving reader more than his expectations. these three chapters made me to forget my own being and absorbed completely in that age.

I am waiting for book do let me know BGB.

Jun 21 '14
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Elaya Raja

This book revitalized me.

Jun 20 '14
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dipen ambalia

this book gave me a serene feeling... would love to read the whole book.

Jun 17 '14
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Pritesh Bhosale

Thanks Dipen!!

Jun 17 '14
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Suresh Kumar

This book is illustrating the importance of being spiritual, Information addressed in this book is not statement but information came from experience of various situation , as far as my concern reading a book is not going to give any benefit, please understand the intention of information. kindly read once , it is the chance to improve our well being life.This book is illustrating the importance of being spiritual, Information addressed in this book is not statement but information came from experience of various situation , as far as my concern reading a book is not going to give any benefit, please understand the intention of information. kindly read once , it is the chance to improve our well being life.

Jun 14 '14
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Pritesh Bhosale

Thanks Suresh Kumar

Jun 14 '14
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Vishal

Interesting work..Keep going.

Jun 12 '14
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Girish vyas

keep going sir it's really interesting

Jun 11 '14
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Bhanwar Singh Deora

it is good book ..to understand the mythological facts .i recommend to every one

Jun 11 '14
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Kiran Ingale

I have read and re-read the Author's book many times over the years, and it still sticks with me. Beautiful writing, beautiful setting, and amazing characters. I have read few chapters of this book I am eager to read rest of it.

Jun 09 '14
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Amar Polsani

Good Book

Jun 09 '14
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Pritesh Bhosale

Thanks Amar

Jun 09 '14
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Mahrukh Chikliwala

A modern day 'Autobiography of a Yogi' for the 24/7 gen. Uplifting and interesting. Traversing through the spiritual realm never fails to touch one at the deepest core.

Jun 09 '14
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Pritesh Bhosale

Thanks mam...

Jun 09 '14
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Rekha

this book is so good and inspired me a lot............

Jun 09 '14
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Nivedita Ingale

I like this book ....story is different ....good wish for this book....

Jun 08 '14
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Charlie Mohanty

I am sure The Last Yogi will be a best Booker Material this Season. Thanks to the author for writing such great Lines. I am waiting to read the continued Chapters as soon as Possible. Thanks and God Bless.

Jun 08 '14
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Purnendu Chatterjee

I loved the concept of the book, its fresh. From the very first page the author very efficiently caches the atmosphere needed for this story by his narrating style. Any readers could easily visualize those characters by the way the story has been told. I appreciate the author for putting those star mark glossaries and the end of every chapter.
I felt, that particular scene where the Yogi was answering the questions of Arpit a bit stretched. I loved this three chapters and would like to read the rest of the book. A wonderful blend of research and imagination.

Jun 08 '14
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Pritesh Bhosale

Thanks Purnendu! I feel its a best review for TLY!

Jun 08 '14
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Charlie Mohanty

Yeah of course he will pass all the test by Mother DIVINE. I guess he will have to cross more difficulties. And this Yogi might be a mythological superhero. I hope the yogi will not the Last one #thebloddybestauthorofthisbook . Well I am impressed with these chapters and eagerly waiting to reveal all the suspense lied with the remaining chapters of the book. Please publish ASAP. you are the best Mr. Author.. I hope I will be enjoying this Rainy days with #THE LAST YOGI. God bless you BGBians. The book will be my Anniversary gift to my "Would be" this season. . .

Jun 08 '14
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Pritesh Bhosale

Thanks charlie.

Jun 08 '14
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Charlie Mohanty

Mr Author pls don't make us wait... Waiting for a prompt n rapid publishing..

Jun 08 '14
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Gunjan1982

A fabulous story.. All the very best for the release :)

Jun 08 '14
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Pritesh Bhosale

Thanks Gunjan

Jun 08 '14
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Allwyn Jose

Handling facts and fiction together is a tedious task. The author has really made a nice try.
Its a psychological fact that when your expectations are so high, no matter how good the product is, you will never feel satisfied. The author is just another human like you and me, and it is not practically possible to surpass the huge amount of expectations bestowed on him, he has given his best and yes this is the right kind of genre in the literary world where romance and horror keep filling your shelves.
I was really stuck to the book in the first few chapters on how the author was taking the plot, this book will be a page turner for sure. My wishes to him..

Jun 08 '14
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Pritesh Bhosale

Thanks Allwyn

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Sarita Khaire

Good Story..

Jun 04 '14
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Saurabh Ingale

This will be a masterfully story. I am interested to read the full book. My good luck with........

Jun 04 '14
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Pritesh Bhosale

Thanks Sourabh

Jun 04 '14
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Niyati Shinde

Well written and inspiring. Got me hooked! Awaiting the rest of the chapters. All the best :-)

Jun 03 '14
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Pritesh Bhosale

Thanks Niyati...

Jun 04 '14
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Manokaran

Interesting story and nice to read the last yogi......

Jun 03 '14
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Mandy

Nice book. Enjoyed reading it.

Jun 03 '14
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Elayaraja

A fabulous and an inspiring book. Thank u

Jun 03 '14
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Manohar Kumar Jha

This book is very good and inspiring me a lot.Thanks a lot for great writing.

Jun 03 '14
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Pravin Gaikwad

I am first time reader & i found this book very simple & easy to understand thoughts are inspiring its really good.

Jun 03 '14
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Murthy Reddy Venna

Yes he passed the test of of the divine mother....please release the book fastly....i am interested to study the full book.......Thank you Mr.Pritesh Bhosle for wonderfull book....... P.S Book is taking much time for loading.

Jun 03 '14
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Girish vyas

Interesting Story... After reading the synopsis was really looking forward to read the initial chapters but I found myself lost in the characters...also did not enjoy the flow of the character......
And now i wish to read this novel as soon as, as last time i got
best wishes... :)

Jun 02 '14
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Suzanne Pinto

Amazingly written. nice flow of story. Good philosophical thoughts portrayed. Narration is superb. Plot handled very nicely. Well done!!

Jun 02 '14
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Jyoti

I am avid reader of fantasy genre and I was in search of a different book in this genre. and after going through three chapters of this book I think my search is not waste. It is such a nicely written story that I can compare it with some classics of fantasy genre. My good luck with Pritesh Bhosale. Hope I will soon read this book in hard copy.

Jun 02 '14
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Pritesh Bhosale Follow

I love to lock myself in mystical world of Indian Mythology, creating fictional characters entangled with spiritual and mythological facts. Though my first book was campus fiction I am entering to the world of mythological fantasy with The last Yogi.