The Mystery of Bila Land
Nitish Krishna

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A warrior is meditating at the foot of snow-capped mountains surrounded by beautiful vibrant flowers, apple orchards and a flowing water stream. The warrior is meditating inside a cave with a tunnel of light beaming through the hole of the roof. Water is falling over his head but he is still as a statue and undisturbed. The warrior is fighting a battle. The warrior is screaming looking up towards the sky.

What do all these signify as a dream to Vibhas? Why have these visuals hounded him since the last fifteen years? Who is this warrior?

The key to these questions is found in the midst of a trek to the mighty Himalayas, when Vibhas, a mountain trekker by passion, splits up from his trekking group and enters the gorgeous land of the Bilas, a tribe belonging to the Himalayan Mountains. The shocking truth about his dreams is revealed in the Bila Land, which hosts all the places that he has been seeing in his dreams for the past fifteen years. However, there are more than just the answers to his dreams to be found here. As truth after truth gets unveiled, Vibhas realizes that what Bila Land has to offer him is an experience that no human kind has had in a thousand years or more.

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Suyash Prakash

Not a bad read for passing out time. I Would say that the author must look out for making the plot more gripping and intriguing. One must try Lotus Company for example

May 15 '16
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pandustar

Three chapter is not enough to gauge a book - however i see some shining stars within this manuscript. All that is left to be seen is if the remaining chapters manages to live up to the first three.
All the best.

Feb 17 '16
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Vipin Gupta

This story seemed like a rough draft and failed to impress.

Jan 30 '16
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Pooja

Jan 12 '16
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Pooja_Jay

Aweswome...waiting for further

Jan 11 '16
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Pooja_Jay

@nitish krishna..how frequently u update the story..?

Jan 12 '16
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Varchaswi

Was enchanted by the mystery land. Chapters are too long. Needs a lot of slashing. Mood and character expression should be blended further to achieve a crisp script. Detailed description of landscapes shows the authors skill as an artist.....

Dec 23 '15
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Kalyani

I found the blurb quite interesting.

But as I read, I felt that there is a lot of detail that does not really help with character building or in moving the story forward. Reads more like a screenplay … Of course, these are just the first three chapters, but I still feel the manuscript could do with some serious trimming.

All the best!

Dec 19 '15
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Tushant Juneja

The start's good. I quite liked it overall as well.

Dec 15 '15
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Sahil Bansal

I will read the entire book

Dec 09 '15
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Sanjay Thakur

Dear Nitish,
Both writing and reading are never without passion and a set goal or objective.
Enjoyed the pace of events and narration in the chapters I read.
The idea was to find out what today's aspiring Indian authors are writing all about and how articulate they are.
As authors, we write to entertain our readers, depict our times and space or simply hold a cursor toward the future.
If you have achieved any of the above, consider your job done!
Keep reading, watching your times and writing.
Stop at nothing.

Dec 07 '15
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Geetha Krishnan

Excellent book. Good smooth flow. Some grammatical errors are there but a good editor could take care of those. I am almost able to guess the warrior from Vibhas' dreams and would certainly like to read the full book

Dec 07 '15
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Geetha Krishnan

Your book is too expensive for an ordinary person!! :(

Dec 08 '15
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Sundari Venkatraman

The story started off gripping, making me want to read more. But after a few pages, the convoluted explanations began to drag. The premise is good and the author can definitely spin a story. With the right editor, the story has good scope.

Dec 07 '15
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Deepak Kaul

The author might want to re-think the title. Starts well enough, writing is decent and flows easily, but soon descends into the unbelievable, including darts and ancient combat techniques. I noticed something else. The author has already self published with a publishing house that was recently mentioned in an article in TOI. Clearly they are publishing almost anything. That does not bode well for Indian publishing. The publisher is giving false hope to aspiring authors that their work is worthy of publishing and sales. I guess there is a reason it is so difficult to get a publishing deal with established publishers because of their stringent editorial processes. In the eagerness to see themselves in print, aspiring authors do not realise that the publisher had made a lot of money of their efforts. Their website says there are over 15,000 titles in print. Assuming each author chose the cheapest self publishing package, the publisher had made almost 38 crores. If you take an average of the packages available, that figure is 75 crores. I wonder how much of that they paid out in royalties?

Dec 07 '15
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