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The Rozabal Line

Author: Ashwin Sanghi


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The Rozabal Line The Rozabal Line is the debut novel of Ashwin Sanghi.The author has taken up the creative liberty of using various religious facts in order to whip up an epic fictional thriller. Sanghi speculates that Jesus Christ survived the crucifixion and spent his missing years in India, and that the men searching for Jesus were Buddhist Monks who were searching for the reincarnation of the Dalai Lama. He mentions that the lost tribes of Israel may have settled in Kashmir. The author also introduces St. Thomas as one of Jesuss closest friends and Mary Magdalene as a woman from the ancient Mauryan Empire headed by Ashoka. The book further features terrorist attacks that share some parallels with the 2008 Mumbai attacks.Sanghis hypothesis goes on to establish that Jesuss descendants are todays Kashmiri Islamists. The author draws some similar lines between the fate of a group of terrorists and that of Jesus and his 12 apostles. The book traces the roots of various religions and states that all their origins are closely knit.The Rozabal Line was first published in 2007 under Sanghi's pseudonym Shawn Haigins in the United States. The revised edition was later published in India under Sanghis own name in 2008 before Westland published it in 2010. 2.)

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  • Language: English
  • Category: Suspense & Thriller

  • 2017-02-14 09:48:03.0

    Govind Kumar

    A good read ..

    Initially you will worry that what you are going through .. But after sometime your patience will be paid off and you will se everything in different perspective.

  • 2016-03-02 08:51:32.0

    Luo Ling

    A nice book

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  • 2016-02-21 11:44:27.0


    Nice Thriller

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  • 2015-08-31 12:48:30.0

    Mohan Prasad


  • 2015-08-16 13:34:20.0

    Shyam Kewal


  • 2015-08-10 19:06:49.0


    amazing fact


  • 2015-05-14 19:12:40.0

    Aaron Joseph

  • 2015-04-07 17:06:41.0

    Adarsh Gupta

  • 2015-03-30 21:29:06.0


    i wud rate this book with 2 starsonly. after reading master works like The Krishna Key and Chanakya's Chant I was not expecting this book in such a confusing way. i lost track of eras while reading so did my interest. However, I still feel like to congratulate Ashwin Sanghi for his preceding piece of work...

  • 2015-03-18 00:44:49.0

    jyoti pawar


    I was frustrated while reading this book coz there's too much information.......n it's so mch confusing......Though the basic concept was good but not the writing......

  • 2015-02-11 20:55:41.0

    Shubham Goel

    An awesome book...

    The book was an amazing read. I picked up the book after chanakya's chant. Since this was the author's first book, I didn't expect a bang but the book is decently written and you don't feel like putting it down. Totally recommended.

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