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Purgatory Voyage (eBook)

encountering life after death
Type: e-book
Genre: Religion & Spirituality
Language: English
Price: ₹220
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Can anyone experience life after death for a few days in his present life? Believe me, it was possible earlier. Around 1000 years back, anyone could go on a purgatory voyage to experience life after death for 12 days through a tunnel in Bharmaur, Himachal Pradesh. But no one could recall what happened to him during his purgatory voyage. Once, a person from Bundelkhand, named Kalidas went on a purgatory voyage. He experienced life after death and surprisingly, he was able to recall all those incidents of a different planet. After returning to his state, he embarked on a discourse about his purgatory voyage and his scary encounters with the King of Bundelkhand.

Could anyone believe in his riveting account of the voyage or people smelled a foul play?

About the Author

Adarsh Kumar Khare is a software professional with more than 20 years of experience in the software industry. He holds a Master’s degree in Software Systems from BITS Pilani. He graduated from GBPUA&T Pantnagar in Computer Engineering.

He has contributed many technical research papers in national and international journals. He has also attended many international conferences and presented papers. Many of his articles of general interest have also been published in newspapers.

Adarsh is passionate about mythology and occultism. His debut book was ‘Full Moon Day’.

This book is a riveting account of Kalidas’s purgatory voyage. The story demystifies the mystery of after-death life.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9789354190438
Publisher: Self Publishing
Number of Pages: 276
Availability: Available for Download (e-book)

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Saanvi Makharia 1 month, 1 week ago

Enjoyed, recommended

The background against which the entire story is set, i.e., the onset of Kalyug, is especially intriguing, at least to me. The first chapter of the book, where a priest is acting as a tour-guide to various pilgrims visiting the Bharamaur and thus serving as a narrator to the entire story, that chapter provided a wholesome experience of exploring that area for me, I felt like I was right there with the pilgrims, and it was a great kick-start to the book, which is elaborately descriptive, but not in a negative fashion but at some parts the pace was excruciatingly slow. Although, the description of various hells, the way people cruel to fellow humans, especially to women, are treated was, in a dark way, comforting but otherwise extremely hooking.
The book is too absorbing, if only for the grammatical errors and narration but I'd still recommend it to everyone because it literally inspires you to help people more and live a better life (you'd know if you learned about those hells)

thanishor 1 month, 1 week ago

mix out of old stories, mythology and fiction.

The book Purgatory Voyage making is a mix out of old stories, mythology and fiction. The story has an astounding storyline which we don't insight into our standard everyday presence yet are just dreams. The book moreover has fine arts to depict the story.

Purgatory Voyage is a journey where Kalidas travel through the different realms of the universe. The plot is set in the 925 AD set in a period we don't consider science, superstitions ruled the world

Kalidas is a ruler who set on an excursion searching for trust, answers to his issues and game plans.

The writer composed and cut down the story in an astounding way. The language was clear and the storyline was quite intriguing

Vaishali saxena 1 month, 2 weeks ago

Grab this book to know Indian rich cultural heritage and life after death.

This book is about a story of "kalidas" who experienced life after death for a few days in his present life. Book tells that around 1000 years back, anyone could go for a purgatory voyage to experience life after death for 12 days through a tunnel in Bharmaur, Himachal Pradesh. But no one could recall what happened to them during that voyage, different from others surprisingly kalidas was able to recall all those incidents. After returning to his state, he embarked on a discourse about his purgatory voyage and his scary encounters with the King of Bundelkhand.
Then how much his life changed? What was it that he told everyone? Why did he go there again? And why he closed that tunnel? What happened to him? And where is that tunnel said to be sifted now? Read this book to the answers.

Shweta jain 1 month, 4 weeks ago

Karma is king

There is a difference between sins and crimes. Sins are defined and judged by God whereas crimes are defined and judged by the judiciary, which is headed by the King."

This is a story of 925 AD  based on ancient Hindu text called Garuda Purana, which describes the soul's journey. Kali, the protagonist, decides to go on a purgatory voyage to experience life after death. It is a journey through a cave for 12 days (10 + 2) where a person can experience everything they should go through, including heaven and hell after they die.
What happened to Kali during the voyage?
Does anyone believe him?

This book is basically a lesson on karma, what we sow today, so shall we reap tomorrow. I personally like this genre books and this book have all the qualities of a good book with lucid writing style with good teachings. Every mythology lover shall read this book.

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