Amish Tripathi is a well known contemporary Indian fiction writer. He was born on October 18th, 1974, in Mumbai city in India. Tripathi grew up in a religious middle-class family. His interest in subjects like history played an important role in the journey of becoming a best-selling writer. He is best recognized for his book ‘The Shiva Trilogy’. His debut novel ‘Immortals of Meluha’ made a record-breaking sell within a few weeks of its launch making him an internationally acclaimed Indian writer.
After graduation from St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai, in Science, Tripathi went on to study Business Administration. He completed his MBA from the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta. He worked in the field of finance as marketing and product manager at multiple firms, including Standard Chartered, DBS Bank, and IDBI Federal Life Insurance for fourteen years.
As life had different plans for Mr. Tripathi, he turned to become an author. It took him almost five years to finish the first book. Tripathi’s first novel ‘The Immortals of Meluha’ was published in 2010. Amish Tripathi’s bestseller ‘The Shiva Trilogy’ gained a huge commercial success and became the most rapidly sold books in history. It has also been translated into 14 different languages.
Quotes by Amish Tripathi
The opposite of love is not hate, its apathy when u simply don’t bother about that person!
Creation and destruction are the two ends of the same moment. And everything between the creation and the next destruction is the journey of life.
The most powerful force in a woman’s life is the need to be appreciated, loved and cherished for what she is.
It’s our greed to extract more and more from good that turns it into evil.
Whether a man is a legend or not is decided by history, not fortune tellers.
It is your karma to fight evil. It doesn’t matter if the people that evil is being committed against don’t fight back. It doesn’t matter if the entire world chooses to look the other way. Always remember this. You don’t live with the consequences of other people’s karma. You live with the consequences of your own.
No. The purpose is not the destination but the journey itself. Only those who understand this simple truth can experience true happiness.
Nothing is more important than life. Nothing. You realise the simplicity of that point only when you confront death every day.
Strong people stick to their morals, no matter what the trials and tribulations, Weak people, many a times, do not even realize how low they have sunk.
Standing by and doing nothing while a sin is committed is as bad as committing the sin itself.