We are joined by one of India’s most beloved authors, Amish Tripathi, on the podcast. He speaks about his latest book, 'Legend of Suheldev: The King Who Saved India', based on the Indian king from Shravasti, who united various kingdoms against the invading Turkic army and defeated the Ghaznavid general, Ghazi Salar Masud, at Bahraich in 1034 CE. Amish’s writing surfaces profound civilizational realities such as the concept of dharma, karma, varna, ahimsa, bhakti, itihaasa, and more woven in a rich, seamless tapestry of storytelling genius that lends him immense cross-generational appeal, having sold over 5.5 million copies in the last 10 years. In this free wheeling conversation with Roshan Cariappa, Amish talks about various facets of the book, its tropes, and how they are relevant in the present context. This podcast is available on all popular platforms including Anchor.fm, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and YouTube. If you liked the episode, please share and subscribe - also, rate us on your favourite platform.