Akshay Kumar Unveils Amish Tripathi’s Book Cover Launch ‘Scion Of Ikshkavu’

The Cover Reveal Of Scion Of Ikshvaku, The First Book Of The Ram Chandra Series From Literary Popstar Amish Took Place In Mumbai Today. Bollywood Superstar, Akshay Kumar, Unveiled The Intriguing Cover Design During A Press Conference.

Akshay Kumar Connect With Fans And Smiling At Book Cover Launch ‘Scion Of Ikshkavu’

Akshay Kumar Connect With Fans And Smiling At Book Cover Launch 'Scion Of Ikshkavu'

In This Image: Akshay Kumar
In His Usual Enigmatic Style Amish Remarked, The Cover Has Many Symbolic Elements Seamlessly Integrated Into Its Core, With The Intent To Maintain The High Standards Of Visual Appeal That We Have Set With My Earlier Book Covers. Many Of These Symbols On The Cover And Through The Books Are Clues To My Stories For Those Well-Versed With Indian Scriptures. Of Course The Cover Has To Look Good As Well! I Am Very Lucky That A Fantastic Team Worked Hard To Make This Cover Design To A Very High Quality Standard, He Added.


Akshay Kumar Unveils Amish Tripathi’s Book Cover Launch ‘Scion Of Ikshkavu’

Akshay Kumar Unveils Amish Tripathi's Book Cover Launch 'Scion Of Ikshkavu'

In This Image: Akshay Kumar
Akshay Kumar Unveils Amish Tripathi’s Book Cover Launch ‘Scion Of Ikshkavu’


Akshay Kumar Launches Amish Tripathi’s Book ‘Scion Of Ikshkavu’ In Mumbai

Akshay Kumar Launches Amish Tripathi's Book 'Scion Of Ikshkavu' In Mumbai

In This Image: Akshay Kumar
Akshay Kumar Launches Amish Tripathi’s Book ‘Scion Of Ikshkavu’ In Mumbai


Akshay Kumar Interacting With Media During The Book Launch Of Scion Of Ikshkavu

Akshay Kumar Interacting With Media During The Book Launch Of  Scion Of Ikshkavu

In This Image: Akshay Kumar
Designed By Creative Agency Think Why Not, The Cover Depicts A Distraught Ram Shooting At Ravaan’s Pushpak Vimaan As It Speeds Away Into The Clouds, Carrying His Beloved Sita. As With His Earlier Book Covers For The Shiva Trilogy, Amish Has Embellished The Cover Of Scion Of Ikshvaku With A Few Ancient Symbols That Act As Clues For His Millions Of Readers To Embark On A Hunt To Decipher His Symbolic Codes And Discover The Rich Folklore Of Indian Mythology. Use Of Symbology Has Been Inherent In All His Covers In The Shiva Trilogy As Well. For Example, On The Spine Of The Immortals Of Meluha (Book 1 Of The Shiva Trilogy), He Has Used The Earliest Discovered Depiction Of Lord Shiva In The Form Of The Pashupati Seal, Which Was Found In The Indus Valley Civilisation.



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