Monday, 16 February 2015

Monday, 9 February 2015

Apsara in Jaipur International Film Festival 2015

Apsara~Nina Bonita

The manuscript of the  novel Apsara ` Nina Bonita based on Indian Mythology gets an entry in The International Screenplay Compitition.

indian mythological novel ,ISC@JIFF2015

Saturday, 26 July 2014

Apsara~ A Mythological Novel

                                       APSARA                                        
                                          A MYTHOLOGICAL NOVEL
                                                            by
                                               Vipin Behari Goyal




                                                              

                                                       (Apsara as depicted in Khajuraho)


This is the story of Triloka-Heaven, Earth and Patala. The lead character is an Apsara- Lata. She was entrusted a mission by Indra, The king of Heaven. The mission was to destroy his enemy, Raja and seize his gold which was three thousand metric tons. Lata successfully draws a foolproof plan but she repeats the same folly her predecessors had done. She falls in love with Raja.

Wednesday, 9 July 2014

Apsara ~nina bonita Copyright from Registrar as Literary work

IT IS GOOD TO HAVE A COPYRIGHT OF YOUR HARD WORK. YOU FEEL MORE SAFE WHILE SUBMITTING FULL MANUSCRIPT TO PUBLISHERS AND PRODUCERS. PLAGIARISM IS HIGHLY CONDEMN-ABLE STILL A THIEF IS A THIEF AND THEY HAVE ALL THE GUTS FOR BEING SHAMELESS.

Thursday, 13 June 2013

Apsara- A Mythological Novel

                              APSARA
                         A MYTHOLOGICAL NOVEL
                                              by
                                   Vipin Behari Goyal




                                                              

                                                       (Apsara as depicted in Khajuraho)


This is the story of Triloka-Heaven, Earth and Patala. The lead character is an Apsara- Lata. She was entrusted a mission by Indra, The king of Heaven. The mission was to destroy his enemy, Raja and seize his gold which was three thousand metric tons. Lata successfully draws a foolproof plan but she repeats the same folly her predecessors had done. She falls in love with Raja.