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Tenth Avatar - A Quest for Answers by Dr. Kanchan Joshi

"Only when we break the shackles of our perceived limitations can we truly unlock the boundless potential within us."

Tenth Avatar by Dr. Kanchan Joshi is a fusion of ancient mythology and modern science, exploring the depths of human potential and spirituality. The narrative brings together a brave prince from ancient times, endowed with superhuman yogic abilities, and a contemporary genius mathematician delving into the mysteries of the universe. 

Despite being separated by millennia, their shared quest to unveil the true nature of reality and guide humanity towards its next evolutionary step.


Joshi’s expertise in both history and advanced scientific research is evident, making the book an educational read. The blend of ancient wisdom and cutting-edge physics invites readers into a world where spirituality and science converge in fascinating ways. This novel is also a profound exploration of life's deeper questions.

Born and brought up in India, Kanchan earned a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the University of California. He has lived in the US for more than 15 years, working in Research & Development.

Publisher - The Write Place
Genre - Indian fiction 
Price - Rs 350
Pages - 242

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