Immortal talks book review
Ratings: Immortal Talks

‘Immortal Talks by Shunya’ is a fascinating and captivating book. The writer flawlessly describes the eternal power i.e. Souls, Gods, Surahs, and Asuras(Devil).

The story revolves around a tribe called ‘Mahtangs’, who are the most sincere devotees of Lord Hanuman.

The language of the book is calm, but exciting. It keeps you wanting more but in a non-obsessive way.

This book will let you access the ideologies of Lord Hanuman. It is a kind of spiritual once that you must read to calm you down.

In the tribe, there is a tradition that Lord Hanuman visits them in every 41 year. In this meeting, lord hanuman spread some knowledge about life and nature.

Also, he answers some question of his disciples. They used to ask about karma, soul, desire, time, space, and more.

After each meeting with Lord Hanuman, the Mahtangs shift to a new place to live and appoint a new chieftain. They choose their new chieftain through some kind of future predictions. 

The chieftain guides his people through problems they face. He is the wisest among all Mahtangs.

This tribe is like all ordinary tribes of the world. The head has the responsibility to select the upcoming head for their people.

The Mahtangs are entirely cut off from the world. These people generally stay in places surrounded by nature.

They don’t have superstitions or unwanted traditions, but they are devoted to their guru; Lord Hanuman.

Immortal Talks Book Review

The story of Immortal Talks starts with two monks observing the Mahtangs (Tribes).

One of the two monks is an ex-resident of Canada. He loses his wife and his son. He gives up his identity and changes his name to Hanudas, a servant of Hanuman.

The name of another one is Swamiji. One day, Hanudas captures glimpses of white bodiless creatures floating near the Mahtangs, but they vanish in a second.

There is a ritual that after the end of each forty-one year, Lord Hanuman will came and spread his knowledge. And, the Forty-One year is at the end.

Mahtangs start catching glimpses of Lord Hanuman. The day Lord Hanuman meets his disciples is the same day new chieftain takes charges of his duties.

Lord Hanuman gives them knowledge about bad Karma, time strings, bodiless creatures, the difference between soul and character, and so on.

Now, there is a question, why only Mahtangs can see Lord Hanuman?. The answer is simple that Mahtangs are pure devotees of Lord Hanuman.

So, by offering their everything to their deity, they have set off on the path of knowing the truth. 

Mahtangs need to detach from their character, know their true self, and not indulge in their character’s happiness and sadness.

The Upcoming Chieftain

As per future predictions, Urva is going to be next chief of the Mahtangs. He is an ordinary boy with extraordinary grasping skills. Baba, the current leader, teaches him about the responsibilities of a leader. 

Reading immortal talks
Reading Immortal Talks

But there’s one problem which troubles Urva more than anything, his nightmares. When he tell baba about his dreams, Baba said that the nightmares are the sign of becoming you a chief. 

Baba himself too used to get such nightmares before becoming a chief. Baba told urva to prepare for the future.

Urva has the potential to become a great leader for the people. When he meets lord Hanuman, he forgets about everything surrounded him as he is wholly engrossed in the words of knowledge his guru is offering.

Urmi: Fiancée of Urva

Urmi is an intelligent young woman in her early twenties. As per the predictions, she is going to be Urva’s wife.

She uses her knowledge and logic to solve problems and knows some things about spirituality too.

Urmi has epilepsy; a disease that causes seizures. The Mahtangs call it ‘devil’s attack’. The tribal people don’t know the cure or any medicine to lessen the effect.

Urmi meets Lord Hanuman after one of her seizures. She was crying thinking why she is the one with such a bizarre disease or punishment. When lord hanuman starts talking to her, she becomes calm.

During the Mahtangs’ meeting with Lord Hanuman, Urva and Urmi express different points of view, agreeing on few. They occasionally have conflicts about their various aspects, but finally, decide on one.

The Immortal Guru

Lord Hanuman is the immortal guru of Mahtangs. He shows them the lives of other people as examples and solutions to their problems.

Lord Hanuman teaches them to remain detached from their character but enjoy the experiences at the same time.

At first, he meets everyone individually and clears their doubts and problems. He cures their diseases, mental issues, and even social issues.

Lord Hanuman is the Mahtangs’ guide to moksha. He teaches them how to free their souls from their bodies and the daily working of their souls.

Hanuman explains how the complex universe is created by the most uncomplicated procedure to understand.

He educates Urva about how he can stop his nightmares by completing his education of becoming a Mahtangs’ chief.

He also cures Urmi of her epilepsy by His divine powers.

His aura is so divine that the Mahtangs mesmerise being unnoticed. The Mahtangs see his examples through closed eyes like watching a movie.

Lord Hanuman also tells the Mahtangs about the invisible four of their soul; the intelligence, intellect, Samskara, and Chitta. He also teaches them to control them and not sway in their control.

What I Found Most Entertaining in the Immortal Talks

Sweet God, where do I even begin? The flow of the story, the concept, the plot, everything is just so perfect.

It ultimately makes sense about human behaviour. The immortal Talks has answered each of my questions about life and its goal.

Questions like what is spirituality, the ultimate truth of life, and quantum physics have an easy to understand the answer.

In each chapter, the teachings of Lord Hanuman are available in a step by step manner. From how to recognise bad Karma to how to choose our fate, the immortal talks has the answer of almost everything.

The characters of this book play the questions and answers like an interview process. Lord hanuman answers each of their questions about life, souls, how to stay away from bad Karma, and how to be safe from the sinking force of the outside world, Maya.

Who is Immortal Talks Author?

The writer of this book, Shunya, is anonymous. So another book is published recently. And, we would love to read it once we receive it. There is not a single thing I disliked about this book.  

I recommend everyone to read this book who likes devotion and spirituality because it is marvelous in every way.

The Immortal Talks makes you feel as calm as meditating for hours. You can contact the pace of your mind slowing down, like sitting in the Japanese Tea Ceremony. Your problems start offering solutions to themselves.

Conclusion of Immortal Talks

‘Immortal Talks’ by Shunya, is about spirituality and devotion and how it helps to reach the ultimate goal of life.

Lord Hanuman is the tutor who narrates the working of the world and the functions of souls, Surahs, Asurahs, Gods, and Karma.

Immortal Talks Quotes

“There are mainly nine emotions: Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear, Pity, Disgust, Expectation, Surprise, and Trust. You are attached to those who give you joy. We are attached to those who make you sad. You are attached to those you fear. You are attached to those you are full of pity for. We are attached to those who disgust you. We are attached to those you expect from. You are attached to those who surprise you. You are attached to those you trust. In short, you are attached to those who evoke any kind of emotion in you. You should consider them all as mermaids, or the infected souls out to sink you in the depths of their bad Karma.”


“Fear, anger, sadness, disgust, shock, worry, and apathy are some of the major negative flavours in human life. Imagine there is an Asurrah. It finds a fearful person. It will enter his body and savour fear. Asurrah will try to keep him fearful as long as possible, but when the fear is no longer there, it will abandon his body. It will then search for some other target. Suppose it found a sad person. It will enter her body and savour sadness and prolong it if possible. When she is no longer sad, it will vacate her body. It will proceed on to find new targets who are fearful, angry, sad, disgusted, shocked, worried, apathetic to others, etc.”


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