The Mystery of Bila Land

by Nitish Krishna


Type : Paperback

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Summary of the Book

“A warrior meditating at the foot of snow-capped mountains, surrounded by vibrant flowers with a flowing water stream nearby.

A warrior meditating inside a dark cave with water flowing over his head through a large hole on the roof.

A warrior fighting a battle, with chaos all around.”

What do these dreams signify for Vibhas? Why are these visuals hounding him for the past fifteen years? Who is this warrior? What is his dream trying to make him realize?

The key to these questions is found in the midst of a trek to the mighty Himalayas, when Vibhas splits up from his trekking group and enters the gorgeous land of the Bilas, a local tribe belonging to a forest in the Himalayan mountains.

The shocking truth about his dreams is revealed in the Bila Land, which hosts all the places that he has been seeing in his dreams for the past fifteen years.

However, there is more than just the answers to his dreams to be found here. As truth after truth gets unveiled, Vibhas realizes that what Bila Land has to offer him is an experience that no human kind has had in a thousand years or more.

About the Author

Nitish is a Business and Market Intelligence professional currently working with Genpact. He has an MBA degree from Ohio University with a total experience of 8 years in strategic and business research. His passions include collecting old comics, writing stories, reading and travelling. Nitish lives with his family in the city of Bangalore, where he has been residing since past 30 years.

The Mystery of Bila Land is his first book. The story is inspired from a dream he had at the age of twelve.

Nitish is currently working on his second book, Quest for the lost land, which will complete the fascinating journey of Vibhas.

Nitish can be contacted at

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