“Ghosts, Monsters and Demons of India” by Rakesh Khanna and J. Furcifer Bhairav

"Ghosts, Monsters and Demons of India" by Rakesh Khanna and J. Furcifer Bhairav

"An illustrated guide to the folktales and real-life stories of the ghosts, monsters and demons of India, a culture famously rich in tradition and legends. Perfect for fans of Eli Roth's Urban Legends and Guillermo Del Toro's Cabinet of Curiosities.

An encyclopedia of evil entities and folkloric fiends from across India, from Ladakh to Kerala, Lakshadweep to Nagaland, Naraka to Tuchenkwaka, complete with 60 spooky illustrations. Inside this book you will find…

Killer robots built with stolen Roman engineering technology that once guarded the relics of the Buddha
The ghost of a 21-year-old motorcyclist whose Enfield Bullet is venerated at a highway temple in Rajasthan
A Himalayan drum-playing spirit-teacher whose wife is a fearsome Yeti
Diabolical entities conjured into existence by the simultaneous deaths of seven tigers
Triple-rooted night-flying Vedic necromancers
Call-centre employees from beyond the grave
The dreaded Ngalei Ahmaw of Maraland, whose victims’ heads detach themselves from their bodies at night and go wandering in search of blood
… and more"