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Kartikeya: The Destroyer’s Son by Anuja Chandramouli | Book Review

Kartikeya: The Destroyer's Son - by - Anuja Chandramouli - Book Cover

As we have noted in a few posts lately, the revival of ancient and mythological stories of India has become a popular and fast-selling genre for fiction books. Especially for those young people whose exposure to Sanskrit literature and mythology has been limited at school, these books provide a great source of pleasure and knowledge. And hence we are always ... Read More »

Origin by Dan Brown | Book Review

Origin - a book by - Dan Brown - Cover Page

As we have written before on this blog, mankind has been trying to resolve the mysteries of its own existence for thousands of years. We have been continuously looking for the guiding intelligence or divine force or the ruling conscience that drives this universe. We are desperate to know whether our life has a meaning or is it just a ... Read More »

Million Dollar Arm | Hollywood Movie | Personal Reviews

India has always been the land that has attracted rest of the world for one reason or another ever since the dawn of civilisation. The earliest we can recall is when it was the chosen land of the Aryans. Then for centuries, it attracted people from Asia including Turks, Arabs, Mongols, Mughals and even Alexander the Great wasn’t finished with ... Read More »

The November Man | A Spy Thriller | Views And Reviews

For an English actor the role of James Bond is a special place to be in, as it boosts the career like never before and gets him everywhere in the world. This was very true for Pierce Brosnan when he was hailed as the best Bond ever after his debut in early 1990s as Ian Fleming‘s quintessentially British spy. Even ... Read More »

Captain Phillips | Hollywood Movie Reviews

The attraction of finding riches without working for it has always been very strong with humans. Theft, pilferage, fraud – whatever you call it, it is an assault on any man’s right to own the money and goods they have earned. And it is no wonder that in the seafaring world, the pirates are the worst possible enemies of free ... Read More »