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The Golden Compass Trilogy | Book Reviews

The Golden Compass Trilogy | Book Reviews

Religion is a cornerstone of our lives and for most children it takes shape as they grow up and see how important it is to their parents, or not. It is also such a personal aspect of everyone’s life that commenting on any religion always carries a lot of inherent risk. However, most people agree that the purpose of having a religion is to aspire for better things in life, to look up and forward and do good in the world as you pass through it in this life. Whether there is an afterlife or not, if this life is ... Read More »

The Test of My Life: From Cricket to Cancer and Back  by Yuvraj Singh | Book Reviews

The Test of My Life: From Cricket to Cancer and Back by Yuvraj Singh | Book Reviews

We did bought The Test of My Life: From Cricket to Cancer and Back a book written by ace cricketer from India – Yuvraj Singh, before many days. As we have completed it now let us share our unbiased views and reviews for the same with you all. Yuvraj Singh is known for many of his performances (in cricket) but best remembered for going full monty (hitting six sixes in an over); and of course being the player of the series for the second Cricket World Cup, India have won. He is inspirational figure for many for his cricketing skills ... Read More »

Asura: Tale of The Vanquished by Anand Neelakantan | Book Reviews

Asura: Tale of The Vanquished by Anand Neelakantan | Book Reviews

Everyone have his/her own perspective when looking at any event or thing. It is the well known fact that different people have different version of the same incident they all are associated with altogether. And, winners always write the history. That’s why only positive sides of the winners are explored more. And wit the passing time the salt and pepper keep added to the documented facts are eventually transformed into legends and myths. Book Title : Asura:Tale of the Vanquished: The Story of Ravana and His People Author : Anand Neelakantan Publisher : Leadstart Publishing Private Limited Published: (25 April ... Read More »

The Last Bloom by Poulomi Sengupta | Book Reviews

The Last Bloom by Poulomi Sengupta | Book Reviews

Recently we got a chance to read The Last Bloom, a book by debutante author Poulomi Sengupta. The book touches the subject of politics in college campus and it’s impact on students. The book also insists rightly that the college campuses are meant to be studied at. The politics should not affect the process of learning. It also raises some valid points like when we are talking about “brain drain”, we need to look at the environment we are giving to our youth. Those who are living the country for the better future loves the motherland like all of us. ... Read More »

In The Wonderland Of Numbers – Maths and Your Child By Shakuntala Devi

In The Wonderland Of Numbers – Maths and Your Child By Shakuntala Devi

If we talk about perceptions, a majority of people will agree that they consider maths as a comparatively difficult subject. It is however one of the most used subject in our life. Be it currency calculation or something else, we cannot live without using Maths in our day to day life for sure. Shakunatala Devi, known for her mathematical abilities was considered a “human computer”. She was not only a great mathematician but a nice human being too. She have tried a lot to remove the fear of maths from students’ minds. From what we know about her we can ... Read More »

Anandmath | Classic Book | Personal Reviews

Anandmath | Classic Book | Personal Reviews

Late Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay or Bankim Chandra Chatterjee (26 June 1838–8 April 1894) celebrates a special place in the hearts of all Indian people. Though he wrote many books and other stuffs, he was, is and will be remembered best for his magnum opus Anandmath. Anandmath is not only a book, but the container of the National song of India – Vande Mataram. Yes, the song – Vande Mataram – initially wrote as the part of the book (actually it is the soul of the book) got so much popular upon its release that it soon became the part of ... Read More »