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Arranged Marriage by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni | Book Review

Arranged Marriage by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni | Book Cover

As you know we like to explore authors writing stories that span across cultures and view the world from the kaleidoscope of their experiences around the world. Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni is one such powerful and prolific author whose work we have admired for a few years. We have published our views on The Mistress of Spices in 2012, and since ... Read More »

Shakuntala And Dushyanta by Ashok K Banker | Book Review

Shakuntala And Dushyanta: The Love Story That Gave Birth To A Nation: Epic Love Stories Book 1 | Book Cover

India is the largest democracy in the world. The name India is however given by the foreigners. The original name is “Bharat” (भारत) and that’s why it is officially written as Republic of India in English and भारत गणराज्य in Hindi. The name भारत is a tribute to the great King Bharat from the Chandravansh clan. He was the one ... Read More »

The Kumbh Travelogue 2019 by Anuj Tikku | Picture EBook Review

The Kumbh Travelogue 2019 by Anuj Tikku | Picture EBook | Cover Page

Kumbh Mela is the largest spiritual gathering (or possibly for that matter – gathering) around the world. The tradition of Kumbh Mela is centuries old. Every 12 years a full Kumbh and every 6 years a half Kumbh is arranged. The roots of the tradition lies into the ancient Indian (Bharatiya) literature which is often referred to as mythology. According ... Read More »

The Red Dot: A Short Story by Sharath Komarraju | Book Review

The Red Dot: A Short Story by Sharath Komarraju | Book Cover

Do you love reading crime thrillers, police procedural and detective fictions? We do :). And, when it comes to short stories, we find it often worthy of going for. They are not only cheaper in terms of price but also require less time to read it. Often, when you are traveling, such shorts can prove to be a good travel ... Read More »

A Voyage Through the Echoes by Prakriti Singh | Book Review

A Voyage Through the Echoes by Prakriti Singh | Book Cover

While on one hand, we see some intellectuals worrying about the habit of reading and see it on the verge of dying; and on the other, we see a large number of authors are entering into the spectrum with their works. Of course, the rise of TeleVision, Movie theatres and other options of enjoyments, has affected the habit of reading ... Read More »