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Little Maryam by Hamid Baig | Book Reviews

Little Maryam by Hamid Baig | Book Reviews

Recently I got a chance to read a book named Little Maryam by Mr. Hamid Baig on behalf of our team. Hamid started writing short stories at very early age, however this is his first book. So let me share my unbiased views and review for this debut work by him. Book Title : Little Maryam Tagline: A Tale Of Cultural Crossovers Author : Hamid Baig Publisher : Notion Press; Published: (January 26, 2018) # of Pages : 296 (Paperback Edition) 1804.0KB; 298 (Kindle Edition) # of Chapters : 16 Purchase Link(s) : Buy Book From Amazon India – Paperback ... Read More »

Meenakshi: The Story Of Raavan’s Sister by Anand Neelakantan | Book Reviews

Meenakshi: The Story Of Raavan’s Sister by Anand Neelakantan | Book Reviews

I got a chance to grab and read Ravana’s Sister (Meenakshi) recently, as a book promotion was running. It is a very short EBook (just 14 pages) which you can read within half an hour. The question is, whether you should read it? If you love to explore Indian Mythology, recently it started flowing books in the zone. As Anand Neelakantan is famous for looking at the story (be it an epic) from the different (precisely, opponent’s) perspective; his books let us explore Ramayana from Ravana’s point and Mahabharata from Duryodhana’s perspective. Asura: Tale of The Vanquished He then decided ... Read More »

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle | Movie Reviews

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle | Movie Reviews

We love watching Kids special movies and share our genuine and unbiased reviews for the same. Jumanji, however is not “kids only” film, young adults and even adults and elder will find it enjoyable. Most of us very well know the fact that the source of the story of Jumanji is a picture book of the same name by writer and illustrator Chris Van Allsburg. The book was published in 1981. The book was adapted into a movie of the same name in 1995 starring Robbin Williams amongst others. As Robin and Chris both stated “Jumanji” is a word in ... Read More »

Voldemort: Origins of the Heir – An unofficial fanfilm | Movie Reviews

Voldemort: Origins of the Heir – An unofficial fanfilm | Movie Reviews

Harry Potter and his family, friends and even enemies are known to a majority of book readers and movie lovers around the globe. Though, all of them are fictional characters, the love they received is something that even real people crave to get. Probably, the author J. K. Rowling herself hadn’t imagined this level of popularity for the fictional magical world she has created. She wrote 7 books in the series and eventually published a few short books as supplementaries to the main story. The books got so much popular that they are adapted as a series of 8 movies. ... Read More »

Origin by Dan Brown | Book Review

Origin by Dan Brown | Book Review

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 stage and our fate is already written. Being the most egotistical race on this planet, our imagination always comes back to a human-centric universe ruled by a benevolent God. But even after the cumulative efforts of each and every civilization ... Read More »

Bhoomija: Sita by Anand Neelakantan | Book Reviews

Bhoomija: Sita by Anand Neelakantan | Book Reviews

Anand Neelakantan is famous for visiting the popular mythological stuff from the other party’s perspective. Ramayana is written as Lord Rama’s story by sage Valmiki and carried forward in the same manner. Anand found that there are people in southern part of India who consider Ravana a diety. He even found a village where people worship Duryodhana, whom a majority of people consider the villain in Mahabharata epic, and hate him! These conflicting instances made him think that what could have been the stories if they were seen from the perspective of Ravana and Duryodhana. He thus came up with ... Read More »