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Satyayoddha Kalki – Eye of Brahma By Kevin Missal | Book Review

Satyayoddha Kalki - Eye of Brahma By Kevin Missal | Book Cover

यदा यदा हि धर्मस्य ग्लानिर्भवति भारत । अभ्युत्थानमधर्मस्य तदात्मानं सृजाम्यहम्- ॥४-७॥ परित्राणाय- साधूनां विनाशाय च दुष्कृताम् । धर्मसंस्थापनार्थाय सम्भवामि युगे युगे ॥४-८॥ There is something so eternal and comforting in this promise that no matter how much the Adharma appears to rise in this world, there will always be Dharma to defeat it and restore balance to our world and ... Read More »

The Peshwa: War of the Deceivers by Ram Sivasankaran | Book Review

The Peshwa: War of the Deceivers by Ram Sivasankaran | Book Cover

The Peshwa: War of the Deceivers by Ram Sivasankaran | Book Review Bajirao Ballal aka Peshwa Bajirao Bhat, the son of Balaji Vishwanath was an unmatched warrior and military strategist we’ve seen in the recent Indian history. It pains to see such a remarkable warriors don’t get the due in the history. It is in an irony that people come ... Read More »

Dharmayoddha Kalki – Avatar of Vishnu By Kevin Missal | Book Review

Dharmayoddha Kalki - Avatar of Vishnu By Kevin Missal | Book Cover

Reinterpretation of ancient myths and legends from Greco-Roman writings have inspired countless modern bestsellers across various platforms in the last few decades. For example, The Percy Jackson series of books and movies, Thor movies, adaptations telling the legend of Troy… Considering the much wider and deeper range of stories available in Indian mythology, it is hardly surprising that books belonging ... Read More »

The Peshwa: The Lion and The Stallion by Ram Sivasankaran | Book Review

The Peshwa: The Lion and The Stallion by Ram Sivasankaran | Book Cover

It was a long ago when we bought this book The Peshwa: The Lion and The Stallion by Ram Sivasankaran during a fantastic promotion. It somehow took a backseat in the queue and was ignored for a remarkable amount of time. No due to negligence, but based on the flow of the books we have. One fine day, Peshwa Bajiro’s ... Read More »