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Mountains to Manhattan by Pinakie Kansabanik | Book Reviews

Mountains to Manhattan by Pinakie Kansabanik | Book Cover

If you are looking for a book with a substance which explores the innocence of people living in tough situations with a tiny set of resources quite happily, then Mountains to Manhattan is a book which will appeal you for sure. While living in the comfort of our homes we often complain about many things. We, however, forget to think ... Read More »

March To Opulence edited by Parikshit Nagesh Samant | Book Reviews (Part 1)

March To Opulence edited by Parikshit Nagesh Samant - Book Cover

Recently we got a chance to read a book named March To Opulence. It is a compilation of stories from around the world. It includes fairy tales, folklore and popular stories by well-known authors. Book Title : IMarch To Opulence Editor : Parikshit Nagesh Samant Publisher : Opulencesix Digital Private Limited Published: (28 April 2017) # of Pages : 640 ... Read More »

In The Name of God by Ravi Subramanian | Book Reviews

In The Name Of God - by Ravi Subramanian - Book Cover Page

Ravi Subramanian is good at writing thrillers. So far he has written banking thrillers only. Often he is referred as John Grisham of Banking (thrillers). Here are some of the banking thrillers written by him which we have reviewed so far. If God Was a Banker Bankerupt God is a Gamer Then Ravi came up with The Bestseller She Wrote, ... Read More »

Shanta (The Story Of Rama’s Sister) by Anand Neelakantan | Book Reviews

Shanta (The Story Of Rama's Sister) by Anand Neelakantan - Book Cover

We know a lot of Lord Rama and his family through various versions of Ramayana. The most famous (and considered authentic) two versions of Ramayana are (1) Ancient Valmiki Ramayana and (2)Saint Tulsidas’ Ramayana. Lord Rama (aka Ram) is an ideal human being and his character is dignified and glorified as “Maryada Purushottama”. There are many Film/TV Series adaptations were ... Read More »

BHIMSEN by Prem Panicker | Mahabharata As Bhim View It | Book Reviews

BHIMSEN by Prem Panicker

Ideally, we need to be open-minded. We belong to a culture which was much more open minded and raising questions and issues when you are logically correct were never considered offensive. It was rather considered the preferred practice to follow. Ancient Indian literature is very rich. And when we talk about it, it is obvious to refer Vedas, Puranas, Ramayana ... Read More »

The Bestseller She Wrote by Ravi Subramanian | Book Reviews

The Bestseller She Wrote - Book Cover Page

Reading Ravi Subramanian‘s book is a delightful experience. Often referred as John Grisham of Banking thrillers, Ravi, weaves contemporary incidents and surrounding in his thriller very well. The Bestseller She Wrote is a little different from all his other ventures in the way it explores the story. Ravi names his protagonist Aditya (another name of Sun, and thus Ravi), and ... Read More »