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Interview Of Arun Nair | Author Of Murderous Greed

Arun K Nair - Author of Murderous Greed

Arun K. Nair is a young and aspiring author. His debut book – Murderous Greed – is a nice police procedural. Based on this book we can say that he is going to give a healthy competition to Salil Desai. We were curious to have a conversation with Arun, to know more about him and his journey so far. We ... Read More »

Murderous Greed by Arun K. Nair | Book Reviews

Murderous Greed - a book by Arun K Nair - Cover Page

It is tough to choose a book genre to read, especially for the book lovers. While some of them will go for any genre as far as the book is good while others are specific to stick to a specific genre (or genres). Some like Romantic books or even Rom-Coms, while some loves mythology. Crime thrillers have their own fan-following ... Read More »

The Delhi Sultanate and Padmavat | Bharat Ek Khoj Hindi TV Serial On DVD | Personal Reviews

Episode #26 of Hindi TV Serial Bharat Ek Khoj explores the tale of Allauddin Khilji further. And, of course, when you talk about Khilji, you definitely remember the folklore of Padmavat. Especially, when these days there is a huge controversy running about a movie named Padmavati by well-known filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali, you will find it interesting to (re)visit the ... Read More »

Adventures In Farland by Moshank Relia | Book Reviews

Adventures In Farland - A Book By Moshank Relia - Cover Page

Whenever we come across a book which is targeted for children, we often think, it should have been quite easy to pen a book for these little fellows. On the contrary, it is not a child’s play :). Just try to make up a story when you are trying to make a child feel asleep and you will realize that ... Read More »

The Delhi Sultanate and Prithviraj Raso Part 2 | Bharat Ek Khoj Hindi TV Serial On DVD | Personal Reviews

Episode #25 of Hindi TV Serial Bharat Ek Khoj explores the tale of Prithviraj Chauhan further. The content is inspired by Prithviraj Raso, a bravery poetry (or epic poem in Brajbhasha ) by Chand Bardai, the court poet of Prithviraj. Here is the review article for the previous episode: The Delhi Sultanate and Prithviraj Raso Part 1 The Plot: It ... Read More »