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The Rule Breakers by Preeti Shenoy | Book Review

The Rule Breakers by Preeti Shenoy | Book Cover

As the world has changed around us, the stories we tell reflect that different world. There are more and more voices airing how the lives of people in various corners of India are also changing with new opportunities and still to some extent appear unchanged at the fundamental level of beliefs. The popular, mainstream writers have managed to capture the ... Read More »

I, Duryodhana by Pradeep Govind | Book Review

I, Duryodhana by Pradeep Govind - Book Cover

Mahabharata is famously known to contain every possible story that human minds can conjure and all shades of grey in the characters that play a part in its rich and complex narrative. And so it happens that the stories from Mahabharata have been interpreted and re-told by every generation as the world changes and yet remains the same for its ... Read More »

A Rising Man by Abir Mukherjee | Book Review

A Rising Man by Abir Mukherjee | Book Cover

As the world has shrunk with modern, convenient means of travelling and communication, it has become the melting pot that started its journey with the severe clash of culture the colonization by Europeans started. There is a lot to be said about the evils of slavery and loss of independence and cultural heritage for numerous countries of the world under ... Read More »

Celebrate this Diwali with Ethnicity

Diwali - Diyas : Celebrate this Diwali with Ethnicity

In our land of festivals that celebrate cultural heritage and ethnicity, nothing quite matches the king of festivals for its splendour and richness. Diwali is the time to celebrate the victory of light over darkness, admire the colours of Rangoli, clean the debris of the previous year and welcome Goddess Lakshmi into our houses and lives, greet a New Year ... Read More »

Ethnicity by Appearance | Perseverance Blend With Fashion

How often do we judge people by appearances? The answer is – “almost always”. As you go through your day, whether walking in the street, travelling in a bus or local train, shopping, banking, working – the brain carries on cataloguing people subconsciously with no active effort as we go through our routine life – ranging from… “that’s a smart ... Read More »

The Antagonists by Tina Biswas | Book Review

The Antagonists by Tina Biswas | Book Cover

Does literature inspire life or does life inspire literature? The question is akin to a chicken and egg situation. The simple answer I think is that life and literature are reflections of each other, one without other is not worthwhile. Although majority of contemporary fiction is market based and targeted to specific section of readers – for example, romantic fiction, ... Read More »