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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 »

Warrior by Olivier Lafont | Book Reviews

Warrior - by Olivier Lafont - Book Cover

Actor Olivier Lafont’s roots are French (actually he is of mixed origin) but his understanding of Indian mythology is excellent. And, he is a very good writer. His command over English language is fantastic. He has written many books. Let us share our personal Views and Review for one of his books Warrior. It is tough to read this book ... Read More »

Corpokshetra: Mahabharata in the MBA Yug by Deepak Kaul| Book Reviews

Corpokshetra : Mahabharata in MBA Yug - by Deepak Kaul - Book Cover

There is something with Mahabharata that it is near to the heart of many Indian (and those who truly explored Indian literature) souls, that it was told and retold and retold, many times; without loosing its charm. I remember ace film script writer Salim Khan said in one interview that “There is no bigger/better screenplay than the Mahabharat (aka Mahabharata) ... Read More »

Scion Of Ikshvaku | Book Reviews

Scion Of Ikshvaku - Book Cover

Amish Tripathi is back with another book – Scion Of Ikshvaku. This time he tries to explore the tale of Lord Rama in his signature style. In order to make the things more contemporary, he tries to humanise the mythological character. Book Title : Scion Of Ikshvaku Author : Amish Tripathi Genre : Mythology retold Publisher : Westland Ltd. (22 ... Read More »