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Kuber | A Hindi Book By Ashutosh Garg | Personal Review

Kuber | A Hindi Book By Ashutosh Garg | Book Cover

Bharatiya (that is Indian) culture is a magical tapestry. It is a perfect balance of science and philosophy. While most of the people believe that Dharma is religion and it is mostly about afterlife. It is not a correct definition. Dharma is much more than – religion. And the Bharatiya culture considers Dharm (Dharma), Arth (Artha), Kam (Kama) and Moksh(Moksha) ... Read More »

The Wrath of the Hellfires by Shatrujeet Nath | Book Review

The Wrath of the Hellfires by Shatrujeet Nath | Book Cover

Exploring the modern take on Indian legends we have been reading Shatrujeet Nath‘s Vikramaditya Veergatha series and we have shared our reviews on the first three books of this series with you previously here at Thinkerviews: The Guardians of the Halahala The Conspiracy at Meru The Vengeance of Indra And now continuing with the series, let’s talk about the latest installment ... Read More »

Sita: An Illustrated Retelling of the Ramayana By Devdutt Pattanaik | Book Review

Sita: An Illustrated Retelling of the Ramayana By Devdutt Pattanaik | Book Cover

Indian, that is Bharatiya, literature is full of tales that are embedded with wit, wisdom and life lessons. Being the advanced most civilization of the ancient times, it has documented some historical incidents in mesmerising ways. Over the period of time these stories are traveled through various geographic areas via mouth and in text format. The stories and retold and ... Read More »

Yayati By Vishnu Khandekar | Hindi Book Review

Yayati By Vishnu Sakharam Khandekar | Hindi Version | Book Cover

Bharatiya (that is Indian) literature fascinates our team. It is the richest literature known to the mankind that explored all the possible emotions, situations, times, knowledge and wisdom of respective times. The tales (regardless of the fact that you consider them mythology or history) are intended to convey life lessons (if you want to learn, and if you don’t want ... Read More »

Indra: The Saga of Purandar By Ashutosh Garg | Book Review

Indra: The Saga of Purandar By Ashutosh Garg | Book Cover

Indra, the king of Gods, just a mention of him brings a lot of different emotions altogether. Those who have proper knowledge of ancient Bharatiya (that is Indian) literature that Indra is a post. Whoever is throned as the King of Devas, known as Indra. The current Indra is – Purandar. Sanskrit hymes like the following used in regular rituals ... Read More »

Ahalya’s Awakening By Kavita Kane | Book Review

Ahalya's Awakening By Kavita Kane | Book Cover

Being blessed with the richest ancient literature and the most advanced culture of its time, Bharatiya (that is Indian) society has to be the ideal in the current times. If it is not then it is because of the people forgetting the routes. And rather than understanding the essence of the fables, folklores, mythological stories and scriptures; we started taking ... Read More »