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Shorgul: Shabdon Ki Kahasuni | A Collection Of Poems By Kamal Upadhyay | Book Review

शोरगुल: शब्दों की कहासुनी (Shorgul) | Book Cover

Kamal Upadhyay is an author we came to know about through a satire named “Lankapati Ka Loktantra”. Current political scenarios and mythology are weaved quite nicely in that satire. You can read our detailed review for the same at the link below: Lankapati Ka Loktantra by Kamal Upadhyay | Book Review Reading “Lankapati Ka Loktantra” made us curious to know ... Read More »

The Conspiracy at Meru by Shatrujeet Nath | Book review

The Conspiracy at Meru | Vikramaditya Veergatha Series | Second Book | Cover Page

The name Vikramaditya symbolises the Ideal King in Indian minds – the Pardukhbhanjan king that went out in the nights to find out how his people were, the king who achieved many impossible feats with from Gods and help of his supernatural friend Vaitala, the king who is a hero, in so many folk tales spreading across Bharatvarsha and captured ... Read More »

The Dark Room by R. K. Narayan | Book Review

The Dark Room by R. K. Narayan | Book Cover

R. K. Narayan needs no introduction as he is hailed as one of the most successful Indian writers whose fame has spread all over the English reading world. His iconic works include the world of Malgudi Days and critically acclaimed book cum movie Guide. He is compared to writers like Chekhov, O ‘Henry and Guy De Maupassant by critics and ... Read More »

Shahjahanabad: The City and Its People | A Chapter From Red Fort By Debasish Das

Red Fort: Remembering the Magnificent Mughals By Debasish Das

Debasish Das, a scholar in history, came up with a book named Red Fort: Remembering the Magnificent Mughals. He has documented what he found about the iconic “Red Fort” during his years of studying history in the form of this book. Book Title : Red Fort: Remembering the Magnificent Mughals Author : Debasish Das Publisher : WorditCDE (13 December 2019) ... Read More »