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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 Protected Rakshasa Kaal By Pranay Bhalerao | Book 2: Kavaach Trilogy | Book Review

The Protected Rakshasa Kaal By Pranay Bhalerao | Book 2: Kavaach Trilogy | Book Cover

Our regular readers know that we love reading thrillers, especially the ones which are a good blend of ancient and modern times, having elements of Vedic scripture and modern scientific inventions in a balanced manner. And, when looking for a good book, we don’t discriminate between seasoned authors and newbies. Thus, we found so many remarkable talents over the decades. ... Read More »

The Hidden Hindu: Book 1 By Akshat Gupta | Personal Review

The Hidden Hindu: Book 1 By Akshat Gupta | Book Cover

India (that is Bharat) has the oldest functional civilization and culture. Gone are the times when the Indian subcontinent was considered backward by western countries and the ways of eating, living, praying, storytelling and spirituality are considered backward. The glasses of the western spectacles started having a clean-up job and people around the globe started seeing the true potential of ... Read More »

Valmiki’s Women : Five Tales From The Ramayana By Anand Neelakantan Book Review

Valmiki's Women : Five Tales From The Ramayana By Anand Neelakantan Book Cover

India that is Bharat has the oldest functional culture and civilization. And, it is enriched with the oldest literature. While some people call it mythology, the archeological and astronomical evidences prove that a lot of these tales actually happened. Of course, some stories are definitely metaphors to convey timeless wisdom. There is material to write on and by, so that ... Read More »

Aru Shah and The Nectar of Immortality – Book 5 of the Pandava Series | Book Review

Aru Shah and The Nectar of Immortality - Book 5 of the Pandava Series | Book Page

Author Roshani Chokshi has created a niche for herself with her multiple series of works targeted at young adults featuring characters reminiscent of fairy tales from all around the world. As part of the Rick Riordan presents series, she has been writing the Pandava series that follows the journey of young heroines as they traverse the magical Otherworld and its ... Read More »

Blood & Iron : Kurukshetra Chronicles Book 1 By Deepak M R | Book Review

Blood & Iron : Kurukshetra Chronicles Book 1 By Deepak M R | Book Cover

Mahabharat/Mahabharata and Ramayan/Ramayana are not merely the great poetries. They are the part of Bharatiya (that is Indian) ethos. It is weaved in the DNA of the people who beleived in – Dharma – the righteous way. They have influenced and shaped generations across the subcontinent and even people from beyond the geographical boundaries. One of the famous Gujarati authors ... Read More »