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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 »

Katha By Shoba Narayan | Book Review

Katha By Shoba Narayan | Book Cover

Being a professional book reviewer, that too associated with prestigious team ThinkerViews has its own perks. We get a chance to read books from various genres and even get a chance to connect to some talents which are not well-recognised yet. While most of the reader prefer thrillers, fantasy fictions and mythological stuff; self-help, inspirational, motivational and marketing specific books ... Read More »

7 Hours at Bhata Road by Ajinkya Bhasme | Book Review

7 Hours at Bhata Road by Ajinkya Bhasme | Book Cover

It takes all kinds of people to make the world. How often do we hear these words, and very true they are too. Team Thinkerviews is filled with book-loving readers, but none of us are very fond of horror/terror genres. But there is a whole world out there of people who enjoy horror books / films / TV series immensely ... Read More »

Panipat | A Popular Book By Vishvash Patil | Personal Review

Panipat | A Popular Book By Vishvash Patil | Book Cover

Every historical account written after many years of the actual series of incidents happen relies highly on the research material available. Often, even the reference material is found written from the perspective of the author and it is natural and obvious to find it influenced by the political scenario/situation at the time of writing it. It is thus rightly said, ... Read More »

The Satapur Moonstone by Sujata Massey | Book Review

The Satapur Moonstone by Sujata Massey | Book Cover

We came across author Sujata Massey‘s books featuring Perveen Mistry – a young, female solicitor working in Mumbai of 1920s and reviewed the first book of the series here: A Murder at Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey | Book Review The book was successful and so like many other writers, Sujata Massey has given us a second murder mystery featuring ... Read More »

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