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Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta | Book 3: Ram Chandra Series By Amish Tripathi | Personal Review

Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta | Book 3: Ram Chandra Series By Amish Tripathi | Cover Page

We love reading the fictional retellings of ancient Indian scriptures. Actually, only India has a tradition to wholeheartedly accept various retelling of very important scriptures. Be it Ramayana or Mahabharata (referring just popular ones), you may find hundreds of versions of the same across the country. Bharatiya culture is the only one where you can love the Gods or their ... Read More »

Ghosts of The Silent Hills By Anita Krishan | Book Reviews

Ghosts of The Silent Hills: Stories based on true hauntings By Anita Krishan | Book Cover

Ghosts of The Silent Hills: Stories based on true hauntings By Anita Krishan | Book Cover Usually, we avoid talking about books (or for that matter any media) that fall in the horror genre, especially when we find too much adultery and other abusive content is included in it. So, our regular readers may find this book a little unexpected. ... Read More »

Mardaani 2 | A Bollywood Crime Thriller | Movie Review

When you work in so many commercial movies, you are often considered as a star rather than an actor. This perception is not 100% right. Late Rishi Kapoor once said something like this: when the actor is good looking it is often referred to as a poor actor and vice versa. That is an irony! Probably, he himself answered it ... Read More »

Inner Space By Renji Panicker | Book Review

Inner Space By Renji Panicker | Book Cover

We love to talk about genuine books in self-help, motivational, inspirational and spiritual genres too. Here are quick links to some such books we talked about in the recent past. Clarity is the only Spirituality by Susunaga Weeraperuma The Quest of the Sparrows by Kartik and Ravi Nirmal Sharma The Blue Moon Day: Five Men’s Magical Discovery Enroute Life by ... Read More »

Harappa: Curse of the Blood River by Vineet Bajpai | Book Review

Harappa: Curse of the Blood River by Vineet Bajpai | Book Cover

The historical/mythological fiction genre has gained popularity in India in last decade with a lot of brilliant books re-telling our well-loved legends. Some of these stick to the established versions of the epics, but provide insights and observations like Devdutt Pattanaik, while others re-interpret the epics with their own version of characters as well as timelines. Here, at ThinkerViews we ... Read More »

The Magic Moonlight Flower and other Enchanting Stories by Satyajit Ray | Vacation Reads

The Magic Moonlight Flower and other Enchanting Stories by Satyajit Ray | Book Cover

Some people are born with so much talent that they achieve scintillating success in whatever form of art they practice. Satyajit Ray is definitely one of such artists. While his international fame is linked to the movies he directed, we are also big fans of his writing. He has given us characters like Feluda and Professor Shonku. He also edited ... Read More »

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