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Shikhandini: Warrior Princess of the Mahabharata | Book Review

Shikhandini: Warrior Princess of the Mahabharata | Book Cover

Mahabharat (aka Mahabharata) is definitely one of the best (if not the best) epic ever known to the mankind. It is rightly said that almost every situation, every problem, every feeling we can possibly face in our lives, are present in it. Probably that is why people (especially with Indian roots) are so fascinated with it. In the true Bharatiya ... Read More »

Invisible Shackles By Anuja Arora | Book Review

Invisible Shackles By Anuja Arora | Book Cover

In life, we often get imprisoned in a “self-created” jail. It is said that the mind creates the barrier and if we can overcome it, we can do wonders in life. All true. But, is that so easy? Don’t circumstance and situation play an important part there? You might be wondering, why these philosophical questions! Well, they may sound philosophical ... Read More »

Bhoot, Bhavish, Bartaman By Mehool Parekh | Book Review

Bhoot, Bhavish, Bartaman By Mehool Parekh | Book Cover

The human mind is a strange creation. It can do wonderful good things and at the same time, it is capable of creating havocs also. When we see the crime in society we see it backed by many things. The social and financial circumstances, the way the person grew up, the choices he/she had at certain junctions of life,… plays ... 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 »

Curse Of Suspicion By Dr. Sujay Kantawala | Book Review

Curse Of Suspicion By Dr. Sujay Kantawala | Book Cover

The human mind is a very simple yet too complicated organ! Yeah, both these attributes contradict each other. While we should consider honest relations as our most prized possessions, we often fail to do so. Being an open entity we get a lot of input daily through our various organs, and it makes its way to our brain. All of ... Read More »