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Kartikeya, the Destroyer’s Son By Anuja Chandramouli | Book Review

Kartikeya: The Destroyer's Son - by - Anuja Chandramouli - Book Cover

Anuja Chandramouli‘s bestselling mythology based novel Kartikeya, the Destroyer’s Son is based on War God Kartikey’s legend. Now it is a recent trend in Indian fantasy fiction that authors like to pick up mythological characters from Indian epics and retelling their stories in a different way. No doubt, it is a good initiative, it not only refreshing our memories regarding ... Read More »

The Shiva Sutras by Ranjit Chaudhri | Book Review

The Shiva Sutras by Ranjit Chaudhri | Book Cover

The perks of being a professional book reviewer include a chance to explore various book genres. Today I am going to talk about The Shiva Sutras penned by Ranjit Chaudhri and published by Fingerprint! Publishing. Book Title : The Shiva Sutras (Eternal Wisdom For Life) Author : Ranjit Chaudhri Publisher : Fingerprint! Publishing (1 August 2019) # of Pages : ... Read More »

The Antagonists by Tina Biswas | Book Review

The Antagonists by Tina Biswas | Book Cover

Does literature inspire life or does life inspire literature? The question is akin to a chicken and egg situation. The simple answer I think is that life and literature are reflections of each other, one without other is not worthwhile. Although majority of contemporary fiction is market based and targeted to specific section of readers – for example, romantic fiction, ... Read More »

On the Run with Fotikchand by Satyajit Ray | Book Review

On The Run With Fotikchand by Satyajit Ray (Translated by: Gopa Majumdar) | Book Cover

Growing up in India of 20th century had its perks in terms of long, hot summer vacations where there was no school and children had not much to do except entertain themselves with gully cricket and street games with other children, spending part of the holidays with relatives where noisy cousins gathered and read classic children’s literature that included adventure ... Read More »

Mystical Tales For A Magical Life by Shubha Vilas | Book Review

Mystical Tales For A Magical Life - 11 Unheard Fantastic Vedic Stories by Shubha Vilas | Book Cover

India (that is Bharat) has the most ancient civilization existed in modern times which is enriched with the knowledge and wisdom preserved in the form of literature. Vedas spread and kept alive through the tradition of telling and listening from generation to generation. Knowledge and wisdom are possibly the most essential treasures we need to own and carry forward, however, ... Read More »