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Devayani, Sharmishtha And Yayati By Ashok K Banker | Book Review

Devayani, Sharmishtha And Yayati (A Love Triangle That Changed A Dynasty) By Ashok K Banker | Book Cover

Love is a very pious, precious and complicated feeling. People often mistake infatuation, attraction, lust and many other such attributes with love. Can a person fell in love for more than once? Well, everyone is entitled to his/her opinion, and, no one can make a rule which everyone would like to follow wholeheartedly. India (that is Bharat) has the oldest ... Read More »

Shakuntala And Dushyanta by Ashok K Banker | Book Review

Shakuntala And Dushyanta: The Love Story That Gave Birth To A Nation: Epic Love Stories Book 1 | Book Cover

India is the largest democracy in the world. The name India is however given by the foreigners. The original name is “Bharat” (भारत) and that’s why it is officially written as Republic of India in English and भारत गणराज्य in Hindi. The name भारत is a tribute to the great King Bharat from the Chandravansh clan. He was the one ... Read More »

Satyavati And Shantanu By Ashok K Banker | Book Review

Satyavati And Shantanu | A Love Story Made Possible By A Son's Sacrifice By Ashok K Banker | Book Cover

Mahabharat or Mahabharata, the complex most epic around the world, is full of emotions, attributes and more importantly “lessons one should learn from“. Since ages, it inspired authors to not only take inspiration from the same but (urge a wish inside to) to retell it once in their lifetime. The retelling obviously has some of the differences in the plot ... Read More »

Ashwatthama’s Redemption: The Rise of Dandak by Gunjan Porwal | Book Review

Ashwatthama's Redemption: The Rise of Dandak by Gunjan Porwal | Book Cover

Mahabharata aka Mahabharat has something within it which made various creative fellows, mainly from India, curious to explore it in their own way. Mahabharat itself is a part of Jaya or JayaSamhita. It is said that Mahabharat contains everything which is found in the known (and possibly unknown too) world. Here are some of the known retellings/explorations of Mahabharat we ... Read More »

Ganga: The Constant Goddess by Anuja Chandramouli | Book Review

Ganga: The Constant Goddess by Anuja Chandramouli | Book Cover

Anuja Chandramouli’s name and fame speak for itself when you look at her profile on Amazon and through thousands of readers who have turned her mythological stories into bestsellers. We have read and reviewed some of her works on this blog ( Kartikeya: The Destroyer’s Son, Rani Padmavati – The Burning Queen & Prithviraj Chauhan: The Emperor of Hearts) and ... Read More »