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Matsya: The First Avatar (Dashavatar Book 1) By Sundari Venkatraman | Book Review

Matsya: The First Avatar (Dashavatar Book 1) By Sundari Venkatraman | Book Cover

What makes us, human beings, a very special species? Our ability to think, speak, read, write and preserve the knowledge that could be pass on through generations, right? That gave birth to civilizations and cultures. Being the culturally rich civilizaiton, the Indian culture has a compendium of tales, fables, lores, spiritual and wisdom books and much more. You may look ... Read More »

Bharat – The Man who Built A Nation by Dr. Vineet Aggarwal | Book Review

Bharat - The Man who Built A Nation by Dr. Vineet Aggarwal | Book Cover

Indian mythological tales are filled with treasure troves of stories that span through epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata and multitude of puranas. Over time, some of these stories which are a small part of big collection, are explored further by writers of each age and we get a new interpretation to reflect the generation that is interpreting it. For example, ... Read More »

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 »

The Genius of Indraprastha (Gondwana Chronicles Book 1) by Harshwardhan | Book Review

The Genius of Indraprastha (Gondwana Chronicles Book 1) by Harshwardhan | Book Cover

Humans have in-built love for stories – whether these are fictional or historical. The difference, however, is that a historical story doesn’t always end with a nicely tied end where no questions are left unanswered. More often than not, the historical stories are compiled from many narratives and tales pieced together to make a complete picture. It is therefore understandable ... Read More »

Ashwatthama: Mahabharat Ka Shapit Yoddha By Ashutosh Garg | Book Review

Ashwatthama: Mahabharat Ka Shapit Yoddha (अश्वत्थामा महाभारत का शापित योद्धा) By Ashutosh Garg | Book Cover

Mahabharat has inspired generations to read, write, learn, adapt a lot from it. Being the biggest poetry available (some latest english novels could have broken the length record) where almost every emotion, situation, problem, solution; we may face is explored with timeless wisdom lessons. All these attributes make Mahabharat the most sought-after epic, not only to the people of India ... Read More »

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