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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 »

Raising Hell for Peace: A Crusade by the Brahma-Kshatriya by Shashi Bakshi | Book Review

Raising Hell for Peace: A Crusade by the Brahma-Kshatriya by Shashi Bakshi | Book Cover

How often we recite the saying “History repeats itself” and that life goes around in circles. Although each individual is unique, the collective lives of people seem to go through the age-old cycle of trouble, toil and turmoil that brings forth exceptional political and spiritual leaders. Believing that we have all been well and truly living in Kaliyuga now, a ... Read More »

The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi | Book Review

The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi | Book Cover

Every religion has a treasure trove of stories that turn into myths and try to explain why the world is like it is today. The story that we are picking up today tries to tell us how we ended up with so many different languages: And the whole earth was of one language, and of one speech. And it came ... Read More »