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When The Devil Whispers by Ajinkya Bhasme | Book Review

When The Devil Whispers by Ajinkya Bhasme | Book Cover

As you know, from time to time we share on this blog our views on contemporary books that reflect on the real-life issues. These books often discuss the darkness of human nature and how it affects our society. Recently, we were introduced to the profile of Ajinkya Bhasme, who is an alumnus of IIT Mumbai and a multi-talented artist who ... 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 »

Pacific Rim | Movie Review

As you may have noticed, we love watching Adrenalin fueled action adventures that display science-fiction, a futuristic world filled with special effects and good old “end of the world” and saving of mankind by self-sacrificing larger than life hero formula movies – just as much as all of you. The genre always produces either very big hits or very big ... Read More »

One Precious Moment by Ritu Kakar | Book Review

One Precious Moment by Ritu Kakar | Book Cover

Regular readers of ThinkerViews know that we love reding books. We sincerely believe in the importance of books in one’s life. Apart from some specific genres we mostly read almost all kinds of book. However, you may have noticed that the frequency of Romantic books is quite low in our reviews. Because we rarely come across a genuinely written love ... Read More »

Muhammad Bin Tughlaq: Tale of a Tyrant By Anuja Chandramouli | Book Review

Muhammad Bin Tughlaq: Tale of a Tyrant By Anuja Chandramouli | Book Cover

History is often debatable. Everyone narrating an incident has his/her own perspective. An incident seen or experienced by a group of people will often come out as different narrations when asked all of them to explain it individually. Same way, all of us have our own vision and perspective for all the current happenings. While we cannot digest bold and ... Read More »

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