The Jazz Age

The Modern Classics Series This is my latest Blog series where I want to discuss the influence and the love of the Modern classics in art, popular culture and mainly literature. The Roaring 20s Something amazing happened in America in 1920s. This era gladly abandoned the royalties, dignities and elites from the previous one and adopted… Read More The Jazz Age

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And The Bookers’ Goes to! Past Winners from India #AtoZChallenge

My theme for #AtoZChallenge is Indian Writing in English. Here is my first post    The fact is that all of the Indian authors who have won Man Booker Prize are alive and healthy. That shows that India arrived on Bookers’ rader little later than expected. It all started with Salman Rushdie extra-ordinary  narration in Mid-night’s Children. He… Read More And The Bookers’ Goes to! Past Winners from India #AtoZChallenge

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Book Review : Jaya; An Illustrated Retelling of the Mahabharata

If you are bought up in Hindu family like me, the stories from Mahabharata can never escape you. Such is a cult of Mahabharata in Indian society that every sub-plot and character has maintained a metaphoric reference in the lives. Jaya is the ancient name of the epic, probably the name given Vyasa himself, who is… Read More Book Review : Jaya; An Illustrated Retelling of the Mahabharata

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