Book Review: Arjun without a Doubt by Sweety Shinde

Without a doubt Mahabharata is the most exciting tale that ever existed. Each version, re-telling and book based on Mahabharata leaves me with so many thoughts and curiosity. Dr Shinde’s book was no different in that aspect but again, it was different in every other aspect. Over the centuries, different writers and artists has presented… Read More Book Review: Arjun without a Doubt by Sweety Shinde

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Book Review: “On Writing” by Stephen King

There are not enough writing talents like Stephen King who seldom takes more than a cigarette’s length (non scientific measurement of time representing a period of time taking to consume a cigarette) to establish the character and its motivation. “On Writing” is a partial memoir and partial writing guide. He does not take more than… Read More Book Review: “On Writing” by Stephen King

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5 Reasons That Will Make The Book Thief Your Next Read

The Book Thief by¬†Markus Zusak¬†is based in Nazi Germany during Second World War, but its not a story just focused on war. A 8 year girl ¬†is separated from her birth parents, her brother dies a cold winter death, however its not ¬†just a story of her struggles in her life there after. Her foster… Read More 5 Reasons That Will Make The Book Thief Your Next Read

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Book Review: Shikhandi And Other Tales They Don‚Äôt Tell You

Many in¬†India uses our culture and religious roots in the arguments. Many times, it looks like bringing gun to a knife fight. Last time, when it was widely used¬†in argument was the event of Supreme Courts’ controversial decision on Section 377 of Indian Penal Code, dealing with LGBT’s rights in India. Also, the moralist used… Read More Book Review: Shikhandi And Other Tales They Don‚Äôt Tell You

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Book Review: Sita, An Illustrated Retelling of Ramayana

I may run a risk of sounding like a fanboy but Devdutt Pattanaik has once again proved that he is one of the most important mythologist of this generation. Like the previous edition, Jaya: An Illustrated Retelling of Mahabharata, Devdutt brings new prospective to the great epic of Hindu mythology connecting the world of magic,… Read More Book Review: Sita, An Illustrated Retelling of Ramayana

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