My entry to #AtoZchallenge & The Theme

I don’t know why I chose to accept A to Z Blogging challenge. I have never posted more than 6 a month, my blog always complain that I care more about my job and less about her. And I have still accepted to post 26 posts in a month ! And of all the months,…

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Book Review: Em and the big Hoom by Jerry Pinto

“This is certainly my best work”, Jerry said as I approached him to sign the copy of the book. The purple paperback is complemented by the purple end at each page. It reminded me of the autumn street of Kathmandu where the streets were full of purple flowers. The book starts with a love letter,…

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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,…

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Goodreads Reading Challenge 2013, Half-year Report

For the first time, I took the reading challenge,simply to keep me motivated to read more. (Its not that I don’t enjoy doing it ) Here is my Half Year Result : Original Challenge: 25 books a Year Number of Books Completed: 12 Percentage of Completion: 48% The Details of my books are as under…

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Book Review: The Pregnant King

The Pregnant King is Indian fiction novel written by Devdutt Pattanaik. Devdutta Pattanaik is a marketing consultant and also refer himself as “mythologist “. I recently had a pleasure to listen to him in one of the conference in Mumbai and he really sold me the idea of his books which made me to read this one. The book…

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The Book Review: Chanakya’s Chant

  Chanakya’s Chant is written by Ashwin Sanghi, Indian author based in Mumbai. The book is based on fiction however  the author has used  Historical characters and timelines to give life to the story. The book  runs in a 2 parallel backdrop: The first one is the story of Chanakya. One of the brightest political and…

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Book Review: The Secret of the Nagas

As, I promised, here is the review of The Secret of the Nagas, the part II of Shiva Trilogy, created by Amish Tripathi.  The story starts from where Immortals of Meluha ended.  (You can read my review of Immortals of Meluha here) After defecting the Chandravanshi’s in the war, Shiva and his troops discover that the Nagas, chief…

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