Can there be anything more dangerous than falsely accusing someone of a crime which was not done by the accused? Well, it is understood if something like this is done by a person with enmity for another; however, how would you explain when an entire state does it against a person? It has happened with … Continue reading Indicting Goliath by Lal Bhatia – book review
I have read a few spiritual books in the past and believe me, I really enjoyed reading them as I had opportunities on different occasions to learn about various things which are often absent from our casual discourse. Recently, I received a book by Ananda Karunesh, A Thousand Seeds of Joy - teachings of Lakshmi … Continue reading A Thousand Seeds of Joy – book review
"Three gangs had come to loot the same bank. On the same day at the same time. And as bizarre as it seemed, Nari and gang was just one among them, outnumbered and outmanoeuvred." Seen something like this? Well, I don't remember that in my reading hours, I have read a plot like this - … Continue reading Is Suraj Laxminarayanan the next-gen entertainer in fiction writing?
Have you ever been to a marriage? The answer will certainly be yes, many times, by many people. However, have you ever been to a marriage which was dowryless? Now, the answers will come in fewer numbers and most of the answers will be negative... in spite of so many campaigns and the strict laws … Continue reading A Dowryless Wedding by Merlin Franco – Book Review
As I promised, I am sharing the review of Vihang Naik's wonderful poetry collection - Making a Poem. The new edition of this collection has been published by Authors Press and it is beautifully designed, putting the poet in an aesthetically appealing image. About the poems included in the collection, I will talk at length. … Continue reading Making a Poem by Vihang Naik – Book Review
Dear readers, I have joined an online book club and it is so fascinating that I would like to share about this feeling. I think I might have told you about this feeling in the past as well - India Book Club. This one of the biggest, richest as well as most active book clubs … Continue reading Have you still joined a book club?
This question has been asked many times by many people as they wonder if I am also a person who recommends the books to the needy. In fact, I might become one someday but right now, I am not that. Still, I will try to let the readers know this with whatever information I could … Continue reading What are the good books for IAS Mains and GS, PT?
I made a poem happen on my page with ink coming out of the niddle that makes the words bleed and hurt. Poetry
Most of the times when I am not writing, I read. I often look for other book blogs and try to catch up with what other book lovers are reading and reviewing. That makes me curious and I often end up following some books and then reading them if I really like them. I also … Continue reading So, what are you indulged in?
Are you a fan of war books? Are you a reader of war histories? Are you someone who loves reading books by the war veterans? You have landed on a very good page which will tell you about a book which you will surely enjoy if any of the questions above has been answered affirmatively … Continue reading The Gunpowder Prince by Michael Archer – Book Review