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Education for Character – Swami Vivekananda – Review

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Education and Character are two important things in someone’s life. Whether it’s in order to attain a higher value in the society or in spiritual pursuits or even in making one’s contribution to the nation building. Education does not stand here for any academic degrees rather the argumentative sense someone possesses. Now, here is a point – whether education is required...

Anitha Rathod – Children can easily understand and relate to the stories I write

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Anitha Rathod, a famous children author from India, has recently launched her book on Holi – Why do we celebrate Holi: Holi Festival. As her latest book has once again gone popular among the kids and parents, we have thought to bring to our readers some interesting facts about the author. And, as in the past, we hope that our writing will be helpful, interesting and useful as well. Raising...

Janardhan Talbot – Vol I – Review

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Mohan Timmaraju’s debut fiction, Janardhan Talbot, is set against the backdrop of pre-independent India. The first freedom struggle of 1857 lingers across the storyline and the protagonist, Janardhan, tries to assess the situations in his life – and to find a way forward. Janardhan Talbot is a novel that uses realistic imagery of British-enslaved India in the mid-19th century. An India where no...

Author Ravi Dabral – bringing India’s spiritual depth to the fore

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How many times do we read novels that cover versatile aspects of our life – materialistic ends, spiritual ends and human emotions? If I remember well, I did not find a novel on my recent reading list that deals with themes other than love, murder and suspense. However, within the ambit of these themes, is there something else that we can do? Can authors bring home the aspects of human life like...

Mumtaz and Taj Mahal – Review

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So, what have you been reading in recent days? I have been finishing two books that I had started, one by one. First, I finished a book by Thomas Hardy and then I finished a book by a rather new author, Pravin Anand, Mumtaz and Taj Mahal. I will be sharing both the reviews with my readers here but first, let me share my opinions on the second book that I finished, Mumtaz and Taj Mahal. This book...

Elephants in the Room by Suraj Laxminarayanan – Review

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What are you reading these days, readers? Are you reading some ordinary romance that’s mostly the authors do these days? Are you reading some unconventional spiritual books like A Thousand Seeds of Joy? Or you are absolutely reading nothing and waiting to grab your next book? Hold on! We have got one for you – Elephants in the Room by Suraj Laxminarayanan. Before you say anything...

Indicting Goliath by Lal Bhatia – Review

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Book – Indicting Goliath Author – Lal Bhatia Publisher – Notion Press Year – 2018 Pages – 278 Genre – nonfiction (autobiography) Rating – 4.3/5 stars! “On September 30, 2016, for the 8.30 a.m. court hearing, I was awoken around 2.00 a.m. Before being packed into a vehicle, I was placed in full restraints – hard metal leg irons, belly chains...

Sikkim in my Love Story – Review

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Sikkim in my Love Story is the title of Narsing Nirzat’s latest book, a collection of short stories. This book has 9 beautifully written and long short stories. All the stories depicted in the collection explore the beauty and beautiful culture of Sikkim and its people. Most of the readers have praised the book for its description of the north-eastern state of India which is always eager to...

Making a Poem by Vihang Naik – Review

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Book – Making a Poem Author – Vihang A. Naik Publisher – Authors Press Year – 2018 Pages – 49 Genre – Poetry Rating – 4.2/5 stars! “tonight I am awake with the paper and pen”  And, in general, this is all about which the book Making a Poem is – poetry, poet, making of a poem… Vihang A. Naik, now, is a well-known face in the world...

Physical Geography by K. Siddhartha – review

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Book – Physical Geography Author – K. Siddhartha Publisher – Kitab Mahal First Published – 2017 Pages – 868 Ideal for – Geography students, competitive exam aspirants and IAS aspirants with Geography as an elective subject The students who have geography selected as their optional subject in UPSC mains can certainly take advantage of this fine book on physical...

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