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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...

The Forgotten Shivlinga of The Sati Shaktipeeths – Review

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Shivlinga and Shaktipeeths – two different (but one) manifest of two different deities in Hindu Dharma, are being worshipped from the dawn of the dawn and we can only speculate about the beginning. Recently, in a book, Pratha Sharma has raised her points in support of the argument that in Indian culture, it was there since the beginning that every Shaktipeeth also had a Shivlinga in any of...

All About IAS Interview – Review – ideal for UPSC aspirants

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Title: All About IAS Interview Authors: K. Siddhartha & Vedant Ojha Published by: Kitab Mahal Number of Pages: 268 Genre: Non-fiction, competitive exam books Suitable for: UPSC aspirants As an ambitious aspirant of civil services examination in India, I have been busy, most of the times, in looking for the suitable materials which can help me in preparing myself for the big day in my life...

Legouis and Cazamian’s History of English Literature – review

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Is this the first time that I am reviewing some academic book? No! I have been doing so for a while. However, Legouis and Cazamian’s joint venture, A History of English Literature, does deserve a considerable attempt and a far serious approach by a reviewer and I don’t think myself that callous to just go on and bull dodge my views on the readers of this book. At the outset, I am...

Little Maryam – review

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Hamid Baig’s novel, Little Maryam, was the one in my reading lot along with many others and one I have already reviewed, Mark’s second novel – American Maharajah. While Mark’s novel had a great story and a general plot, Hamid’s novel also had a very good plot which entices the readers to browse more. Little Maryam is about second chance romance, as the subtitle says...

American Maharajah – review

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Out of many novels I have read recently, American Maharajah caught my attention because of its simplicity and its subtle art of storytelling which could be even more impactful had the plot been as good as the two – story and narrative. Nevertheless, the novel is based on the confusions of an Indo-American young man, Ravi Shankar. Since the childhood, the guy understands that he was born in...

Jane Eyre – review

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Even I have read so many reviews of Jane Eyre before finally reading the novel recently. It’s not a big deal – reading a book’s reviews before making your decision whether you should be buying that book or not. Nevertheless, now I largely agree that before reading any Victorian Classic, you should rather not be reading book reviews written by different people because the...

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