Book Reviews

Sri Sai Sat Charitra for Kids | Ishwar Joshi Awalgaonkar | Book Review

Sri Sai Sat Charitra is a biography based on the true-life stories of Sai Baba of Shirdi. Originally written by Shri. Govind Raghunath Dabholkar alias Hemadpant, the original edition of the Sai Satcharitra was published in Marathi on 26 November 1930.

Book Reviews

Tandem Walk | C. A. Verghese | Book Review

Tandem Walk by C.A. Verghese is a collection of the author's experiences that dwell deeper on seemingly mundane things. Each chapter is a window into his life that opens a reader to novel possibilities and perceptions.

Book Reviews

Farther | Chaitanya Desale | Book Review

A story of love, loss, grief, ambition, envy, regrets, Farther, by Chaitanya Desale is an emotional tale of a troubled father. The story flits between a husband who is dealing with his immense loss and a father who is trying to keep his daughter happy.

Book Reviews

Behind the Blinds | Urvi Momaya | Book Review

Behind the Blinds by Urvi Momaya is a story set around Kaira, a headstrong girl and aspiring journalist, who is intent to make it in her career. She bumps into an enigmatic guy, Vivan, who is new to the city of dreams.

Book Reviews

Towards the Last Wish | Drishti Dasgupta | Book Review

Towards the Last Wish by Drishti Dasgupta is a moving tale of unconditional love, heartbreak, hope, and a wish. A wish that becomes the reason for a man to cross all the setbacks and reach a remote village near PoK. A wish that brings together stranded humans who once loved each other.

Book Reviews

A Life without Pants | Somesh Mittal | Book Review

A Life without Pants by Somesh Mittal is a book that sheds light on the numerous paradoxes pervading our lives. It talks about each one of them to explain their existence and significance.

Book Reviews

Yugantar: The Dream of Bharatavarsha Takes Shape 2300 Years Ago | Raghavan Srinivasan

Yugantar by Raghavan Srinivasan is focused on the idea of Bharatvarsha, woven around the second urbanisation in the Gangetic Plains, invasion of Sikandar, fall of the Magadhan Empire, the Sangam period of the South, and writing of the Arthashastra.

Book Reviews

Let Love Take Over | Tomson Robert | Book Review

Let Love Take Over by Tomson Robert is a sweet and tad bit adventurous tale of Josh who grows up with a bitter memory. That memory goes on to shadow his future actions and mars his relationships.

Book Reviews

The Man Who Learnt to Fly But Could Not Land | Thachom Poyil Rajeevan | Book Review

The Man Who Learnt to Fly But Could Not Land, written originally in Malayalam by Thachom Poyil Rajeevan and translated into English by P.J. Mathew, is essentially a poignant account of a writer and activist, KTN Kottoor, hailing from the Malabar region in pre-Independence years.

Book Reviews

Barefoot Souls by Randeep Dhillon Mand

Barefoot Souls is a collection of short stories curated by Randeep Dhillon Mand. Mand is involved in her venture, The Fable Garden, where she revives the enthusiasm of young minds to tell stories. This book comprises wonderful stories written by the champs of age group 8-14.

Book Reviews

Des Vu | Swapna Sanchita | Book Review

Des Vu by Swapna Sanchita is a collection of 42 poems, each catering to a different taste of theme and style of poetry. There is love, longing, self-doubt, pain that comes up well in Sanchita's words.

Book Reviews

In Silence She Fought | Lucille Navarro | Micro-poetry

In Silence She Fought by Lucille Navarro is a collection of musings that revolve around hurting and healing. Divided into four parts - At war with yourself, breaking point, healed wounds, and thoughts for tea - this collection comforts the souls.

Book Reviews

You’ll Always be my Favourite What If by Tshree

'You'll always be my favourite what if' by author Tshree is a contemporary romance novel set around Avyansh and Amisha who have drifted apart due to bitter encounter

Book Reviews

राष्ट्रवाद – अंत मानवता का

राष्ट्रवाद - अंत मानवता का पांच भागों में विभाजित है. हर भाग राजनीति के शास्त्र में सुधार की मांग करता है. हर भाग देश के पतन पर रौशनी डालते हुए सत्ता में बैठे लोगों से सवाल करता है.

Book Reviews

The Artists | Amit Anand | Book Review

The Artists by Amit Anand is a story of three individuals - Sahana, Aarav, and Manvita - who are artists in their respective ways. The stories explore their personal journeys that lead them into finding their truest selves.