Secrets of the Seers by Tina Sadhwani is a fictional account of a seemingly true story. It is about an ordinary monk, Suka, who eventually becomes the chosen initiate.
Pilgrim Nation is an insightful account of 32 holy sites of India that includes the likes of Delhi and Manali too.
The Apple by Devashish Sardana is the story of Queen Azura guarding the secret garden of Eden that houses the apple of immortality
iKṛṣhṇa by Anand Kadakol is an in-depth and elaborative study of Lord Krishna in his own words.
This book, Chronicles of the Mortal Vishnu, is a fresh take on the much talked about subjects of the origin of the world and deals with good, evil, justice, injustice, and other values encircling our existence.
In Ganga: The Constant Goddess, the author has attempted to carve Ganga's story right from her birth in primeval times to a time Kaliyug appears.
The story is primarily about Narasimha's redemption. He is longing to make amends for his past deeds. He decides to right his wrong and move ahead in life peacefully. But would the path be smooth?
Devdutt Pattanaik is a famous name in the world of Indian authors. In these two books, he brings out the different theories behind Krishna and Ganesha.
The Legends Of A Startup Guy is a tale of a young man Ganesha who is born with a silver spoon but still resolves to come out of the shadows. With his grit and determination, he builds up his own enterprise.
Ashwatthama is a lesser-known figure of the epic Mahabharata. This book delves deeper into his psychology and presents him a chance to make up for his past deeds.
Read about Shakuntala's life and Menaka's forlorn past in this mytho-fiction. Read the full review here.
PRALAY – The Great Deluge by Vineet Bajpai is set to flood your brains with its gripping content and fierce style of writing. Read the full review here.