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Sita’s Kitchen | Raghav Khanna | Book Review

Sita's Kitchen is a book that explores the fine dining experience, delectable food of Italian palette, coming of age of a young village girl, power of dreams, and brute reality of life.

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A Safari in the Equity World by Ritesh Dhoot – Book Review

A Safari in the Equity World by Ritesh Dhoot is a surprisingly engaging read that resolves our doubts pertaining to investment in a light-hearted manner.

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Lights! Scalpel! Romance! by Jas Kohli – Book Review

Lights! Scalpel! Romance! by Jas Kohli drove my interest with its blurb and the cover grabbed my attention. The book focusses on the lives of resident doctors and the lives of the doctors, in general.

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Ganga: The Constant Goddess by Anuja Chandramouli – Book Review

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.

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What Mina Did by Geeta Menon – Book Review

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD is a mental health condition that comes into the picture after the patient experiences a terrifying event. It is this mental health problem which has been represented in this book and forms the central theme of 'What Mina Did'

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The Last Love Letter by Kulpreet Yadav – Book Review

Letters are one of the ancient and most beautiful forms of communication. The Last Love Letter by Kulpreet Yadav is yet another manifestation of the timeless beauty of letters.

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Snakes In The Meadows – Book Review

Snakes In The Meadows is set in the beautiful valley of Pir Panjal. This place which is home to mountains and adorable flora & fauna has to face the wrath of monstrosity when some mujahids (militants) encroach upon their heaven.

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How I Topped The Boards And You Can Too! – Book Review

How I Topped The Boards And You Can Too tells how does one go about topping the boards—exams that can determine where your life’s headed, your college, your first job…maybe even your first crush?

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ASHOK And The Nine Unknown – Book Review

As the realization of the devastation of the Kalinga war seeped in, Ashok decided to dedicate his life towards the betterment of society and try his best to prevent any destruction of life.