Book Review: On the Open Road -by Stuti Changle

“We are born several times in a lifetime. Mostly in darkness. Sometimes, we’re lost for days before we can spot the light.” Like any other Millennial, I too always wanted to start something of my own; something that I would strongly associate with. Did I? Yes, and I am moderately proud of it; there is …

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Book Review: 7 Secrets of Shiva -by Devdutt Pattanaik

Before starting the review, I would like to confess; I always wanted to read Devdutt because he wrote about mythology (that, I absolutely love to uncover) but always found something else to read. I must say, we all have that list of movies, books or places to visit; that we never complete but here I …

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Book Review: I’ve Never Been (Un) Happier -by Shaheen Bhatt

For the major part of my life, I have been unhappy. I cannot explain or elaborate, nor I can write a novella as relatable as this. Shaheen Bhatt, author of this book about depression has seemingly bared her soul. I am sure, she had her set of inhibitions and constant fights with self; but there …

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HarperCollins India to launch Shweta Bachchan-Nanda’s debut novel, Paradise Towers, on 10th October 2018

PRESS RELEASE:  HarperCollins India to launch Shweta Bachchan-Nanda’s debut novel, Paradise Towers, on 10th October 2018 HarperCollins India is delighted to announce that Shweta Bachchan-Nanda’s debut, Paradise Towers, will release on 10th October 2018, with a book launch event in Mumbai. A heart-warming slice-of-life novel set in an apartment building in Mumbai, Paradise Towers, is …

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Book Review: The Fisher Queen’s Dynasty -by Kavita Kané

As far as I remember the epic drama of 'Mahabharat'; the first visual that crosses my mind is the desperation of King Shantanu for Queen Satyavati. Her insecurity for the throne and taking unjustifiable promise of following Brahmacharya (celibacy) from Bhishm. It always seemed a perfect setup for a saga written thousand of years ago. …

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Book Review: Men and Dreams in the Dhauladhar -by Kochery C. Shibu

I read the title of the book and was instantly attracted. Hey! Don't judge me yet, nobody said that I can't judge the book by its title. Dhauladhar holds a special place in my heart, partly because their sheer mightiness has enchanted me since ever. I have read several travelogues and guide books on the …

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High on the ism’s.

I love my nation, so must you. If you fail to prove- I ll slit your throat and splash the blood, Create ruckus and satiate thrust. I am the mass, the one who decides. The crowd that follows the malice. I am the troll, that regulates. The forecasting rage that celebrates. None of you can …

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