Book Review: The Little Light (The Guardians of the Lore #1) -by Dipa Sanatani

Book Blurb: The Sun, the Moon, Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn, Rahu, and Ketu - Celestial Beings from world mythology - bicker and squabble, just like any family. But they’re going to have to put their differences aside to help the Little Light - a wise soul, imbued with insight and curiosity - prepare for …

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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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Book Review: 9 Chocolatey Bites -by Ananya V. Ganesh

“The whole world opened up to me when I learned to read” Mary McCleod Bethune A young girl, Ananya at the age of 10, managed to write a beautiful collection of short stories for children; this in itself seems awe-inspiring and intriguing enough to check out this book. However, the good part is yet to …

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Book Review: Promises of a Firefly -by Anupam Patra

Like a number of pearls, not being of exact same size being held through a single string; a string that makes the best assortment and gets entitled to be claimed as a beautiful necklace. This description seems to be too apt for this book by Anupam Patra. Promises of a Firefly, is a collection of …

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A Sorrowful Word.

What were those pathos, that brimmed up to zero; Lull in wilderness and other supposedly heroes.. What world will soothe, which will follow? When we have taken, A word from every sorrow. A word to prick, A word too shallow. Without a feeling, to break like harrow. And care not, for what to follow. As, …

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Book Review: The Essential Rumi-by Coleman Barks

Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī A Persian ‘Sufi Mystic’ born as early as the year 1207, claiming to have a philosopher’s mind and a heart of pure gold. A spiritual poet who preached his teachings in the most effortless manner. Satires, metaphors and figure of speech became evident in his style of writing and preaching. ‘The …

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