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Need Ka Nirmaan Fir by Harivansh Rai Bachchan

4
Need Ka Nirmaan Fir is the second book in the 4 volume series of Harivansh Rai Bachchan’s biography. I read the first volume more...

Yuganta The end of an Epoch by Irawati Karve

4
Yuganta was one book that every Mahabharat lover recommended to me. Written almost 50 years back, this book Yuganta was out of print for...
From mind to keyboard Sheela Jayawant

From Mind to Keyboard by Sheela Jayawant

1
From Mind to keyboard, edited by Sheela Jayawant is a collection of personal stories of 30 or so writers talking about their writing journeys. Sheela...
Heroines by Ira Mukhoty

Heroines by Ira Mukhoty – Powerful Indian Women of Myth & History

3
Heroines by Ira Mukhoty takes 8 women from Indian history - women we have always celebrated as empowered women. You would know all these...
Book review - Me Hijra Me Laxmi

Me Hijra Me Laxmi by Laxminarayan Tripathi

5
Laxminarayan Tripathi or Laxmi is a Hijra from Mumbai. In this autobiography Me Hijra Me Laxmi, Laxmi talks about her journey from childhood to...
Brahma Gyan – The Science Behind Shiva by Ravikumar Kakde

Brahma Gyan – Science Behind Shiva by Ravikumar Kakde

4
Brahma Gyan - literally means the knowledge of the universe. Ravikumar Kakde explores if what we worship in Sanatan Dharma is really the cosmos...

The Book of Man by Osho

10
The more I read Osho, the more I like him and his books like this one The Book of Man. Probably because he gives...
Our Moon has Blood Clots by Rahul Pandita

Our Moon has Blood Clots by Rahul Pandita

8
This may be one of the most emotional reviews I have written so far. The book Our Moon has Blood Clots is a first-person account...
Don’t Kill Him by Ma Anand Sheela

Don’t Kill Him by Ma Anand Sheela

17
I am quite fond of Osho. I find what he says simple, uncomplicated, logical yet mystical, and something that has an aura of giving...
Land of the Seven Rivers by Sanjeev Sanyal

Land of the Seven Rivers by Sanjeev Sanyal

2
Land of the Seven Rivers or Sapta-Sindhu, that is how India has always been known. Despite its ever-changing political borders. Despite rulers who came...

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