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Shadow City – A Woman Walks Kabul by Taran N Khan

Shadow City – A Woman Walks Kabul By Taran N Khan

Shadow City is a beautiful book that takes us to the city of Kabul. It is in news either from some childhood stories or...
Amuktamalyada Krishnadevaraya

Amuktamalyada – Giver Of The Worn Garland By Krishnadevaraya

Amuktamalyada is a poem written by Krishnadevaraya - the mighty king of Vijayanagara who I better know from the ruins of his kingdom at...

Chandimangal by Kavikankan Mukundaram Chakravarti

Chandimangal is a 16th CE Bengali Poem or Kavya that I now discovered is a genre in Bengali literature. I found this book in...
Goa - A Daughter's Story by Maria Aurora Couto

Goa A Daughter’s Story by Maria Aurora Couto

Goa has many stories to tell. It is an island in more than one ways. Maria Aurora Couto is someone who was born in...
Vanara by Anand Neelakantan

Vanara – Baali, Sugreeva, Tara By Anand Neelakantan

Vanara by Anand Neelakantan is the story of Baali, Sugreeva, and Tara – the three characters from the kingdom of Kishkindha in Ramayana. We...
Finding Radha - Book Review

Finding Radha by Namita Gokhale & Malashri Lal

Finding Radha tries to find the Radha that we all acknowledge and worship, but we hardly know anything about. When you visit Mathura, Vrindavan,...

The Travel Gods Must Be Crazy By Sudha Mahalingam

Travel Gods Must be crazy are author Sudha Mahalingam’s part travelogue and part memoirs. I had the opportunity to travel with Sudha during one...
Hinduism and Nature by Nanditha Krishna

Hinduism And Nature By Nanditha Krishna

Hinduism and Nature intrigued me with its title. I stayed on in ‘unread’ shelf for over a year, next to my bed reading table...
Wonder Words by Rituparna Sarkar

Wonder Words by Rituparna Sarkar

Wonder Words is a compilation of few untranslatable words from around the world by visual artist Rituparna Sarkar. I am someone who enjoys etymology...
The Shooting Star by Shivya Nath

The Shooting Star: A Girl, Her Backpack and the World by Shivya Nath

It is not easy to review books by authors you know well. I have known Shivya Nath since she started blogging. Have off and...

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