The Shine of ‘Shadows in the Sun’
Review / January 6, 2015

Author: Gayathri Ramprasad
Publisher: Random House India
Year: 2014
ISBN: 9788184005196
Rating: ★★★★½
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Not a greatly written book (Ramprasad is no Rushdie) but a greatly wrought life. Not of a mighty philosopher, nor of a gifted poet, but of one unknown and born common; of a child, daughter, girl, sister, lady, wife, mother, human, conqueror of mental-illness.

India, Land of The Mouse Charmers
Review / August 25, 2014

Author: Anuradha Goyal
Publisher: Random House India
Year: 2014
ISBN: 9788184004922
Rating: ★★★★☆
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The Mouse Charmers glimmers with elegant intelligence. Anuradha, in this book, unravels the business specifics of twelve companies that began as digital entrepreneurships and now sail with their magnificent masts, ruling the waters of Indian markets.

Summer is Coming: Thirsty Nation
Review / April 2, 2014

Author: Joseph P. Quinlan, Sumantra Sen, Kiran Nanda
Publisher: Random House India
Year: 2014
ISBN: 9788184003543
Rating: ★★★☆☆
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Oozing well before the onset of summer, Thirsty Nation gushes out as a well-researched warning that if our nation continues its prodigal romance with water, bitter consequences are bound to befall.

Review: The Guardian Angels by Rohit Gore
Review / December 28, 2013

Author: Rohit Gore
Publisher: Grapevine India
Year: 2013
ISBN: 9789381841280
Rating: ★★★☆☆
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“Who is the first person flashing in your mind when you hear this book’s title, The Guardian Angels?”

Imagine a ‘Brobdingnagian’ picking you up by your shirt all of a sudden, and placing you in the middle of a monsoon-time Mumbai pulsating in its bustling spirit? A surprisingly-delightful teleportation it would be. This is how you’ll feel when you flip through the starting pages of Rohit Gore’s The Guardian Angels.

As I Sing My Life’s Anthem
Article / May 30, 2013


Fellow human, please tell me that I am not the only one who is this influenced by a book, for I am scared that the society might question my sanity.

Good Book: A Reader’s Perspective – I
Article / May 22, 2013

Why should you judge a book?
Like male and female, life and death, good and evil, and many other manifestations of Yin-Yang, books too can borrow the concept of natural duality, and thereby each book can be made to fall either under the category of ‘Good books’ or of ‘Bad books’.

Review : Arjuna by Anuja Chandramouli
Review / April 11, 2013

Author: Anuja Chandramouli
Publisher: Platinum Press
Year: 2013
ISBN: 9789381576397
Rating: ★★★☆☆
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This 360-page dedication to Veda Vyasa, truly the finest storyteller ever, is solely a retelling of the tale of Arjuna, the valiant warrior of Hindu mythology, and his role in Mahabharata. Mahabharata is by itself a tale with a magical mix of emotions which renders any reader mesmerized.

Book Review : At Home
Review / February 27, 2013

Author: Bill Bryson
Publisher: Random House Publishers
Year: 2010
ISBN: 9780385608275
Rating: ★★½☆☆
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History of this and history of that, from answers for ‘which?’ to answers for ‘what?’, everything about everything at home can indeed be found At Home.

An Interview with Sudeep Nagarkar
Authors Exclusive / February 14, 2013

Indeed, few things were left unsaid. So this’s the way we met the lover-author to ask him ‘Kya Life Hogi Set?’ Let’s listen to the author of the bestsellers Few Things Left Unsaid & That’s the Way We Met