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The Shrine of Death by Divya Kumar – Book Review

The Shrine of Death, the debut work of Divya Kumar into the realms of thriller fiction is a gripping fast paced tale which follows the events after a researcher goes missing and some Chola period idol stolen. What follows leaves us on a cliffhanger with the author never ceasing to amaze us delivering what the reader would consider a perfect read for the day. Continue reading The Shrine of Death by Divya Kumar – Book Review

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Anywhere But Home: Adventures in Endurance by Anu Vaidyanathan

“Runs end, Running doesn’t,” says an adage. Mankind from the minute they are born into this world, find themselves running a rat race chasing wild dreams to achieve their goals and settle down against all odds. For a person who feels elated on taking the stairs during a commute to the third floor and triumphant on reaching 5k steps on my neoteric fitness band, I felt astounded … Continue reading Anywhere But Home: Adventures in Endurance by Anu Vaidyanathan

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A Fresh Start – 2018

I couldn’t believe 2017 already seems like a distant dream which taught many things and left behind footprints of long-lasting memories leaving no stone unturned. 2018 has begun with the much usual fanfare and exuberant celebrations. I would like to wish everyone a very Happy New Year. The days are waiting to whiz past us, the way Steve Smith scores century in Test matches. Time … Continue reading A Fresh Start – 2018

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Unstoppable: My Life So Far | Maria Sharapova | Book Review |

A memoir has the capacity to take you on an exhilarating ride as a reader. It captivates the readers into space, mostly divulging thoughts which were until then deeply hidden in the abyss of the author’s mind unknown to the outside world. Have you ever wondered what thoughts does an athlete bear? Athlete’s life isn’t only about victories, fame, money, fan followings. They too have … Continue reading Unstoppable: My Life So Far | Maria Sharapova | Book Review |

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The Boys Who Fought: Mahabharata For Children | Devdutt Pattanaik | Book Review

Stories were everything once upon a time until Technology dominated and engrossed most of our times. Before the advent of YouTube, Netflix, and Kindles, our elders used to regale us with stories which were good adhesive making an emotional bonding. Children used to pester elders for stories as elders found many new stories which made us dwell in our very own dreamlands. Stories eased us, … Continue reading The Boys Who Fought: Mahabharata For Children | Devdutt Pattanaik | Book Review

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The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by Arundhati Roy – Book Review

They say the flow of times changes everything and everyone. I am sure this is true particularly with Arundhati Roy’s writing. It seemed like a sudden literary burst after two decades. 20 years have passed since her winning the most coveted literary prize of the world “The Man Booker Prize” in 1997 for her book “The God of Small Things” and here we are happy … Continue reading The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by Arundhati Roy – Book Review

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The Old Man and His God: Discovering the Spirit of India by Sudha Murthy – Book Review

Some books will make us choose disparate decisions and change the way we think or even confabulate. That’s the kind of hard hitting thing good books do to the readers. Please forgive me, if You had thought of non-fictions which go lengths about preaching good habits, inculcating thoughts and whatever. The book that I read and fell in love was also a Non Fiction, but … Continue reading The Old Man and His God: Discovering the Spirit of India by Sudha Murthy – Book Review

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50 Cups of Coffee : The Woes and Throes of Finding Mr Right – Book Review

“Coffee”. The smell elicits freshness, triggers memories of good times and the mere mention of the name stirs our brains with pleasantness. The aroma of it makes us travel into a world of our own for quite some time making us forget all the troubles that have been plaguing us all the time or for the time being. If a single cup of coffee can … Continue reading 50 Cups of Coffee : The Woes and Throes of Finding Mr Right – Book Review

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Learning How to Fly : Life Lessons for the Youth by APJ Abdul Kalam – Book Review

Some books tend to invite inspiration into our hearts on reading out some passages but here is another book that drew inspiration into the minds right from the title of the book. Former President of India Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam is christened as People’s President and is famous among the youngsters and the younger generation for the views and thoughts he instilled in them during … Continue reading Learning How to Fly : Life Lessons for the Youth by APJ Abdul Kalam – Book Review

Tunnel of Varanavat: Mahabharata Reimagined by Gautam Chikermane – Book Review

I was surprised to see a book titled Tunnel of Varanavat : Mahabharata Reimagined. The part of the title “Mahabharata Reimagined” really caught my eyes and made my minds intriguing to read it. My mind was in a dilemma whether it will be in the lines of many new age books in which mythological tales are being retold or re-imagined according to the tastes of … Continue reading Tunnel of Varanavat: Mahabharata Reimagined by Gautam Chikermane – Book Review

The Dark Side of Light by Sanil Sachar : Book Review

Some books have the effect of passing the emotions printed in them to be transmitted to the reader who reads it. Only by rare chances this type of books are written. The Dark side of Light is one such book which transfers the emotions and coins all of them in a sequence and co relates each of them into stories beyond any doubt. Poetry form … Continue reading The Dark Side of Light by Sanil Sachar : Book Review

The Bestseller She Wrote – Book Review

I was very happy when I received a mail stating that I had been selected to review Ravi Subramanian’s latest romantic novel “The Bestseller She Wrote”. I had previously applied for Blogadda’s Review Programme and this was the first time I had been given the opportunity. Thank You Team Blogadda and Ravi Subramanian for the signed copy. I have been ardent fan of Ravi Subramanian … Continue reading The Bestseller She Wrote – Book Review

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The Thirteenth Day: A story of the Kurukshetra War – Aditya Iyengar – Book Review

This is the season of Mahabharatha battle and every author is trying his imagination upon the great battle to be a sure hit. One such book is The Thirteenth day by aditya Iyengar. The story of the mahabharatha is the one which is known to every Indian and there are many movies and even drama’s and serials were released based upon it and they were … Continue reading The Thirteenth Day: A story of the Kurukshetra War – Aditya Iyengar – Book Review

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Rise of Kali: Duryodhana’s Mahabharata by Anand Neelakantan | Book Review

Title: Rise of Kali: Duryodhana’s Mahabharata Author: Anand Neelakantan Genre: Mythology Pages: 530 Publisher: Platinum Press ISBN: 978-9381576045 Source: Booksense Rating: 3/5 Mythology has been the new genre which is making the bestseller of novels these days. Anand Neelakantan is back with his second book on the Ajaya series ” RISE OF KALI : DURYODHANA’S MAHABHARATHA”. Contrary to every book where they focus on the victors, … Continue reading Rise of Kali: Duryodhana’s Mahabharata by Anand Neelakantan | Book Review

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My Airtel – My Virtual World

Mobile apps are the hot off the fire trends among the smartphone society. The Smartphone world is a great boon for most users who are able to do many activities on the go may its reading a pd, sending a whatsapp message, clicking a photograph or recording a song. Now among the various modern apps, Airtel introduces a wondrous much needed app – My Airtel. … Continue reading My Airtel – My Virtual World

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CELEBRATE LIKE ITS OUR LAST DAY  

The word ” Celebration ” is sure to bring back memories which were sweet and worth a tale to be told to our children. Celebration is always accompanied by something grand like Festivals, Carnivals, Birthday Parties, Weekend Parties, Cricket Match Victories, Election Results, Temple functions, College Culturals, etc., Celebrations gives us memories which are to be treasured for the rest of our lives, the wonderful … Continue reading CELEBRATE LIKE ITS OUR LAST DAY  

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Come on India, it’s time to make a digitally empowered society : Digital India

I am sure all the persons reading this must have waited in a queue either in a Government Office or any public service offices. The modern generation children whose parents belong to remote villages hesitate to go there on vacation due to the unavailability of Internet connection or play the latest play station games. Many people feel hesitant about the governance today as it is … Continue reading Come on India, it’s time to make a digitally empowered society : Digital India

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Start A New Life : With Courage

Change is inevitable. Anything in the world undergoes a changes. Anything starts new after a change. “When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be.” ~Lao Tzu When I completed my final at school and was waiting for the admission into my college, I never thought that I would be left lonely. The holidays after the final of the school … Continue reading Start A New Life : With Courage

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From weakness to Strength – How I Looked Up in life ?

Optimism means the tendency to look on the most favorable side of events and to wait for the most best outcome. Everyone in the globe must have had his own weakness. Some overcome it and some lose their lives to it making their life miserable. Any weakness can be overcome with our personal strength and thoughts. The only thing needed to eradicate our weakness and … Continue reading From weakness to Strength – How I Looked Up in life ?

Empowering Women & their Safety – The Indian Scenario

With the documentary on Rape Case Victim is burning high, I thought of publishing my thoughts about the women empowerment & their safety through this post. I am honored and proud to say that I belong to a nation, residing in it, where the land is popularly and affectionately known as “Mother India”. This is a proud moment for every person to say the world … Continue reading Empowering Women & their Safety – The Indian Scenario

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Rajathandhiram – The way I liked it

Hey Amigos, I had the opportunity of seeing #Rajathandhiram movie over the past weekend at the preview show. To be frank it was a hell of a movie that was neat and thanks to the team I have the satisfaction of having watched a heist movie that doesn’t overdo. The movie is about three con men –  Arjun, Deva & Austin D’costa who are successful … Continue reading Rajathandhiram – The way I liked it

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As spring arrives, so does Happiness…

You can cut all the flowers, but you cannot keep spring from coming. – Pablo Neruda A small stem sprouting seems to have found its way breaking away from the seed and finding its way to the world as a new plant. The new plant was surprised to see so many new born plants by his side. The water along the rivers seems to flowing as … Continue reading As spring arrives, so does Happiness…

Letters To My Ex by Nikita Singh – Book Review

When was the last time you sat down with all your thoughts focussed on scripting the right words, striking words that were irrelevant or which doesn’t reflect the best of your thoughts, gazing into the oblivion and lost in contemplation? Letters were the savior once in showcasing your love, care, affection, evoking inspirations and lifting spirits which have lost its spot to instant messengers in … Continue reading Letters To My Ex by Nikita Singh – Book Review

A House For Mr.Misra | Jaishree Misra | Book Review

  “You are a king by your own fireside, as much as any monarch in his throne” – Miguel de Cervantes. A house isn’t just four walls or a roof over your head. It isn’t simply the amalgamation of bricks, sand and cement. A house is more than just a shelter. According to me, It is the place where people seek solace, where memories are made … Continue reading A House For Mr.Misra | Jaishree Misra | Book Review