Category: Biblio

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The Sanjay Story

The Sanjay Story is a biography of Sanjay Gandhi written by the esteemed former editor-in-chief of Outlook magazine, Vinod Mehta. Originally published in 1978, the book...

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Return of the Mahabharata

After having masterfully tackled the challenge of penning down one of the greatest epics of human history- the Ramayana- author Ashok Banker takes on the daunting task...

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Many Lives Many Masters by Dr. Brian Weiss

A real life story centering on the debate between science and possibility, this is an account of past-life therapy that changed the life of a patient and the doctor...

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The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown

The book starts with a call to Robert Langdon, a symbologist, getting a call from his mentor, Peter Solomon. What follows is the beginning of his journey to find the...

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A Fine Balance by Rohinton Mistry

The difference between a good book and a great book is very small; it depends on the fragile balance of a captivating story and fluid prose. A Fine Balance by Rohinton...

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Top 5 Books Banned In India

The Indian government has always made pretentious claims about idealism and socialism, yet goes on banning books – a distortion of the freedom of expression...

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A Visit to the Delhi Book Fair, 2012

For true bibliophiles, Delhi book fair could surely be called as a paradise on Earth. The aura inside the fair was mesmerising for whereever you might look you would...

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Chetan Bhagat’s What Young India Wants

While my friends were making plans to see Salman Khan’s latest blockbuster, I was all set with my coffee mug to step into Chetan Bhagat’s world. “What Young India...

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Khushwant Singh’s Train to Pakistan

Historically, we are all aware of the partition of 1947, the splitting of India and Pakistan, a violent episode that led to the death of millions of people and the...

Book Review: The Brief Wonderful Life of Oscar Wao

“It’s like a fucking knife in me”, said Junot Díaz, on the pressure to produce a follow-up to his 1996 short story collection Drown,  that released to explosive...