Private India

First things first. Before you read my book review of Private India written by Ashwin Sanghi, I need to clear out two IMPORTANT things. 1. I am one of the huge fans of Ashwin Sanghi, the writer. 2. I am not biased while reviewing his books. Cool. So coming back to Private India, it is Read More

The Mahabharat Secret

Readers, Today, we all read about how to write a thriller. Requirements are as follows: 1. A plot of a best-selling book by a Videsi (International) best selling author 2. A touch of mythology. 3. Some fine knowledge of history. 4. A few desi (Indian) characters, a few firang (out of India) characters. 5. A Read More

Chanakya’s Chant

The mantra written above holds vital importance throughout the novel. It starts and ends with this mantra. The novel is a well-paced thriller penned by the renowned novelist, Ashwin Sanghi. Set in two different eras, a common plot binds the storyline. In 340 BC, a lesser known teacher called Kautilya (later known as Chanakya) had Read More

The Rozabal Line

Before I begin my review, I have a few queries that make me wonder. What on earth does Jesus Christ’s life have that makes the writer wanting to explore deeper and deeper? Am I the only reader that feels awed by the topic of Christ? Every time I read something about Christ, I come across Read More

Asura: Tale of the Vanquished

Ravana starts off this one with a punch: “For thousands of years, I have been vilified and my death is celebrated year after year in every corner of India. Why? Was it because I challenged the Gods for the sake of my daughter? Was it because I freed a race from the yoke of caste-based Read More

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