Monthly Archive:: May 2010

Delhi Durbar by Krishan Partap Singh

This second book in the author’s Raisina Series takes you through the power corridors of the country through the eyes of a young second generation power broker. Told in first person the story takes you through the journey of this young man who comes from Sikh community,

Delhi Durbar by Krishan Partap Singh

This second book in the author’s Raisina Series takes you through the power corridors of the country through the eyes of a young second generation power broker. Told in first person the story takes you through the journey of this young man who comes from Sikh community,

Striker, Stopper by Moti Nandy

World of sports is more or less like world of glamour, where the players go through extreme highs and lows regularly and unpredictably. There place in the game is as much a function of their talent as their political skills and their ability to maneuver themselves through

The Englishman’s Cameo by Madhulika Liddle

Imagine the lives of people in the times of Shahajahan, when the city of Shahajahanabad had just been setup and the court moved here from Agra, the crimes that happened then, the motivations that led people in the small settlement to murder, the relationship between government officials

Dreaming in Hindi by Katherine Russell Rich

In my quest to read some travel books, I picked up this book a few days back. I expected it to be an interesting account of someone trying to learn a new language, living in the native country of the language, which in this case was Hindi

The Fairy Tales of Hermann Hesse by Jack Zipes

 After having this book for over 4 years, I read it now and I wonder why I waited for so long for this absolutely amazing book. But then I go back to my theory that books come to me at the right time and they decide when

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