The Palace of Illusions by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

Mahabharata is probably the most complete text in the sense that it contains all possible human emotions. All possible complex situations and dilemmas that...

Yayati: A Classic Tale of Lust by V S Khandekar

Tales from Mahabharata have this quality that you can read them over and over again. Every time you read them you get more drawn...

Immortals of Meluha by Amish – Part I of Shiva Trilogy

Imagine the classic Indian tale of Shiva Parvati being told in a rational and logical way in the language that is colloquial and contemporary. While...

Twilight in Delhi by Ahmed Ali

Ahmed Ali was a Delhi based author poet and diplomat. Born in the first decade of the 20th century, he was witness to the changes...
Draupadi – The Tale of an Empress by Saiswaroopa Iyer

Draupadi The Tale of an Empress by Saiswaroopa Iyer

Draupadi is the central character of Mahakavya Mahabharata. She is probably the strongest, most complex and most studied character after Krishna himself. No wonder...
Dwarka ka Suryasta by Dinkar Joshi

Dwarka Ka Suryasta by Dinkar Joshi

I have been reading on Dwarka since the time I visited Dwarka recently. Not many books gave me any insight into the making of...
ugandhar by Shivaji Sawant

Yugandhar by Shivaji Sawant – Book Review

I bought Yugandhar way back in 2003 when it first came in Hindi edition. I knew it would demand a lot of time given...
A Time to Burnish by Radhika Nathan

A Time to Burnish by Radhika Nathan

A Time to burnish by Radhika Nathan is a romantic thriller in the backdrop of art and antiquities theft. I earlier read 'The Mute...
Book Review The Black Hill by Mamang Dai

The Black Hill by Mamang Dai – Book Review

Mamang Dai is the most celebrated writer from the state of Arunachal Pradesh. I have visited Arunachal Pradesh once. In my opinion, it is...

Delhi a Novel by Khushwant Singh

I picked up this book Delhi a Novel in my quest to read about Delhi, and I knew the author is someone who has...