Maryada by Arshia Sattar

Maryada – Dharma In Ramayana By Arshia Sattar

Arshia Sattar is the translator of Ramayana and other Sanskrit texts. She has written a series of books on her reflections on the story...
The Greatness of Saturn – a Therapeutic Myth by Dr Robert E Svoboda

The Greatness Of Saturn By Dr Robert E Svoboda

I have been studying astrology during the lockdown. It is a fascinating subject, with its intricacies and variations. Saturn is one of the nine...
Didda by Ashish Kaul

Didda – The Warrior Queen Of Kashmir By Ashish Kaul

Didda was just a name that I had faintly heard when this book came to me for review. The tagline of the Warrior Queen...
How to Write Children's Books

How To Write A Successful Children’s Book

This is a guest post by Teigan Margetts, Co-Founder, Ethicool Books. There is a common misconception that writing Children’s books is an easy feat. Something...
Apni Apni Bimari by Harishankar Parsai

Apni Apni Bimari by Harishankar Parsai – Hindi Satire

I have always heard about the satire, wit, and humor of Harishankar Parsai. It took me a long time to pick up his first...
Manmatha Nath Dutt by Bibek Debroy

Manmatha Nath Dutt By Bibek Debroy

Manmatha Nath Dutt is a name that we find on many century-old translations of Sanskrit texts into English. Bibek Debroy is the name we...
Swami Vivekananda Makarand Paranjape

Swami Vivekananda: Hinduism And India’s Road To Modernity

Swami Vivekananda is an enigma for me. I have not read him or about him, not even during my school days. I met him...
Sri Aurobindo and India's Rebirth - Michel Danino

Sri Aurobindo And India’s Rebirth Edited By Michel Danino

I have visited Auroville in Pondicherry a couple of times. Only as a traveler. Every time I picked up books from there to read....
A Tigress Called Machhli by Supriya Sehgal

A Tigress Called Machhli By Supriya Sehgal

Supriya Sehgal, the author of ‘A Tigress Called Machhli and other true animal stories from India’ is a friend and a fellow travel writer....
Caste as Social Capital by Prof R Vaidyanathan

Caste As Social Capital By Prof. R. Vaidyanathan

Every time I hear – Caste is bad, it is the curse of India. I wondered why this motherhood statement for something that is...

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