Life Lessons from Adi Shankara – You are the Supreme Light by Nanditha Krishna

Life Lessons from Adi Shankara by Nanditha Krishna

You are Supreme Light – Life lessons from Ad Shankara is a small book which kind of gives you Adi Shankara in a nutshell....
Raghuvamsham by Kalidasa

Reading Raghuvamsham Mahakavya by Kalidasa

Why are we still taught Shakespeare and not Kalidasa in Indian Schools? Lately, I heard this question a lot. So, I decided to attempt...

Booming Brands – Made in India Brands by Harsh Pamnani

Booming Brands by Harsh Pamnani promised to be in the same genre as my book The Mouse Charmers. Having been written 4-5 years after...
Ultimate Grandmother Hacks by Kavita Devgan

Ultimate Grandmother Hacks by Kavita Devgan

Ultimate Grandmother Hacks is a book that I picked up from my twitter feed. Author Kavita Devgan had twitter about it and I was...
Kabir by Hazari Prasad Dwivedi

Kabir by Hazari Prasad Dwivedi – Hindi Book Review

Kabir is a poet I connect with the best. His simple Sakhis can say in two lines what people find it difficult to say...
The Idol Thief by S. Vijay Kumar

The Idol Thief by S. Vijay Kumar – Book Review

The Idol Thief by S. Vijay Kumar is one of those books that you wish was a fiction. It has all the elements of...
Japonisme - Ikigai, Forest Bathing, Wabi-Sabi and more by Erin Niimi Longhurst

Japonisme by Erin Niimi Longhurst – Book Review

Japonisme is a book that I picked up for its cover. It has Japan written all over it with its minimalistic cover design, with...
Portraits from Ayodhya by Sacharda Dubey

Portraits from Ayodhya by Scharada Dubey

I picked up Portraits from Ayodhya on Amazon, when I was planning my trip to Ayodhya. There are hundreds of books on the city...
The Shooting Star by Shivya Nath

The Shooting Star: A Girl, Her Backpack and the World by Shivya Nath

It is not easy to review books by authors you know well. I have known Shivya Nath since she started blogging. Have off and...
Never Lost Again by Bill Kilday

Never Lost Again by Bill Kilday – Book Review

Never lost again is how the Google Maps changed the world. I have traveled enough before the mobile phone era and smartphone era. Now,...