Antarctica by Gabrielle Walker

Antarctica – A Mysterious Continent By Gabrielle Walker

Antarctica is a distant land for most of us, except those who go there to work. I was reading on the continent for a...
What We Cannot Know by Marcus Du Sautoy

What We Cannot Know by Marcus Du Sautoy

What we cannot know is an incredible book by Oxford Professor Marcus Du Sautoy. He takes you to the edges of different dimensions of...
Inferior by Angela Saini

Inferior by Angela Saini – A Look at Women in Science

Inferior by Angela Saini - a BBC journalist who covers science, takes a look at women in science. I had read her earlier book...
Brahma Gyan – The Science Behind Shiva by Ravikumar Kakde

Brahma Gyan – Science Behind Shiva by Ravikumar Kakde

Brahma Gyan - literally means the knowledge of the universe. Ravikumar Kakde explores if what we worship in Sanatan Dharma is really the cosmos...
A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson

A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson

What a book! A Short History of Nearly Everything takes you through the history of the world. Or should I say universe, as it...
Geek Nation by Angela Saini

Geek Nation by Angela Saini – Book Review

 Can India be a Geek Nation? As India changes its image from being a country of snake charmers to a country of technology geeks, I...

Indian Culture and India’s Future by Michel Danino

Michel Danino is an Indologist. And he doesn't need any more credentials to that effect after this book Indian Culture and India’s Future. Written...

The Penguin Guide to Vaastu by Sashikala Ananth

It is a small book that tries to de-mystify Vaastu for you. In the recent past, with the boom in housing in the country...