It was a summer afternoon and I was that 5 year old girl, impatiently waiting with my granny in the corridors of the Srivilliputhur Temple
It is July already and half of 2018 has already gone by! Where is the time going ? I have been consistent with my reading
“Whosoever comes to me, through whatsoever form, I reach him; all men are struggling through paths which in the end lead to me.”
To a South Indian, Indo-Pak partition was never a serious topic of discussion. I knew it as a terrible incident in the modern history of independent India blemished with stains of blood and marks of violence. Nothing more,nothing less. Kushwant Singh’s “A train to Pakistan” was the catalyst. I was interested in knowing the stories from that miserable period and I decided to go with Ms. Malhotra’s debut book.The friend from the other corner of the world sent it as a gift through giggles bookshop.
We’ve been lucky with a few good hearted souls encouraging our skills and what we do. Through one such person, we got introduced to Ms.Sapna,
Excerpt from the blurb read, “Inside the Heart of Hope is a story of strong will, perseverance and optimism which will make you wonder if
The Relic – journey and story of an Intelligence Bureau officer who dares to risk his life in un-veiling a mystery that revolves around the
An interesting prologue which is well-known – the Kurukshetra war and Bishm is lying on the bed of arrows at the battlefield, contemplating his
She was a multi-faced personality, an Iyengar girl who ruled the superficial glamorous world and the party which was formed on caste politics.Her subjects lovingly
Synopsis: “When you travel, you don’t fear the unknown. You become a part of it. You don’t meet a million people. You meet yourself,
This house of clay and water – A story of forbidden love in Pakistan Author – Faiqa Mansab Publisher – Penguin Random House Pages- 272
1999.The year when the Pakistani soldiers infiltrated into the Indian side of the Line of Control. Conflict rose. A War broke out. Victory for India. Gallantry awards for the soldiers and the martyrs.We saluted and showed our respect .And then, we moved on with our everyday life.