Conversation with Dr. Hari Parmeshwar (the author of ‘Chase of Choices’)
Conversation / Indian Author / Interview

Conversation with Dr. Hari Parmeshwar (the author of ‘Chase of Choices’)

Dr. Hari Parmeshwar joins ‘The Bibulous Bibliobiuli’ today to not only talk about himself but also about his books. Dr. Hari is an experienced corporate management specialist, who has worked both in public and private sectors. He is also a renowned environmentalist and a ‘sustainability expert’. His campaigns on best practices related to environment have … Continue reading

The Untold Story of Arjun (Book Review – ‘Arjun: Without A Doubt’ by Dr. Sweety Shinde)
Book Review / Historical Fiction / Indian Author / Indian Mythology / Mahabharata

The Untold Story of Arjun (Book Review – ‘Arjun: Without A Doubt’ by Dr. Sweety Shinde)

Have a look into any Indian bookstore and you will find a number of books based on Indian mythology. It seems that everyone is writing a book about Ramayana and Mahabharata. However, you cannot blame the authors of these books. Indian mythology is so rich and endless that one cannot stop himself/herself to turn these … Continue reading

Book Review: ‘A Pocket Full of Rye’ by Agatha Christie
Agatha Christe / Agatha Christie Reading Challenge / Book Review

Book Review: ‘A Pocket Full of Rye’ by Agatha Christie

My Rating***** It’s been a long time since I have posted anything related to Agatha Christie and you lovely readers will be wondering about my ‘Agatha Christie Reading Challenge’. Well! The challenge is on and I have been reading Christie’s books on a regular basis. This is just that I am not finding time to … Continue reading

Book Review: ‘Black, Grey & White’ by Santosh Avvannavar and Santosh I. Biradhar
Book Review / Fiction / Indian Author / Short Stories

Book Review: ‘Black, Grey & White’ by Santosh Avvannavar and Santosh I. Biradhar

My Rating*** ‘Black, Grey and White’ by Santosh Avvannavar and Santosh I. Biradar is a compilation of five short stories, which attempt to create awareness about HIV positive people. While no other disease has attracted as much attention as AIDS, basic knowledge about HIV/AIDS is still lacking among people. At the same time, this deadly … Continue reading

Book Review: ‘Paradise Lost & Regained’ by Ratnadip Acharya
Book Review / Fiction / Indian Author / Self-help

Book Review: ‘Paradise Lost & Regained’ by Ratnadip Acharya

My Rating***** ‘Paradise Lost & Regained’ by Ratnadip Acharya is a beautiful take on the true meaning of life. We all, intentionally or unintentionally, try to find out the real purpose of our lives and Ratnadip did the same in the form of a beautifully written prose. The author conspicuously suggests that our lives have … Continue reading