Cover Reveal – Mauri, Book 2 of Abhaya Collection
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Cover Reveal – Mauri, Book 2 of Abhaya Collection

Mauri, the second book of Abhaya collection by Saiswaroopa Iyer is set to release on 9th June 2018 on Amazon Kindle Store. Set in the times of Mahabharata, the books explore lesser-known stories of the timeless epic of India from the perspectives of strong female protagonists. The opening Title, Abhaya, was released on Kindle store … Continue reading

The Vengence of Indra: Vikramaditya Veergatha Book-3
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The Vengence of Indra: Vikramaditya Veergatha Book-3

The Vengeance of Indra by Shatrujeet Nath is the third book of the series called Vikramaditya Veergatha. After thoroughly enjoying the first two books of this series, I picked up this book with a lot of anticipation. At the same time, there was a certain apprehension too. In every follow-up book of any series, there … Continue reading

Book Review: ‘The Curse of Brahma’ by ‘Jagmohan Bhanver’
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Book Review: ‘The Curse of Brahma’ by ‘Jagmohan Bhanver’

As a lover of books based on Indian mythology, I opened Jagmohan Bhanver’s The Curse of Brahma with a bit of apprehension. And, there was a certain reason behind that. Lately, a number of retelling of Indian mythologies had disappointed me. But, to my own surprise, this book captured my attention in the Prologue and … Continue reading

Karna: The Unsung Hero of the Mahabharata
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Karna: The Unsung Hero of the Mahabharata

There are a number of books which have been written on the character of Karna, the tragic hero of Mahabharata. In fact, his character is the most explored subject in Mahabharata related literature. Latest in this list is Karna: The Unsung Hero of the Mahabharata by Umesh Kotru and Ashutosh Zutshi, published by Leadstart Publishing … Continue reading

Adventures of a Pregnant King
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Adventures of a Pregnant King

The Pregnant King by Devdutt Pattanaik is a many-faceted novel. It is a complex but brilliantly written mythological tale. The book has a controlled intricate narrative structure. The readers can experience and enjoy both the lyricism and fine intelligence of the structure and narrative technique of this book. Though the book is fun-filled and magical, … Continue reading