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
Book Review / Indian Author / Indian Mythology

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

Young Author Nitish Krishna on His Writing Journey
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Young Author Nitish Krishna on His Writing Journey

Nitish Krishna, author of The Mystery of Bila Land, is here with us today to talk about himself and his book. So, let’s hear his talk about his writing journey…… Tell us something about yourself? I am a Market Research professional currently working in Bangalore. I am originally from Manglore. My passions include collecting old … Continue reading

Book Review: ‘The Guardians of the Halahala (The Vikramaditya Trilogy #1)’ by Shatrujeet Nath
Book Review / Indian Mythology

Book Review: ‘The Guardians of the Halahala (The Vikramaditya Trilogy #1)’ by Shatrujeet Nath

Churning of the ocean, popularly known as Samudra-manthan or Amrita-manthan, is one of the well-known events in Indian mythology. This churning of the ocean was done by Devas and Asuras together. While the main aim of doing this churning was to obtain Amrita (or the nectar of immortality), this procedure of churning released a number … Continue reading

Book Review: ‘The Winds of Hastinapur’ by Sharath Komarraju
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Book Review: ‘The Winds of Hastinapur’ by Sharath Komarraju

My Rating**** ‘The Winds of Hastinapur’ by Sharath Komarraju is the first book of one more series based on the grand old epic Mahabharata. The distinguishing feature of this new series is that it concentrates on the ladies rather than the well known men of the epic. While the narrative of Draupadi has been retold … Continue reading