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| GuestBlogging | Book Review | The Mahabharata | Indian based Mythology | Indian Regional Language – Sanskrit |

Imagine a prompt which let’s you talk about an Indian based mythology story, written originally in an Indian Language (Sanskrit)! Thanks to Shalini @ shalmojo.in for this interesting one – I didn’t realise I had such hidden opinions about it, until I wrote the following. The Mahabharata, which is one of the two major Sanskrit epics… Read More | GuestBlogging | Book Review | The Mahabharata | Indian based Mythology | Indian Regional Language – Sanskrit |

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| GuestBlogging | Book Review | The Revenue Stamp | Amrita Pritam | Indian Regional Language |

Title: THE REVENUE STAMP Introduction: THE REVENUE STAMP is the autobiography of the famous poet, novelist and short story writer, Amrita Pritam. Explosive in its revelations and poetic in its content, the book is a candid account of her extraordinary life. She reflects on her full and creative journey of life—her uneasy relationship with her… Read More | GuestBlogging | Book Review | The Revenue Stamp | Amrita Pritam | Indian Regional Language |

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| GuestBlogging | Book Review | The Strange Library | Haruki Murakami | Book set in Japan/China/Turkey |

The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami For someone who loves books and visits to the library, the title was catching indeed. The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami is perhaps a lesser known work of the best-selling Japanese author. It was shelved in the library along with Murakami’s Kafka on the Shore, which I had initially… Read More | GuestBlogging | Book Review | The Strange Library | Haruki Murakami | Book set in Japan/China/Turkey |

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| GuestBlogging | Book Review | Honour | Elif Shafak | Book set in Japan/China/Turkey |

  Title: Honour Introduction: Elif Shafak’s ‘Honour’ is a gripping exploration of the darkest aspects of faith and love. She wrote Honour in English first before translating it into Turkish. Elif Shafak is a persistent writer. The publication of an earlier novel, The Bastard of Istanbul, saw her charged with insulting “Turkishness”. Her book, Honour,… Read More | GuestBlogging | Book Review | Honour | Elif Shafak | Book set in Japan/China/Turkey |

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| 15 things that you can relate with if you are a Stationery Freak | Guestblogging |

“Stationery Freak” what is that? – You may ask. Well, we address someone in that title when he/she is obsessed with stationery- colored paper, notebook, pencil-case, pencils, pens, cute little post sticks, funky stapler, paperclip, journals, highlighter, paper file, sign pen and the list goes on. How can you tell if you are a stationery… Read More | 15 things that you can relate with if you are a Stationery Freak | Guestblogging |

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| Guestblogging | Comics | Who is Batman- the secret origin revealed | Writer-Devin K Grayson | Artists -Staz Johnson & James A Hodgkins |

Age is just a number, and when it comes to comics, I am very much a kid at heart. You will find me at Comic Con (event in Delhi) every year 🙂 I am a big fan of Batman – have always been… my love goes beyond the comic books.. to the kitchen – Lo… Read More | Guestblogging | Comics | Who is Batman- the secret origin revealed | Writer-Devin K Grayson | Artists -Staz Johnson & James A Hodgkins |

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| Guestblogging | Comics | Shekar Kapur’s Devi | Saurav Mohapatra & Chandrasekhar |

Title: Shekar Kapur’s Devi Review: Tara Mehta was once human but when the spirit of a divine warrior fused with her, she turns Devi, a living goddess sworn to protect mankind from threats both criminal and supernatural. Now the girl-turned-goddess should protect one of her own as young woman claiming to be her long-lost sister… Read More | Guestblogging | Comics | Shekar Kapur’s Devi | Saurav Mohapatra & Chandrasekhar |