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A Dowryless Wedding by Merlin Franco – Review

August 5, 2018 • By

Book – A Dowryless Wedding
Author – Merlin Franco
Published by – Authors Upfront
Year Published – 2018
Page Count – 225
Suitable for – all age groups, every kind of readers

“Our wedding was fixed for 12th July, as dictated by an astrologer.”

So, this is what happens. I am reminded of a marriage which could not be fixed because of an astrologer and here, the date is fixed by an astrologer and these are common sights in India – irrespective of its length and breadth. A wedding has more contributions from the relatives, pundits, churches, temples or maulvis compared to what a guy and a girl contribute. Well, this might sound funny as well! But, this thing, A Dowryless Wedding, is funnier than what it seems in a helicopter shot or a bird’s eye view.READ MORE


Bestsellers

The Hungry Tide by Amitav Ghosh – review

March 15, 2018 • By

The Hungry Tide by Amitav Ghosh is a book which, by most of the critics in India and abroad, is considered one of those novels who could successfully classify themselves to be called an ecological novel and it’s true as well… reading his novel, in case of The Hungry Tide, gradually removes the shroud from the concerns which we often ignore but only realise when it’s too late already. The human beings deported from their homes; the animals beguiled from their native land and the bystanders musing over the loss… this is all in his book and it makes the novel even complex – far, far away from the ones which are being read and written in the present day in our country.READ MORE


Novels

Little Maryam by Hamid Baig

February 28, 2018 • By

Hamid Baig’s debut novel, liked by the readers as romance, Little Maryam has become a bestseller and it certainly demands our scrutiny. We picked a reader and he, Manish, has read the book and sent us this clear review of the book which makes it easy for the readers to understand what content they might expect inside the book once they begin reading it. So, here is the review of Hamid Baig’s novel Little Maryam by Manish. You will certainly like it.READ MORE


Spiritual

Talks on the Gita by Vinoba Bhave – review

February 25, 2018 • By

Talks on the Gita is a book with the collected talks delivered by Vinoba Bhave on various aspects of the holy book, Srimad Bhagwad Gita. The book also has the same number of chapters just like the original book Gita – 18. In these different Chapters, you will get to read the thoughts of Vinoba Bhave on various ideas and aspects of Gita. These thoughts are, in a proper way, channelled to simplify the deeper meanings of the holy book which is often considered obscure by the common readers who are interested but cannot understand Gita in its entirety. Talks on the Gita will surely help such readers.READ MORE


Bestsellers

Exam Warriors by Narendra Modi – a review

February 17, 2018 • By

Exam Warriors is a book written by Narendra Modi which ponders on the examinations, their position, their side effects in the students and possible chances of redemption from the stress that exams bring in the life of young as well as grown-ups. Though there are very few new thing which you will find in the book, still, the book is very interesting as it takes you to a different kind of trip into the heart of yourself. It does not teach you; it guides you with the help of visuals and funny exercises in the book. There are 25 chapters and it goes on from the art of focusing to the elements of Yoga which can help you de-stress yourself during the days of Board exams or any other exams.READ MORE