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Kurukshetra by Ramdhari Singh ‘Dinkar’

Kurukshetra is a poetic description of the analysis and after effects of a war. The poet has taken the Bhishma – Yudhishthir dialogue after the Mahabharat war was over in order to explain the effects of war. After the war … Continue reading

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Scion of Ikshvaku by Amish Tripathi

Another historical book by Amish Tripathi. This time he has chosen the story of Ramayan (around 3400 BCE). Its re-telling of the standard Ram-Sita life-story as mentioned in various versions of Ramayan’s by various authors over a period of time. Mostly … Continue reading

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Chandrakanta by Devakinandan Khatri

Chandrakanta is a hindi novel written in 1888. This is fantasy fiction something similar to the “Harry Potter” series, which the younger generation of today is so fan of. It is important to note that during the time when this book … Continue reading

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The Mediterranean Caper by Clive Cussler

A world war I vintage Albatross fighter attacked an US airfield in a remote island in Greece. Dirk Pitt who was flying near that area and was en-route to assists the NUMA research ship facing sabotage, received the distress call … Continue reading

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Best Kept Secret by Jeffrey Archer

This is the third book in The Clifton Chronicles series. The story continues from where it left off. I am highly impressed by the way the plot is taking the turn. The author is really a brilliant story teller. Also in … Continue reading

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