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A person with feet firmly rooted to the ground yet free as the bird soaring up in the sky.
A person with feet firmly rooted to the ground yet free as the bird soaring up in the sky.

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A simple story told in an engrossing style, packed with suspense and action, this one is sure to enthrall lovers of mythological fiction, fantasy and thrillers alike. I’d say this sure is a brilliant piece of writing, one that has all the potentials of becoming a best-seller.

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An amalgamation of enthralling stories borrowed from the chaotic pages of life, that is 'The Inimitable Chaos of Life' by Maliny Mohan.

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Reimaging Vishpala of the Rig Veda is Saiswaroopa Iyer, Author of Abhaya​ in 'Avishi.' To know more and read an excerpt from the book, do visit the link below

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Vishwamitra is the powerful story of a brave but stubborn, haughty yet compassionate, visionary king of Aryavarta who not only acquires material wealth through military conquests but also becomes one of the most well-known sages of all times.

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A veritable treat for the young mind with plenty of nutrition enough to charge their creative side.

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The second book in the Vikramaditya Veergatha Series, ‘The Conspiracy of Meru’ continues to keep us on tenterhooks. The transition from the first book i.e. ‘The Guardians of Halahala’ is smooth and the author has cleverly managed to maintain the suspense regarding the Halahala and its whereabouts till the end. In fact the Halahala still evades not only the Devas and Asuras but the readers as well.

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‘Just me, the Sink & the Pot’ has at its core the subject of body shaming which is I must admit, something that is on the rise these days. The dilemma, the sufferings and the aspirations of an overweight girl are put forth beautifully and one can’t help but empathize with Pamela the protagonist and the butt of ridicule both at home and outside.

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The second book in the Vikramaditya Veergatha Series, ‘The Conspiracy of Meru’ continues to keep us on tenterhooks. The transition from the first book i.e. ‘The Guardians of Halahala’ is smooth and the author has cleverly managed to maintain the suspense regarding the Halahala and its whereabouts till the end. In fact the Halahala still evades not only the Devas and Asuras but the readers as well.

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Now this is not just a review. It is something more. To unravel the mystery do read the post
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