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Asura:Tale of the Vanquished: The Story of Ravana and His People Paperback – 25 Apr 2012 by Anand Neelakantan (Author) I Love Books, My Books, Hindi Books, Ayurveda Books, Madhubani Painting, Best Selling Books, Arts And Entertainment, Historical Fiction, Book Lovers

Asura, by Anand Neelakantan

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Love Not For Sale Author: Anurag Garg

The Last Disciple of Nalanda Paperback by Suresh Nair

‘I drew from my experience as a soldier’

Mongols, Buddhism, ancient history …Col. Suresh Nair’s debut novel is a simple tale set in ancient India

Gurkha : Better to Die Than Live a Coward - My Life with the Gurkhas by Kailash Limbu, Kailash Khebang and Alexander Norman Hardcover) for sale online British Army, Special Forces, Military History, Armed Forces, Troops, Biography, Books To Read, My Life, Movies
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Gurkha - Better to Die than Live like a Coward: My Life with the Gurkhas Author: Kailash Limbu

The House That BJ Built Author: Anuja Chauhan Authors, Building A House, Books To Read, Indian, Reading, Build House, Reading Books, Writers, Indian People
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The House That BJ Built Author: Anuja Chauhan

Goila makes his debut as an author with ‘India On My Platter’ which promises not to be just another run-of-the-mill recipe book. Get glimpses of the launch event in Mumbai Ruskin Bond, K Food, Food News, Sanjeev Kapoor, Book Review Blogs, Desi Food, Book Launch, Indian Food Recipes, Asian Recipes
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'India On My Platter' by Saransh Goila | Book Review

I had a dream, which yet remains a dream, but Saransh Goila lived it. Not only did he manage to travel throughout India, he even managed to document his experiences with the local folks, their culture and most importantly, the local food. When I first held this beautiful book that talks of travel and food, I knew lying in my hand is a very ambitious and accomplished product. A few pages into it, and I found that ambition to be true. What makes this travelogue cum food-memoir even richer is…

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History review: ‘Farthest Field: An Indian Story of the Second World War,’ by Raghu Karnad

The experience of three brothers tells the complicated, overlooked story of an army that fought fiercely for a master it would soon drive off.

The story of Ramayana has been subject to changes by authors, yet the beauty, rhythm and precision of Valmiki’s Ramayana are unmatched Vintage Book Covers, Authors, Change, Indian, Beauty, Writers, Beauty Illustration, Indian People, Author
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The epic changes with time

The main story of Ramayana as told by Valmiki has remained the same down the ages in all the...

Harsh Mander presents a vivid account of a highly unequal and often invisible world of Indians, in his new book that is aimed for readers of all kinds

The Politics of Inequality

A look at the chasms created by urbanisation in modern India and what that means to a developing nation

Ashoka; Author: Nayanjot Lahiri

Book review: Ashoka in Ancient India

In putting together a biography of Ashoka, Nayanjot Lahiri falls back on literary sources to get riveting details which are not historically verifiable but also maintains a historian's purity by clarifying that they are inaccurate, says Parsa Venkateshwar Rao Jr

The House of Hidden Mothers Author: Meera Syal

The House of Hidden Mothers Author: Meera Syal

Book: Splish, Splash, Spring by Jan Carr Nice And Slow, Wheels On The Bus, School Events, Bus Driver, Splish Splash, The Book, Childrens Books, Spring, Fun

The Gita for Children Author: By Roopa Pai

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The alchemy of success

It is not possible for us to live a perfect life, but one can always learn to lead a reasonably successful life following certain principles based on good values.

Providing the bigger, multi-perspective picture about his glittering but brief career of in Hindustan is author Royina Grewal in her first novel. Perspective Pictures, Times Of India, First Novel, Book Review, Novels, This Book, History, Reading, Books
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Book Review: Conqueror of Hindustan - Times of India

Conqueror of Hindustan; by Royina Grewal

A touching story about a lost tiger cub and a boy’s determination to restore it to its mother.

‘Tiger Boy’ book review: The Long Way Back

A touching story about a lost tiger cub and a boy’s determination to restore it to its mother.

Googled By God; By Pulkit Ahuja Book Review, Authors, Interview, Indian, God, Money, Search, Books, Dios
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Book Review: Googled By God ..In Search Of Money (and exclusive interview with the author)

The market of Indian fiction in English is right now drowning in an avalanche of teddy-bear romance and purpose-less love stories, being churned out by young enthusiast brigade of writers who wish to unleash another mass-loved Mills and Boon franchis