Book Review “Mai Ashwathama Bol Raha Hoon” by Rachnakar ‘Viral’

When the Mahabharata and the Bhagwad Gita were being written, no one could have anticipated the extent to which the text would be examined at multiple levels and the possibilities of re-writing or exploring it from different facets would be opened. This is the beauty of the epic that finds expression even years after its […]

Book Review – URMILA, The Forgotten Princess, Author Smriti Dewan

The Hindu epics Ramayana and Mahabharata are a huge part of our culture and society. So much so that quite a few books have been written as their retellings. Screenwriter-producer-turned debut author Smriti Dewan’s book ‘Urmila: The Forgotten Princess’, which released in April this year, is one such new addition to the mytho-fiction genre in […]

‘The Hidden Hindu’ is an amalgamation of mythology and science fiction by Akshat Gupta

‘The Hidden Hindu’ is a story of an Aghori named Om Shastri who is being interrogated by seven experts. He is hypnotized and under narco test reveals some startling facts. Attributing the popularity of mythology books in the past decade and a half to the fact that most Indians we have grown up either listening […]

Book Review “Yashoda and Krishna” by Seema Seth

Must Read: The Top Editing Services In India While growing up, everyone would have heard of different tales from the hearts of the Indian folklore and epics. While these stories are meant to inspire and inculcate values to help today’s children become responsible citizens of tomorrow, these tales also instill moral and ethical standards in […]


Dr. Sachchidanand Padhy, author of the book ‘The Bhagvadgita – A Lucid Presentation’ has done a splendid job bringing out this easily comprehensible version of the divine ancient scripture. He begins with describing the birth-and-death chakra and recycling of the soul in the first chapter. In the gist of this chapter of The Bhagavad Gita, […]

Book Review| Aksara Bhagvad Gita by Haribakth

A fiction always carries a slice of reality. Life bestows us with various circumstances and we respond as per our perceived views towards life. This book is a beautiful effort to analyze various aspects of Bhagvad Gita through a fictionalized chain of events. As many scholars already said; Gita is not about religious views, but […]

Book Review – The Shining Warrior – Criticspace Journal

The story of Mahabharata how much ever old it is, reading the epic always gives a new perspective towards the characters present in it. Many times the tale of Mahabharatha is conceived from the Pandavas point of view and Krishna’s managing power. The same has been accepted since ages. Coming to the new generations also, […]

Book Review | Glimpses of Indian Languages | Criticspace Journals

Communication has always been the key to understanding a person’s state of mind and also a medium of expression for human beings at large. In a diverse country like India, there is a lot more richness and diversity in the number of languages and dialects spoken. Understanding all of them together becomes a challenge and […]

Book Review | Curse of Shiva and Other Tales: Collection of Short Stories & Poems |

The book, “Curse of Shiva and Other Tales: Collection of Short Stories & Poems” by Author Abhishek Goswami is a beautiful blend of short stories and poems served together to the readers who are fond of reading subjects like supernatural fantasies, mythological tales and science fiction. The book consists of 10 Short-Stories and 23 Poems, which are surely worth […]