Book Review | Lovestruck: The Story of Raj and Riya” by Pratyush Madhav | Criticspace Journals

Love is the most powerful emotion that human beings experience in their lives. The fact that life is unpredictable and every day happens once in a lifetime motivate every person to do their best to live in the moment they are so that their life is less about regrets and more about memories that they […]

Book Review | Love Knots |Author Tirtho Banerjee | Criticspace Journal

When poetry takes the garb of real, the product that is the result is far more closer to reality than the words of fiction. The poet Tirtho Banerjee creates this realistic product in his third title, “Love Knots.” After his earlier collections, “Beyond Words and Between Lines” and “Cityscape,” the title “Love Knots” would seem […]

Book Review – What Is Para Consciousness by Dr. Vipin Gupta – Criticspace Journals

In the process of discovering the complicated and integrated processes inside Nature, Dr. Vipin Gupta has come up with the 6th book of VIPIN project- What Is Para Consciousness. As the tagline goes, this book will help us nurture the potential beyond what we already know. The path to discovering reality, whether present or the […]

Book Review – What Is Consciousness- The Factor Creating The Law Of Limitation – Criticspace Journals

What Is Consciousness is the fifth book in Dr. Vipin Gupta’s grand project of deciphering the nature’s complex process in shaping human’s divinity. An academic approach, where the author amalgamates the scientific perspectives within the divine realm. Worshipping God or believing in your divine power is quite different from each other. In this book, much […]

Book Review – Invest In Digital – Prakash Arya – Criticspace Journals

Doing business is not everyone’s cup of tea, rather it is something specifically designed for risk-takers. It doesn’t matter if you run a small grocery shop or chair a big corporate, business is all about passionate growth in boosting your profit margin. But does it always happen? Losing out a business at some point in […]

Love.Feel.Pain.Heal.Repeat – poems of love, hope, passion, rupture and healing

These four words highlight the most common aspects of that phenomenon called Love. Even more so, when it’s one-sided. Just as the name suggests, this book is a beautiful compilation of poems about all the feelings and phases people usually go through before and after a heartbreak. Most notably, Author Shilpa has come out as […]

Book Review – Is Divine Energy: The Secret of the Limitless Immanent Value – Vipin Gupta – Criticspace

Is Divine Energy is the fourth book, independently published by Dr. Vipin Gupta in his twelve-book project for discovering the vastly integrated processes inside nature. The very first caution I would like to mention is; this whole project is designed chronologically and to understand this present book thoroughly the readers are requested to read the […]

Book Review | WHY- Reason For Every Action |Abdul Ghaffar | Criticspace Journals

A pragmatic approach to make us think better The famous startup research writer Thomas Oppong has once quoted that nothing gives a person the wholeness of peace like a distinct understanding of their actions. True, no? Our actions define us, and as soon as we realize the reason behind our actions, our thought process is […]

From Knowing to Glowing | Book Review | Kavita Saraff | Criticspace

Author Kavita Sarraf, an advocate by profession, has done an applaudable work writing this book called ‘From Knowing to Glowing.’ She has divided it into two parts – the first one describing some noticeable experiences of her life, and the second one conveying her message to the readers. Kavita was merely 10 days old when […]

Book Review | Situational Sins: A Carnal Damnation | Criticspace Journals

The bible has a clearcut demarcation between the positive and negative forces and how they impact human lives as per the choices they make. In this sense, a book that is true to life is a work that has the potential to catch a reader’s attention much more strongly than a work that is merely […]