Book Review: Lovestruck by Pratyush Madhav

Title: LovestruckAuthor: Pratyush MadhavPages: 152Publisher: Bluerose PublisherBuy now Love is an indescribably beautiful emotion, one that transcends words and touches the depths of our being. Yet, within the intricate tapestry of love, one must navigate through numerous trials. It is through overcoming these trials within a relationship that love finds its endurance. However, love is […]

World Cup 2023: Seven Well-Known Indian Authors’ Books About Cricket

World Cup 2023: Seven Well-Known Indian Authors’ Books About Cricket Cricket is a popular, lively sport all around the world. It crosses national boundaries by bringing people together via a common love of the game. As a sport, it combines talent, strategy, and teamwork, enthralling spectators with exhilarating moments. Cricket is a national emblem that […]

Author: Pavan K Verma

About the Author: Indian diplomat, politician, and author Pavan K. Varma is well-known for his varied career in both writing and public service. His background and accomplishments are summarised here: Early Years and Education: Pavan K. Varma was born in Delhi, India, on August 5, 1953. He continued his study at Delhi University’s St. Stephen’s […]

Four books to know more about Lord Ganesha

Lord Ganesha, also known as Ganpati, is one of the most widely worshiped deities in Hinduism. He is revered as the remover of obstacles, the patron of arts and sciences, and the god of beginnings and wisdom. Ganesh Chaturthi, also known as Ganpati Puja, is a Hindu festival dedicated to Lord Ganesha and is celebrated […]

Book Review: “The Power of Curiosity: In and Beyond Classrooms” by Anita Karwal ,Rashi Sharma, Rajnish Kumar

Title: “The Power of Curiosity: In and Beyond Classrooms”Author: Anita Karwal ,Rashi Sharma, Rajnish KumarPages: 348Publisher: HarperCollins IndiaBuy now “The Power of Curiosity: In and Beyond Classrooms” is an enchanting work of fiction that delves into the uncharted territories of unconventional learning and the remarkable role that curiosity plays in shaping young minds. With the […]

Outstanding children’s books for August

Books for children to read in August In a world where imagination knows no bounds and curiosity fuels endless adventures, books have the remarkable power to transport children to enchanting realms, teach important life lessons, and spark a lifelong love for reading. From whimsical tales of talking animals to thrilling journeys through magical lands, the […]

Author: Ravinder Singh

About the Author: Indian novelist Ravinder Singh is well-known for his modern romance books. On February 4, 1982, he was born in Kolkata, India. Singh’s literature frequently emphasizes love, connections, and feelings. His first book, “I Too Had a Love Story,” which was released in 2008, helped him become well-known. A semi-autobiographical book based on […]

Book Review – “Ponder Awhile, Message From The Light” By Mohit K. Misra

Book: Ponder Awhile – Message From The Light Author: Mohit K. Misra Publisher: Notion Press (2021) Total Pages: 98 Amazon link: Contributing to the literary genre called poetry, this amazing title “Ponder Awhile – Message From The Light”authored by poet Mohit K. Misra is undoubtedly a reflection of the author’s self as happy or […]

Book Review: Rejoice in Adversity, Triumph in War by Rajpal Punia

Title: Rejoice in Adversity, Triumph in War : A Military MemoirAuthor: Rajpal PuniaPages: 280 Publisher: HarperCollins IndiaBook now “Rejoice in Adversity, Triumph in War” is a captivating and electrifying military memoir by Major General Rajpal Punia. Through a collection of fascinating anecdotes spanning almost four decades in the Indian army, Punia takes readers on a thrilling […]

Loathe to Love You by Ali Hazelwood

Title: Loathe to Love YouAuthor: Ali Hazelwood Pages: 384Buy now: About the book: Three irresistible short stories by the global phenomenon Ali Hazelwood, now available together in paperback for the first time, with an exclusive bonus chapter. Mara, Sadie, and Hannah are friends first, scientists always. Though their fields of study might take them to different […]