Aditya Iyengar · Book Reviews · Books · http://schemas.google.com/blogger/2008/kind#post · Indian Authors · Indian Mythology · Mahabharata · The Thirteenth Day

#CogentBooks – The Thirteenth Day by Aditya Iyengar

Mahabharata; a tale that has been retold a several times, and shall be recreated by authors for time immemorial. There are so many characters, themes, philosophies, and stories that come together to create the mega-epic that is the Mahabharata. Quite recently, I read and wrote about The Ajaya Series written by Anand Neelakantan. That author… Continue reading #CogentBooks – The Thirteenth Day by Aditya Iyengar

Book Reviews · Books · Deja Karma · http://schemas.google.com/blogger/2008/kind#post · Indian Authors · Suspense · Thriller · Vish Dhamija

#CogentBooks – Deja Karma by Vish Dhamija

While I was reading Roll of the Dice and Rise of Kali, I came across this book called Deja Karma by Vish Dhamija. Sadly, I’ve been away from the world of books in the last few months of my life; and hence I didn’t know about Bhendi Bazaar and Nothing Lasts Forever, two bestsellers written… Continue reading #CogentBooks – Deja Karma by Vish Dhamija

Ajaya - Epic of the Kaurava Clan · Book Reviews · Books · CogentBooks · http://schemas.google.com/blogger/2008/kind#post · Indian Authors · Indian Mythology · Mahabharata

#CogentBooks – Rise of Kali by Anand Neelakantan

Rise of Kali is the second book in the two book set of Ajaya – Epic of the Kaurava Clan. I had expressed my thoughts on the first book, in my last post. This book begins from the most infamous, and the most poignant chapter of Mahabharata. The dice game in which Pandavas’ lose their… Continue reading #CogentBooks – Rise of Kali by Anand Neelakantan

Ajaya - Epic of the Kaurava Clan · Book Reviews · Books · CogentBooks · http://schemas.google.com/blogger/2008/kind#post · Indian Authors · Indian Mythology · Mahabharata

#CogentBooks – Roll of the Dice by Anand Neelakantan

How often do you know the story of the book, before you pick it up? Well, even if you don’t know the entire story, you definitely know about existence of most of the important characters, their names, their personality traits, how are they connected to each other, the milieu, etc. That was my state when… Continue reading #CogentBooks – Roll of the Dice by Anand Neelakantan

Book Reviews · Books · http://schemas.google.com/blogger/2008/kind#post · Indian Armed Forces · Indian Army · Indian Authors · Mistress of Honour

Mistress of Honour by Bhaavna Arora

I’ve always wondered why does India not have its share of books/ movies based on wars. War movies is one of the most popular genre of movies in the west. Some brilliant masterpieces like Saving Private Ryan, Behind Enemy Lines, and many others are not just great entertainers, but also, great informative pieces of work.… Continue reading Mistress of Honour by Bhaavna Arora

Banking · Banking in India · BlogAdda · http://schemas.google.com/blogger/2008/kind#post

Banking? They got an app for that

If I were to ask a simple question, “what does internet mean to you?” to different people, I’m sure I’d get at least 80 different answers. Everybody uses internet differently. Some people (me included) can’t imagine life without emails, and the there are some people (my younger cousin) who feel email is just too boring… Continue reading Banking? They got an app for that

BlogAdda · BlogAdda Reviews · Book Reviews · Books · Christopher Doyle · http://schemas.google.com/blogger/2008/kind#post · Suspense · The Mahabharata Quest · Thriller

The Mahabharata Quest: The Alexander Secret by Christopher C. Doyle

History, mythology, thriller, crime, suspense, action, and science. It’s difficult to manage so many subjects and genres, for an author. What makes it really difficult is to connect two or more of the above mentioned subjects, in one story. Now imagine, combining all the above mentioned genres in bits, and weaving a story. That’s what… Continue reading The Mahabharata Quest: The Alexander Secret by Christopher C. Doyle