Andre Aciman in his 2007 novel, Call Me By Your Name, gives his readers many shades of the protagonist Elio. This article goes on to decipher all those shades.
Raavan- Enemy of Aryavarta provides a simplistic narration of a complex tale but there are moments when it feels like Amish Tripathi is just reiterating the stereotypes and not trusting his readers.
Let's not wait for the birth or death anniversary of a person to pay tribute to the people we admire.
A satirical take on power, politics and Indian media...
The book asks us to raise our voice against any kind of hatred we might feel within ourselves, and then raise our voice against the hatred that is around us.
Vanara: The Legend of Baali, Sugreeva and Tara is a great example to show that storytelling is not about 'what' happens in the story but, 'how' it happens.
2018 was the year when I truly understood the meaning of "So many books, so little time."
In an attempt to craft a different story, Bhagat ends up creating something which has been attempted often times in the past.
Raja Rao is not interested in the story of the mighty but in that of the nameless.
The human mind is a very complex machine, it takes a lot of time to remember a pattern or to develop a habit but when it comes to forgetting or to go in auto mode, it is faster than Usain Bolt! Similarly, humans are pretty good creatures when it comes to making a routine but… Continue reading Waiting at the Bus Stop