Let Bhutto Eat Grass: Book Review

Yayyyy....My first spy thriller!!! Book Blurb: A Pakistani spy may be stealing nuclear weapons technology from Europe. Captain Sablok was a sapper in the Indian Army until he was injured during a covert mission in 1971. Desk-bound and working as an intelligence analyst for R&AW, after two years of filing meaningless reports he may just…Read more Let Bhutto Eat Grass: Book Review

by Shaunak Agarkhedkar

To Download "Let Bhutto Eat Grass" It is not very often that you come across a book you strongly wish to talk about. I am no critic to review anyway, just a normal book lover like most of you who would read this. So, for those book lovers, I loved reading “Let Bhutto Eat Grass”.…Read more by Shaunak Agarkhedkar

Scion Of Ikshvaku by Amish Tripathi

Ramayana is a revered scripture of the Hindus worldwide. Various versions exist, depending on who wrote it and when. Tulsidasji’s Ramcharitramanas is also different from Valmiki Ramayana. Modern authors have given their own twist to this great story of Lord Ram and Lady Sita. Amish’s book “Scion Of kshvaku” is based on this great hindu…Read more Scion Of Ikshvaku by Amish Tripathi

Collider : the search for the world’s smallest particles

  "To confirm the existence of the God's particle" has been the motto for physicists over the century. Prof Paul Halpern vividly tells the readers about the history to understand the building blocks of the matter. This book is not exactly a primer on the particle physics. However, it does present some technical aspects, physics…Read more Collider : the search for the world’s smallest particles

Myth = Mithya by Devdutt Patnaik

When I read Devdutt Patnaik first time through “Shiva to Shankara”, I was completely blown over by his interpretation and understanding of the Hindu culture. I understood that as the ancient people, what we follow is not a religion but is a “Way of Life”. No wonder, immediately after that what I got on my…Read more Myth = Mithya by Devdutt Patnaik

Kundalini – Aghora 2

  After finishing the first book of the series, Aghora at the left hand of the god, my impatience to read the next one in the series was palpable enough to be noticed by my good friend. He let me borrow that and the next one week flew watching the world through the mystic eyes…Read more Kundalini – Aghora 2