Loyal Stalkers by Chhimi Tenduf-La Book Review
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Loyal Stalkers by Chhimi Tenduf-La Book Review

A famous British journalist once said  – “There is a fine line between Stalking and Serendipity.” Very true! ‘Stalking’ is intense, insane, & potentially harmful. But this book written by Sri Lankan author Chhimi Tenduf-la isn’t a bit dangerous. Rather, it is a bunch of 15 stories which are different in their spirits but connected by characters. … Continue reading

‘The Personal ROI Reverse Order Inquiry’ by BK Jayasimha Book Review
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‘The Personal ROI Reverse Order Inquiry’ by BK Jayasimha Book Review

Well, self-help books isn’t really a favorite genre of many when we talk about reading books. With no offense to anyone, in particular, most mango people are fiction lovers. Especially the younger generation, they simply hate lectures! For older ones, reading self-help books are a sign of a problem or a mental disease. But it … Continue reading

The Story of a Suicide by Sriram Ayer – Book Review
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The Story of a Suicide by Sriram Ayer – Book Review

uicide  Definition as in Merriam-Webster Dictionary noun sui·cide ˈsü-ə-ˌsīd Popularity: Top 20% of words 1. The act of killing yourself because you do not want to continue living. 2. A person who commits suicide. 3. An action that ruins or destroys your career, social position, etc. The fact of the matter is, ‘Suicide’ is the leading … Continue reading

Laughingly Yours by Vinita Govind
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Laughingly Yours by Vinita Govind

You know why I love reading is because each book, good or bad,  tend to leave a mark on your life. Though most books that I read are of ‘Fiction’ genre still I feel somehow the incidences and the plot of stories are not complete fiction. Perhaps they are inspired by real-life incidents that are continuously happening around … Continue reading

Book Review – Anamika by Soorina Desai
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Book Review – Anamika by Soorina Desai

Well, this book had been on my bookshelf for long before I grabbed it out for reading. Some or the other commitments kept me occupied and reading about ‘the Nameless one’ (Anamika) kept on getting delayed. So, yes I’m guilty as charged!!  But once I started to read through the pages I kind of developed literally … Continue reading

Book Review – Eighteen The End of Innocence by Sudham
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Book Review – Eighteen The End of Innocence by Sudham

Doesn’t the book title reminds you of the famous Bryan Adam’s song –  Eighteen ’til I Die..? Sure it does to me. I wanna be young the rest of my life Never say no, try anything twice Till the angels come and ask me to fly I’m gonna be 18 til I die.. Well though … Continue reading

Book Review – Amma, tell me about Hanuman’s Adventures in Lanka by Bhakti Mathur
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Book Review – Amma, tell me about Hanuman’s Adventures in Lanka by Bhakti Mathur

Being a mother of a little munchkin, I am a newbie when it comes to story telling. As one of the firsts of the story books, I got for my son is Amma, tell me about Hanuman’s Adventures in Lanka by renowned author Bhakti Mathur. Many parents do not feel the necessity of doing a … Continue reading

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Book Review – “Shayaree-e-Zindagee (Poetry for Life)” by J.S. Mishra

Reviewing a book on poetry was one thing that I had never thought myself capable of until I happened to get hold of this book Shayaree-e-Zindagee. Read on.. Book Title – Shayaree-e-Zindagee – Poetry for Life Authors – J.S. Mishra Genre – Poetry Publisher – Bloomsbury Publishing India Published in – September 2015 Pages – … Continue reading

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Book Review – Panther by Chhimi Tenduf-La

Honestly, after reading ‘The Amazing Racist’, the first novel written by author, Chhimi Tenduf-La, I was expecting another novel with a humor filled take on life. On my shelf comes a novel with a lot of novelty in the sense of story and the way of story telling. Book Title – Panther Authors – Chhimi Tenduf-La … Continue reading

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Book Review – “Capturing Wildlife Moments in India” by Ashok Mahindra

Photography is fast becoming an infectious hobby for many. But wild life photography is still waiting for its share of popularity. A plausible reason for this might be the amount of effort that has to be put in clicking a single photograph. Here the models are quite different as compared to human beings and have … Continue reading