In the contemporary world where Indian Authors are entirely inclined towards same plot defining conspiracies, hate, and senseless drama; Rafaa Dalvi introduced 20 refreshing bifurcations of Genre Fiction in a brilliant compilation Published by Half Baked Beans.
The first attempt to read one of the books on Genre – Motivation; leaving me spellbound and intrigued. No matter how much we have read or in the process; the thirst to read could quench a lot of desires in parallel while uncomplicating a variety of insights, perceptions, and routes. The same I felt with this written saga of 142 pages (approximately). Link to the purchase! – http://fkrt.it/svKVsuuuuN Continue reading
A book which will engross you in thinking amidst yet beyond the boundaries of emotions withering as well as recollecting at the same time. The character specification and individualization compels the thought of life stream and differences in living to be seen in varied parts of the world. Continue reading
Who on earth can stay apart from the world of Hogwarts which has inflicted and created a reflection the entire childhood considering a person of my age?
Well, the very thought of having it in the collection thrilled my senses during the announcement of another Part. Just when you think an end of the era, suddenly extending a shimmery postpone only to be blemished later.
‘My Gita’ is equivalent to disclosure. A clarification that emphasis on the philosophy more than tagging as a historic one. If studied *The Bhagavad Gita* ever, one can find Illustrations, wince but remembering it is his take. Having slight knowledge about the actual book can also be a valid reason to pick this one up for gulping the much broader perspectives, Ongoing era, and the mold of philosophy regarding the entire saga while encircling Hinduism.