Einstein Ka Ankaha Siddhant by SS Raw- A Review

Imagine a conversation between the legendary Stephen Hawking and the ex CIA director John Brennan and Albert Einstein. Now imagine Brennan's surprise when he finds out there is an agency that's even more secretive than the CIA and he is caught unaware. This is how SS Raw's '๐‘ฌ๐’Š๐’๐’”๐’•๐’†๐’Š๐’ ๐‘ฒ๐’‚ ๐‘จ๐’๐’Œ๐’‚๐’‰๐’‚ ๐‘บ๐’Š๐’…๐’…๐’‰๐’‚๐’๐’•' begins. "เคฎเฅˆเค‚ เคฏเฅเคฆเฅเคงเฅ‹เค‚ เค•เฅ‡ … Continue reading Einstein Ka Ankaha Siddhant by SS Raw- A Review

Everything Started As Nothing By Bhaskar Majumdar- A Review!

I will be honest. I had no idea about entrepreneurship and how exactly does one start a startup and what all it takes. I used to think it took a lot of capital, a space, an idea and maybe some contacts but this book made me realise that it's not just that. It takes a … Continue reading Everything Started As Nothing By Bhaskar Majumdar- A Review!

A Delhi Obsession by M.G. Vassanji- A Review!

There are times when a book leaves you spellbound because the story was so beautifully conceived and woven that it binds you to itself. There are other times when a book sides with facts, comments on the issue that are important, especially political in nature, other times when the characters are so well written and … Continue reading A Delhi Obsession by M.G. Vassanji- A Review!

Book Feature- Lost Love Late Love by Namrata Gupta

Trigger Warning: This book talks about abuse. Blurb:Kashika takes her first step into a hard corporate life, while being in an emotionally abusive relationship with Vivaan, which has taken a heavy toll on her lifestyle, but is unable to let go. As the circumstances turn sour with physical abuse making a way into their relationship, … Continue reading Book Feature- Lost Love Late Love by Namrata Gupta

Independent Bookstores In Delhi That Should Be On Every Bibliophile’s Radar!

It might be the time of Kindles and Tablets but nothing beats the joy of holding a book in your hands, the smell of the pages, the blurb, and standing in a store and trying to get through the introduction to get a fair idea about what the book is all about. Oh, come on! Don't be so dramatic we have all done it. Bookstores are a blessing and when you live in the capital city you obviously have a lot of choices. Delhi spoils you with choices and you might not have the time to visit all the bookstores on your radar and that's where this guide comes into picture. Listed here are 6 bookstores in Delhi that you can not miss out at any cost!

The Punished: Stories Of Death-Row Prisoners In India by Jahnavi Misra- A Review

Imagine you are in the prison for a crime you didn't commit, the police doesn't find anything against you but you're still not granted bail. What? You don't have to imagine it because it's actually happening to Munawar Faruqui? I see! Well, something similar or much worse has happened to so many and this book … Continue reading The Punished: Stories Of Death-Row Prisoners In India by Jahnavi Misra- A Review

The Free Voice By Ravish Kumar- A Review!

Have you ever felt fear just by the mere thought of talking about something? Have you ever been scared to read something? Have you felt that maybe talking about a book can be troublesome for you and can show your political standing (which just by the way if it doesn't support the majority 'idiotic' viewpoint) … Continue reading The Free Voice By Ravish Kumar- A Review!

An Introduction To Diaspora Literature And Authors!

"Sometimes we feel we straddle two cultures; at other times, that we fall between two stalls." - Salman Rushdie It was a 9 A.M. lecture by Mrs. Chandra Chatterjee (one of the seniormost professors at my college back in 2016) and we were to discuss V.S Naipaul's essay, 'East Indian' when ma'am used the term … Continue reading An Introduction To Diaspora Literature And Authors!