To read or to watch?

For last 3 nights I have been glued to Star Movies Select channel at it's 9pm show with some great movies on air with technical, critical and/or popular acclaim. The first one was The King's Speech made in 2010 and was recommended by a friend. The film is about the stammer problem faced by King... Continue Reading →

Story of India

I have read all of Amish Tripathi's books and have heard him speak couple of times. So when he announced the release of his new non-fiction book Immortal India, I was very excited as I am fascinated by Indology. But I have figured that I am a tsunduko, my to-be-read list is always longer than... Continue Reading →

Origin by Dan Brown

The latest by Dan Brown in his Robert Langdon series Origin has been long time in coming from the time the publishers announced the pre-booking in January. This book like all others in the series follow the similar pattern - Robert Langdon finds himself in a tight place being almost accused of a murder and... Continue Reading →

Of Reading

I am a firm believer of Francis Bacon's analysis on Studies : "Some books should be tasted, some devoured, but only a few should be chewed and digested thoroughly." I read almost everything under the sky - fiction, non-fiction, I have dipped my feet in Indology, I have dabbled with biographies and autobiographies as well... Continue Reading →

Guha decodes Gandhi

To many of us common man, whatever we know about Gandhi comes from what we read in school or what we saw in Richard Attenborough's film on Gandhi. And we leave it to historians and scholars to weave their way through the realms of biographies and writings on and by Gandhi, and present us with... Continue Reading →

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