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The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck is an NYT Bestseller. There is nothing more an author can ask for. Being a part of this list is your ticket to the world of select authors who can potentially live on their royalty income. You do not have to introduce yourself to people. The world […]

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First to The Top – Sir Edmund Hillary’s Amazing Everest Adventure is written by David Hill and illustrated by Phoebe Morris. In a few illustrated pages, this book tells you the story of Sir Edmund Hillary – one of the two persons who were the first to summit the Mount Everest. Written by a fellow […]

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Travel Gods Must be crazy are author Sudha Mahalingam’s part travelogue and part memoirs. I had the opportunity to travel with Sudha during one of the media trips. Remember, her telling a couple of stories mentioned in the book. I knew it then that she had a wealth of stories and anecdotes to share, given […]

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I picked up Ramcharitmanas By Goswami Tulsidas to read as part of my effort to read original Indian literature. We all know a million interpretations, commentaries, derivative work that has been published on the two epics of India – Ramayana, and Mahabharata. So, I started by reading the Raghuvamsam by Kalidasa. This was the next […]

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Hinduism and Nature intrigued me with its title. I stayed on in ‘unread’ shelf for over a year, next to my bed reading table for a few months. I think I assumed it to be a difficult book to read, so despite wanting to read, I kept postponing the reading. Last week, after I finished […]

The post Hinduism And Nature By Nanditha Krishna appeared first on Anu Reviews.

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This illustrated book on Kumbh Mela came to me as a gift a couple of years ago. I had all the intentions to read it, but as always, books are read when you are ready to read them. I picked it up to read before visiting Kumbh Mela but time permitted reading of only a […]

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Draupadi is the central character of Mahakavya Mahabharata. She is probably the strongest, most complex and most studied character after Krishna himself. No wonder so many authors, especially women authors have chosen to explore her character, and see the story of Mahabharata from her perspective. Draupadi The Tale of an Empress by Saiswaroopa Iyer is […]

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My Allahabad Story is the story of Allahabad as seen by the author. It is a small city with a really long history. It was a prominent pilgrimage center and the Tapobhumi of Bhardwaj Rishi in ancient times. In recent history, many prominent families came from this city to rule the country. During the colonial […]

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I grew up a bookworm, and I still read or listen to about a book a week. Like many of us, I grew up reading mystery books. In my rather unique world (a “township” in the Eastern part of India) the stories were from two distant lands separated by an ocean. Enid Blyton’s Five Find-Outers […]

The post Top International Mystery Books: Confessions of a Mystery Lover appeared first on Anu Reviews.

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The 5 AM Club by Robin Sharma wants to tell us – Own your Morning, Elevate your life. Now, most of us know that we end up doing a lot more if we get up early morning. Having said that it is something most of us miss every morning. That early morning sleep is not […]

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