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Chanakya’s Chant by Ashwin Sanghi

Synopsis: The year is 340 BC. A hunted, haunted Brahmin youth vows revenge for the gruesome murder of his beloved father. Cold, cunning, calculating, cruel and armed with a complete absence of accepted morals, he becomes the most powerful political strategist in Bharat and succeeds in uniting a ragged country against the invasion of the army of that demigod, Alexander the Great. Pitting the weak edges of both forces against each other, he pulls off a wicked and astonishing victory and succeeds in installing Chandragupta on the throne of the

It’s Monday :)

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading is hosted by Sheila from Book Journey. This is where we share what we read this past week, what we hope to read this week…. and anything in between! D This is a great way to plan out your reading week and see what others are currently reading as well… you never know where that next “must read” book will come from! (copied verbatim from Sheila’s site) Today I want to share with you the book that has me very excited. I did not

I am Papa by Pranav Bhattacharya

I am Papa by Pranav Bhattacharya Synopsis: Sometimes, life presents you with a problem so huge,that you are forced to ask : “Where do I start?” Prof. Arya came back home to enjoy a quiet, retired life.One fine day, his son disappeared, without a trace.All he left behind was a note addressed to Papa. What would you do if this happened to you?Would you know where and how to start looking for him? Would you be scared stiff and just freeze? Would you stick to the notions of morality, legality

Mahasweta by Sudha Murthy

Sudha Murthy’s books are easy reads, available and are based on the real Indian women and their struggles. All or most of her books have heroines from Karnataka and the freshness and simplicity of her writing doesn’t let you give up on her books. And still I never really did pick up her books. Why? you may ask and I would say what can a techie, wife of the most celebrated and famous industrialist and founder of Infosys, could possibly write – I judged her books without reading it –

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