‘Debating the Post Condition in India’ is distilled wisdom of a lifetime of effort to understand east-west ideologies, which even though not always in harmony with each other should not be examined in isolation, but instead, studied in juxtaposition and context.
In the book, Roushan recalls his experiences as a journalist, an entrepreneur, and a combination of both. He, a ‘Congressi Hindu’ in his own terms, narrates how he transitioned from an apolitical guy to a libertarian one to an assertive Hindu.
The Purvapakshin Review Club invites applications to review Brahma’s Curse by Walter Slaje.
Ashay Naik’s book, “Natural Enmity – Reflections on the Niti and Rasa of the Pancatantra [Book 1]”, is a fascinating and scholarly commentary on perhaps the most famous of all animal-tale anthologies.
Sanjay Saraf reviews a biography of one of the world’s greatest kings.
A review of “Swift Horses Sharp swords: Medieval Battles Which Shook India”, a book about the bravery of Indian kings and warriors, which is often left out of our history textbooks.
मनीष श्रीवास्तव “श्रीमान” की पुस्तक “मैं मुन्ना हूँ” की समीक्षा।
Ramanjaneya Sharaph’s review of Uttarakanda, a retelling of the final chapter of the Ramayana by S. L. Bhyrappa.
Shrikant G. Talageri’s latest book “Genetics and the Aryan Debate: “Early Indians” Tony Joseph’s Latest Assault” is a comprehensive rebuttal to Tony Joseph’s book “Early Indians: The Story of Our…
Book: Skanda Purana translated by Bibek Debroy The Skanda Purana is a Tamasika purana and one of my favourite puranas as it contains many stories. Puranas are named thus as…