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The Rise of Sivagami: Book 1 of Baahubali – Before the Beginning | First 2 Chapters | Views and Reviews

The Rise of Sivagami: Book 1 of Baahubali – Before the Beginning | First 2 Chapters | Views and Reviews

The commercial success of Baahubali: The Beginning is well known amongst movie lovers. It was praised for the special effects so much and is one of the highest grossing movies. It encouraged S. S. Rajamauli to go ahead and come up with the sequel of the movie. Also the famous question “Why Kattappa killed Baahubali?” got so much famous that it is quoted even in almost all major events. This lead S. S. Rajamauli think about making a franchisee of Baahubali. He also thought that it is not possible to have everything in terms of film(s). And he also thought ... Read More »

The Jeera Packer by Prashant Yadav | Book Reviews

The Jeera Packer by Prashant Yadav | Book Reviews

On one end we see people claiming that nowadays very few people are reading books; or in a sense reading is no more a favorite hobby of majority of people. At the same time we see rise of many new authors on regular intervals. As for Bollywood, everyday new aspiring talents are entering the world of Cinema prove their talent and become a star, new authors are entering the literary arena (of course at a smaller pace). Again like Bollywood, some of them becomes the bigger star and some becomes the misery. Book Title : The Jeera Packer Author : ... Read More »

The Sentimental Spy by Shri Krishna Shastri Devulapalli | Book Reviews

The Sentimental Spy by Shri Krishna Shastri Devulapalli | Book Reviews

As the title page says: “It’s a family-based-South-Indian-melodramatic-espionage-musical-revenge-saga starring Sonti Srinivasulu aka Agent SS 555 of the Indian Secret Service!” And the book truly delivers on this promise. Book Title : The Sentimental Spy Author(s) : Krishna Shastri Devulapalli Publishers : Juggernaut Books Published: (December 2016) # of Pages : 319 (EBook) What we liked best is that Indians are so often accused that we can’t take a joke on ourselves. This book flagrantly makes fun of everything we know to be excessive including the near worship like love that South Indians have for their film stars to the recent ... Read More »

Bhakti | Bharat Ek Khoj Hindi TV Serial On DVD | Personal Reviews

Bhakti | Bharat Ek Khoj Hindi TV Serial On DVD | Personal Reviews

Episode #21 Of Bharat Ek Khoj – Hindi TV Serial On DVD is titled as Bhakti. As the title suggests the episode is devoted to the rise of various ways of believing in and following the superpower (or the God). The episode rightly mentions Shankaracharrya (who is known by outer world as Adi Shankara) who lived in early 8th century CE. Shankaracharya Was good poet and social reformist (needless to say a philosopher and very intelligent fellow who is clean at heart and have genuine thoughts about the betterment of humanity). Pt. Nehru praise his qualities and mentions Shankaracharya have ... Read More »

The Test of My Life: From Cricket to Cancer and Back  by Yuvraj Singh | Book Reviews

The Test of My Life: From Cricket to Cancer and Back by Yuvraj Singh | Book Reviews

We did bought The Test of My Life: From Cricket to Cancer and Back a book written by ace cricketer from India – Yuvraj Singh, before many days. As we have completed it now let us share our unbiased views and reviews for the same with you all. Yuvraj Singh is known for many of his performances (in cricket) but best remembered for going full monty (hitting six sixes in an over); and of course being the player of the series for the second Cricket World Cup, India have won. He is inspirational figure for many for his cricketing skills ... Read More »

Harshvardhan | Bharat Ek Khoj Hindi TV Serial On DVD | Personal Reviews

Harshvardhan | Bharat Ek Khoj Hindi TV Serial On DVD | Personal Reviews

Episode #20 Of Bharat Ek Khoj – Hindi TV Serial On DVD – explores the tale of Harshvardhana aka Harsh/Harsha/Harshvardhan from Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru (the first Prime Minister of India)’s point of view. Harshvardhan ruled North India from 606 to 647 CE. The plot as it unfolds: The episode explores story of Harshvardhan who ruled the north of India after the Gupta dynasty. Harsh was actually not the heir to the throne. His elder brother was to be the king. But the circumstances fall in such way that Harsh lost his father, elder brother and brother-in-law (his sister’s husband) in ... Read More »