It is rightly said by someone, “A little reading is all the therapy a person need sometimes”. And when it comes to romantic reading, these love stories entice us and do wonders. Indian literary persons have also given their share of some romantic novels that are absolutely not worth missing
In Fal Doram, also called as the great empire of Inkredia, a conspiracy begins to unfold. The first step is an easy one – kill a simple, villager named Luwan. When Luwan suddenly faces an enemy straight out of the folklore, he is left dumbfounded by the mystery why they are after him. As he makes a daring run to survive, journeying through the unknown world outside his village, new mysteries emerge, some closely concerning him.
Is it possible to love two people at the same time? Nafisa is dealing with beers, periods, heartbreak, and dating apps, when she meets her new uniquely average boyfriend. But is he the love of her life? Before Nafisa can figure that out, her life is turned upside down. Her mother Tamanna dies in an accident. In trying to come to terms with her loss, she finds solace in the company of a charming painter. Her life takes a retro turn, with diaries, handwritten letters, and music trying to heal her.
Suvarna Mohur traces India’s history from the time the first coins were minted about 2500 years ago. Our political and social landscape has changed significantly from century to century with each successive period enriching our ancient civilisation and making it a more diverse country than it ever has been.
I finished reading eBook copy of ‘Faith’s Eternal Sunshine’ a few days ago. This is one of the rare few books that made me into a pool of thoughts, emotions and confusion. Faith’s Eternal Sunshine by Ashish Gupta is a book that talks about the never ending discussion of faith and if God exists. There are many books that discuss this and many more that make very convincing arguments as to why or why not such an omnipresent, omnipotent entity exist.
Whether we are in a classroom or in the outside world, we are always forced to choose who we are. Always expected to walk towards a fixed goal. Never be uncertain, never fail or never alter our course. We are either artists or scientists or businessmen. We are being constantly reminded to embrace these identities with greater force. As they say, the more we remain folded in our fields, the better specialists we are.