There is no better time (than now) to begin reading classics in literature – read these books now!

I have always felt modern literature (anytime) should draw its inspiration from the legendary publications that became timeless. We still remember works by Thomas Hardy, Austen, Eliot, Thackeray and who can forget Shakespeare! They were the greats who produced amazing works of literature. However, in modern literature, we seldom get to witness a book that… Continue reading

Want to know Indian history? Confused about Indology and Indic studies? Read these authors

Indic history, Indology, the history of the native (by the native) and the other side of Indian history are coming to the fore. These subjects are not coming to the front suddenly. The rise of Indic history is a constant phenomenon, suppressed by various forces in different times. However, with the regime change in India… Continue reading

God, Existence, Truth, Reality & Similarities: non-fiction books you must read in August 2020

What is truth? What is lie? What is, then, a statement? Life is complicated and we understand that asking one question, at times, might lead to another… and so on. Nevertheless, in special hours, we also come across literature that can help us understand or at least further inquire into these eternal questions that intrigue… Continue reading