Samskara – U R Ananthamurthy

How much a book impresses or affects me depends, quite obviously, on when I happen to read the book in my journey as a reader and individual. There have been lesser books that I have picked when I was starting out, when my ideas were nascent, that have had a much larger impact than more... Continue Reading →

A Bad Character – Deepti Kapoor

It is funny, isn't it? After decades of passionately poring over words, words, and more words, written by men and women who took time from their lives to tell us stories, right when you think you've heard it all, along saunters another story that grabs you by your hair, yanks your head back, looks you in... Continue Reading →

Munnu – A Boy From Kashmir

Never have I approached a subject so warily as this. I can review the book and not talk about Kashmir but that is cowardly. Cowering behind literature when opining about Kashmir is the shortest route out of controversy. Before proceeding further I can safely say that Malik Sajad's work, as a personalized account of life in Kashmir, is impactful. This is... Continue Reading →

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