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I felt as if I have traveled so much in this book as the experiences are covered from across continents. Extremely interesting read and definitely informative based on personal experiences and observations. Having spent a few years in London, I was able to relate to the author's stance on so many issues.
Suman Chhabria Addepalli
Very nice book, as a parent, even though I am not an NRI, there were a lot of takeaways for me.:)
A very clever retelling and a lot fun to read too! It is not easy to adapt something like Mahabharat in context that is contemporary and yet still manage to retain the primary essence of the tale.
Great job! Capturing the essence of the epic with corporate life and told with humour
Meghana Joshi, Lakshmi Ramachandran
Selected for eBook publication by BGB
Written with a unique style and authority, drawing on the authors' own experiences. A delightful, useful, practical guide for Indian students abroad.
This one needs to be published ASAP!!!!!!!
Treat for the eyes....
'Where are your parents, Miss Turner?'
Corrine has heard the same question a million times, and she knows that the game is up. Abandoned by her father, Corrine and her brother have been on their own for the past many years, always on the road, searching for him. Each new place gives Corrine a chance to become a new person, never the same one as before, but in her attempts to find her father and get her family back, she has lost herself along the way.
Enter Tyler, the genial boy next door with quite a few secrets of his own, who makes her want to stay in one place and rediscover herself. But just when Corrine starts to open up, she finds herself back at square one: locked out and looking from the outside, unable to help a loved one. Will she break all the rules of the life she had chosen and stay? Or will she leave again, without saying goodbye?
Draupadi or Krishnaa as she was known and Karna or Vasusena as was his real name are one of the two most intriguing characters of the Mahabharata.
Legends and Folk tales have abounded of their secret passion for one another.
This story is one among the plethora of tales dealing with the forbidden love of these two great characters.
Book One, titled The Fire Does not Consume is written exclusively from Draupadi’s POV and it deals with her life as a Princess, a Bride, a Queen and finally as an Exile.
Through these pages, the reader gets an insight into the heart of the most enigmatic woman of her times.
Book Two titled The Sun Does Not Scorch is written from Karna POV dealing with his life as a charioteer’s son, a King, a warrior and finally as the elder brother of his most hated enemies.
Through these pages, the reader is shown the life of the tragic hero that was Karna.
And through their eyes, a glimpse of the world in which they lived, a world that is long gone, a world that was Aryavarta
The Pandavas have returned home after 13 years of exile. And they are demanding their stake in Hastinapur Inc. But the Kauravas, led by the haughty Duryodhana, aren’t ready to give them a penny. The battle lines are drawn, only this war is in the present-day Kurukshetra - the corporate boardroom.
As the Kauravas and the Pandavas don their sharpest suits, Krishna - the wily Consultant - strategies for peace. This is a humorous, modern take on the Mahabharata (with due apologies to Rishi Ved Vyas). An epic story retold for the MBA generation.
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