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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....
The great war of Kurukshetra is over and only death is the victor. But there are a few survivors who have been defeated but not yet vanquished.
This is a re-look at the epic from their eyes
The grandsire Bheeshma who chose to renounce the throne, but remained bound to it.....
The King Dhritarashtra and his wife Gandhari, who chose to be blind to their son's actions....
The Charioteer Atiradha and his wife, Radha who were silent spectators to the tragedy of their son's life....
The Queen Mother Kunti whose shrewdness and strength kept her sons alive and united through all trials....
The Prime Minister, Vidura whose Dharma failed him in keeping peace inside his family....
The Fire born Draupadi, whose losses outweighed her gains....
The Yadu Princess, Subhadra who lost her only son....
Aswathama, fated to spend an eternity, shunned by all....
They look back at their lives, and through their eyes, we see the epic from the eyes of The Unvanquished
A picturesque village on the banks of the Krishna, is home to a temple and a mosque which share a wall.
The story centers on the peculiar friendship between Aziz and Appa.
Appa is the headman’s son, while Aziz’s is the son of the farm help. The duo are separated by class and religion but bound by belonging. Their friendship is legend. And so are the obstacles which fate throws at them.
Can a rich boy and his servant’s son be the best of friends in the worst of times?
Can a temple and a mosque share a wall?
Can Aziz and Appa’s friendship survive the turmoil that is about to start?
How much can they forgive before the tender bond of friendship snaps?
How many sacrifices can they make for each other?
With Aziz’s help will Appa woo the girl he is madly in love with?
Will he forgive her when he comes to know her secret?
Will the wall remain standing?
The story journeys through the worst of mankind, to unearth the best in men.
Hear, hear, hear…
In the magical world of VANHAER, the dark age of demons has passed, and the era of champions is at hand.
The hero of prophesy, RAGNAER, rises out from the ocean, and vows to deliver the land from the war threatening its peace.
But on his journey, Ragnaer learns that the Evil Dark Lord is merely a pawn in the grander scheme of things where the ruler of the underworld aims to conquer the Three Realms.
Over the course of The Godslayer Saga, Ragnaer battles medieval armies, faces off against Death and The Four Horsemen in modern day Earth, and kicks some serious butt in a futuristic hell.
And in the end….
Well, you’ll have to read the books to find out the ending!
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