An excerpt from The Curse of Gandhari by Aditi Banerjee, in which we witness an interaction between Krishna and Gandhari.
In the book, Roushan recalls his experiences as a journalist, an entrepreneur, and a combination of both. He, a ‘Congressi Hindu’ in his own terms, narrates how he transitioned from an apolitical guy to a libertarian one to an assertive Hindu.
Ashay Naik’s book, “Natural Enmity – Reflections on the Niti and Rasa of the Pancatantra [Book 1]”, is a fascinating and scholarly commentary on perhaps the most famous of all animal-tale anthologies.
Blue Vanquisher, book two of the Krishn Trilogy, is a must-read for all who wish to update their knowledge of Indian puranic history, and for those who are interested in Indian culture and the forces that shape it.
The Eighth Avatar, the first book of Krishn Trilogy is a must read for all interested in exploring the life and tales of Lord Krishna.
Sai Swaroopa Iyer and Indic Academy invite you the the book launch of Unsung Valour.
Unsung Valour: Forgotten Warriors of the Kurukshetra War is an attempt by ten writers to bring forth those forgotten warriors of the Mahabharata. Reimagined with passion and devotion, each story brings you a new perspective of the epic as each warrior gears up for his big day on the battlefield.
Vijay Manohar Tiwari writes about Nilesh Oak’s Talk about ‘Antiquity of Indian Civilisation’ organized by Indica Bhopal and Madhya Pradesh Young Thinkers Forum.
Suresh Narasimha reviews ‘Avasana’ by Sahana Vijaykumar.
Indica New Delhi, in association with Quill and Canvas, is organizing launch of the thought provoking ‘Swami Vivekananda: Hinduism and India’s Road to Modernity’ and a talk by the author Makaranad R. Paranjape on 31st January, 2020.