Category: Book Review

The Sacred Sword by Hindol Sengupta

For someone who has little knowledge of the history of Sikhs or may be Khalsa in this case, this book was a revelation. A fictional piece with easy…

The Journey Home – Autobiography of Radhanath Swami

“Man cannot be enlightened by through any organization, creed, dogma, priest, or ritual, nor through any philosophic knowledge or psychological technique. He has to find it through understanding…

The Way of the Knife

The Way of The Knife is an account of USA’s secretive ways of warfare, particularly those by CIA after the 9-11 attacks. It sounds fiction, only that it’s…

Half Lion – How PVN Rao Transformed India

Half Lion is the story of our former Prime Minister, ruling through a Congress government while belonging to outside the family. Vinay Sitapati, in his unique writing style,…

The Great Hedge of India

A Lost Wonder of the World. This is a remarkable book of India’s colonial history. The British had created a 4000 km long hedge from West to East…

Take Me Home

Yet again, Rashmi Bansal has brought to us inspiring stories. Stories of change, of organizations being built, of people getting transformed through their hard work. Take Me Home…

Arthashastra – 2000 Year Old Treatise on Policy Making

Chanakya, aka Kautilya, is an unforgettable character in Indian history. Known for his strategic genius and warcraft, he authored Arthashastra around 2000 years ago. The book was originally written…