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Rebel Queen by Michelle Moran

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When the British Empire sets its sights on India in the 1850s, it expects a quick and easy conquest. After all, India is not even a country, but a collection of kingdoms on the subcontinent.

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Fire Child : Recognizing the Opportunity for Renewal

“If you don’t see yourself in the culture, please put yourself there, because we need you.  We need to see the world from your eyes.” – Justin Simien… 589 more words

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Book review: Shattered dreams

Like every other Indian kid, I grew up hearing the Ramayana at my mom’s knee. Amma kept me interested (and obedient) at the dinner table and during bed time with little tales of Rama’s life. 393 more words

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Ramayana: The Game of Life by Shubha Vilas: Timeless Epic, Contemporary Interpretations!

I would like to open my review with author’s note in the book titled: Ramayana; The Game of Life by Shubha Vilas which starts with a question: have you ever wondered if the age old epics hold any immediate relevance to our lives? 918 more words


Book Review : Ramayana - Shattered Dreams

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Shattered Dreams is the sequel to the national bestseller, Rise of the Sun Prince, in the new spiritual and motivational series Ramayana – The Game of Life. 782 more words

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Ramayana - The Game of Life : Shattered Dreams - A Book Review

Mythological tales have been told and retold many times and through various media. Be it the television, radio, music or books, we get to hear about stories from the past from all around. 677 more words

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Book review: Shattered Dreams

Premise: Part II of VI Ramayana series.

Story : Post Ram-Sita’s marriage upto Ram’s departure on 14 year Exile.

Tweet version: Mythology buffs know this span includes Keikeyi’s royal tantrum, Manthara’s manipulative move, Dasaratha’s cave-in and Rama’s ‘slip-between-cup & lip’ brush with Ayodhya’s crown. 604 more words

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