Sutradhar by Ratul Chakraborty: A collection of stories from historical fantasy to cosmic horror set across the arc of Indian history
Sutradhar by Ratul Chakraborty is a collection of stories set across the arc of Indian history.
Modi Mandate 2019: How psephologist Pradeep Bhandari covered 400 constituencies to know what Indian voter thinks
Psephologist Pradeep Bhandari has turned author with his debut book 'Modi Mandate 2019: Dispatches from Ground Zero" which he penned after travelling to as many as 400 out of 543 Lok Sabha constituencies.
Saffron Swords by Manoshi Rawal: Attempt to bring to light the brave saga of resistance by Indic warriors to foreign invasions
Saffron Swords is a commendable effort by an individual who came across all this information painstakingly in her own travels and research.
"Predators and prey" by Abhinav Agarwal is a fast-paced, nail-biting thriller that keeps you glued to the end.
‘Predators and Prey’. Mounted on a big canvas, Abhinav Agarwal’s book is a fast-paced thriller ready for a movie script
The novel 'Predators and Prey’ by author Abhinav Agarwal works at many levels.
The attack on Hinduism has uncanny resemblance to Christian annihilation of Paganism – A review of ‘The Darkening Age’
The current attack on Hinduism has uncanny resemblance to Christian Annihilation of Paganism
‘J&K Invisible Faultlines’- a book that attempts to correct the skewed narrative on Jammu and Kashmir
A Review of the book ‘J&K Invisible Faultlines’ -Edited by Sandhya Jain, published by Pentagon Press
Saffron Swords – a book that exposes the lie peddled by Marxist historians that Hindus didn’t have courage
Stories of wars between Hindu warriors and invaders were subverted earlier. A new book re-tells these stories in an Indic way.
Shivam Chaudhary’s ‘Why To Vote For Rahul Gandhi?’ gives an insight into the contribution of the Congress President
The author carried our research on the work carried out by Rahul Gandhi to help make readers make an informed decision
The revisionism of India’s history books has gained ground in recent decades. Among many such soldiers of truth is Francois Gautier, a foreign French journalist who loved India so much that he stayed put in this country since 1971.