THE MAHABHARATA ENDURES AS THE GREAT EPIC OF INDIA. But while Jaya is the story of the Pandavas, told from the perspective of the victors of Kurukshetra; Ajaya is the narrative of the ïunconquerable' Kauravas, who were decimated to the last man. At the heart of India's most powerful empire, a revolu..
The epic tale of victory and defeatƒ The story of the Ramayana had been told innumerable times. The enthralling story of Rama, the incarnation of God, who slew Ravana, the evil demon of darkness, is known to every Indian. And in the pages of history, as always, it is the version told by the victors,..
“I give my soul a shape on the anvil of lonely time.” This anthology is an experiment of thoughts that stretches itself from profound subjects of humanity like hunger, blindness, old age, abortion, love and compassion in simple words, while on the other hand travel inwards within all of us, where l..
I knew there was nothing poetic about death. I knew not that the most horrific battles are fought off the battlefield. Arjun: The idealist in a non-ideal world; the warrior whose deadliest opponent was his conscience. History forgot his voice, but misquoted his silence.My self-esteem originates from..
Johnny has paradoxical views on life, has a mysterious persona, and often wears eccentric masks. How do these views influence an ordinary boy towards an extraordinary business—A restaurant serving human meat? And yet this book is not about business. But about a boy's journey from adolescence to matu..
A young man traces his tumultuous journey through the wilderness of actions and motives of the people around him, only to realize that the choices he makes are his own, and so are their consequences...
“Thycadu cremation ground is on a hill.” What is so special about this cremation ground? It was said that nobody dared pass by that ground even during the day. What has Jaiker to do with this cremation ground? Will his series of questions to a Gosai be answered? If you have any questions related to..
In this cauldron of great illusion, with the sun as fire, day-night as fuel; using months and seasons as stirrer, Time is cooking all beings – that is the message. ~Yudhishthira, in the Mahabharata’s Vana-parva 313.118 The Mahabharatha never ceases to fascinate. By far the longest of the world’s epi..
When Rajaraja Chola ascended the
throne, the land of Tamils entered upon centuries of grandeur. He left behind a
stupendous legacy, which has not lost its sheen even after a thousand years.
During his regime, we see powerful productive forces at work, newly liberated
by the advances made in manu..