"The popular version of Sita from 'Ramayana' looks like a character from a '90s TV serial."
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Children are the best story tellers we have. Using their vivid imagination, which knows no boundaries, they come up with some of the best stories. These are the stories we remember for life. Be it a s...
Even with Bengaluru and Mumbai fast catching up, Delhi has managed to retain its position at the top of Amazon’s list of the most well read cities in the country, for the third time in a row this year...
In an interview with Dipin Damodharan, "literary popstar" Amish Tripathi, the author of the best-selling Shiva trilogy and the Scion of Ikshvaku speaks on several issues, ranging from the importance of gender equality and women in the Vedas to Lord Ram and atheism.
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Following an extended marketing campaign, the first book, Scion of Ikshvaku, of the new Ram Chandra series by author Amish Tripathi, was released on 22 June 2015. So, does the book live up to the hoopla? I got my pre-ordered copy from Amazon on 23 June, and was not disappointed. The book is a rollercoaster ride taking readers through the familiar tropes and themes of Indian mythology, but with new twists and turns provided by the author.
Jaipur: After writing extensively on Lord Shiva, bestselling author Amish Tripathi Friday revealed his next series of books will be on Lord Ram. The banker-turned-author made this announcement at the...