Dharma by Amish and Bhavna Roy

Thank you Indic Book club for this intense read. I have been a fan of Amish since the immortals of Meluha.This book is a discussion amongst a family of four about what Dharma is. It was unexpectedly interesting with reference to epics. It is neither a boring lecture on spirituality nor a motivational book on …

The Blue waterfall by C J Bralt

The Blue Waterfall by C J Bralt is an emotionally difficult read that goes into the cycle of abuse in a person's life.At First I was irritated by the narrative as to why one endures so much abuse in so many forms and still goes back for more, excusing the behaviour and not seeking help. …

Sanskrit Non-Translatables : The Importance of Sanskritizing English by Rajiv Malhotra, Satyanarayana Dasa Babaji

Many times a phrase is heard “What’s the use of this language in today’s modern world, It’s a dead language” This applies not only to 1 language but so many languages across the world. But how does a language die. It is when its inheritors stop taking pride in their spoken word or rather mother …