Chetan Bhagat and the Marketing Beast

Chetan Bhagat and The Marketing Beast

Reading Time: 4 minutes Since the beginning of the millennium, there hasn’t been an author in India as influential and polarizing as Chetan Bhagat. He has achieved almost everything that aspiring India dreams of a famed academic double – IIT + IIM, a million-dollar investment banking job with likes of Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank, and multiple best-selling titles …

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1984 By George Orwell – Book Review

Reading Time: 3 minutes “War is Peace” “Freedom is Slavery” “Ignorance is Strength” These are the words that send chills down your soul on several occasions while reading George Orwell’s magnum opus, “1984”. It is a book that will change you as a human being. It is a book you will never forget in your life. Introduction To begin …

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William Wordsworth and His Contribution to Romantic Poetry

Reading Time: 9 minutes Introduction to Romanticism of William Wordsworth History has seldom witnessed that a person who instigated a genre of any art form, and the same person went on to become the epitome of it. Take movies, for example. The first-ever movie was directed by a Frenchman named Louis Le Prince. However, instead of Prince, it is …

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The Idiot – Fyodor Dostoyevsky | Book Review

Reading Time: 4 minutes Fyodor Dostoyevsky wrote “The Idiot” in the late 19th Century, and it continues to be one of the best novels ever written in the world, across all languages and genres. Dostoyevsky, inarguably one of the greatest novelists ever, authored the book originally in Russian, in 1869. David Magarshack translated the book into English in the …

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Tales of Man Singh - Kenneth Anderson

Tales of Man Singh – Kenneth Anderson

Reading Time: 4 minutes “The Tales of Man Singh” is the book for you if you’re even remotely interested in the legendary dacoits of the Chambal Valley. Kenneth Anderson wonderfully takes the reader in the pre-independence era and the early years of independence. She creates a sketch of rural India the way it actually was, which wasn’t ideal, to …

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The Emperors Riddles - Satyarth Nayak

The Emperors Riddles – Satyarth Nayak

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Emperors Riddles is one of those books which will keep reminding you of Dan Brown’s “The Da Vinci Code”. It adds a breath of freshness and uniqueness in it, though. The story brings to life the colourful and holy streets of Varanasi and takes you to an unprecedented cultural journey. Satyarth Nayak successfully encapsulates …

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