Review of “Lanka’s Princess”

Blurb:  Surpanakha, Ravan’s famous sister. Ugly and untamed, brutal and brazen—this is often how she is commonly perceived. One whose nose was sliced off by an angry Lakshman and the one who started a war. But was she really just a perpetrator of war? Or was she a victim? Was she ‘Lanka’s princess’? Or was she the reason behind its destruction? Surpanakha, which means the … Continue reading Review of “Lanka’s Princess”

Review of “Maharaja International” by Sundari Venkatraman

Blurb: Ritvik Bansal’s decision to father a surrogate child comes as a total shock to his family, more because he insists that he needs no wife. Two years down the line, Sia Rathod goes to work at Ritvik’s 5-star hotel Maharaja International as the salon manager at Cleopatra’s. They connect instantaneously as sparks fly. After spending time in each other’s company, they take their relationship to … Continue reading Review of “Maharaja International” by Sundari Venkatraman

Review of “The Sunset Club” by Khushwant Singh

Blurb:  This book is about three men – Sardar Boota Singh, Nawab Barkatullah Baig, and Pandit Preetam Sharma. They have been friends for more than forty years. They’re all octogenarians and are a part of the sunset club. Every evening, during sunset hours these men sit in the Lodhi Gardens, and indulge in conversations about a number of controversial topics. These topics range from religion … Continue reading Review of “The Sunset Club” by Khushwant Singh