English literature

Review of Dr. Kiriti Sengupta’s book “Reflection on Salvation” by Dr. Mallika Tripathi

Posted on: 22nd Oct, 2016

Reflection on Salvation is a wisdom book, a small bundle of immortal knowledge that provides us the glimpses of the author’s outlook on the holy scripture of the Hindus.  It is astonishing to witness the pearls of wisdom in such a tiny pack where the author surprises the readers with practical knowledge on spirituality and […]

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Interview of Meghdoot Karnik, Author of “Dronacharya at the Workplace”

Posted on: 25th Apr, 2016

It is said that wise men perfect their studies with experience in real life. It is true about Meghdoot Karnik, founder and CEO of Carpe Diem Training Solutions, who recently debuted as author. His first book Dronacharya at the Workplace is a collection of short stories which draw upon particular incidents in the lives of […]

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Interview of Sakshi Salve, Author of “The Big Indian Wedding”

Posted on: 3rd Apr, 2016

Sakshi Salve, a born humorist from New Delhi, is a versatile personality. She wears several different garbs at the same time. She is a budding novelist, photographer, chef, avid reader and entertainer. A business management graduate from the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom, Sakshi had a stint at a fashion house of international […]

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Review of Kiriti Sengupta’s ‘The Earthen Flute’ by Dustin Pickering, Editor-in-chief of Harbinger Asylum

Posted on: 13th Feb, 2016

“The collection peruses the theme of the civilization’s blessings, as well as themes of spirit, resurrection, jubilation, and redemption. Most complex and elegant collection of Sengupta I read,” says Dustin Pickering while he reviews Dr. Kiriti Sengupta’s “The Earthen Flute.”      In this small volume of delightful verses, Dr. Kiriti Sengupta speaks again of the […]

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Interview of Writer Sourabh Mukherjee, Author of “In the Shadows of Death”

Posted on: 2nd Feb, 2016

From an electronics and telecommunication engineer to a romantic story teller to a crime fiction writer; the journey of author Sourabh Mukherjee knows no stop. In the Shadows of Death is the latest from his literary repertoire which also includes a collection of romantic stories. He is also a speaker and writer for several publications […]

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Interview of J.S. Mishra, Author of “Shayaree-e-Zindagee – Poetry for Life”

Posted on: 29th Oct, 2015

The recent launch of a collection of Urdu poems translated in English is a matter of joy for poetry lovers. Titled Shayaree-e-Zindagee – Poetry for Life, it has more than 500 couplets of eminent Urdu poets, both in Hindi and English, curated and translated by J.S. Mishra. Mr. Mishra curated couplets from such maestros as […]

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Interview: Akshat Agarwal, Author of “Indian Innovators”, Stories of Innovation in India

Posted on: 1st Oct, 2015

Light needs a medium to be seen. Sound needs a medium to be heard. Thoughts need a medium to be expressed. Likewise some stories of innovation, excellence, perseverance and determination need a medium to get read by hundreds of thousands. The book “Indian Innovators” by Akshat Agarwal has brought to light some stories of inspiration […]

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Interview of Author Kiriti Sengupta

Posted on: 8th Jun, 2015

“If there is a will, there is a way.” The maxim is true about Kiriti Sengupta, who is an established dentist on one hand and a bestselling author on the other. He has an equal grip on both Bengali and English. A linguistically sensitive person, Kiriti Sengupta is a bilingual poet and translator. The author […]

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Interview of Shweta Brijpuria, author of Dark White

Posted on: 2nd Mar, 2015

Life is all about uncertainty. No course of life can be predicted. The most impossible may happen at any time. Even the things to achieve easily can go beyond reach. Where does a fight with the stars, inner fears and fate lead to? Shweta Brijpuria’s Dark White is all about that. An honors graduate in […]

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Interview of Amrita Chowdhury author of Breach & Faking It

Posted on: 9th Feb, 2015

Amrita Chowdhury is a known name in Indian English Literature. The author of Faking It, an art crime thriller, is on cloud nine over her latest novel BREACH. Her stories are an interface between fiction and nonfiction, revealing the secret slices of life, which we fall prey to due to our lack of awareness. Breach […]

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