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Book Review: ‘A Long Season of Ashes’ by Siddhartha Gigoo

"A Long Season of Ashes" is a poignant and powerful memoir that delves into the experiences of Kashmiri Pandits during a period marked by violence and displacement.

Book Review: ‘Nemesis’ by Wilbur Smith and Tom Harper

In the intricate tapestry of the Courtney family saga, Wilbur Smith's latest historical fiction adventure, "Nemesis," unravels through the contrasting perspectives of two protagonists, Paul Courtney and Adam Courtney.

Book Review: ‘His Majesty’s Headhunters’ by Mmhonlumo Kikon

Kikon's book "His Majesty's Headhunters: The Siege of Kohima That Shaped World History" provides a comprehensive analysis of the Battle of Kohima, highlighting the political, cultural, and socioeconomic influences that shaped the region's turbulent past.

Book Review: ‘Why Bharat Matters’ by S. Jaishankar

Jaishankar’s latest book, “Why Bharat Matters,” offers a compelling exploration of India's evolving role in the global landscape.

Book Review: ‘Kashmir: Book 3 of The Partition Trilogy’ by Manreet...

"Kashmir: Book 3 of The Partition Trilogy" by Manreet Sodhi Someshwar marks the culmination of the Partition Trilogy, a compelling exploration of the tumultuous events surrounding India's Independence and the Partition.

Book Review: ‘The Assamese’ by Sangeeta Barooah Pisharoty

"The Assamese" by Sangeeta Barooah Pisharoty promises an in-depth exploration of one of India's oldest and most distinctive communities.