Dashavatar - by Piyusha Vir - best book on Vishnu's avtars

Book Review: Dashavatar – Stories of Lord Vishnu by Piyusha Vir

Dashavatar is a book about the ten stories of the 10 main avatars of Lord Vishnu and how each of them saved the earth from the rule of evil in their own way and what challenges they faced while doing so. The 10 avatars are Matsya (fish), Kurma (turtle), Varaha (boar), Narasimha, Vamana (dwarf man), Parashurama, Ram, Krishna, Buddha and Kalki. Each story defines the avatar for who they were and describes it from a fresh, unbiased point of view where you can truly see the merits and flaws of each character, so the true hero of the story is left for the reader’s imagination to decide.

Book Review: How to Write Short Stories like a Pro by Jyoti Arora

With attention spans getting shorter, readers prefer short story formats to keep them entertained. New-age writers are moving away from writing full-fledged novels and concentrating on creating short stories to keep their readers satiated. Writing a short story differs greatly from writing a novel. Jyoti Arora’s book, Writer’s Toolkit – How to write short stories like a Pro is a perfect ready reckoner for any author who wishes to ace the art of telling short stories. ‘How to Write Short Stories like a Pro’ is a complete writing course in a concise form. It does not just deliver writing lessons — it makes you write. If you follow its practice suggestions, you’ll have a beautiful short story ready before you finish reading the book.

Book Review: An Ode to the Self by Darshana Suresh

One often wonders what goes on in the minds of brilliant thinkers. Do they go through a process of transformation just like everyone else? If yes then what is that transformation like? Darshana Suresh’s book, An Ode to the Self is a compilation of the author’s introspective journey told through 26 essays. Darshana’s narrative style allows the reader to undertake an introspective journey while reading her experiences & thoughts in the book.

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Book Review: Five Petals by Chinmayee Gayatree Sahu

Almost every human being is a story-teller. During the days of yore, people gathered around the fire and exchanged stories, later dining tables replaced the fire and discussions became a reason to bond over interesting anecdotes. Recently, WhatsApp Groups have turned into a destination to exchange stories. In June 2020, popular Blogging Community, BlogChatter gave wings to the dreams of 63 authors through the BlogChatter Ebook carnival. Chinmayee Gayatree Sahu ‘s book, Five Petals was one of these gems.

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