Do you know of Twitter? If yes, then you know Sidin.
And if you are also a reader, you will know he has written a few books and has pretty much mastered the genre of office humor & new ways of re- telling Indian history.
Bombay Fever is his new book,
“To fall in hell, or soar angelic, you’ll need a pinch of psychedelic.” - Humphrey F. Osmond, English Psychiatrist
A.K Asif’s debut novel Hell! No Saints in Paradise, fully justifies the above quote by the famous English Psychiatrist and inventor of the term, ‘psychedelic.’ Before I share my thoughts on the
In search of the sacred in Modern India - a tag line to the title holds so true about this book by acclaimed travel writer William Dalrymple. The writer moves across the length and breadth of India and crosses a bit over to Pakistan as he writes about his travel experience
It’s a mad world out there when it comes to God in a country that has crossed the billionaire mark. Countless heads and uncountable beliefs. Ravi Subramanian has knit a perfect convoluted mystery veiled perfectly in the name of God. It’s deep, riveting and captivating till you reach the end.