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Shiva Trilogy: Book Review

I saw someone reading what looked like a really interesting book in the clinics.  On further queries I found out that it was the first part of the series “Shiva Trilogy” by Amish.  I’ve always been fascinated by mythology.  Indian mythology is

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The Spell Of The Rising

TROY: 23rd September 1999……23:30 HOURS It was half an hour before midnight. The Dark Lord felt elation as he stood at the most powerful magical location on the Earth. Snape stood to his right, and Bella to his left. They

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My Musical Journey

Bhartahari, that eminent poet of the yore, once famously described any person who has no interest in music as a cow without a tail and horns. Unfortunately my grandfather thought otherwise. He felt that anyone listening to Pop Music was

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Musings Of A Hero

It was dawn in the forest – the chirping of the birds, the freshness in the air and the rapidly shrinking blanket of darkness were sure signs. In a flash, Harry was awake,alert and ready for any signs of danger.

Life is never black and white. It has shades of grey.
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The Rainbow of my Life

Shelley wrote , ““Our sweetest songs are those that tell of our saddest thoughts.” What is so special of sadness? Wonder why do we buy grief. We sing of our tragedy, write reams of requiems and spend packets of tissues