Book Lovers

If you would rather spend all your time pouring down a book this interest is meant for you. If you think everything else is a waste of time you are at the right place. If you have a huge everyday-growing pile of unread books beside your bed then you do qualify as a book lover. If you are always living two lives at the same time - one your everyday mundane reality and the other the secret imaginary and more exciting world of the book you are reading then congratulations You indeed are what we were looking for.

Just join in and make this place rock as much as you rock. Welcome book lovers to this humble abode. Let's make this place a special corner in a harsh and unkind world!
Narasa.rao24
Narasa.rao24 commented on the discussion by priyanka sharma
on Dec 05, 2014 , 06:16 am
priyanka sharma - Has internet taken over books?
I was generally discussing this with all my friends the other day, thought this will be the perfect place to ask this question. I think with internet becoming such an important part of our lives, reading books has really taken a back seat. I was more »
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Himanshu Gaur
Himanshu Gaur commented on the video by Monika Rawal
on Oct 25, 2014 , 01:52 pm
Monika Rawal - Sita's Curse - Book Trailer
A feminist erotic novel by Sreemoyee Piu Kundu, Sita's Curse looks at the hypocrisy of Indian society & tells the compelling story of a middle-class Indian housewives urgent need for love, respect, acceptance - & sexual satisfaction. more »
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Janak Patel
Janak Patel commented on the blog by Kripa Shah
on Sep 30, 2014 , 11:01 am
Kripa Shah - Malguidi
This is by an old friend of mine, RK narayan. By the time you are through this collection of 32 short stories, not only will you have the demography of Malgudi imprinted in your mind but will have your life richer for having experienced the universal humanity of the characters inhabiting it. The stories are primarily from the two books - An Astrologer’s Day and Lawley Street. The New stories were written for American or European magazines in the late seventies-early eighties more »
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Janak Patel
Janak Patel reposted the blog by Kripa Shah
on Sep 30, 2014 , 11:01 am
Kripa Shah - Malguidi
This is by an old friend of mine, RK narayan. By the time you are through this collection of 32 short stories, not only will you have the demography of Malgudi imprinted in your mind but will have your life richer for having experienced the universal humanity of the characters inhabiting it. The stories are primarily from the two books - An Astrologer’s Day and Lawley Street. The New stories were written for American or European magazines in the late seventies-early eighties more »
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Rama  Nageshwara Rao
Rama Nageshwara Rao commented on the blog by Jia Sen
on Sep 02, 2014 , 10:52 am
Jia Sen - Top 10 books to read
Now this isn't easy to put down! How do you put down just 10 among all those unbelievably well written books and call them the TOP 10? It's not easy. So I guess I'm going to cheat a little and go according to the 10 best authors I've read and give you their best works. You will definitely thank me once you are through reading all of that. So here you go...   1. Love in the Time of Cholera & One Hundred Years of Solitude: Yes that's write. Top on the list sits proud Nobel Laureate more »
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Pallav Gupta
Pallav Gupta created the Poll
on Aug 22, 2014 , 05:32 am
Harry potter
Harry Potter…and the Child with Autism « Simply Me Therapy
2048: Harry Potter Through the Years Edition
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Kiran Kumar
Kiran Kumar and Arup Saha commented on the poll by Piyush Choudhary
on Jul 23, 2014 , 12:40 pm
Piyush Choudhary - Which novel is best novel of Chetan Bhagat?
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2 States: The Story of My Marriage - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Arup Saha
Arup Saha commented on the poll by Priyanka Sharma
on Jul 20, 2014 , 12:39 pm
Priyanka Sharma - Vote: Favourite Khushwant Singh book
Delhi: A Novel
Khushwantnama
Truth, Love &a Little Malice
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Arup Saha
Arup Saha commented on the blog by Kripa Parekh
on Jul 20, 2014 , 12:37 pm
Kripa Parekh - Top 10 inspiring books
Here's my list of the 10 most inspiring books written in the recent times. Why? Because we all need motivation that's why. There are much welcome ups and highly unwanted downs on the road that is life. And if we must get by and reach our destination in a sane state of mind then we need to stay well motivated. That is precisely why I am making this list. firstly for myself, as a future reference. And for all you people who need some help to get by.10. The Monk who Sold His Ferrari: Now simply more »
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Arup Saha
Arup Saha commented on the blog by Neetole Mitra
on Jul 20, 2014 , 12:37 pm
Neetole Mitra - The losers who like to call themselves writers!
I love to read Indian writers way better than writers from anywhere else in the world. Not because I think they are better at writing. No. Never. It's just that I relate to the much more than I relate to what Jane Austen is writing about or what Jack Kerouac has experienced in life. But give me an Amitabh Ghosh or a Vikram Seth and you have me hooked till the book is done with. Unfortunately, that doesn't hold true with all desi writers. In fact I won't call half of them writers more »
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Arup Saha
Arup Saha commented on the video by Jayanth Nani
on Jul 20, 2014 , 12:36 pm
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Arup Saha
Arup Saha and Satish Singh commented on the poll by Parvinder Kaur
on Jul 20, 2014 , 12:33 pm
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