Category: Literature & Books

  • Is AI Rewiring How We Write? Top 7 Things to Know

    Is AI Rewiring How We Write? Top 7 Things to Know

    Writers are getting a big punch due the onset of Artificial Intelligence. After the rollout of ChatGPT and other LLM-based engines, there is no deartth of platforms that are offering users to create fresh content. But today’s discussion is about the overall sentiment around the use of AI in writing. Recently in a survey conducted […]

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  • Exploring Anuja Chauhan’s Novel: “The House That BJ Built”

    By: Gyan Shankar In the realm of contemporary Indian literature, few authors have managed to captivate readers with their wit, humor, and storytelling prowess as effectively as Anuja Chauhan. One of her standout works, “The House That BJ Built,” is a literary masterpiece that has left an indelible mark on readers worldwide. In this comprehensive […]

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  • A Multifaceted Epic – “A Suitable Boy” by Vikram Seth

    By: Gyan Shankar Vikram Seth’s magnum opus, “A Suitable Boy,” stands as a testament to the grandeur of Indian literature. Published in 1993, this sprawling novel weaves an intricate tapestry of characters, cultures, and emotions set against the backdrop of post-independence India. It’s an exploration of family, tradition, societal norms, and love in a rapidly […]

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  • Cultural Influence and Symbolism in George Orwell’s ‘1984’

    Cultural Influence and Symbolism in George Orwell’s ‘1984’

    By: Gyan Shankar In the annals of literary history, few works have left an indelible mark on the collective consciousness quite like George Orwell’s ‘1984’. A masterpiece of dystopian fiction, this novel transcends its narrative boundaries to become a mirror reflecting the fears, ideologies, and cultural shifts of societies across time. Through its intricate web […]

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  • REVENGE THEORY – a fast read with layered characters and an engaging plot

    REVENGE THEORY – a fast read with layered characters and an engaging plot

    By: Linda S. Gunther Onkar Sharma’s debut novel, REVENGE THEORY, offers readers a tale that centers around a smart young woman living in a small village in India who has a vision for a successful business. With focus and fortitude, she builds a superior food (“fruit jam”) brand that becomes well-known far and wide. When […]

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  • 5 Indian Mystery Novels You Can’t Afford to Miss

    5 Indian Mystery Novels You Can’t Afford to Miss

    In recent years, Indian mystery novels have captured the imagination of readers worldwide. These books offer a captivating blend of suspense, intrigue, and cultural richness that keeps readers hooked from start to finish. With an ever-growing pool of talented writers and an increasing demand for diverse narratives, Indian mystery novels have become a force to […]

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  • Revenge Theory: An Intriguing Tale of Love, Resilience, and Vengeance

    Revenge Theory: An Intriguing Tale of Love, Resilience, and Vengeance

    By Gyan Muse Team “Revenge Theory” by Onkar Sharma is a captivating debut novel that takes readers on an electrifying journey of love, resilience, and vengeance. In particular, Shyama Devi’s resolute declaration at the end of the opening chapter, “I vow to throw these tears of lust back at you but with a difference,” sets […]

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  • Poem: A Hilarious Cry for Permanence

    Poem: A Hilarious Cry for Permanence

    By: Pankaj Sharma In Delhi’s belly, Yamuna did twist and shout,A river’s wild tale, with drama all about,When the rains crashed down, making a splash,Yamuna roared, ready for a water dance bash! She filled her belly, no diet in sight,Laughing and splashing, causing quite a fright,The embankment’s folks had to flee in a rush,Their homes […]

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