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The Honest Season – Kota Neelima

Review by: Tapan Mozumdar I finished reading ‘The Honest Season’ by Kota Neelima in about 7 hours spread over 3 days. The book has 24 chapters, a prologue, and an epilogue. Considering the volume, this is probably one of th...
by అతిథి
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The Best American Mystery Stories – 2015

During my medical college days in Guntur, my reading would often include mystery stories, usually in small paperback anthologies, rented for about 25 paise a week from the Kumar Book Stall in Arundelpet. Many of them had the na...
by Jampala Chowdary
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God Talks with Arjuna – Vols 1 & 2

Written by: Raghavendra Bethamcharla ********** God Talks with Arjuna – Vols 1 & 2 By Paramahamsa Yogananda An introduction by a Sadhaka. An autobiography of a Yogi might be the best known and widely known work of Yogana...
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Terachiraju- A Disquiet Nocturne

Article written by: Santwana Chimalamarri ********* On one of these cold winter evenings, I finished reading Terachiraju by Sri. Viswanatha Satyanarayana. The febrile reading fit of two days has ended. But the spell refused to ...
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In Abbas’s Ghar

Written by: Ahmer Nadeem Anwer (This is an article on K.A.Abbas, written by his grandson. We thank him for giving us permissions to republish the article on pustakam.net. This is a slightly modified version of the original arti...
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A Journey in Ananda             

Review by: C.S.Rao To write about the book, A Journey in Ananda, is to write about the personality of its author, Dr. Surya Prakash Vinjamuri, because it is an honest and truthful document of his noble thoughts and feelings; a...
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G V Krishnarao’s Chaitraradham and Udabinduvulu

Article by: GRK Murty Dr. G V Krishnarao (1914-1979) published two anthologies of short stories in Telugu: Chaitraradham with seven stories and Udabinduvulu with five stories. All the stories in Chaitraradham were written duri...
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Samudrapu Dibba

Article by: Halley ********* I first read this novel about an year ago. From then on, if somebody asks me what my favourite novel is i can’t help but think of this one. If you are asked to list out a few dystopian novels,...
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Thanks for everything, Marquez!

The news is everywhere, now. So are the tributes and eulogies. Somebody who had lived to tell the tales, doesn’t die. D. knows that better. Pull her aside and ask about her job, she would crib and cringe like most of thes...
by Purnima
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