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How Raveena made Al Pacino buy Amish's book

Amish Tripathi?s ?Sita Warrior of Mithila? launched

After raising the expectations with its very powerful trailer, Amish Tripathi?s much awaited ? DNA, 47 minutes ago
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Alia Bhatt Coins This New Term For Baahubali 2's PHENOMENAL Success

Amish Tripathi, Alia Bhatt were seen at the launch of the trailer of Amish's book 'Sita'. Alia termed Baahubali 2 as ROCKBUSTER seeing its rock steady nature at box office. Must Watch!
 Bollywood Hungama1 week ago Alia Bhatt launches trailer of Amish Tripathi's upcoming book  Prokerala1 week ago

Why Amish Tripathi is obsessed with cream biscuits!

The best-selling author explains why he gains weight every time he writes a book. Ernest Hemingway, it is said, would always write standing, while Dan Brown is known to hang himself upside down to get over his writers' block. For Amish Tripathi, munching on cream biscuits does the trick. This, perhaps, is why he puts on weight every time he sits down to pen a new book. In an interview with PTI, the bestselling author of the Shiva trilogy reveals his writing rituals and how early mornings and ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Why Amish Tripathi puts on weight while writing  Business Standard2 months ago

The true source of terror, writes Amish Tripathi

Thirty per cent of terrorist attacks in India in the past 40 years can be attributed to the purveyors of Leftist ideologiest
 DNA1 month ago

Amish Tripathi opens up about the importance of 'Ramayana'

Two years after the success of 'Scion of Ikshvaku', the first book from the five-part Ram Chandra series, India's most bankable author promotes his next release, 'Sita - Warrior of Mithila'
 DNA1 month ago A sequel but not exactly a sequel: Amish Tripathi on Book 2 of Ram Chandra Series  Prokerala2 months ago

Our ancient culture the biggest ally to liberalism: Amish Tripathi

Westernisation of Indian education has resulted in the negligence of "the philosophies and the sciences" of our ancient culture, believes author Amish Tripathi.
 DNA2 months ago

Amish Tripathi announces new book in Ramachandra series

Popular writer Amish Tripathi has announced the release of the next book in his Ramachandra series.
 DNA2 months ago

The Times of India shared a link.

I think mythological fiction works like a masala movie: Amish Tripathi
 Current News India1 week ago

We need to bringg back our ancient culture, says Amish Tripathi

Author Amish Tripathi, who is all set to release his new book of Ram Chandra series, on Wednesday said that he believes that ancient India was more liberal as compared to modern times and we need to bring back that culture."I think there is a need of bringing ...
 Prokerala3 weeks ago We need to bring back our ancient culture, says Amish Tripathi  Daiji World3 weeks ago

Not just 'Adarsh Bhartiya Nari', Sita was a warrior: Amish Tripathi

He is the author of the fastest-selling book series in Indian publishing history -- "The Shiva Trilogy" -- and his last book, "Scion of Ikshvaku", was the biggest literary blockbuster of 2015, all of which have together sold over 3.5 million copies.Now, ...
 Prokerala2 months ago
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