11 mins ago in Entertainment . New Delhi - Amish Tripathi's Shiva trilogy of books has been released in multiple Indian languages, including Hindi, Telugu and Tamil, by publisher Westland Books. The trilogy has sold over 2 million copies ... Digital Journal, 1 month ago
Now Amishs Shiva trilogy in different languages - Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
Shiva trilogy released in different Indian languages - Prokerala, 1 month ago
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By Mini Kapoor "My competition is apps like Candy Crush or WhatsApp," says Chetan Bhagat. "I don't see other writers as my competition at all. I want a share of people's minds. I have to wean them off YouTube, movies and apps. I have to make ...Yahoo! India, 1 hour ago
On the occasion of the first anniversary of the well known series Kitaabnaama: Books and Beyond, Oxford Bookstore and Doordarshan celebrated its success by holding a panel discussion on 29 August. Jawhar Sircar (CEO, PrasarBharati) and Namita ...Millennium Post, 1 day ago India's only multilingual book show 'Kitaabnama: Books and Beyond' to complete 50 episodes Siasat Daily, 4 days ago
'Kitaabein Karti Hain Baatein...' Penned by lyricist Prasoon Joshi and sung by Oroon Das, these words form a beautiful musical prelude to Doordarshan's weekly book-based show 'Kitaabnama'. India's only multilingual book show, Kitaabanama: Books and ...Times of India, 5 days ago
With a fictional tale of gods and monsters, Delhi-based school boy Yashwardhan Shukla has turned an author at a young age of 13. "Mythology intrigues me. I read mythological books. Amish Tripathi's Shiva Trilogy influenced me while Rick Riordan ...Outlook India, 1 week ago Delhi schoolboy turns novelist at 13 Press Trust of India, 1 week ago
J ourneys can be monotonous. Picture a sterile hotel room with a long night to kill; or a 16-hour flight with no hint of sleep. The obvious solution: Video games, TV shows and movies. Sure, there's that. But here's a happy, nostalgic truth we ...Forbes India, 2 weeks ago
There's something about traditions that makes it as disturbing as compelling. The more obscure its origin, the more does the society cling to it. Some fade out with the passage of time, to be replaced by fresh ones, and some (often the ones that ...Hindustan Times, 2 weeks ago Indias youth reinterpreting God in a whole new way Hindustan Times, 2 weeks ago
[August 12, 2014] (Times of India Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Once upon a time (to borrow from Chetan Bhagat) Indian authors were lucky if they sold 5,000 copies. But a bunch of home-grown authors have rewritten the books business.TMC Net, 2 weeks ago Bang for the book Times of India, 3 weeks ago
Ajay Devgan is not saying that about Singham Returns. In fact, he is feeling buoyant about Rohit Shetty's next film starring him which releases this week. What the star is saying is that he was unfazed post the no-show of Himmatwala at the box ...India Today, 3 weeks ago
RANCHI: The quick, pacy and low-priced reads by contemporary Indian authors have become a rage among the Ranchi youths. The book shop owners in the city admit that youngsters prefer a Chetan Bhagat and Ravindra Singh to a Richard Dawkins. Teenagers ...Times of India, 3 weeks ago
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