Half Year in Review, Now

Woohooo!
Half of 2020 is done, and looking back it seems a lot has past!
Here is a wrap up of everything that happened in the last six months on this blog.

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!! Literary Projects’ Reveal !!

As I embark on a journey to travel around the globe viewing the world through books and relish the fantastic Harmony between cultures in India, I wish to invite you on the journey with me through Project Cross Borders and Project India!

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A Life Incomplete | Nanak Singh | Book Review

This book turns out to be the second book I’ve read under the Project India I’ve been working on where I read one book from an author in each state in India; the first being Goat Days by Benyamin.  A Life Incomplete ( Adh Khidya Phul in Punjabi) was one of the most famous works […]

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The Cases that India Forgot | Chintan Chandrachud | Book Review

Have you ever thought of what powers the government has and what powers are upheld by the law? Do you feel that moving to the Supreme court is a solution to troubles caused by the Government?

Can our government increase its power against the people of the country? What powers do the people have with respect to the government and the law?

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Norwegian Wood | Haruki Murakami.

Have you ever had a papercut and enjoyed it? Have you ever been hurt and you just never wanted to get over it? That’s exactly what this book leaves you with.

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