Thursday, February 8, 2018

eGranth - Book Newsletter - Jan 2018

This is our tenth newsletter. I, Anika Agarwal, am the editor this time. This newsletter we have an amazing topic, that is India and Hinduism. We have very few books in the newsletter. The rest of them are my top 5 books on Hinduism. All the books are very interesting books. Join Surpanakha in her fascinating journey. Experience the tale filled with hardships while reading “Sita’s Sister”. Read and learn the various cultures and stories about India through the Culture Series, the Puranas and the Purna Vidya series. Feel thrilled while reading the Raven’s Gate and experiencing the magic filled world of Cosmo, the witch-cat. Most of all laugh out loud while reading the adventures of Bala, his book-eating little sister and the one eyed giant, Koobandhee. Read on and enjoy our newsletter! – Anika
  1. The Power of Five: Raven's Gate, by Anthony Horowitz - review
  2. Cosmo and the Great Witch Escape, by Gwyneth Rees - review
  3. Linga Purana, translated by Bibek Debroy - review
  4. The Kishkindha Chronicles: Saraswati’s Intelligence, by Vamsee Juluri - review
  5. Avishi: Reimagining Vishpala of the Rig Veda, by Saiswroopa Iyer - review
  6. Bookasura #2: Koobandhee, by Arundhati Venkatesh - review
  7. My top five books of 2017 on Hinduism
    1.  Lanka’s Princess, by Kavita Kane - review
    2. The Puranas, translated by Bibek Debroy - review
    3. Purna Vidya (series) by Swamini Pramananda, Sri Dhira Chaitanya - review
    4. Culture Course by Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan - review
    5. Sita’s Sister by Kavita Kane - review
You can read the entire newsletter here.

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