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Cosmology Maps for Hero's Journey

I did these maps for Hero’s Journey last summer, and… Augh! I’ve been dying ever since to show them. Now that they are close to release though, I finally can! 72 more words

Art

Book Review: Ravana: Roar of the Demon King: A Graphic Novel by Abhimanyu Singh Sisodia, Sachin Nagar (Illustrator)

Book: Ravana: Roar of the Demon King: A Graphic Novel

Author/s: Abhimanyu Singh Sisodia, Sachin Nagar (Illustrator)

Plot: A graphic Novel, depicting the life of Ravana, a powerful figure that dominates Hindu Mythology with his story that went from being one of the most learned, skilled and a worthy king to the most hated person… 252 more words

Books

Book Review: Sita: Daughter of the Earth by Saraswati Nagpal, R. Manikandan (Illustrator)

Book: Sita: Daughter of the Earth

Author: Saraswati Nagpal, R. Manikandan (Illustrator)

Plot : A graphic Novel that takes you through the divine birth of Sita, wife of Lord Ram in Hindu mythology and her journey involving the marriage to Lord Ram, the exile and the tragic end. 217 more words

Books

This Kamadeva leaves me with mixed feelings

It was in 2013 that I read the book Saga of a pandava warrior prince : Arjuna that was written by Anuja Chandramouli.  I liked that book a lot. 1,049 more words

Books And Blurbs

Book Review – Shattered Dreams (Ramayana: The Game of Life #2)

TITLE : Shattered Dreams
AUTHOR : Shubha Vilas
PUBLISHER : Jaico
GENRE : Hindu Mythology (Epic)

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Shattered Dreams is the sequel to the national bestseller, Rise of the Sun Prince, in the new spiritual and motivational series Ramayana – The Game of Life. 1,356 more words

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grass-cradled (haiga)


the traveler’s gift
of one feather

Linked to Carpe Diem #684: Bird Feathers, where our host Chèvrefeuille has shared a wonderful haiga featuring a peacock – as well as this cascading haiku: 163 more words

kabaddi,kabaddi,kabaddi The Origin and History

Since ages, Indian terrains have seen many vigorous and brawny men chanting “kabaddi,kabaddi,kabaddi…” by holding their breathes and struggling through the mud to return to their court. 504 more words

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