Religion and Mythology Books

10 Lessons from Hindu History in 10 Episodes Sandeep Balakrishna Book

10 Lessons from Hindu History in 10 Episodes | Sandeep Balakrishna | Book Review

Embark on a riveting journey through time with ’10 Lessons from Hindu History in 10 Episodes.’ This book is your gateway to unearthing the true and hidden history of Bharatvarsha, spanning centuries. While not exhaustive, these narratives offer a compelling, enlightening perspective, exposing the profound impact of Marxist-leaning scholars on our perception of Indian history. Dive into the depths of an authentic and concealed past, waiting to be uncovered.

Sadhguru Books A List of Top 15 Books

Sadhguru Books: A List of Top 15 Books by the Mystic

Discover the profound teachings of Sadhguru in our curated list of the 15 Best Sadhguru Books. Dive into a world of ancient wisdom, meditation, and spirituality as this revered spiritual leader takes you on a journey of self-discovery and inner peace. These books are more than just words; they’re a map to awakening your spirit and finding profound truths. Join us as we explore the transformative power of Sadhguru’s teachings.

Unusual Temples of India Anuradha Goyal Book Review

Unusual Temples of India | Anuradha Goyal | Book Review

Explore India’s rich temple heritage, where spirituality thrives amidst bustling cities, tranquil villages, and picturesque landscapes. “Unusual Temples of India” unveils hidden gems that defy convention. Join the author on her captivating journey across the country as she delves into unique temples, offering a glimpse into their extraordinary stories. This book is a compilation of her temple travel diaries, a testament to the diversity and spirituality that define India’s cultural mosaic.

Vahana Vehicles of the Gods Stuti Gupta Book

Vahana: Vehicles of the Gods | Stuti Gupta | Book Review

The book features the Vahanas of many Gods and Goddesses such as Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva, Devi Durga, Devi Lakshmi, Maa Shashthi, Lord Indra, Lord Ganesha, and Lord Kartikeya. These are explained in good detail. Vahana is good for the age group of 8 to 13 years. It is a medium-length book and has a total of 104 pages.

Aryaa An Anthology of Vedic Women Curated by Shivakumar GV Book Review

Aryaa: An Anthology of Vedic Women | Shivakumar GV | Book Review

The exploration of mythology, or Itihaasa as it is more authentically and preferentially called, can often be a daunting task. One must scour through countless books and resources to find those rare gems that present these ancient tales in their unadulterated form, preserving the narrative without discounting its essence. Through the deft efforts of 10 distinct writers, Aryaa: An Anthology of Vedic Women illuminates the lives of 10 remarkable women who have left an indelible mark on the annals of history.

Secrets of Lord Shani by Guru Gaurav Arya Book Review

Secrets of Lord Shani | Guru Gaurav Arya | Book Review

For the uninitiated, Lord Shani is the God of Justice. In Hindu dharma, he is known as the karmaphalaadhikari or the dandadhikari as he is the deity in charge of the fruits of our karma. He is the great discipliner and he doesn’t like injustice, thereby by the powers bestowed upon him, he gives us the good or bad results of our previous karmas. It is because of these powers and the nature of the deity that he is also feared by many, and rightly so. This book delves into the many secrets of the Lord.

The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran Book

The Prophet | Kahlil Gibran | Book Review

Inspired by the long tradition of Oriental mysticism and philosophical monotheism, The Prophet is Lebanese-American writer Kahlil Gibran’s magnum opus. He was also an artist and a poet who gained international repute through the depth of his creations that rattle the soul and evoke spiritual awakening.
The Prophet is crisp yet profound with terse and compact anecdotal sayings. At the core of this book is wisdom that is enriching because of a deep understanding of life and human nature

My Gita Devdutt Pattanaik Book

My Gita | Devdutt Pattanaik | Book Review

This book, written by one of India’s most popular mythologists Devdutt Pattnaik has an interesting title, ‘My Gita’. One look at the title and you know that the book would be philosophical and full of wisdom. And as you read it, this becomes more evident than ever but more than that, the book has a very practical approach to life and living. It teaches how one can have a balance in their life by using the lessons it imparts.

Nachiketa by Subba Rao Amar Chitra Katha

Nachiketa | Subba Rao | Amar Chitra Katha | Book Review

The child prodigy Nachiketa was the son of Rishi Vajashravas. He is known for his tunnel-focused dedication towards the pursuit of self-realization or Moksha. Nachiketa’s story finds mention in the Katha Upanishad (believed to have been written around 9th century BCE).


Tatva, Soul and Karma | Tanuj Lalchandani | Book Review

Replete with gorgeous illustrations that accompany each of its chapters, the book is a thing of beauty. It is both engaging and informative. The knowledge it provides is easy to read and comprehend. Expect a beginner’s guide about the various Hindu Gods and Goddesses.

Precious Gems from Hindu Mythology

Precious Gems from Hindu Mythology | Devi | Book Review

Expect a book that tells you a lot about ancient Indian temples and the legends that surround them. Expect a book that tells you about many lesser-known tales from our Hindu mythology and about the relevance of worshipping various elements and gods in the Hindu pantheon.