Tag Archives: India

Book Review: The Shadow Of The Great Game

The Shadow Of The Great Game:  The Untold Story Of India’s Partition, by Nandra Singh Sarila In reading this book, I got the feeling that it was written largely for Indian audiences as a way of informing them about the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Yes, God Is A Mathematician

Yes, God Is A Mathematician:  The World’s Most Ancient Mystery:  The Secret Of Vedas Cracked, by Dhanesh Kumar M. [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Books Go Social.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] This was … Continue reading

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Book Review: Money Consciousness

Money Consciousness:  Become Super Rich And Attract Infinite Wealth By Discovering Eleven Simple Ancient Principles Of Abundance, by Nathan Rich [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Books Go Social.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] This … Continue reading

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Big Machine

Not too long ago, I watched a music-related YouTube channel I follow and the person had listed their favorite songs by the Goo Goo Dolls that had appeared on a particular Billboard Chart, I believe it was the Adult Rock … Continue reading

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Book Review: Christ And The Hindu Diaspora

Christ And The Hindu Diaspora, by Paul Pathickal [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/WestBow Press in exchange for an honest review.] There is a lot the author of this book gets wrong, or does less than … Continue reading

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Kings Of The Stone Age

In the Andaman Islands there is a place that time has deliberately ignored, North Sentinel Island, inhabited by what are known as the Sentinelese tribe. Even though they were recorded in history by Marco Polo, who wrote in his travel … Continue reading

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The Cantonization of India

The word canton, as a noun referring to a district of a nation, is best-known in the context of the Swiss cantons, which form the basis of the Swiss Confederation to this day. A complicated and organic history of these … Continue reading

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Book Review: Boarding Party

Boarding Party: The Last Action Of The Calcutta Light Horse, by James Leasor This book was loaned to me by a friend of mine at church who was aware of my interest in military history and the book itself is … Continue reading

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The Custom Of The Country

Today I would like to comment on the following quote from a book that I am reading, Boarding Party: The Last Action Of The Calcutta Light Horse, by James Leasor: “Young men in business or the professions, out from Britain … Continue reading

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Non-Book Review: Airpower At 18,000′

Airpower At 18,000′: The Indian Air Force In The Kargil War, by Benjamin Lambeth This is a very short volume that I may finish reading tonight or tomorrow, and it may take longer to write and refine the review than … Continue reading

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