Reviews

REVIEW of - 'KAIVALYA - a fire within'

By - Kaushal Mahesh Gupta (ERRORS & KAUSHAL)

The story spans over a few hundred years offering variation in the context of time and actions that are relevant, then. There is love, hatred, greed, kindness, delusion, passion, moments and milestones. There are contrasting events happening throughout the story and this contrast keeps the narrative alive from different perspectives, from different characters and from different positions of power. It is about the journey between two extremes, Sufferings and Kaivalya.

Kaivalya – A Fire Within, is about individuals and the society at large, where the individuals become bigger than the society to control it. 

REVIEW of - 'KAIVALYA - a fire within'

By - Ravish Mani - (Books As I See)

The title of the book is the Sanskrit word Kaivalya, which denotes non-duality. It literally means ‘only.’ The author defines it using the metaphor of waves & ocean. According to her, it’s the only truth—the only one.

The subtitle is ‘A Fire Within.’ The phrase is often used to express the idea of desire or passion of an individual in the context of motivation for an act, but it could also be used to represent rage. You’ll get to see different aspects of fire in the book.

REVIEW of - 'KAIVALYA - a fire within'

By - Retd. Colonel Naresh Rastogi

गहना कर्मणो गतिः – ‘gahana karmano gatih’: Krishna in Bhagavad Gita has thus summed up the play-out of life of each individual – all linked up in the present, past, or future.
To understand the complex and intricate cycle of the karmas in one life; earn the fruits thereof; select the ones out of the aggregate karmas for experiencing in the current life in order to learn the lessons and imbibe these for one’s further evolution; to figure out the attributions and retributions; is not the cup of tea for everyone.

REVIEW of - 'KAIVALYA - a fire within'

By - Dr. Sandeep Gupta, Founder-SLCHIMALAYAS

Amazing read! Perfectly and articulately woven!

The story begins withVrinda and ends with Mansi around 200 years later. I never meant to read the entire book at one go but I started with Sangram Singh shouting and never could take if off my hand. Beautifully crafted, going back and forth in time. Even though, I wanted it more vivid when Manu burnt Mohan alive, I took a sigh of relief once justice was served.

REVIEW of - 'Let Go of Me...'

By - Kaushal Mahesh Gupta (ERRORS & KAUSHAL)

Let go of Me is a book written by Ekta Saigal Pandit which revolves around two main characters Asmi Sagar who have lived their lives on two different extremes before they meet each other. The story is about two lives engulfed in different situations looking for true love and they find it in each other but that doesn’t last for long. Unlike every other love story which has a happy ending, this story doesn’t have one. One becomes matured even after losing the sense of true love while the other keeps longing for it and tries to prove the righteousness.

REVIEW of - 'Let Go of Me...'

By - Ravish Mani - (Books As I See)

As the cover may indicate that it’s a story of a girl in her teenage or 20s, but it isn’t. In fact, the lead protagonist, the heroine of the novel, is a 38 years old woman, who has been married for 14 years and mother of two children. On the other hand, the hero is also a married man of 32 and father of one child.