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The Lacquered Curtain of Burma by Eugene Lawrence | Book Review

I always love books that let me explore cultures that I otherwise might never get a chance to explore. This book was no exception. I had high expectations from this book as it covers the culture and a lot more around Burma, which we now know as Myanmar. But did the book live up to the expectations? Let’s find out.

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In The Glow of Your Being | Book Review

People at Niyogi Books know how much I love reading translated work but this is one of the few translated books of which even non-translated version could be read by me. From the pen of Sahitya Akademi Award winning author, Govind Mishra, this piece of literature was translated from Hindi to English and is very different from anything you might have read in the past. I’ll explain how.

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A Fistful of Mustard Seeds | Book Review

Thanks to the Niyogi Books, I’m now a big fan or translated stories from different cultures and parts of the country which I myself, would have never found. This book is a part of the same group and even if you don’t read further, I liked this collection of stories and am recommending it to you. Let me explain why.

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