Review of Bruna Rotunno’s astounding photo book featuring women in Bali by Bhagawati: “This stunning photo book is homage to the entire female species.”
Prartho reviews Madhuri’s poetic memoir: “In these poems … we are invited guests to an improbable and luscious feast in the Garden of the Master.”
Sarita reviews a book by Allison Armstrong: “Radical, positive transformation of our relationships will certainly happen as we embrace the wisdom contained in these pages….”
Paritosh Yogena reviews Swatantra Sarjano’s recently published book and says, “The reader will receive gentle reminders and sincere wake-up calls.” The book is now available also in Italian language.
Deva Sindhu reviews Gail Tredwell’s book, “The memoir was published in October, 2013 and sent shock-waves through the Amma community.”
Sharon Johnson reviews Kumud’s second cookbook, under the title ‘Our holiday eating will get a nudge.’
Our lives might be more meaningful if fun embraced facing the world as it really is, full of the mundane and the difficult. Douglas Heaven reviews Ian Bogost’s book ‘Play Anything’ in the ‘New Scientist’ on September 21, 2016.
Kaiyum reviews Alan Jacobs’ book about what happened during the nineteen years of Jesus’ life missing from the Bible.
Kaiyum reviews the book by Dhyan Shaida (Catherine Auman) on 100 Ways to Personal and Spiritual Growth.
Nandan reviews the book by Prof. Hugh B. Urban, subtitled ‘Sex, Spirituality and Capitalism in the Global Osho Movement’; published by University of California Press
Amazing and timely book about a very complicated and very American personality, says Melodi Lammond-Grundy about one of John Hogue’s [Dhyan Arjuna’s] latest books.
Kaiyum reviews Alex Bellos’ book that was a ‘Sunday Times’ bestseller and shortlisted for the BBC Samuel Johnson Prize.
… is key to ending the suffering of emotional pain. Excerpted from an article by Margarita Tartakovsky M.S., published at psychcentral.com, USA, on May 17, 2015.
Nirada reviews David Carse’s book – in which he refers to his former illusory sense of identity as ‘the david thing’.
Anand Suryo reviews Ragini’s fourth book, The Wildly Quiet Presence Of God: Musings Of A Modern Marketplace Mystic.
Kaiyum reviews Frederick Kaufman’s investigative and electrifying book on how food stopped being food.
Dhiren reviews Veena’s latest book about her thrilling journeys of discovery on Song Mountain in China.
Kaiyum reviews this fascinating book by Lama Kunsang, Lama Pemo and Marie Aubèle with the subtitle, The Odyssey of the Tibetan Masters with the Black Crown.