Today we are in conversation with Shubha Vilas, the author of Ramayana – The Game of Life Series. An engineer who has studied Law, he has now made helping people his life mission. Shubha Vilas does it by counseling and guiding students about important life skills. He also holds seminars to address the crucial needs of top level personnel in corporate houses. He was invited to speak at the occasion of 25 years celebration of the National Human Resource Department (Government of India). He also heads a publishing house called Tulsi books, which publishes spirituality and leadership books. Two books in the Ramayana – Game of Life series, Rise of the Sun Prince and Shattered Dreams are already out, and now the third book Stolen Hope is out for review at BlogAdda. Let’s talk to him about his Ramayana Series and life lessons.
Today we are in conversation with one of the top debut authors of India – Upendra Namburi.Â An engineer by accident and an MBA by coincidence, Upendra finds himself in the dynamic world of banking and finance. In an attempt to break the monotony of classrooms and lectures during his college years, he developed a strong inclination towards writing. Over time the love affair blossomed. He now maintains several blogs and has contributed articles to Indian and International publications. Let us have an interesting conversation with him.
A book set Â in the pre-independence era, ‘Barnabas’ is a suspense-thriller by Sangeeta Nambiar. We present to you a short conversation with this talented author where she talks about her book, her hobbies and many other interesting things. Get ready to Â know more about this personality by reading the post. 🙂
Most of us are food lovers. We all drool at the sight of our favourite dishes. Don’t we! BlogAdda presents you with one such person who loves doing both ‘cooking and eating’. Aditya Bal, the host of your favourite cooking show on NDTV Good Times- Chakh Le India, is here sharing his views on cooking along with some insightful cooking tips and many more interesting things. Read this short Â and entertaining interaction with Aditya and get to know what actually inspired him to come up with his first cook book.
This Monday we are in conversation with an Indian writer and a journalist. He is the author of Tamarind City: Where Modern India Began, which is a portrait of Madras, now known as Chennai. When he is not writing, you would find him involved in activities revolving around Scotch, Spiritualism, Yoga, Travelling, Fountain Pens etc. Let us know more about Bishwanath Ghosh.
Across the world there are many conspiracies waiting to be solved. We now have our own version called “The Taj Conspiracy‘ which shows the Taj Mahal in a never before seen light, and is an exploration of what it means to be an Indian today when faith and fundamentalism are increasingly entwined.Â We have an exclusive tete-a-tete with the author, Manreet Sodhi Someshwar where she talks about the book, its prime character and much more.Â Read on.