Accurate and perceptive. Couldn't have said it better myself. https://t.co/FEZvFsck75
by @sangeetabahadur - one year ago
Great article. Having served as an Indian diplomat in London up to 3 months ago, I couldn't agree more with you.
Vikraal - BOOK REVIEW - The millennia-old prison of dreams confining the Dark God of Maya, Aushij is slowly... http://t.co/iQUnBwwy4u
Sangeeta Bahadur Interview – Vikraal Book http://t.co/EZxNh8hPvR via @writerstorycom
Creating a Distinctly Indian Superhero and his hyper-real Context - The New Indian Express http://t.co/RcPEmtdTNz via @NewIndianXpress
Jaal.kaal.net - one year ago
Pictures from the recent Bangalore launch of Vikraal at the Sapna Bookstore. I must say they did a great job. Just look at the display!
Sharing some pics of me signing copies of Vikraal at the Delhi and Bangalore airports...
My article on The Civility of a Civilization, that appeared in today's issue of The Pioneer. It will, hopefully, ring a bell with everyone who knows and loves a child with special needs, and even those who have never really given a thought to the issue. Since I am the mother of such a child myself, this is something very close to my heart. So when The Pioneer asked me to write about some socially relevant issue, this was what sprang to my mind...
For some reason (my daughter explained but I confess that I couldn't quite understand!), I seem to have lost my earlier Twitter account (@kaaltrilogy.com). So I'm shifting to @sangeetabahadur w.e.f. today. Please do follow - there will be stuff about Vikraal, the contest on Jaal and other interesting stuff! Thanks!
To all my personal and Facebook friends, family and everyone who enjoyed reading Jaal and has been waiting for Vikraal:
Announcing the contest on Jaal/Vikraal that will be run on the Pan MacMillan FB page this coming week. Answerig the question correctly may win you signed copies of Jaal and the new sequel, Vikraal! Just to remind you, I'm also uploading the book-jacket of Vikraal.
Once again, a truly heartfelt thanks to all of you for the warmth, support and encouragement you have been sending my way and for all the wonderful things you've been telling me about Jaal. They make me believe that you'll truly enjoy Vikraal, which takes the tale of the Beloved of the Gods Arihant several years further and lets you get re-acquainted with the boy who has evolved into a devastatingly handsome hunk and a warrior such as the mortal world has never known...
This is what the Q&A author Vikas Swaroop says about the Kaal Trilogy: "An epic adventure that brings to life an imaginary world imbued with the magic of India's mystical traditions. A powerful story beautifully told."
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