ఖండవల్లి సత్య దేవ ప్రసాద్ గారి విశ్లేషణాత్మకవ్యాసాలు. మహాభారతంలోని అనేక విషయాలను గురించి వివరిస్తారు. మూల గ్రంధాన్ని అధ్యయనమ్ చేయకుండా కొంతమంది కల్పించిన అపోహలను అసత్యాలను ఎండగట్టి వ్యాస భారతమ్ లోని శ్లోకాల ఆధారంగా పరిశిలించి వ్రాయబడిన ఈ పుస్తకం మూల మహాభారత అద్యయనానికి ప్రేరణ ఇస్తుంది, మహేతిహాసం.
Sivasya Kulam – Book Review
The book Sivasya Kulam talks about the colonial narratives and distortions along with the actual dimensions of caste, untouchability and Dravidianism, exposing the Christian onslaught on Hindu society.
Book Review- The Liberation struggle of Hyderabad.
Freedom cannot be bestowed, it must be achieved.
The freedom struggle of India and the freedom struggle of Hyderabad must be treated as two independent fights. While the former is known briefly by many and has many authentic books published but the latter doesn’t have many authentic books and documents at hand. Very few writers and publishing houses have documented this Liberation struggle. One such book which is a must-read is described below. This book “Liberation Struggle of Hyderabad-some unknown pages… ” is authored by Shri Acharaya Khanderao Kulkarni, originally in Hindi
Bengal Bleeding – A call to give up Negationism- Review by Dr. Ratan Sharda
Review by Dr. Ratan Sharda Bengal Bleeding Amidst “Secular” Silence is not an easy book to read. It is not about the current genocide of Hindus after the 2021 state assembly. It is another reminder that those who forget history are bound to repeat it.The question that comes uppermost after reading this cruel history is, does being secular mean keeping silent, sounding helpless on wanton killings of Hindus, and in the case of Bengal history mostly Scheduled Castes and Tribes?
Book Review – Interrogating Macaulay’s Children
K Satya Deva Prasad’s Interrogating Macaulay’s Children is a study at exposing the flawed pedagogical system we are still slavish to, even after British Colonial masters have left the shores of Bharat. It is time to undo the historical wrongs of Lord Macaulay by according to our ancient wisdom a pride of place in our educational system.
Book review- City of Victory -The Rise and Fall of Vijayanagara
Written in a sweeping style, befitting the epic saga, it is also an easy read.Many of us Telugus know of Srikrishna Devaraya, the most famous emperor of the kingdom, his exploits in the battlefield as well as in the arena of literature and arts because of the glorious epoch of Bhuvana Vijayam, the literary court of Ashta diggajas, the 8 great poets, especially Tenali Ramakrishna. There’s an entire chapter that deals with the Bhuvana Vijayam including Srikrishna Devaraya as the poet-king. The book covers the Sangama, Saluva and Tuluva dynasties also.
Book Review- Liberation Struggle of Hyderabad
This book captures the Reader’s mind and makes them a part of the incident.Written in the most eloquent and lucid manner this book tries to capture the exact feelings and aura of the Hyderabad Liberation struggle. Very few books have been written on this particular subject and this book definitely is one of the must-read books. Also, this book mentions many Revolutionary heroes who gave up their life just for the freedom of you and me.
Book Review- Denying National Roots
The book is meticulously factual and impeccable with referenceable citations.
The book begins with debunking communism in India, but when finished the reader is left with a feeling of witnessing a total annihilation of communism in India and elsewhere. The title of the book is aptly justified, although the book presents numerous other invaluable ideas as once reads through. We Indians may be diverse in outlook but are connected by our deeply rooted culture.
Book Review- Dr. Hedgewar – Seer, Patriot and Nation Builder
This book is a great tribute to the “real” architect of modern India. He is an embodiment of practical patriotism. This book records many events that took place prior to independence and impresses upon the need for unity. No wonder Dr Hedgewar has millions of followers around the globe.
Book Review – Interrogating Macaulay’s Children
Numerous citations are provided which suggest India had a highly evolved society with deep knowledge.
The Author then astutely uses the references to the great knowledge system in Hindu society from the literary works of various western scholars to systematically refute arguments put forth in “Minute”. Some of these literary volumes from western scholars even predate the infamous “Minute”, which speaks volumes about Mr Macaulay’s erudition (or lack of it). It is established in the book beyond any reasonable doubt that Mr Macaulay whose insight on India is anyways a suspect, but his motives are rather ill-intentioned and full of deceit.