Roundup for Period Ending 03-Apr-2016

From today, I’ll be starting a series called “Roundup for the Period Ending ..” where I’ll be listing all the articles and essays which I have read in the last few days. I present today, the first in this series, called “Periodic Roundup for Period Ending 03-Apr-2016“.

My frequency of posting will be … periodic. Sometimes it could be once a month and sometimes it could be once in 10 months. I will try to list all the articles, essays and books which I have read during this period across various genres like travel, photography, history/ current affairs, health and well-ness and so on.

How will this help?

  1. It will be a good way for me to keep track of what I have read.
  2. It may be useful to those who want to do some serious surfing on specific topics.
  3. It will be a good resource on interesting issues.
  4. It will be a good reference guide.
  5. It will be an indicator of how much time I am spending on the web vis-a-vis the real world 🙂

So without much delay, let me present the Round-up for Period Ending 03-Apr-2016.


  • The Battle for Sanskrit – Rajiv Malhotra, 2016 [Currently Reading]
  • Chronology of Ancient India – Sitanath Pradhan, 1927


History, Current Affairs, Religion and Indology

Health, Wellness, Musings, Reflections & Inspirational


Poetry & Fiction

Science and Technology

Food & Eating Out

SEO and Tech

Financial Planning

Films & Entertainment

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Image: By Tiago Fioreze – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0,

That’s it. Here ends the Periodic Round-up for Period Ending 03-Apr-2016. Please leave your comments in the comment box below and do share with your friends and family.

12 Replies to “Roundup for Period Ending 03-Apr-2016”

  1. Thank you so much for the mention. Means a lot. Glad to be a part of your reading journey. Good readers and writers like you are always a bliss for The Style Symphony. We’ll always cherish! 🙂

  2. Good to find a mention here. Thanks, Subhodeep! I am amazed at how much and what variety you read. Not to mention, write for so many different blogs. Appreciated a lot your comment on the conversion post you mention here, and also on the other series regarding the Indian History book.

    1. Thank you very much for the comment! Planning to read the other article on Matriwords soon and learn a few more things.

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