Once I got acquainted with the works of J. Sai Deepak, I was exposed to a kind of literature that I was never exposed to before.

Though I could say about myself that, maybe my idea of history wasn’t as flawed and blemished as he says in the below video, thanks to my travel experiences (fortunately I had the privilege and honour of travelling to many places across Bharat and almost all of them were solo trips where I could explore a lot), but I could irrefutably say that I wasn’t as knowledgable either and clearly lacked the ammunitions to have firepower as he possesses.

So, naturally, I read the works of Sita Ram Goel, Meenakshi Jain and Venkat Dhulipala. That’s the least I could do. And almost all of them were downloaded free of cost from the internet. And as I read more I also read the works of Rajiv Malhotra as well among the contemporary writers on Indic civilizations. And another gem of a book I discovered was “The Idol Thief” by S. Vijay Kumar.

I am yet to read numerous works of other authors he mentioned, particularly RC Majumdar and Jadunath Sarkar, which I am planning to read soon. However, reading all the above things doesn’t mean that I have stopped reading fiction or any other form of literature at all.

Non-fiction based on the Army and Espionage

Just that, I am able to dedicate some of my time exclusively to knowing more about my own civilization and the current existential crisis it is undergoing. However, I am expanding my genres to non-fiction dealing specifically with the Bharatiya Army too. And so do I read fiction and also non-fiction.

Below are the books that I am reading or planning to read along with the ones I already mentioned above.

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