Geetanjali Shree is first Indian winner of an International Booker Prize

Tomb of Sand, the story of an elderly widow thinking back on the 1947 partition of British India into India and Pakistan, was originally written in Hindi and translated by Daisy Rockwell. It is a long book, a novel of enormous intelligence, often digressive and essay­istic rather than driven by plot. It is ambitious, trying […]

National best-selling author, Stuti Changle introduces her third novel, Where The Sun Never Sets

National best-selling author, Stuti Changle, unveils her new novel, Where the Sun Never Sets. Published by Penguin Random House India, it is currently available on pre-order on e-commerce websites. Set in the context of COVID-19 lockdown, Where the Sun Never Sets is a riveting personal account of unforgettable childhood dreams, turbulent teenage years, complicated close […]

Book Review |Back to School: A Useful Guide to Navigate through the Pandemic |by Lavitha Vaz & Shalini Mukund

Prior to a couple of years ago, no one could have anticipated the sea change that would be touching people’s lives and changing them forever. This became far more apparent when the world was struck by the pandemic, and everyone was adapting to the never thought change. As the adults shifted to the work from […]

Book Review – Balan And Dheera: Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam by Mayank Mahajan

Also Read The First Part – Balan & Dheera: A Tale Of Kaliyuga, By Mayank Mahajan “In the ancient history, there are some larger than life events, which are not easy to explain and that is the reason why some people choose to call those events as mythological stories!” This remarkable book, “Balan & Dheera: […]

Book Review – Raga 2 Rock: A Mumbai Tamil’s Musical Journey by Madan Mohan

About the Author: The author is a chartered accountant working in the field of exports with an unquenchable thirst for writing and singing. He has written about music and film music on his blog and also contributed articles to the blog of a well-known film critic. Before the pandemic, the author was also a passionate […]

Book Review – A Mother’s Goodbye by Kasturi Patra

We idolize a mother as ever-present, always giving, never expecting anything in return. The love of a mother for her children is unconditional. However, the societal expectation from a mother is quite different. A mother is also a woman, why does the society never acknowledge the woman behind the mother. These controversial questions regarding the […]

Author Meghna Pant’s new book talks about ‘made in hell’ modern-day Indian marriage169

“Boys Don’t Cry”, a new book by bestselling author Meghna Pant, takes readers behind the closed doors of a ‘made in hell’ modern India marriage. Based on a true story, the book, published by Penguin Random House India (PRHI), will hit the stands on January 17. Touted to be a thriller with a difference, it […]

Book Review “A Language Of Lies” by Saugata Chakraborty

The Great Indian Novel By Shashi Tharoor “Life can be too mysterious sometimes and one cannot even imagine what results would occur when those mysteries would be unveiled. One may believe that they can never be trapped but even the best of the best gets trapped in the games of the life, which is devious […]

Book Review A Silver Lining in the Ease of Doing Business Conundrum by Arnab Basu

As the Indian economy is progressing, new ideas have been developing ever since the idea of encouraging business for development came to light. Hence, innovation was bound to see the light of the day, and so were the disadvantages that accompanied it. “A Silver Lining in the Ease of Doing Business Conundrum” by Arnab Basu […]