Mukta Mahajani encourages the reader to listen to his or her inner voice after intensive introspection…...and it is through this that “The Code” is ultimately revealed!
In a quest for looking at what books are engaging to very young eyes, we settled upon one common factor- high contrast books.
History may sing the victor’s song….but that really does not stop us from imagining what could have happened. How would Duryodhana narrate the events of the Mahabharata? Hear it in I,
There is nothing like fresh flowers to brighten up your day! These recipes for flower arrangements are sure to give you your daily flower fix!
Chanakya- the strategic thinker, philosopher and kingmaker immortalized his teachers in the treatise Arthashashtra. How can we apply these gems of wisdom? In Chanakya and the Art of War, Radhakrishnan Pillai demystifies the greatest guru of all times.
Katha Books brings to the palette of young readers a poignant story, at the heart of which lies the story of Bhil Pithora
Karma Fights a Monster is Book 1 of Karma Tandin, a young monster hunter. Well, the hunt has begun….and it all starts in the school library! A thrilling adventure for young readers!
Keep Calm and Carry On may be a modern pop culture iconic statement, but the origins of these words have roots that go back decades.
It may sound a bit voyeuristic, but getting a peek into the inner mind of a revered poet is a treat for a literature lover …. A. K. Ramanujan’s Journeys is a sneak peak into his inner life.
How does it feel to look at a real or imagined place through the eyes of a writer or through the words of your favourite book? Literature and travel merge beautifully in Literary Places.