Atrangi’s concept furniture digs into the relics of the past to express a unique contemporary Indian aesthetic. We discover some pieces that would be perfect for our home libraries….
Ninja Nani is the latest sensation in town. With great power comes great responsibility, but Ninja Nani handles things with great flair!
There has been a surge in colouring books for adults in the past few years. Gods and Goddesses of India by Kanika Gupta catches the pulse of this trend with its own refreshing twist.
The Muralist by B. A. Shapiro talks about the budding Abstract Expressionist movement against a fictional but heart wrenching account of refugees in World War II.
In Manya Learns to Roar, Shruthi Rao humorously and sensitively explores how children overcome challenges and emerge victorious.
Even 200 years after her death, Jane Austen continues to be much-loved and read today. We explore her life through some key objects.
Charta, bookbinders and sellers of fine old books in Venice show that the art of bookbinding is still alive. Literary things of beauty flourish in their unique store.
Shah Jahan and the Ruby Robber by Natasha Sharma reimagines history in a fun way for young readers.