They say art mirrors life and vice versa. Well, Chick lit, a light romance genre- so popular in the West, has made its way to India in the last few years. Indian chick lit novels can be considered to be a reflection of the changing social structure in India.
What was it like to be Muhammad Ali’s daughter? At Home with Muhammad Ali by Hana Ali is a memoir that looks at the boxing legend with a very different lens- that of a daughter’s.
Sandeep Jauhar’s book, Heart: A History, takes a multi-disciplinary look into the human heart. Jauhar combines history, research, personal anecdotes, medical literature and his own perspective to demystify the heart.
There is great beauty in simplicity. Ruskin Bond’s ‘A Book of Simple Living’ reminds us of this universal truth. This is a book you may want to add to your collection. What is says remains timeless!
Empress- The Astonishing Reign of Nur Jahan by Ruby Lal explores the fascinating rise of a Nur Jahan as a co-sovereign to Jahangir. How did she navigate the complex world of patriarchy and harem politics to a more visible kind of power? Read this nuanced story of a queen who was much ahead of her times, for a compelling perspective!
“When we eat and live to be healthy, great skin and hair are just a side effect,” says Vasudha Rai, author of Glow, your guide to true beauty- inside out!
If you ever wished your kids read the good old mystery books you did as a child; The Mystery Crackers Series fits the bill.
Discover the depraved world of Dystopia through the voice of its spirit guide as it tries to navigate the journey of five school friends and reveal some dark secrets.
Manifesting your destiny may seem to be a far fledged claim. But, this workbook written by Darren Marc and illustrated by Joan Coleman provides a road map for the same.