Relics from the past as well as memorabilia from the current world of Potter merge seamlessly in Harry Potter A History of Magic, an ongoing exhibit at the New-York Historical Society.
We have been fed tales from Indian mythology since childhood. But, what if these were retold from a different point of view? What if things need not always be as they are made out to be?
The agitation by Dongria Kondhs in Niyamgiri area of Odisha inspires Year of the Weeds by Siddhartha Sarma, a powerful novel about the fight for survival.
What is your Personal Share Price? In ‘The Liberated Manager”, Stuart Drew offers an insightful look into what managers in today’s workplaces can bring to the table.
Best-selling novelist Lee Child is back with another gripping tale. Past Tense follows Jack Reacher as he takes a dip into nostalgia, uncovering suspicious gaps that need to be filled.
In The City of Nine Gates, Pankaj Rajput explores many deep Vedic concepts. What have sages realized that we still haven’t?
Shillong Times by Nilanjan P Choudhury explores the issues of identity- that of being an outsider versus being an insider. Set in the beautiful town of Shillong in the 1980’s the book tells a tale that surpasses the boundaries of time, as these topics remain as relevant today, not only in India but also over the world.
All through the ages human beings have always moved to greener pastures, often at much personal cost. The Rainbow Acres by Simrita Dhir tells two parallel stories of migrant experiences underscoring the fact that much above issues of identity and nationality that we often quibble about, there is a broader element of humanity.
Growing a more glorious garden requires much more than a green thumb. A garden is a living ecosystem that takes time and patience to develop. Here are some rules for your own personal paradise…
Ninja Nani and the Mad Mummy Mix up by Lavanya Karthik adds to Duckbill’s series about our most favourite ‘Nani’- the one who has the most amazing superpowers!