Vincent Van Gogh’s infamous instance of cutting his ear off, was followed by a year in an asylum. Starry Night: Van Gogh at the Asylum describes the artist’s year of
Explore the hidden perspectives of Indian mythological characters through the eyes of the untouchable Vanara, in Anand Neelakanthan’s latest
It is ‘Naughty at Forty”…but when you approach the fifties, how does life change so suddenly? Or, does it? Feisty at Fifty by Sudha Menon takes a hilarious look at the half-century
How can a much-loved piano turn into a monster? In a new hOle book, Peanut vs the Piano narrates a story that will resonate deeply with children
BookWorm, one of the most popular Mcleod Ganj Bookshops has one sole mission-to promote a love for reading. Do visit this haven if you're a reading
What is the ‘self’? In a poignantly written literary science book, The Man Who Wasn’t There, Anil Ananthaswamy explores the maladies of the
Queen of Ice is the moving story of Didda, a lame princess, who against numerous odds, goes on to become the powerful queen of prosperous Kashmira during the early medieval time of Indian
Let Christmas books for children line up shelves…let the joy of reading infuse the festive season. With these classics, you can never go wrong. These reads have withstood the test of time. Are you ready for a bookish Christmas?