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.
One remarkable life. Two narratives woven together to create a tapestry of the life and times of one exceptional woman- The Begum -Ra’ana Liaquat Ali
Vibrantly illustrated by tribal artists from across India, “a tree!”, published by Katha Books, is much more than a picture book. It is cry for survival- written in a manner that can be heard by a child.
The Music of Chance by Paul Auster is a phenomenal book, with many allusions to philosophy. It reads like a cutting-edge fairy tale!
If there was ever a writer who is prolific in his work, he would top the list. There is one thing about Ruskin Bond books that I truly believe in- there is always something for everyone in his repertoire!
Experience the blooming romance of two young, passionate lovers who come transform the definition of love for each other, in Tanaz Bhathena’s The Beauty of the Moment.