A collection of short stories by Eka Kurniawan revolve around morbid and peculiar actions of seemingly ‘normal’ people. Kitchen Curse is a fascinating glimpse into their minds…
Financial Affairs of The Common Man: Master the Art of Personal Finance Management by Anil Lamba is almost like a godsend in this day of conflicting information.
Do you need to read the Bhagavad Gita to children for them to understand it? While this could be done with older kids, a new book brings Gita for children in form of stories they can relate to.
Parenting teens comes with its unique set of challenges. Devasena Desai and Brinda Jayaraman demystify this journey in a helpful guide.
Sayed Haider Raza- An autobiography published by Katha Books brings a much-loved painter back to life. The book opens up the world of Raza for children.
As Pheadrus has said, “Things are not always as they seem, the first appearance deceives many!”. Join the six Aladia sisters on their bold journey from a small village in pre-independent India to the present day as a journalist unravels the many layers of their lives.