Dhanishta is a freelance writer, going strong on a quest to explore a variety of topics and avenues for generating purposeful content. A self-confessed bibliophile, she is the Founder of Bookedforlife.
Literature makes us more human as we learn about each other and the common threads that bind all of humanity. “When Morning Comes” by Arushi Raina adds to this powerful repertoire with a story that shows amongst other things, the resilience of
We live in times where mindfulness has to be a conscious exercise. Zentangle practitioners have found that this art form lends itself naturally to pure mindfulness!
Good stories surpass the dimension of time. They travel right into the core of human experience. Timeless literature indeed transcends time. But more than anything else, could it also be a tool for change?
The second part of the Patan trilogy, The Lord and Master of Gujarat brings a great Gujarati classic to an English reading audience. Translated by Ritu and Abhijit Kothari, the saga is all set to charm a new generation of readers.
Author Deepa Agarwal attempts to explore existential questions from the unique point of view of women, in her latest collection of short stories- You cannot have all the answers and other stories.
The 200th title from bestselling author and chairperson of the Infosys Foundation, Sudha Murty, presents a curated selection of her best works. Here, There and Everywhere is a collector’s delight.
In her debut novel, Kama, Jaya Misra imagines the life of Vatsyayana, the famed compiler of the Kama Sutra. Building a background to the story behind the Kama Sutra, she weaves a tale of love and lust…tragedy and
Anyone thinking about investing in stocks…or rather most of us who are ‘invested’ in the stock market need to take stock of our decisions…. The Autobiography of a Stock by Manoj Arora takes one though the entire process.
Set predominantly against the beautiful backdrop of Jammu, Return to Jammu by V. Raghunathan follows the story of a young boy Balan, but echoes many universal themes.
There is a dearth of options when it comes to mystery stories for younger readers. But, Mira the Detective by Pavithra Sankaran fills in the gap beautifully!