In Ten Indian Art Mysteries That Have Never Been Solved, author Mamta Nainy deftly delves into perplexing puzzles of Indian art history, where the readers are duly invited to become detectives in their own right!
“Live Your Best Life” Dr. Amrinder Bajaj has a clear message- “menopause is the end of menstruation, not the end of the world”.
Khwaja Ahmed Abbas’ Sone Chandi Ke Buth rekindles the enigma of authentic writing on Indian cinema, straight from the heart!
Four board books open a window into the lives of women in science whose travails and stories will continue to inspire the youngest of children!
Mai: Silently Mother by Geetanjali Shree is a novel that allows for silent contemplation, raising many philosophical and existential issues, gently weaving them into the story of a mother.
The Tiger of the River takes young readers into the fertile belt of the mighty river Kaveri through the eyes of the magnificent mahseer.
Gods of the Gods: Dimensions Book Three by Abhishek merges science fiction with views of a dystopian future, held together by a refreshed take on what is good and evil.
‘Color and Learn with little Bajo’ is an interactive and informative activity-based introduction to Indian classical music for children.
A memoir that talks about the author’s lived experience with the bipolar condition, Chemical Khichidi is in part a self-help guide, and a very personal narrative about the nuances of living with a mental health condition.
AdiDev Press brings three board books for toddlers that introduce significant saints and the values they stand for in a simply, aesthetic and accessible manner.