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.
Katha Publishers give a voice to the stories of girls who have braved little or big challenges. My Big Book of Girls edited by Geeta Dharmarajan is a short but inspiring picture book.
Skills that Build, a life-skill series by Gayatri Kalra Sehgal is a treasure-trove of activities that parents and children can do together. Building life-skills in different areas is the wonderful side-effect of these timeless editions!
We are excited about a new series of non-fiction books from Duckbill. 10 Indian Animals you may never see again in the wild by Ranjit Lal packs in loads of information and oodles of humour in a fantastic package.
The Partition Museum at Amritsar is a museum and memorial to one of the largest mass migrations in the world. The Museum takes a very human view at this historical event that impacted the lives of millions of
The fictional diary of Nur Jahan...peeking into the thoughts of the most powerful Mughal queen is a fictional journey you will relish as you read The Teenage Diary of Nur Jahan by Deepa Agarwal.
Politics is seen as a dirty word. But, for a rising young country, it is imperative that the youth look at politics with a new eye. In The Young and The Restless, Gurmehar Kaur highlights the link between youth and politics in India, through detailed interviews with young politicians.
Yes, this was an occurrence that shook the entire business community. Tata Versus Mistry by Deepali Gupta chronicles the saga of one of the most talked about events in corporate India.
One of the joys of online communities revolves around sharing experiences. A Mother’s Promise is an e-book that highlights some really touching and poignant thoughts on motherhood.
Osian’s Group has opened up a window into the fascinating world of Vintage & Classic Automobiles. We take a peek into the magnificent auction catalogue, a collector’s item in itself!
The Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle is an evergreen classic for children. What is it that makes this simple story so endearing even after decades?