The Glory of Patan, the first part of a fascinating trilogy by K.M. Munshi, one of the greatest Gujarati writers of all times, casts a spell in the historical fiction genre.
Chromolithographs are the forgotten prints that tell the tale not only of a beautiful print form but also of early advertising. Interestingly, the story unfurls in colonial India.
An investigative journalist peeks behind impenetrable prison walls, and comes out with stories from the other side. Behind Bars depicts personal narratives of the famous, infamous and unknown people who exist on the other side.
How does Peter Mukerjea spend his time in jail? How did Amar Singh’s four-day stint in jail leave an indelible impact? Is it all really black and white in Indian prisons? Sunetra Choudhury's latest book has some answers...
The Clothing of Books is a personal reflection on book jackets and covers, and their complex relationship with the author and reader.
Renowned crime reporter and investigative journalist Sheela Raval talks about her book “Godfathers of Crime” and her experiences in this fascinating and dangerous realm.
Enchantico, India’s first book-subscription box for children has been spreading its magic for a while now.
Bahubali is the present...The Rise of Sivagami opens the doors to stories from the fictional kingdom of Mahishmathi..
Frantumaglia takes a peek into the writing life of the elusive Elena Ferrante
Banoo Batliboi’s book sculptures…creating art, page by page and book by book….