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.
Marie Kondo is a household name now, synonymous with a decluttered, minimalist and Zen-like lifestyle. Her popular show on Netflix and her best-selling books on her unique style of decluttering, cements her relevance in a world of too
The 5 AM Club by Robin Sharma shows that owning your mornings and starting them off in an exemplary manner may well be the path to
Family owned businesses are the cornerstone of any economy. Since time immemorial, family businesses, big or small have made their presence felt. In a new book, Walter Vieira and Mita Dixit look at this age-old institution through a modern lens.
The impeding elections in the second quarter of this year seem to have (rightly so) motivated the release of several books discussing Indian politics and politicians. Didi: The Untold Mamata Banerjee by Shutapa Paul follows this trend and is interesting just like the protagonist
Today, more than ever before there is a need for the right kind of sex education for children. With all kinds of information available at the click of a mouse, parents need to ensure that kids have access to correct, age-appropriate
Godsong by Amit Majmudar is a beautifully crafted poetic translation of the Bhagavad Gita that will surely be a timeless addition to your library! The reader can return to it time and again, dipping into the wisdom it
Travelling changes your life. Nowhere is this more apparent than in Shivya Nath’s compelling debut, The Shooting Star. The digital nomad gently urges the reader to look at the world in a way they’ve never done
Fantasy blends in seamlessly with elements of daily life in the works of Haren Vakil, at an ongoing exhibition at ARTISANS Gallery at Kala Ghoda,
Vincent Van Gogh’s infamous instance of cutting his ear off, was followed by a year in an asylum. Starry Night: Van Gogh at the Asylum describes the artist’s year of
It is ‘Naughty at Forty”…but when you approach the fifties, how does life change so suddenly? Or, does it? Feisty at Fifty by Sudha Menon takes a hilarious look at the half-century