“Every plant has something to offer”- experience this beautiful truth as you read ‘A Little Book of Magical Plants’ by Ruskin Bond
It’s a delight to see a Katha Book on a much-loved theme- Haiku and allied forms of poetry. Poetry has been embedded in our collective consciousness and this collection picks some true gems from about 35 Indian poets.
The way our brains are wired, it seems that there are a lot of internal mechanisms at play that prevent us from thinking clearly. However, it doesn’t always have to be that way! Here’s a book that will guide you on how to master the art of clear thinking.
"The Great Game" was a political and diplomatic confrontation during the 19th century between the British Empire and the Russian Empire over Afghanistan and neighbouring territories in Central and South Asia. What role did maps and mapping play in this? What was the significance of the brave Indian pundits in this adventure?
It’s a manual for good living and can carve your way to achieving whatever you want from life. Radhakrishnan Pillai brings evergreen wisdom from Chanakya Neeti to modern readers.
We may be all too familiar with the bull and the bear... but the equity world is made up of many more animals. Ready for the trip to the wild? Well, chuck the binoculars and put on your reading glasses for this one!
The heinous practice of female infanticide, gender discrimination at its height and both enforced by a female patriarch are the crux of the novel The Abandoned Daughter, which is set in British India of the late 1800's.
Shakespeare said, ‘the old order changeth, giving way to the new’. In the context of the modern workforce, do old rules of recruitment and retention of employees still hold true? Not with the millennials...claims a book, based on comprehensive research and case analysis.