Live your Best Life by Dr. Amrinder Bajaj

“Live Your Best Life” Dr. Amrinder Bajaj has a clear message- “menopause is the end of menstruation, not the end of the world”.

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Mai: Silently Mother by Geetanjali Shree 

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.

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Read more about the article Gods of the Gods: Dimensions Book Three by Abhishek 
Gods of the Gods: Dimensions Book Three by Abhishek 

Gods of the Gods: Dimensions Book Three by Abhishek 

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.

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Chemical Khichdi- How I hacked my Mental Health by Aparna Piramal Raje

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.

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Read more about the article Soli Sorabjee: Life and Times. An Authorised Biography by Abhinav Chandrachud
Soli Sorabjee: Life and Times. An Authorised Biography by Abhinav Chandrachud

Soli Sorabjee: Life and Times. An Authorised Biography by Abhinav Chandrachud

This well researched biography places Soli Sorabjee in the centre and through him also speaks about the times he lived in, and indeed the values he lived for!

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Masala and Murder by Patrick Lyons

Masala and Murder by Patrick Lyons begins in Australia with the supposedly natural death of an upcoming Bollywood starlet. Will investigator Samson Ryder get to the bottom of it all?

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