« Every day, an unseen form of labour creeps into our lives, stealing precious moments of free time, placing a strain on our schedules and relationships, and earning neither appreciation nor compensation in return. Scheduling doctor’s appointments. Planning a party. Buying a present. Filling out paperwork. This labour is ‘life -admin’- the kind of secretarial and managerial work necessary to run a life and a household »
This beautifully crafted travel memoir brings the vibrant landscape surrounding Mount Kailash and Lake Mansarovar alive, pointing at journeys within...and journeys without!
Sitayana highlights the genius of Amit Majmudar who gives a modern twist to a timeless saga keeping the essence intact. The contemporary linguistics, scenes at the forefront and minute details convince the reader that 'life is all about understanding the small things!'
In the midst of the election season we should be used to the idea of manifestos! How about one that completely changes the way you’ll look at politics- the Oxygen Manifesto
Manto, a Biographical drama based on the famous Urdu author Saadat Hasan Manto, written and directed by Nandita Das, is a story that is probably more relevant today than ever before. It defines what ‘mantoness’ is all about…
We remember her as the fresh face from Aashiqui who won over the hearts of fans at the time. Anu Agarwal’s fame was short in duration, but she left a deep impact. Why did she leave the scene? What made her turn into spirituality? What was that one moment that changed her life forever? Anusual tells it all in her own words.
Set against the backdrop of partition, A Gujarat Here, A Gujarat There by Krishna Sobti chronicles the journey of a sharp young woman who boldly negotiates her way through a time of immense change.
Welcome to a new kind of jungle- the green indoors! Nothing quite matches the joy of having living décor in your home. Living Décor by Maria Colletti gently guides the reader into the nitty-gritties and aesthetics of using plants to liven up your home.
The pursuit of the famed American Dream is a common literary theme. But, what about the Indian experience of the American dream? Here is a novel that poignantly touches on this theme....