We often feel like running away into the arms of nature from our humdrum urban existence. Creating Sanctuary shows us that this natural haven can well exist in our own backyard!
Sarang Mahajan’s Luwan of Brida is the first novel set in Inkredia, an original fantasy universe. Luwan of Brida is the first book set in this magical land.
Storywallah is more than a collection of short stories. It presents a delightful assortment of authentic voices from India.
Pralay- The Great Deluge mixes history and fantasy to create a saga that cuts across the dimensions of time.
Work as we know it is undergoing a massive change and redefinition. Its future is very different. “The Radically Changing Nature of Work, Workers and Workplaces” takes a peek in the workspace of the future.
Master Opportunity and Make it Big dissects success through the lens of opportunity. Packed with case studies and simple tips, this one is a helpful read!
What defines India? The answer to this is not easy…maybe not even completely possible. However, Jahnvi Lakhota Nandan attempts this herculean task by looking at India through the lens of product design in Pukka Indian: 100 Objects that Define India.
We live in times where mindfulness has to be a conscious exercise. Zentangle practitioners have found that this art form lends itself naturally to pure mindfulness!
Good stories surpass the dimension of time. They travel right into the core of human experience. Timeless literature indeed transcends time. But more than anything else, could it also be a tool for change?
The second part of the Patan trilogy, The Lord and Master of Gujarat brings a great Gujarati classic to an English reading audience. Translated by Ritu and Abhijit Kothari, the saga is all set to charm a new generation of readers.