If there was ever a writer who is prolific in his work, he would top the list. There is one thing about Ruskin Bond books that I truly believe in- there is always something for everyone in his repertoire!
Experience the blooming romance of two young, passionate lovers who come transform the definition of love for each other, in Tanaz Bhathena’s The Beauty of the Moment.
Mehboob Murderer, which is journalist Nupur Anand's debut novel, revolves around a mass shooting in a cafe. Who killed the six people in a Parsi café? Why is the murderer…
Delve into the vintage mystery of a lost treasure with Uttiyo Bhattacharya’s debut novel Ba’az of the Bengal Lancers.
Nature has always been at the centre of Ruskin bond’s writing. In A Little Book of Flowers he pays homage to the beautiful flowers of India. A precious keepsake for the nature lover!
A melange of art and literature, a confluence of random thoughts which will propel you to derive your own meaning…Doab Dil is a work you can truly make your own.
« 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