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.
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.
Thus Spoke Chanakya is a roadmap for understanding and applying the teachings of the great ‘kingmaker’ Chanakya. In simple lucid language easily suited for modern readers, Radhakrishnan Pillai decodes the ancient texts of ‘Arthashastra’ in the context of modern times.
Sandy to the Rescue by Rupa Gulab is another addition to the very popular “hOle books” series by Duckbill.
Namita Gokhale’s Paro: Dreams of Passion (1984) and Priya: Take Two (2011) combine in a single flip book. A social commentary of sorts viewed through the lens of two different decades in time.
A new initiative, Stick.Lit makes a bold attempt to make literature more accessible to the common man. It aims to remove the elitism associated with literary works.
MokshaShots by Jenny Bhatt is not just any comic book. It has social commentary presented in a unique arty way, laced with humour.
Soul Warrior, a mythic fantasy novel by Falguni Kothari, turns the mythic fantasy genre on its head by weaving an exciting rendition of characters from the Mahabharata into an epic tale.
Bilingual books are a great way to introduce your mother tongue or regional language to your child. Pridhee Kapoor Gupta, Founder and CEO, T4Tales takes us through her publishing