Lore of the land: Storytelling traditions of India by Nalini Ramachandran delves into the dynamic world of Indian stories
Mother Earth, Sister Seed is best seen as an agrarian travelogue. It presents a first-hand look at farming in India, opening our eyes to a lifestyle that is worth pursuing.
Shabnam Minwalla’s latest book, What Maya Saw, is a thriller for young adults that envelopes the reader into a hunt that takes them right into the heart of Bombay.
Feather Tales: The Paradise Flycatcher by Deepak Dalal is the third book in Feather Tales series. It involves a hair-raising adventure to save a rare white-headed squirrel. Not to mention the wonderful evocation of Indian wildlife!
Coco Chanel was a woman whose words had as much enigma as her designs and creations. Here are some Coco Chanel quotes and books on the leading lady of fashion!
What can a little fish do when every other fish thinks his dream is impossible? Fly little Fish is a lesson in self-reliance!
Dream Big, a book on financial literary reiterates that every individual is entitled to make an unlimited amount of money. After all, it is all about good investment habits.
The Doodle Soup, an independent e-store by Keya Shah is making waves on the internet thanks to literary inspired doddles on a variety of products.
One Dark Cloud, a counting book transcends counting to engage young readers in appreciating the beauty of art.
Gaurav Tekriwal, Founder President of the Vedic Maths Forum India, is all set to counter the increasing negativity and fear towards math education, one sum at a time!