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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.
Thukpa For All gently weaves in multiple themes: the story of a visually impaired child who confidently and independently manages himself, a story about a close-knit neighbourhood community as well as a window into the exquisite beauty of Ladakh.
Vibhuti Cat by Shikhandin, published by Duckbill Books, is a story about a differently abled child and how he sets off on the path to personal growth armed with his love for art and a loving
Author Deepa Agarwal attempts to explore existential questions from the unique point of view of women, in her latest collection of short stories- You cannot have all the answers and other stories.
This picture book on insects takes the young reader into the world of creepy-crawlies, looking at them with a new lens. The Insect Boy by Shobha Viswanath and Monami Roy looks at insects through the eyes of a child.
The 200th title from bestselling author and chairperson of the Infosys Foundation, Sudha Murty, presents a curated selection of her best works. Here, There and Everywhere is a collector’s delight.
In her debut novel, Kama, Jaya Misra imagines the life of Vatsyayana, the famed compiler of the Kama Sutra. Building a background to the story behind the Kama Sutra, she weaves a tale of love and lust…tragedy and
How does a mother handle a situation when her son wants to pursue an activity traditionally done only by women in the community? Sadiq wants to stitch is a heart-warming tale that shows how gender norms can be