An exhibit that travels in time and looks for links between India and the world. India and the World: A History in Nine Stories gently leads you to look at India in a refreshingly new manner.
Have you ever wanted to live in a Hobbit house or join the Fellowship of the Ring in your wildest dreams? Well, with this Lord of the Rings merchandise you can live a part of those dreams.
There is much more to tidying books than getting dust off them. Are you ready for some life-changing magic?
Bhakti Mathur’s Amma Take Me to Tirupati takes children on an exploration of the places we worship. The mesmerising Tirupati Balaji temple comes alive!
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.
Family businesses in India form a major part of the country’s economy. In The Inheritors, Sonu Bhasin takes a behind-the-scenes look at the dynamics of family-owned businesses.
Considered to be great examples of American literature, Mark Twain’s books are appealing because of the sense of adventure his characters evoke.
A boarding school series makes one all nostalgic! The Hill School Girls follows the exciting and challenging school lives of the four main characters.