Translated from the Marathi by Vikrant Pande, Karmachari by VP Kale reveals the author’s complex psychological insight into the lives of ordinary people.
I Need to Pee by Neha Singh is much more than a simple book about the difficulties in accessing a decent washroom in our country. At a deeper level, it talks about the assertion of a basic right.
In her latest book, Lathika George explores what it means to be a farmer in India. She lets us into this beautiful world and a way of life that is now threatened by unscrupulous modern forces.
The Mermaid and Mrs. Hancock weaves a tale filled with myth and fantasy, set in Georgian England. Imogen Hermes Gowar’s debut novel is an enticing read!
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.
The valiant queen of Jhansi finds expression in a beautifully illustrated tale by Sonia Mehta. This Rani Lakshmibai biography is a great way to meet the queen who still inspires awe.
Split- a life by Taslima Nasrin continues the chronicling of the eventful journey of the author who is known for her forthright and bold views against established
There is no better way to expose children to the rich natural heritage of our country, than by reading wildlife fiction books, notes renowned author Deepak Dalal.
A rich text environment can be a tool to encourage a love for print and encourage literacy in children. It simply involves incorporating print in the child’s immediate environment.
Lore of the land: Storytelling traditions of India by Nalini Ramachandran delves into the dynamic world of Indian stories