We all ‘know’ the story of the Ramayana. However, what if the events that happened therein were true, but the motives thereof something you could never have thought about? The Ramayana Secret reimagines the epic, delivering an ‘epic’ alternate
Venice lives up to every hype and cliché associated with it. But, did you know that it used to be a hub for bookmaking? We get booked in Venice to know
Get off that Camel is a delightful story about a child who loves her toy camel so much, that it converts into an obsession of sorts. But then, everything has to have closure someday. How does she ‘let go’? Or, does
Fables and stories find expression in the book inspired décor of Fable, an all-day café in Mumbai. Designed by Minnie Bhatt, Creative Director, Minnie Bhatt Design, the environ of Fable takes you through a literary
Marie Kondo is a household name now, synonymous with a decluttered, minimalist and Zen-like lifestyle. Her popular show on Netflix and her best-selling books on her unique style of decluttering, cements her relevance in a world of too
Do you indulge in the highest form of self-care the first thing in the morning? A morning ritual, as this book shows, has the potential to change your life
The 5 AM Club by Robin Sharma shows that owning your mornings and starting them off in an exemplary manner may well be the path to
A poignant and beautifully crafted novel for young adults, The Lies We Tell by Himanjali Sankar combines romance, suspense, a love triangle, intrigue and angst.
Family owned businesses are the cornerstone of any economy. Since time immemorial, family businesses, big or small have made their presence felt. In a new book, Walter Vieira and Mita Dixit look at this age-old institution through a modern lens.
The impeding elections in the second quarter of this year seem to have (rightly so) motivated the release of several books discussing Indian politics and politicians. Didi: The Untold Mamata Banerjee by Shutapa Paul follows this trend and is interesting just like the protagonist