A story of love, loss and second chances by Nikita Singh, releasing this Valentine’s Day.
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Shivya Nath’s The Shooting Star begins as journey for the self along with being a travel memoir, and towards the end, the self is better understood and reconciled with.
The Birth of Kali celebrates the spirit of pluralism and fluidity in Indian myths, retelling them from the perspective of 9 feminist feminist voices that speak of inner feelings not usually addressed.
Ira Mukhoty brings us hitherto unknown stories of the royal Mughal women in Daughters of the Sun, some of who would have made better emperors than their men.
There’s never a dull moment in ‘When Padma Bani Paula’, Anupama Jain’s debut novel. A coming of age story of our troubled heroine, sidestepping but not always missing the puddles in her way.
Sujatha Gidla writes a powerful account of a life lived under the shadow of the caste system, and the bone crushing poverty and inequity that comes with it.
Ira Mukhoty’s Heroines brings to us stories of the many great women of India from both mythology and history.
This Akshay Kumar viral video is making news, in which he slams the #BangaloreMolestation case. But what about his movies that people emulate?
Manu S Pillai's The Ivory Throne: Chronicles of The House of Travancore is an insightful book about the royals of Kerala and their customs.
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