Michelle Obama's memoir Becoming was one of the best books of 2020. Now, there is a young readers' edition for 12+ readers.
GST for the Layman is an empowering read in a society that does not encourage women to be financially aware and keeps them out of financial decisions.
Milind Soman speaks with almost brutal honesty in his book Made in India, co-authored by Roopa Pai, about his life from his 'Marathi mulga' origins to what he is now.
Mandira Bedi has always broken stereotypes, and spoke about all of that after she recently published her book Happy For No Reason, which takes an insightful look at her life.
After her mother's death, a restless young girl goes on a journey to the beautiful but troubled land of Kashmir. The story of her travel is the story of The Far Field.
We asked our readers what were the books that stayed with them. Here are five books from the past decade by women authors are must reads!
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