About the book
'Terrific plot, a horrific crime! A disturbing story, narrated superbly’ —SUJOY GHOSH, Director – Kahaani
It was just another day in Pune. Just another morning. Until a man decided otherwise. And left an entire city horrified . . . scared . . . angry . . . baying for blood. This is the
What the book holds
I know Ganga as a river. When I watched the Mahabharata series, I came to know Ganga as Bheeshma’s mother. I never knew Ganga as a person, or as a goddess. Anuja Chandramouli ultimately brought the best of Ganga in this book.
Ganga, born to Himavan and Mena,
With the success of the second in his Peshwa series, The Peshwa: War of the Deceivers doing so well, Ram Sivasankaran is over the moon. As well he should, because his writing is captivating and borders on nostalgia. The man of the moment agreed to do a little write-up about
The Story of the Reserve Bank of India is a treasure trove of knowledge. The book with its huge database of artefacts about the RBI as a whole, is just surreal. Strikingly unique in its approach, diving deep into the rich and diverse history of RBI, leaving no stones unturned