Can love really be so powerful? I am sitting with this book in one hand and this diary in other. I don't know what phase of life I am in. There is a bit of past that always hurts me, there is a bit of foresight into future that fills
Myth-busting suddenly seems to be the in-thing in nonfiction. We had Shashi Tharoor recently busting the myth of how the British helped build the idea of a nation called India (You can read more here). Then we have William Dalrymple & Anita Anand’s Kohinoor: The Story of the World’s Most
Think With Me is a deep thought out conversation about fundamental problems accruing in these five areas - political leadership, population growth, education, media and religion, that are somewhat hindering the growth of our nation. We all will surely agree that our country is progressing but amidst the growth, there are
They say that one must not judge the book by its cover but the cover of this book demands your absolute undivided attention. On a beige background, the bright red and yellow catch your eyes and the title is personified in the image.
Draupadi is undoubtedly one of the most pivotal,