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,
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
What the book holds for us
You are aware of the title 'The Diary on the Fifth Floor.' What is so intriguing about this diary? And what about that fifth floor? Is there a connection between fifth floor and a dairy? And where exactly is this fifth floor?
Savannah Khanna is on
“Home is the nicest word there is." - Laura Ingar Wilder
Most of us would find ourselves in agreement with the author of the above quote. After a hard day at work don’t we all want to return to the comfort of our own homes? And in fact, it gives us a greater sense