In this retelling of Govardhanram Tripathi's sprawling magnum opus, Saraswatichandra, Sameer Acharya makes accessible and brings to life for a modern readership one of Indian literature's great classics.
The Assassinations is an evocative tale centered on the times of 1984 in India. Read the review to know more.
Recently, I had the pleasure to interview a young author, Sean Fesko, from America who has been into writing for a long time now. Read to know more about this amazing person where he talks about his work and passion.
The book promises to be the game changer with the scientific ideas it offers for changing society and making it a better place for the people to live.
In The Peshwa, It is a battle of wits and skill, and the greatest deceiver of them all will prevail.
Neer, the head priest of the Himalayas, is troubled by the horrifying visions in his dream. On Ganga Maiyya's behest, he embarks on a journey to the doomed island of Bali. How will the action unfold?
Traditional eating habits are a delicious roadmap to a happier, healthier, kinder you. This book is an amalgamation of many of those old-school ideas that modern nutrition is now trying to catch up with.
Teenage is a sensitive phase of one's life where one undergoes several changes, both physical and emotional. The author retraces his years of teenage in his debut fiction book Day And Night On A Milestone.
Book Publishing is an evolving industry in India that is growing by leaps and bounds. BESTSELLER sharply remarks at the inside happenings of the publishing industry in a very humorous tone.
How will AI evolve and what major innovations are on the horizon? What will its impact be on the job market, economy, and society?
Wonderful characters, dialogues and fascinating prose makes this story a must read. Learn how Miles found his way out the labyrinth of loss finding his Great, with Looking for Alaska.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower’ is an epistolary novel, where the narrator is a young introvert boy called Charlie. The story revolves around series of letters written by Charlie to an anonymous person mentioning his experiences.
Being a non-fiction book, it is difficult for every reader to strike a chord with it. Moreover, the book is more suitable for people belonging to the working class. However, to gain an insight into the importance of innovation at workplaces this book could be read.