In Ganga: The Constant Goddess, the author has attempted to carve Ganga's story right from her birth in primeval times to a time Kaliyug appears.
Mental health relates to emotional, psychological and social well-being. This book, What Mina Did, discusses and explores the subject methodically.
Told in Mata Hari’s voice through her final letter, The Spy is the unforgettable story of a woman who dared to defy convention and who paid the ultimate price.
Beyond (words) and Between (the lines) is an ambrosial anthology of poems which strike a chord with our frozen minds with their aesthetic narrative and profound meanings.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD is a mental health condition that comes into the picture after the patient experiences a terrifying event. It is this mental health problem which has been represented in this book and forms the central theme of 'What Mina Did'
Whom Should I Trust is a simple tale of a girl Elena who is entangled in the web of lies and love and finds it hard to decide whether whom should she trust.
Letters are one of the ancient and most beautiful forms of communication. The Last Love Letter by Kulpreet Yadav is yet another manifestation of the timeless beauty of letters.
The Curse of Anuganga is set in the small village of Nandivardhana around Vakataka-Gupta period. How a murder mystery in the past would be solved forms the backbone of the book.
Read this to know the review of The Immortal Talks Book 1 in this guest post by Vgetfresh on Bookish Fame.
High School Queens (Book 1) is a fast-paced and riveting account of the typical American High-School Drama where the author explores the variety of issues teenagers face while growing up.
The Indian culture has been obsessed with the astrology and predictions pertaining to life and death based on the position of stars and celestial bodies. It is this astrology fanaticism which forms the spine of the book Sidereal Destiny.
Stuck between accepting our true self and trying to mold and fit into others' frames of expectations, we certainly spend our entire lives fidgeting with the two contrasting thoughts.
Author T. Sathish is an avid sports fan who writes columns regularly in a sports magazine. Here we bring to you a sneak peek into his life and views on books and reading.
Where Will Man Take Us? is an elaborate account of how mankind is impacted by the highly advanced automation. In the moment of expeditiously changing landscape, how far we'll go?