Three Thousand Stitches by Sudha Murty is a collection of 11 short stories inspired by the author's life.
Work Hard-ly, as the name suggests, is a book that trains you to earn adulation despite working for a bare minimum.
Wasted in Engineering by Prabhu Swaminathan is an interesting commentary on the education system of India with a focus on engineering.
From Regular to Remarkable by Dr. Roopleen Prasad is a book of 365 motivational quotes to brighten up your days.
The Chennai Killings by Chital Mehta is an atmospheric crime thriller told with multiple POVs.
Pilgrim Nation is an insightful account of 32 holy sites of India that includes the likes of Delhi and Manali too.
The Apple by Devashish Sardana is the story of Queen Azura guarding the secret garden of Eden that houses the apple of immortality
The Crown of Seven Stars is a magnificent tale with concepts such as courage, destiny, and self-awareness strung together.
Irrationally Passionate by Jason Kothari is a fine account of a nobody becoming one of the top-paying executives of India, of becoming an outstanding businessman.
Keep this little book by your bedside, or your desk, or on your kitchen shelf, and turn to it from time to time.
Bankers' Game by Ashutosh Mishra is a contemporary fiction novel focussing on the top global banks and their insider stories.
Prelude to a Riot is a seemingly impressive novel about the impending riot in India.
A Salesperson's Honeymoon by Avinash Kunchurkar is a short read describing the concept of salesmoon curve and how can it help to ease our lives.
The Chemical Drones is a fun book that makes an excellent attempt at indulging our children in reading books in the digital era.
Kailash Dwara by author Vishesh is a gripping account of enigma surrounding the Kailash, the doors of which were closed for Danavas around five thousand years ago.
The Legitimacy of Power is a brilliant account of how the Security Council, the all-powerful UN body for maintaining world peace came into being and how the five permanent powers continue to leverage it to their own benefit.