Bob Miglani and Rehan Yar Khan have come together to expel our preconceived notions regarding success and take us through a thrilling ride of making our own luck.
THINK DESIGN LIVE: How to Unblock Your Mind and Live Your Dreams by Pialee Mukherjee is a very well researched book that educates and informs in the right proportions.
Finding the Gaps is the book that contains Simon's secrets to success where he shares nuggets of wisdom.
Not Really Indian by Subhashini Prasad is a collection of ten short stories revolving around those who get to travel extensively and become third culture kids, eventually.
Supercop of Aryavrat is a historical fiction that, for the first time in the history of Indian literature, takes into account Krishna's voice in the entire chain of events leading to the great war of Mahabharat.
In Japan Made Easy Sandeep Goyal goes on to explore Japan through 101 keywords which aptly describe it.
No Regrets: The Guilt-Free Woman's Guide to a Good Life by Kaveree Bamzai is a wonderfully written book on how we women must unapologetically live our lives.
The Speaking Stone by Ratnadip Acharya takes us back in the early 20th century. Though the book starts with contemporary Mumbai, we are continuously made to alternate between the past and the present.
Marigold - the golden memories is a wonderful collection of eighteen short stories each with a distinct set of its characters and their raw emotions.
DEVI by Nag Mani is a book belonging to the horror genre, is meant to scare the shit out of you, but at the same time, it puts forth the ugly aspects of Indian culture.
That Thing About You is a sweet tale of a cheerful guy Subodh who works in an IT company. He is caught in the web of his delusions, struck with his indiscipline, confused about what he actually wants from his life.
'Mystical Tales for a Magical Life' is a collection of short stories narrated by the author in a refreshingly engaging manner.
The Monsters Still Lurk is a bittersweet saga of love, loss, aging and shifting family dynamics, and a keenly observed portrait of post-liberalization India that captures the zeitgeist of a rapidly evolving society.
Neil has done a good job at collecting Gibran's writings on love and relationships to compile and present it to modern readers in the form of 'Kahlil Gibran's Little Book of Love.'
Authored by the most influential Indian President yet, Ignited Minds delves into the obstacles that are preventing India from rising up to the challenge of development.