The Little Book of Secrets collects Gibran's writings on practical wisdom for daily life, both in community and solitude.
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.
Just Feelings is a brief account of how a troubled past comes haunting our present and affects the decisions of our lives.
The Masquerade Party Incident is the story of a scientist who brings forth innovative ideas for the safety of women and other challenges, in general.
Moment of Signal refers to the capacity to be conscious of yourself, others, and the environment. It is such moments which have a crucial role and a high value attached to them that has been talked about in this book.
Popular vs unpopular books. The competition is biased and fierce. Are you proud of reading not trending?
Infinity is the journey of Earth from her creation to this moment, as received from her. This book is an endeavor to convey the true purpose of human existence through time and beyond.
Love, fate & hope are the three touchstones of our lives. It is this idea of sticking by these three vital thoughts, which has been portrayed in the collection of poems, Love, Fate & Hope.
Alumni of the Year is a trip down the memory lane of our childhood. It is also an accurate representation of the machine we human beings are becoming today.
Self-love in the tremendously competitive scenario of social media is crucial for surviving and thriving.
“Shadows of the Past” takes you to the crossroads where coincidence meets luck, miracle meets destiny, on the thin line between the strange and the eerie.
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.