Second Wind by Minal Arora is a spiritual romance fiction that follows Rahul as he searches for his lost love, Maaya. In his directionless quest, he comes to unveil himself and be one with his core.
Paropakarita ki Parakaashtha by Priyanka Jayaswal is a contemporary fiction set around Maghav who is well known to help others around him. But to what extent is this justified?
Dhi's Parables of Divine Transformation by Saudamini Mishra is a collection of short stories that speak of transforming oneself.
Queen of Earth by Devika Rangachari is a historical fiction set around the ninth-century queen of Odisha, Prithvimahadevi.
Dopehri is a wonderfully evocative work of great charm, wry humour and quiet power, a story that readers will fall in love with.
Ghachar Ghochar is a novella bringing alive the mundane activities of an Indian family that has transitioned from a poor to a wealthy household.
Secrets of the Seers by Tina Sadhwani is a fictional account of a seemingly true story. It is about an ordinary monk, Suka, who eventually becomes the chosen initiate.
We bring to you an interview with the author Devashish Sardana, author of The Apple, where he spoke candidly about his book and his literary success.
Tootan by Ashutosh Asthana is a very emotional story highlighting the orthodox society and its stand against inter-caste marriage.
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.
We bring to you an exclusive interview with author Anand Sivakumaran who recently released his debut book Natasha Mehra Must Die. He is a writer and director based in India.
Anyone who has a penchant for informative and educative stuff should find this book very interesting. One would savor it to quench his appetite for knowledge. Catch the whole review here.
A lyrical narrative wrapped in the comely emotion of love, a heartwarming story, a heart-breaking story, a painfully beautiful story - To Naddiyaa.
Hungry Gods by Richa Lakhera left me wordless and cringing each time something unexpected happened. For something to blow your mind, Read this amazingly and ruthlessly woven book!
The book is all about a poor but brilliant guy Shravan and his determination. The narration is nice along with the development of characters. Read the full review here!
The Blue Moon Day encompasses the stories of five men who are en route to discover their purpose in life. Check the whole review here.