The Poison of Love by K. R. Meera is a contemporary novel set around its protagonist Tulsi and her decayed, eventually dead, love.
The Crown of Seven Stars is a magnificent tale with concepts such as courage, destiny, and self-awareness strung together.
With Love, a beautiful book covered in purple cover, is a collection of letters centered on death, love, relationships, emotions, and several other themes.
How to Be a Likeable Bigot by Naomi Datta has the characteristic tongue in cheek language and oodles of sharp wit sarcasm dripping on each page which would immensely entertain you.
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.
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?
Red Card by Kautuk Srivastava brings out the beauty of being in an important phase of one's life i.e. Teenage.
Magic has been hiding at the edges of reality all along. And it would come out in open in The Children of Destruction.
Flowers on the Path is a bunch of articles by Sadhguru which provides insight into the realm of spirituality.