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Top 10 Poetry Books Of The Month | March [Editor’s Choice]

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‘Khalil Gibran once said ‘Poetry is a deal of joy and pain and wonder, with a dash of the dictionary.’

Poetry is so important because it helps us understand and appreciate the world around us. Poetry’s strength lies in its ability to shed a “sideways” light on the world, so the truth sneaks up on you. No question about it. Poetry teaches us how to live.

Today we have handpicked ten books on poetry that you should definitely give a read.

1. Teething: A Story Told in Verse by Megha Rao

A story told in verse, Teething begins when Kochu, a young boy in Kerala, is caught kissing the neighbor’s son. All hell breaks loose, ending in Kochu taking his own life.
Years after the scandal, after discovering his suicide note, his oldest sister, Achu, sets out to uncover the mysteries of their dysfunctional family by putting pieces of their past back together. Along the way, she discovers things she never noticed – their mother’s brokenness and obsession with the church, their father’s disturbing secrecy inside the bedroom, and, of course, their own individual traumas that stopped time altogether. Soon, Achu realizes that none of them will ever truly grow up until they live their lives all over again, from the very beginning. Read More..

2. Elephants & Oceans by Aditi Singh

‘Elephants & Oceans’ is a poetic travel memoir that captures some of the big and small, dreamy and crazy, fast and lazy encounters of the author while traveling around the world.

Explore the mystical pagodas of Burma early morning, sled-ride with huskies through the dark jungles in Finland, camp in the desert with a Bedouin family in Jordan, or almost get trampled under the foot of a wild elephant; the vivid and intrepid descriptions will make each experience come alive and fill you with gratitude for life, even more, each time.

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3. Etchings of the First Quarter of 2020 by Sabarna Roy.

To readers of Sabarna Roy’s Random Subterranean Mosiac: 2012 – 2018, his latest slim and elegant volume titled Etchings of the First Quarter of 2020: Letters, Ideas, Conversations, and Poems comes as another delightful read. In this two-part volume, packaged with a selection of his poems, Roy explores the concepts of duality and constancy in discussions with his daughter. Presented as conversations over coffee and desserts, the talks extend to diverse topics with Lolita at one end and marine conservation at the other. In his poems, Roy and his alter-ego, Sandy, soothe and shock you in turns until you burst out of the last page, breathless and asking for more.
Sabarna Roy’s characters are all around us. He has Read More..

4. Darkness And Light by Mahevash Shaikh

This collection of original poetry deals with the sometimes crippling impacts of contemporary issues like depression, anxiety, trauma, capitalism, pandemic fatigue, and social media. It was serious, thought-provoking, humorous and calming at various points. I felt like I could relate to the author’s feelings and share in their experience through the writing. This book is something very special. Based on lived experience, Mahevash’s writing is real and relatable.

Darkness And Light is a collection of poems that explores common mental health problems and the strange, dysfunctional world we live in today. After all, mental health and Read More..

5. She: The Reality of Womanhood by Nivedita Karthik.

She: The reality of womanhood is a poetry collection all about “woman” that stands the test of time. The words penned in this collection were relevant yesterday, are relevant today, and will be relevant tomorrow. From the mental and physical to the spiritual and emotional, this collection of poems spans the gamut of womanhood and details the reality of being a woman.

Nivedita Karthik’s poetry has appeared in Glomag, The Society of Classical Poets, The Epoch Times, The Bamboo Hut, Eskimopie, The Sequoyah Cherokee River Journal, The Ekphrastic Review, Visual Verse, The Trouvaille Review, and The Poet (Christmas, Childhood, Faith, Friend & Friendship, and Adversity Read More..

6. In The Name Of Love And God by Varsha Khangwal

In the Name of Love and God has a mystical quality with the poems centering around life, love, death, friendship, spirituality and present a different perspective towards life, sometimes seen as rebellion. At the core of the poems are faith in the Almighty, an incessant search for the true self, human values, and the indefatigable spirit of man. Nature and its elements are a metaphor for the sentiments of deep love and longing.

In modern poetry, this type of poetic language is very rare. The poet will take you on a journey where you stumble across your own self and you will begin to contemplate more on the subject you will find yourself immersed in this poetry and will Read More..

7. Until We Unite by Harita Kansara

A book about love, longing, and letting go. If you have ever loved someone enough to let them go, this piece of art will touch your heart. Great pictures. An ocean of emotions jotted down to a few lines. Give it a try, you won’t be disappointed. Makes you read it in one go.

A book about love, longing, and letting go. If you have ever loved someone enough to let them go, this piece of art will touch your heart. An ocean of emotions jotted down to a few lines. Give it a try, you won’t be disappointed. This book defines this quote aptly, must read and feel love for yourself so you can spread it to others.
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8. Mirror Mine by Nikitha Agarwal

Mirror Mine is a collection of inspiring stories entangled with beautiful poems which drive you from life to love, from family to friends, and from challenges to fantasies. This book is a combination of every small to big feeling and emotion that is felt by a person.

Mirror Mine connects you to your original self and takes you into a world of peace and happiness. It makes you see beyond that’s visible; it makes you fly and cry, makes you feel lost, high and spiritual, and, most importantly, makes you fall in love with your own self. It will make you feel alive!

9. Prancing In The Void by Srishti

This book is a magnificent and elegant collection of poems, musings, and verses of rouse. The author divides the collection of poems into four parts. She expresses how she misses her old self – which she used to be, how she feels like a lost feather that never touches the ground, the darkness which surrounds her. She also states of her lover being far away who makes her feel like a moon yet she has her fears, the fear of saying a long goodbye. She also throws in the fact that with negativity, stigma, discrimination and denial in this cruel world, there is nothing pretty about having the right to live but still embraces the will to live as she hopes that by making a whole world as one society, we will stand as one.

10. Voice of the Soul by Shreyans Kanswa

How does it feel to lie just by yourself and delve into the silence. The silence is a path to a deeper self, a self that is unexplored. That same unexplored self can also be regarded as the soul.

While the time ticks on the clock, a bond with your soul is timeless. Such metaphors are rendered powerless when a conversation is created with oneself.

These poems mean more than just words, they scream soulfulness. It is rather weird that we go looking for answers outside when all that we have to do is seek deeper within ourselves. The poems are experiences that the poet Read More..

 


Book Prices

Teething: A Story Told in Verse Rs.249 (Paperback)
Elephants & Oceans Rs.430 (Paperback)
Etchings of the First Quarter of 2020 Rs.149 (Paperback)
Darkness And Light Rs.199 (Paperback)
She: The Reality of Womanhood Rs.204 (Paperback)
In The Name Of Love And God Rs.199 (Paperback)
Until We Unite Rs.165 (Paperback)
Mirror Mine Rs.206 (Paperback)
Prancing In the Void Rs.130 (Paperback)
Voice Of The Soul Rs.100 (Paperback)


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Top 10 Books Of The Month | September [Editor’s Choice]

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Hey Folks,

We are back again this month with a new list of books by amazing authors that you should add to your TBR this month. So be it romance, be it poetry, be it leadership, be it self help we have it all. So go ahead and add them to your bookshelves.


1. Rocky and Arjun by Vijay Sharma

Rocky and Arjun – Eventual Days with my Mountain Dog, is the story of a vibrant journey of a dog named Rocky and a boy named Arjun. Rocky, who is an old dog shared his last wish with Arjun, to spend the eventual days of his life in the city he was born. Every day, Rocky and Arjun visit different parts of Palampur to refresh the memories they have spent together. On each of the final days of Rocky’s life, they meet someone from their family and friends to refresh the beautiful memoirs of their unforgettable journey.

This story goes through a series of flashbacks of Rocky and Arjun’s incredible bonding, and their effervescent journey together from the day they met each other till the day they said Read More

2. A Reason to Live by R. Mahalingam

A boy and a girl engage in pre-marital sex. The story takes us through the travails and hardships the couple undergoes. The book also discusses the advisability of refraining from such an act. It also stresses the necessity of parents taking their wards into confidence before finalizing their marriage. The book also implores youngsters to not take hasty, irreversible decisions in their lives.

The author of this book is a Mechanical Engineering graduate who has gone through different job experiences in his field before retiring. He is currently aged seventy-five years and has had mixed fortunes in life. He presently lives in Chennai with his Read More..

3. The Goodness of Bad by Ravi Raman

Out of the blue, during a discussion on child molestation, my wife remarked, “My mother advised us to never believe men.” I was left stunned as she painted all men with one brush. But coming from my life companion and a well-respected counselor, set me thinking. What she had said had a much deeper relevance than what met my eye. An IIT’ian at heart, after some dithering, I decided it was worth getting to the bottom of it, even if it meant a lifetime. Dive into this book as I relive my past and share the experiences and learnings in the book.

The author of this book is an engineer from IIT Bombay, who has worked for decades in senior management positions Read More..

4. How Leaders Decide by Harjeet Khanduja

Organizations provide mind-boggling compensations to their leaders as compared to an average employee. Is it because they work more?

Just like the saying ‘we are the decisions we make’, the very existence of an organization depends on the decisions its leaders make! Decision-making is not just a process. It is an interplay among competitive strategies, processes, design, values, and culture. Narrating the experiences of industry decision-makers, the book demonstrates that organizational decision-making is about making tough choices—navigating through a minefield of biases and execution issues. It walks the readers Read More..

5. The Vaccine Crime Report by Dr. Kamalpreet Singh

Dr. Kamalpreet Singh spent countless hours on vaccine research. He studied thousands of research papers, read hundreds of books, interviewed dozens of medical doctors, and watched many vaccine documentaries that are now censored. After extensive research, he came to a conclusion that all the current vaccines are ineffective, unsafe and may lead to serious health complications like autism, development disorders, asthma, allergies, diabetes type-1, and even death.

The Vaccine Crime Report gives you access to the findings of credible scientific studies published in prestigious medical journals that refute the claim that vaccines are safe Read More..

6. What the Heck Do I Do about Upskilling the Workforce? by Sonia Sant

If you are a CLO – or aspiring to be a CLO – and feel that your learning solutions are not valued by your colleagues, or if you believe Learning and Development (L&D) is underinvested, then this book is for you.

It helps you unstuck the engine and formulate a practical framework using simple but immediately actionable solutions that you can implement within your means.

This book is a practical primer offering insights and solutions to serve your learner’s need for upskilling and to sit at the high table of business transformation as a key stakeholder.

7. La Siesta by Dr. Shadab Ahmed

With an Introduction to Castilian, Catalan, Galician and Portuguese Literature.

Notable translated works from Spano-Portuguese poets of the Early and Late Middle Ages, the Alhambra poets of the Moorish period, the Romancero poets, the Neologism and Paetrarchanism poetry of the Renaissance Period, the Satire, Neostoicism, and Mythological poetry of the Baroque Period, the poets of the Golden Age and Romanticism, the Modernism poets, the Generation of 1927, Poets during the World War II and under General Franco in peacetime, PostFranco and Contemporary Spano-Portuguese Poets – in the form of Epics, Read More..

8. Hydrate to Elevate by Dr. Debi Prasad Acharjya

This is a humble presentation of the “Electrolyzed Reduced Water (ERW) – Water Infused with Molecular Hydrogen” and its various health ramifications.

Molecular hydrogen gas is probably the greatest discovery in medical science and healthcare since 1953. Hydrogen is the lightest and smallest molecule of gas in our Universe. When infused into purified water, it produces a liquid that can hydrate virtually all our 37.2 trillion cells at epigenetic levels at speeds that are shockingly fast when seen under the microscope.

People often feel better, and ailments disappeared. But only recently did research confirm that this water contains Read More..

9. The Power Of Infinity by Anupkumar Shetty

This semi-autobiography has been used to explain the science and logistics of living a cancer-free life. A sincere attempt has been made to bridge secular and spiritual life, the science of cancer, and the science of wellness.

This book conveys different ways to beat cancer and prevent cancer by systematically attacking the cancer cells with an anti-cancer lifestyle. The book has five sections. The first and the fifth sections summarize the book for a busy reader. The second section is on fighting cancer as the last game of your life by comparing this battle to world cup finals of any sport you like by diligent, unfailing team building and intelligent, blissful Read More..

10. Unbroken by Pawan Verma

Unbroken by Pawan Kumar Verma is a fiction book packed with crime, thrill, love, hate, and suspense. It also has quite a number of twists and turns which adds to its many merits. If you’re into this genre or even if you’re not into this genre this book won’t fail in entertaining you and keeping you hooked to the very end.

Our protagonist is Roma Anand, she is a painter, the story starts with her painting exhibition being carried out in Macau, she’s very happy and very unaware of what destiny has in store for her, from being a normal painter to finding herself in the middle of murders, what exactly happened? What went wrong? Well I can’t write everything down here can I? Read the book yourself Read More..


Book Prices

Rocky and Arjun Rs.203 (Paperback)
A Reason to Live Rs.340 (Paperback)
The Goodness of Bad Rs.449 (Paperback)
How Leaders Decide Rs.342 (Kindle)
The Vaccine Crime Report Rs.299 (Paperback)
What the Heck Do I Do about Upskilling the Workforce? Rs.300 (Paperback)
La Siesta Rs.1190 (Paperback)
Hydrate to Elevate Rs.250 (Paperback)
The Power Of Infinity Rs.314 (Paperback)
Unbroken Rs.297 (Paperback)

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Top 10 Books Of The Month | August [Editor’s Choice]

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Wandering the aisles of a library or scrolling through an online bookstore can be an overwhelming task, If you’re having trouble looking for a place to start, why not turn to new books by new authors?

There are certain books that have the capacity to captivate millions of readers due to their beautiful world-building, unforgettable characters, and universal themes.

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Here are 10 books that you can definitely add to your reading list this month. 🙂


1. How Leaders Decide by Harjeet Khanduja

Organizations provide mind-boggling compensations to their leaders as compared to an average employee. Is it because they work more?

Just like the saying ‘we are the decisions we make’, the very existence of an organization depends on the decisions its leaders make! Decision-making is not just a process. It is an interplay among competitive strategies, processes, design, values, and culture. Narrating the experiences of industry decision-makers, the book demonstrates that organizational decision-making is about making tough choices—navigating through a minefield of biases and execution issues. It walks the readers Read More..

2. The Leadership Handbook by Bomi Doctor

There are several types of leaders, however essentially two variants, one who holds the designation of a leader and the other whose job demands leadership quality. You do not need to have a title to be a leader. A good leader is one who develops leaders under him. While a lot has been written on leadership few, if any, by an Indian who has worn out the soles of his shoes in the Indian corporate world?from field to desk to leadership.

This book defines authentic leadership in the context of today’s world. What makes this book a great handbook for a new manager or a seasoned one is its Power of Simplicity which rests on actual experiences drawn from the author’s own work life. Read More..

3. High on the Hills by Goutam Dutta

All roads do not lead to Rome! Some branch out, meander, ascend and wait to be explored by a traveler. A group of middle-aged friends, tired of the mundane, come together to explore the roads high in the hills of North Bengal on motorcycles. In their endeavor, they are spurred on by Balaji Devanathan, the Co-Founder of Red Panda adventures.

While riding through the hills is a challenge in itself, a bigger challenge lay in first convincing themselves that they could ride a motorcycle once again after twenty years. High on the Hills is as much about their journey to achieve self-confidence as about the breath-taking locales they discover, tucked away in Read More..

4. Billion Suns Rising by Aarathi Bellary

A trespasser enters her life slowly and sneakily, pushing her into a dark tunnel of emotions. Is there light at the end of the tunnel? She navigates through the tunnel and finds beauty, joy and hope in the tiniest of ordinary things. Embracing grief, finding inspiration from the Divine Universe and weaving words into poetry, she takes you through her journey. You can’t help but identify that it’s your journey too and together see a billion suns rising and witness glorious dawn. It is mystically sensual.

Billion suns rising is a poetry book & the author of this book is a physician with a strong passion for medicine and for healing people. She writes medical stories on her blog. Being Read More..

5. Bebakhshid by Dr. Shadab Ahmed

From the Love, Prayers, Devotion, Joy and Enigma to the
Laments, Qalandariyat, Sin, Exile and Debauchery of the Persian Qalandars and Mystics.

Selected translated English verses, quatrains, rubai, ghazals, masnawis and qasidehs of Saadi Shirazi, San’ai, Rudaki, Farrukhi Sistani, Mahsati, Baba Taher, Omar Khayyam, Amir Khusrau, Hafez, Jalal ud-din Md Rumi, Attar of Nishapur, Abolqasem Ferdowsi, Nezami Ganjavi, Abd’l Rahman Jami, Nasir Khusraw, Saib of Tabriz and several Persian masters and Qalandars – spanning eras, courts, dilapidated wine houses, prisons and millennials compiled into a single Richly-Illustrated Book, from a variety of sources.

6. Corporate Eagle by Madhukant Acharya

Mohan Dutt never shied away from competition and climbed the corporate ladder from a Management Trainee to the Chairman’s position in a short span of 2 decades and built up a conglomerate with a scorching pace of growth unknown to the industry at the time.

He always believed that performance took precedence over adverse circumstances, principles mattered more than personalities and corruption was a choice and not a compulsion for succeeding in business. He understood perfectly well that he could achieve his goals only if he delegated well. Cindy Brown, his close confidante, collaborated in all his global plans Read More..

7. What Song Unsung O My Daughter by Kr. Fateh Singh Jasol

“A japa mala of an ordinary life, 108 beads woven around a thread of thoughtful awareness of the creator and all creatures great and small”

This is the third, enlarged, edition of a collection of poems celebrating epiphanic moments that illumined the author’s life. Readers have greatly liked the previous editions for their simple, straightforward, giving impulse to share the ordinary day-to-day things that made up the kaleidoscope of an obviously much-cherished life journey, for its sensitive sublimation of an individual experience to more universally shared humanity. The collection stands out for its portrayal of nature and Read More..

8. Ancient Wisdom for New Age Entrepreneurs by Tanmay Kuchhal

Ancient Wisdom for New Age Entrepreneurs is an interactive workbook that aims to inspire young entrepreneurs and aid them in their endeavor to embark on their own start-up. The book relevantly extracts entrepreneurial lessons from the life and experiences of pioneers from history, like Ismat Chughtai, Akbar, Dhirubhai Ambani, and many more. Each chapter demonstrates one important virtue essential to business and is followed by exercises that help engage the reader’s mind.

The author of this book is a student at the Doon School, Dehradun. He’s passionate about Economics and History and hopes to shape the world of business through both lenses.

9. The Power Of Infinity by Anupkumar Shetty

This semi-autobiography has been used to explain the science and logistics of living a cancer-free life. A sincere attempt has been made to bridge secular and spiritual life, the science of cancer, and the science of wellness.

This book conveys different ways to beat cancer and prevent cancer by systematically attacking the cancer cells with an anti-cancer lifestyle. The book has five sections. The first and the fifth sections summarize the book for a busy reader. The second section is on fighting cancer as the last game of your life by comparing this battle to world cup finals of any sport you like by diligent, unfailing team building and intelligent, blissful Read More..

10. Mindful Wealth by Mustafa Mun

Mindful Wealth aims for a shift in our thinking. It talks about the subject of how we should perceive money, how we need to talk about it to attract more of it in our lives, and how to live with gratitude so we are blessed with more than what we already have.

The author of this book is a clinical psychologist from Mumbai, who is passionate about writing and understanding human behavior.

He has a natural inclination for writing and has developed it as a hobby along with managing his family business of manufacturing perfumes and cosmetics and clinical research. Read More..

 


Book Prices

How Leaders Decide Rs.426 (Paperback)
The Leadership Handbook Rs.311 (Paperback)
High on the Hills Rs.399 (Paperback)
Billion Suns Rising Rs.240 (Paperback)
Bebakhshid Rs.1,110 (Paperback)
Corporate Eagle Rs.199 (Paperback)
What Song Unsung O My Daughter Rs.414 (Paperback)
Ancient Wisdom for New Age Entrepreneurs Rs.250 (Paperback)
The Power Of Infinity Rs.349 (Paperback)
Mindful Wealth Rs.180 (Paperback)

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Top 10 Fiction Books Of The Month | July [Editor’s Choice]

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So it’s the end of July and for this month we are back with the top 10 books in fiction that you can read (if you are a fiction lover). Be it a thriller, or a love story, we got everything covered. 🙂


1. The Girl In The Red Lipstick by Ajay K Pandey

Arun is a bestselling author, and the heartthrob of thousands of readers. While on a book promotion tour, he is injured and agrees to call a masseuse. Little did he know that the masseuse would turn out to be someone with a secret! Arun sees a story in her, and in digging deeper, is amazed to discover her strength of character. Even though Lalita is a young survivor of human trafficking, she has unmatched determination. A single encounter with her makes Arun take decisions that he had never even thought of. He is willing to risk everything for her, his own life too. But the more he tries to help her, the deeper he drowns in the swamp. Will two broken people be able to heal each other? Will society ever accept a girl from the forbidden alleys of the city? The Girl Read More..

2. Two Indian Girls by Kumar Kinshuk

The story revolves around the mysterious suicide of Khushbu, who had married Ajit less than a month ago. As is usually the case, the prime suspects here are the husband and his family. But inspector Rajiv Kumar has some other perspective regarding this case and doesn’t let go of it easily without further investigation. He is involved with Khusbu’s best friend, Amrita who relentlessly asks him to perceive the case from a different angle.

Ajit’s uncle, his father’s elder brother is an IAS officer and his senior is Ghanshyam Tewari the services. Rajiv meets Ravi, the uncle first and senses some sort of foul play there. He confides everything he finds to Amrita and she carries on her Read More..

3. Where the Sun Never Sets by Stuti Changle

‘A story about finding hope in the darkest of times that will brighten your day!’

If you find someone’s diary, would you dare open it?

Well, if you chance upon your old diary, would you dare read through your past?

Iti is forced to move back to her hometown of Mussoorie amid worldwide lockdown to work on her first movie script. Iti’s chance encounter with her first love, Nishit, reunion with her estranged best friend, Shelly, and nights spent reading her well-kept diary, make her best memories and worst nightmares come Read More..

4. Unbroken by Pawan Verma

Unbroken by Pawan Kumar Verma is a fiction book packed with crime, thrill, love, hate, and suspense. It also has quite a number of twists and turns which adds to its many merits. If you’re into this genre or even if you’re not into this genre this book won’t fail in entertaining you and keeping you hooked to the very end.

Our protagonist is Roma Anand, she is a painter, the story starts with her painting exhibition being carried out in Macau, she’s very happy and very unaware of what destiny has in store for her, from being a normal painter to finding herself in the middle of murders, what exactly happened? What went wrong? Well I can’t write everything down here can I? Read the book yourself Read More..

5. A Town under the Lake by Abhyudita Gautam Singha

This book is dedicated to the residents of the submerged town of Bilaspur who witnessed the submergence of their town and their houses in the waters of the Bhakra Dam. The palace, temples, streets, houses, schools, college, grounds, and trees? all were drowned, as the level of the water rose in the reservoir.

This book would allow the younger generation to have a glimpse into the history of their new town which is rehabilitated just above the old town. This would enable them to read about the old town that they did not have the opportunity to live in but what forms the foundation of their rich cultural inheritance. This book is in a pictorial format, which was presented live in Read More..

6. When Delhi Meets Kolkata by Parvesh Kumar

Meet Rahul Malhotra, a playboy from South Delhi, for whom there is no word like “commitment” in his dictionary.

Meet Tanvi Banerjee, a Bengali girl from Kolkata, for whom there is no such thing as a “casual relationship”.

Yet, sparks fly when this Dilli ka Munda, Rahul, meets the sweet Bengali girl, Tanvi, at a lavish wedding function in Delhi.

After a few months of a long-distance relationship, Rahul comes face to face with Tanvi’s orthodox Bengali family for the first time to ask her hands for marriage. But, instead, he is insulted and kicked out of her house as his murky past resurfaces Read More..

7. Forgotten but not Lost by Meher Vineeth Galla

Forgotten but not Lost, is a story of Meera, who tries to write a love story and struggles to find inspiration.

In the search for inspiration, she meets Radha and her story, the story of her life, the story of her love, the story of her love, and her marriage which not only inspires her with a story but also helps her unveil a secret…

What is the secret? What is Radha’s story, her love story? Forgotten but not Lost is a blissful answer to all these questions.

The novel is a lovely mash-up of many different feelings, friendship, hardship, and much more. The author Read More..

8. Time and Tide by Dr. Sona Sharma

Thousands of years have passed since the massive devastation that changed everything. He is now in a bizarrely similar situation. Has the lesson been learned or will history be repeated?

Samvardhana is grappling with insecurities and failure while trying to hold his place at the helm of DWN – the conglomerate his highly successful father has built. His journey takes an exciting turn as he stands at the crossroads of his life.

Only time will tell if he will be sucked into the inevitable loop of possibilities or will somehow find a way out. It is all in his hands. Or is it?

9. White Darkness by Ramesh Menon

White Darkness takes you on an exciting journey as you hurtle through the icy mountains of the Himalayas, the turbulent northeast, the languid south, a Gujrati restaurant in New Jersey, and a strife-torn island in our neighborhood.

The stories evoke a myriad of moods and emotions. War, peace, life, and love are all entwined in tales of passion where the author delves into the complexities of the human mind.

While obfuscation engages the grey cells of the reader, intrigue makes you flip the pages hurriedly. Overall a breath-taking experience that makes you pine for more!

10. Dreams of Reality by Gitanjali Warrier

Leena accidentally downloads an app and her world changes. She begins to see an old world from her childhood pop up around her along with a long-lost love. She is lost between the virtual and real world and the lines start to get blur. The book navigates through her journey and those around her in this sci-fi thriller.

The author of this book spent a decade navigating the roads of communication and marketing in different organizations like Wipro, Zoho, Unacademy, and others.

She eventually realized it was time to step out and start her own business and she launched her fashion brand Senshi. Read More..

 


Book Prices

The Girl In The Red Lipstick Rs.99 (Paperback)
Two Indian Girls Rs.250 (Paperback)
Where the Sun Never Sets Rs.200 (Paperback)
Unbroken Rs.297 (Paperback)
A Town under the Lake Rs.225 (Paperback)
When Delhi Meets Kolkata Rs.199 (Paperback)
Forgotten but not Lost Rs.242 (Paperback)
Time and tide Rs.199 (Paperback)
White Darkness Rs.180 (Paperback)
Dreams of Reality Rs.315 (Paperback)

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