The thing with a detective novel is that when you dive into one, you do so with a sense of purpose––to uncover the truth behind a mystery.
Just as silence has its own music, sorrow, too, has a rhythm of its own in this translation
An engaging and insightful translation, even for those familiar with multiple versions of Rama’s story
The little red book of short stories dealing with the notion of loss, particularly that of a family member, evokes a deep ache that all of us are now way too familiar with.
A biography about a lesser-known yet significant man in Indian history who took the British head on.
Chronicles of a man who epitomised the idea of the quintessential hero for an entire generation of Indian audience
Deepak Dennison taps on the rich resources of open-source stories to offer narratives on diversity and inclusivity for children through his book 'Tales for Tweens'.
Deepak Leela Sivarajan is recreating stories and characters from Kerala’s history and mythology to reintroduce them to a global audience
The street was known as Deva Theruvu, aka God’s Street.
In this novel that visits the past and strides into the future, technological innovation is both a friend and a foe.
It’s the early 1960s in California and our heroine is an unconventional scientist Elizabeth Zott.
Nanak Singh, widely regarded as the father of the Punjabi novel, needs no introduction to those familiar with Punjabi literature.
Rushdie is named a Companion of Honour, an exclusive club with membership limited to just 65 people at any given time, for services to literature.
Reverse logistic app Dump allows resale of books available at the click of a button
Bose and Beyond: Inspiring Stories of How Insulin has Changed Lives in India.