Durbar by Tavleen Singh

Durbar by Tavleen Singh – Book Review

Durbar is a journalist’s memoirs that bring out what she saw during her reporting expeditions. And then juxtaposes it with what happened in Delhi’s...
Don’t Kill Him by Ma Anand Sheela

Don’t Kill Him by Ma Anand Sheela

I am quite fond of Osho. I find what he says simple, uncomplicated, logical yet mystical, and something that has an aura of giving...
Joseph Anton by Salman Rushdie

Joseph Anton by Salman Rushdie – Book Review

Joseph Anton is the assumed name that Salman Rushdie took to conceal his identity during the time he was facing the Fatwa from Muslim...
Breaking Out by Padma Desai

Breaking Out by Padma Desai – Book Review

Breaking Out is memoirs of a remarkable woman, born in pre-independence India, studied at Harvard just after Independence. Worked in Delhi in the 60s....
The Man Within My Head by Pico Iyer

The Man Within My Head by Pico Iyer

If I had one word to describe this book The Man Within My Head, it would be ‘Haunting’. The author describes Ghosts, Gods, and Fathers...

Henna for the Broken-Hearted by Sharell Cook

Soothing cover design makes you pick up the book Henna for the Broken-Hearted, and you want to know what brought the author to India...

Inside Coca-Cola by Neville Isdell with David Beasley

Someone who spends his entire working career in one company, a company that is one of the oldest successful companies in the world, and...

Absolute Khushwant by Khushwant Singh & Humra Quraishi

Today, Khushwant Singh is special, more because of 95 eventful years that he has been witness to and part of. There are not many...

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