The Mute Anklet by Radhika Nathan

The Mute Anklet by Radhika Nathan

The Mute Anklet by Radhika Nathan is a love story. Set in the times of Tipu Sultan, between a half native and half British...
Poskem – Goans in the Shadows by Wendell Rodricks

Poskem – Goans in the Shadows by Wendell Rodricks

Poskem - you probably have never heard of this term. I have lived in Goa for last 3 years but the first time I...
Sacked! Folktales you can carry around by Deepa Agarwal

Sacked! Folktales you can carry around by Deepa Agarwal

Some time back I compiled a list of Children’s books by Indian Authors and consciously started looking for the books that can feature there....

Amrita Pritam’s Dilli Ki Galiyan Book Review

Dilli Ki Galiyan is one of the simplest writings of Amrita Pritam that I have read. Also, the story is written in a relatively...
The First Storyteller by Varun Gwalani

The First Storyteller by Varun Gwalani

The first storyteller by Varun Gwalani is the story of a storyteller. It is the story of a boy in search of stories and...
Book Review - Afterlife - Ghost Stories from Goa Jessica Faleiro

Afterlife – Ghost Stories from Goa by Jessica Faleiro

Afterlife - Ghost Stories from Goa by Jessica Faleiro took me back to my childhood days. Those electricity-less days when we Kid's used to gather...

The Sunset Club by Khushwant Singh

At 96, Khushwant Singh seems to be writing books at a faster pace than ever. The Sunset Club is the second book in less...

Sepia Leaves by Amandeep Sandhu

It is a challenging task to review a book when you know it is autobiographical. And deals with the story of the storyteller. Sepia...
Lore of the Land – Storytelling Traditions of India by Nalini Ramachandran

Lore of the Land – Storytelling Traditions of India by Nalini Ramachandran

Storytelling Traditions of India – How many of them exist or existed – we would never know. It is impossible to count the number...
Rajasthani Stories Retold by Rima Hooja

Rajasthani Stories Retold by Rima Hooja

Folk Tales have a way of telling you history in a way that it is wrapped in fiction. They add their own twists and...