Pilgrim’s India by Arundhathi Subramaniam – Book Review

Pilgrim's India is an anthology of 52 pieces that combines poetry and prose to put together a collection of spiritual journeys taken by people...
Seemmanthaka – The Second Quest by Dr Syd K

Semmanthaka – The Second Quest by Dr. Syd K

Semmanthaka is a mythological cum historical fiction that spans across various eras of human existence as per the Santana Dharma beliefs. I enjoy reading...

The Romantics by Pankaj Mishra

The Romantics is a story set in the 1980s, probably written in 1990s sometime. It takes you through the journey of a young student...
Book Review - The Devil Take Love by Sudhir Kakar

The Devil Take Love by Sudhir Kakar

If you have ever wondered about the lives of Sanskrit poets in ancient India and how they lived in the towns and cities. Cities...
Shaping the World Edited by Manju Kapur Women's Writing in India

Shaping the World Edited by Manju Kapur

In the book Shaping the World, 23 women writers of Indian subcontinent origin share their writing journeys. More precisely trying to answer - why...
The color of our Sky by Amita Trasi

The Color of Our Sky by Amita Trasi

The Color of Our Sky by Amita Trasi is a very sensitively written tale of a bond between two girls. All the women reading...
The Lonely Monarch by Sunil Gangopadhyay, translated by Swapna Dutta

The Lonely Monarch by Sunil Gangopadhyay, translated by Swapna Dutta

The Lonely Monarch is an English translation of an original work in Bengali called Nihsanga Samrat by Sunil Gangopadhyay. A kind of a biopic...

Come, Before Evening Falls by Manjul Bajaj

Come, Before Evening Falls debut novel by Manjul Bajaj for me comes with a wave of fresh air, wrapped in simplicity and is rustic...
Trade Winds of Meluhha by Vasant Dave

Trade Winds to Meluhha by Vasant Dave

Trade Winds to Meluhha came to me for review long time back. On a recent trip, I pulled it up on my Kindle to...

The Story of My Assassins by Tarun Tejpal

I was really impressed by the ‘Alchemy of Desire’ by Tarun, which I read a few months back. The number of elements and the...