Karmayogini – Life of Ahilyabai Holkar by Vijaya Jahagirdar

Karmayogini – Life of Ahilyabai Holkar by Vijaya Jahagirdar

After visiting places like Varanasi and Gaya, I learned about the restoration work that Ahilyabai Holkar of Indore and Maheshwar had done. Then I...
The Road of Lost Innocence by Somaly Mam

The Road of Lost Innocence by Somaly Mam

The Road of Lost Innocence, a true story of a Cambodian girl who was sold as a young girl many times over. Who lived...
Flame by Nelofer Currimbhoy

Flame by Nelofer Currimbhoy – Book Review

An indulgent daughter sits down to write the story, Flame, of her incredible mother. A mother who is only about 16 years older to...
Moving to Goa by Katharina Kakar

Moving to Goa by Katharina Kakar – Book Review

This book Moving to Goa by Katharina Kakar was on my reading list since the day I moved to Goa this January. Reading it...
Mother-In-Love by Manju Dasgupta

Mother-In-Love by Manju Dasgupta

Manju Dasgupta writes about her mother-in-law, whom she chooses to refer to as her Mother-In-Love for this book. Otherwise, she calls her Ma-almost like...

Mirza Ghalib – A Biographical Scenario by Gulzar

This is not a typical biography that traces the life and time of Mirza Ghalib. But a more poetic anthology, a few defining scenes...
Alibaba – The House that Jack Ma Built by Duncan Clark

Alibaba – The House that Jack Ma Built by Duncan Clark

Jack Ma is one of the richest people alive. He is the Internet entrepreneur from China, the man behind Alibaba - China's equivalent of...
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...

Kya Bhoolun Kya Yaad Karun by Harivansh Rai Bachchan

Autobiography of Harivansh Rai Bachchan is in four volumes. This one is the first in that series and talks about approximately first 28 years...

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...