Small is Beautiful by E F Schumacher

The byline of the book Small is Beautiful by E F Schumacher reads ‘a study of economics as if people mattered’. And I can...

Finding Delhi – Loss and Renewal in the Megacity by Bharati Chaturvedi

Delhi is and always has been an ever-changing city. Today it is in a race to become a world-class city. With a lot of...

In search of Yamuna Reflections on a River Lost by Sarandha Jain

Yamuna means many things to Indians. Especially to people who live closer to it. There are concerns about it being reduced to a dirty...
Green Wars by Bahar Dutt Dispatches from a Vanishing World

Green Wars by Bahar Dutt – Book Review

Bahar Dutt - an animal lover and an environmental journalist in the book Green Wars talks about her various expeditions across India. And a...

Saffron Thinking Green Living by Dileep Kulkarni

This small 30 odd page booklet Saffron Thinking Green Living by Dileep Kulkarni, contains more of an essay rather than a book. The author...
Grey Hornbills at Dusk by Bulbul Sharma

Grey Hornbills at Dusk by Bulbul Sharma

Bulbul Sharma - can you have a more appropriate name for a person who writes a book on the birds that she sees around...

Desire named Development by Aditya Nigam

Rarely do you a read a book, where you agree with everything that the author says. This small book Desire named Development, almost like...
Ecology and Equity by Ramachandra Guha and Madhav Gadgil

Ecology and Equity by Ramachandra Guha and Madhav Gadgil

The book, Ecology and Equity, talks about the ecological degradation. And how it has impacted the major sections of the society. The authors call...
Dar Dar Gange by Abhay Mishra and Pankaj Ramendu

Dar Dar Gange by Abhay Mishra and Pankaj Ramendu

Another Bibliophile recommended this book Dar Dar Gange to me. And I immediately picked it up, as it was one of the very few...
Ganga: A Journey down the Ganges River

Ganga: A Journey down the Ganges River by Julian Crandall Hollick

Ganga: A Journey down the Ganges River book was published about 5 years back. My first instinct is to call it an old book....