Shouvik Bhattacharya presents a murder mystery of a young woman where in her college sweetheart is the prime suspect. Her step brothers, who are not satisfied with the verdict, commence a journey to find out the truth.
The author, Nidhi Chanani, tells a story which revolves around Priyanka, an Indo-American teenager, who lives in America with her mother. Her mother constantly tries to teach her about Indian culture. But Priyanka has her own struggles of being a brown person amongst all Americans who is not as financially stable as her friends.
Wild Embers: Poems of Rebellion Fire and Beauty
Wild Embers is a set of short poems by Nikita Gill that evaluates womanhood, love and self-empowerment. It depicts the legends of goddesses of knowledge and enlightenment along with larger than life characters. All the stories demonstrate how we humans are ultimately connected to the Universe.
The Ministry of Utmost Happiness
Arundhati Roy presents this magnificent novel that reinvents various human emotions in their complex ways. The amazing story takes us in a journey from old Delhi to big cities, to Kashmir’s beautiful valley to deep forests of central India.
I Do what I Do
Raghuram G. Rajan, the former governor of RBI, writes an autobiographical non-fictional story that depicts his journey from his education, his perception of life and becoming a top economist. The book gives out small nuances of Indian economy with its financial future and is a treat for the ones who are interested in the power of money in India.
How to be a Bawse: A guide to Conquering Life
Lilly Singh, one of the famous YouTuber aka Superwoman, tells us through her own life stories, about how to become a Bawse: a confident person, possessing a genuine smile who reaches the goal.
No One Can Pronounce My Name
Rakesh Satyal tells a story of Indian Immigrants, outside Cleveland trying to be a part of American Society. It is a light-hearted, unique story of characters who follow their passions and aspirations while trying to harmonize the restrictions of their culture and traditions.
Erotic Stories of Punjabi Widows
The story by Bali Kaur Jaswal revolves around astonishing Sikh widows who attend a creative writing course at a community college in UK. Their teacher’s gentle understanding about these women starts some captivating stories of women of all ages.
Age of Anger
Pankaj Mishra traces down the present day discrimination and revengeful nationalism to the 18th century. The work is a beautiful time journey.
The Crown of Wishes
Roshan Chokshi’s creativity tells us a story about a princess who after taken up as a prisoner, struggles to get her kingdom back. For that she has to come together with her enemies.