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The Family Tree

by Sheri S. Tepper

THE ONCE FERTILE EARTH OF DORA HENRY'S CHILDHOOD HAS BEEN UNDERVALUED AND OVERDEVELOPED. NOW NATURE, APPARENTLY, HAS DECIDED TO FIGHT BACK.

Police officer Dora Henry is investigating the bizarre murders of three...


The Book of Krishna

by Pavan Kumar Varma

Of all Vishnu's avatars, Krishna is regarded as the purna avatar, the complete incarnation, for he encapsulates in himself the entire gamut of emotions and attributes that constitute the ideal human personality....


Written For Ever

by Rukun Advani

A new kind of Indian writing in English was in the air in the early 1990s. Vikram Seth, Amitav Ghosh, I. Allan Sealy and Upamanyu Chatterjee had written their early books. The new current was promising, and...


Rites Of Passage

by Sanjoy Hazarika

This book is a serious study of the situation in the Northeast— and that includes Bangladesh. And no better man could have been found to write about the area and its people than Sanjoy Hazarika. What sets...


Puffin Treasury Of Modern Indian Stories

by Mala Dayal

The Puffin Treasury Of Modern Indian Stories Is A Unique Collection Of Stories And Excerpts Written By Master Storytellers. It Represents For The First Time The Richness And Range Of Writing For Children In...


Last Spring

by Abraham Eraly

In December 1525, Zahir-Ud-Din Babur, Descended From Chengiz Khan And Timur Lenk, Crossed The Indus River Into The Punjab With A Modest Army And Some Cannon. At Panipat, Five Months Later He Fought The Most...


Notes On The Great Indian Circus

by Khushwant Singh

Khushwant Singh, India S Most Widely-Read Columnist, Has Been A Keen Observer Of Life In India Its Politics, Economics, Religion, Habits, Customs, Events And Personalities. Notes On The Great Indian Circus Is...


The Narayanpur Incident

by Shashi Deshpande

8 August 1942. -Quit India!' Gandhiji warns the British. As he and most leaders are put in jail the very next day, the people rise in protest and so begins the Quit India movement of 1942. Babu and Manju suddenly...


The Maze

by Will Hobbs

Just fourteen, Rick Walder is alone, on the run, and desperate. Stowing away in the back of a truck, he suddenly finds himself at a dead end, out in the middle of nowhere. The Maze. In this surreal landscape...


Srikanta

by Saratchandra Chattopadhyay

Srikanta, the narrator of Saratchandra's epic novel, is an aimless drifter, a passive spectator to his own life, a weak and impressionable soul who cannot survive without the support of an individual stronger...


Servants Of India

by R K Laxman

In Servants of India, R.K. Laxman profiles ten hilariously idiosyncratic people, who are among the countless men and women who run the lives of the middle class in India. The tales are put together by Ganesh,...


Selected Poems Kaifi Azmi

by Kaifi Azmi

A bilingual volume of some of Kaifi Azmiýs finest poetry: One of the finest Urdu poets of the subcontinent, Kaifi Azmi has borne witness to an entire era of social change. Born in 1918 in Azamgarh, Uttar Pradesh,...


Indian Folktales And Legends

by Pratibha Nath

Everyone will find a favourite story in this collection of folk-tales and legends. There is the story of Jumman the labourer, who thinks the Qazi of Jaunpur is actually his donkey!...And the strange adventure...


Hitopadesa

by S Narayana & A N D Haskar

The ever-popular Book of Good Counsels from ancient India. One of the best-known Sanskrit classics, Narayana’s Hitopadesa is a fascinating collection of animal and human fables augmented with polished verse...


Nine

by Shobha Nihalani

261 BC: After his bloody battle with Kalinga, the Mauryan emperor Ashoka, overcome with remorse, swore never to wage another war. And to make sure no one else did. His Navratnas—the Nine—zealously guarded...


The Captured Gazelle

by Mufti Mudasir Farooqi & Nusrat Bazaz

Every moment it seeks to slip from the mind’s nook Fresh poetic meaning is a gazelle to be captured The Captured Gazelle is an elegant and lucent translation of the poems of the seventeenth-century Persian...


Manoj and Babli

by Chander Suta Dogra

‘Highly recommended . . . this book exposes glimpses of the Dark Ages behind the window dressing of societies that often pose modernism as a policy for all else—except for the dignity of women’ Asma Jahangir,...


A Chola Adventure

by Anu Kumar

990 CE, Tanjore, India Twelve-year-old Raji is growing up during the reign of Rajaraja Chola in south India. Raji is a girl of spirit---brave, bright and bold. She is also a dancer, a warrior and a sculptor...


A Mauryan Adventure

by Subhadra Sen Gupta

3rd Century BCE, Pataliputra, India Madhura lives in the legendary city of Pataliputra during the reign of King Ashoka of the Maurayan dynasty. She works in the palace as the maid and companion of Princess Sanghamitra....


Rusty Goes To London

by Ruskin Bond

Rusty travels abroad to fulfil his dream of becoming a writer Rusty Goes to London is the fourth book in Puffin's new series of the complete escapades of Rusty; this is the first time that all the Rusty stories...