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Kural

by Tiruvalluvar

A celebrated work by the greatest poet of classical Tamil literature Tiruvalluvar probably lived and wrote between the second century BC and the eighth century AD though his dates have not been conclusively...


Gem In The Lotus

by Abraham Eraly

A comprehensive and compelling portrait of ancient India In Gem in the Lotus, Abraham Eraly, author of The Last Spring, the best-selling and critically acclaimed history of the Mughals, identifies and explores...


My Years With Apu

by Satyajit Ray

The absorbing story of how one of the greatest directors of our time began his film-making career.


The Loom Of Time

by Kalidasa

Kalidasa is the greatest poet and playwright in classical Sanskrit literature and one of the greatest in world literature. Kalidasa is said to have lived and composed his work at the close of the first millennium...


The Legends of Khasak

by O V Vijayan

A restlessness born of guilt and despair leads Ravi to embark on a journey that ends in the remote village of Khasak in the picturesque Palghat countryside in Kerala. A land from the past, potent with dreams...


Indigo

by Satyajit Ray

Spine-tingling tales from the other side of midnight. Indigo is the mood in this new collection of stories about the supernatural, the peculiar and the inexplicable from Satyajit Ray, one of the best-loved writers...


Indian Tales

by Romila Thapar

The 16 stories in this collection of Indian heroes and heroines, their adventures, misfortunes and triumphs, of gods and demons and of animals, have been told to generations of children over the years.


Hymns Of The Gurus

by Khushwant Singh

An illustrated edition containing selected hymns of the ten Sikh Gurus, from Guru Nanak to Guru Gobing Singh, translated by Khushwant Singh. Sacred hymns from the Guru Gibind Singh.


French Lover

by Taslima Nasrin

A woman's search for love and independence in a strange city far away from home. French Lover is the story of Nilanjana, a young Bengali woman from Kolkata who moves to Paris after her marriage to Kishanlal,...


Fish Cookbook

by Megha Patil

An exciting journey through India’s coastal regions for lovers of seafood… In this book, Megha Patil brings together a collection of exotic and delectable recipes which will appeal to every kind of cook—from...


Essential Kerala Cook Book

by Vijayan Kannampilly

In recent times, the coconut-flavoured cuisine of the Malayalis has gained immense popularity. Appam and Istoo, Avial and Olan, Irachi Biryani and Pathiri, all these and more are now served in restaurants and...


Distorted Mirror

by R K Laxman

R.K. Laxman, cartoonist par excellence, is also one of the country's most entertaining writers. The Distorted Mirror brings together some of his best short stories, essays and travelogues. The collection begins...


Way Home

by Aruna Chakravarti

The Way Home" brings together in one volume fourteen stories representing the very best of contemporary Bengali short fiction. Showcasing some of Bengal's finest writers at their creative best - Bibhuti Bhushan...


The Potion of Eternity

by Sonja Chandrachud

This story is packed with the weirdest, meanest and funniest assortment of ghouls, witches, and Yogis.


The Battle for No. 19

by Ranjit Lal

Eight school girls from the hills on a tour of Agra, drive into Delhi the day Indira Gandhi is assassinated. They run into a violent crazed mob that pulls their driver out and slays him.


The Untold Charminar

by Syeda Imam

A dazzling collection that captures the essence of Hyderabad, offering glimpses of the various strands that go into its making, fact and legend, old-world quaintness and the highest hi-tech, eccentricity and...


Sarama and Her Children

by Bibek Debroy

The Most Recognized Dog In Indian Myth Is The Dog In The Mahabharata That Accompanied The Pandavas Not Actually A Dog But Dharma In Disguise. There Are, However, Several More References To Dogs In The Classical...


The Rumbling Island

by Zai Whitaker

The forests of India are not only home to a wide variety of animals and birds, but they also teem with committed conservationists, naturalists and nature lovers. And after having spent many years with wildlife,...


Gandhi Speaks to Children

by Meena Bhat

What did Gandhiji think about his own family and school life? What were his thoughts on the role of the youth in a nation's life? What was his philosophy of Satyagraha, non-violence and truth? Can we emulate...


A Storm in the Blood

by Jon Stephen Fink

Based on a true story—a brilliant, compelling, and provocative novel of the roots of terrorism and the perils of the immigration experience set in turn-of-the-century London

On December 16, 1910, three unarmed...