Eight Indian women authors open up on about empowering women readers through their books
Speaking to Flipkart Stories about his new book, Why I Am A Hindu, Shashi Tharoor raises thought-provoking questions on what it is to be Hindu in an India where religious identity is a calling card for power politics
India’s popular mythologist and writer is back with his new book for children, The Boys Who Fought. In an exclusive interview, Devdutt Pattanaik talks about the misunderstood world of Indian mythology.
Winter is coming (pun intended, for those GOT fans), and for most of us, that means cuddling up with a warm blanket, a hot chai, and an enjoyable book. Or giving your loved ones a meaningful gift for the upcoming festive season. Can’t wait to do both? Neither can we! So why not set your festive plans in motion by pre-ordering these splendid reads?
Prices are dropping big during the Big Billion Days sale and if you’re a book lover, make room in our library for these 10 must-buy books
Amish Tripathi’s books have awakened our nation’s passion for mythology and epic, giving us humanized versions of revered characters and infused with details from our history and culture. In his newest book, Sita – Warrior of Mithila, the second of the Ram Chandra series, Amish brings us face to face with the feminine icon — and perhaps reveals our own prejudices. Read on see what this blockbuster author says about modern myth and female protagonists.
Indian women writers have made an indelible mark in world literature, be it for their sensitivity or their perspective, their unique storytelling or their plot. This International Women’s Day, celebrate the achievements of Indian women in writing. Start with this list of the top 10 Indian women writers you absolutely must read
What’s your definition of a great read? A gripping mystery, a culture-laden short story, a scientific tour de force or a biography that presents a new facet of an old face? The year 2016 had a little of everything for the avid reader and here’s a list of the top 10 books of 2016 that you absolutely shouldn’t miss.
Whether you’re starting the tradition of reading out loud to your kids or looking to continue it, don’t miss out on Aaron Blabey’s laugh-out-loud children’s graphic novels and picture books. Clever, cheeky and good at heart, Blabey’s books feature some of the most wonderful characters ever penned for children, be it the Al Capone-ish Mr Wolf or the unforgettable Pug named Pig!