‘Looking Glass Self’ by Sivaranjani Viswanathan is a poetry compilation which consists of 40 poems. Just like the title, this book features numerous occurrences of metaphorical instincts that leave the reader amazed and muddled at the same time.
“War Hero” by M K Davidasan is the story of a hero who fought in the Indo – Pak war of 1971. Its patriotic fervor infuses the reader with love and respect for the country, reminding the readers why a soldier does what he does.
‘यूपी 65’ आई.आई.टी. बनारस की पृष्ठभूमि पर आधारित उपन्यास है जो 12 खंडों में विभाजित है। जहां तक इस उपन्यास के कथानक का प्रश्न है यह आई.आई.टी. बनारस में देश के कोने-कोने से आए विद्यार्थियों को केंद्र में रखकर रचा गया है।
The book narrates the story of a power couple Yamini and Sanjeev who have left the comforts of a foreign country, and given up on the promise of an ‘American dream’ to pursue their ‘desi dream’.
“The Advisory Board” by Hemant R Joshi is a crate full of life lessons and values. While the title may seem misleading, it all makes sense when you understand the true essence of this book. In a time full of fantasies, this book does a great job of giving a reality check to the readers.
A serious inquiry into the sustainability of the world that we live in today. It attempts to propose a better and more sustainable way of living for all individuals. The author proffers a balanced approach that not just focuses on wealth but also on wisdom and ethics.
“Parallels” by V. S. Sury emphasises the interconnectedness of our lives with nature through the 36 chapters. Each chapter is strewn with examples connecting little acts of nature like the seasons and cycles of day and night with various disciplines.
“Just Another Complicated Story” is a must-read for the parents of teenagers who want their children to get in the race of being engineers and earn lakh rupees packages in five years. This book is a must-read for the siblings of engineering students or those who aspire to be.
“Killing Time in Delhi” is a satire that sheds light on the degenerate world of Delhi’s high-heeled elite. Expect a book that revolves around not one but two murders and yet, isn’t a murder mystery. Finally, expect a book that has a rich language and a generous sprinkling of dry humour.
“More Bodies Will Fall” is a refreshing book in the genre of crime fiction as it gives us an experience very less imagined. This well-paced, taut whodunit gives us a chaotic Delhi and introduces North-East India as a complex identity rather than a simple linear one.
It is a delicately layered mystery that takes the reader on a tumultuous ride of decadence, lust, debauchery, betrayal, and unadulterated evil. Expect a book that is a short read. Expect a mind-boggling psychological thriller. Expect a book that is quite complex and layered.
“तीन हज़ार टाँके” में सुधा जी के जीवनानुभव और गहन अनुभूति के दर्शन होते हैं। इस पुस्तक में उन्होंने अपने जीवन से जुड़ी ग्यारह ऐसी घटनाओं का वर्णन किया है, जो मनुष्य को निराशा के भँवर से निकालकर आगे बढ़ने के लिए प्रोत्साहित करती हैं।