Jitish Kallat, Covering Letter (2012)

Mahatma Gandhi at 150: Special focus at London Book Fair's India Pavilion

With a special focus on Mahatma Gandhi's 150th birth anniversary, the India Pavilion at the ongoing London Book Fair is displaying the digitised version of the Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi.

The Elixir Maker and Other Stories

Author Ajanta Paul launches her debut work of fiction, The Elixir Maker and Other Stories

Ajanta Paul’s twelve short stories dwell on a variety of themes encompassing natural calamities, social ills, historical upheavals and more

Dr Rashmi Kamal at the book launch, with artist Jogen Chowdhary and writer Subodh Sarkar, along with friends and colleagues

Bureaucrat Rashmi Kamal releases her debut novel, The Philanderer

The Philanderer draws heavily upon Rashmi Kamal’s experience as a medical student in Patna

Vichar Vinod

Vichar Vinod witnesses young intellects discuss hard-hitting realities on religion, caste

Organised by The Raza Foundation at India International Centre, the programme ‘Vichar Vinod’ witnessed young intellectuals and academics talk about Muslims, caste, religion and citizenship in India.

Gandur Mundu cover

Radical filmmaker Q releases the first path-breaking Bengali adult graphic novel 

The minds behind Gandu just came up with the first Bengali adult graphic novel, which has strong ties to the film which started it all

Mango_Education

Mango Education set to release a book of short sci-fi stories authored by kids

Ranging narratives of journeying through the galaxy, time travelling to stop the earth’s demise and man’s primal instinct to turn creator, the book comes complete with hand-drawn illustrations

Paro Anand will be releasing three books this year

Children’s author Paro Anand speaks about gender sensitisation for kids and her upcoming books 

Three books by the author- Nomad’s Land, A Very Naughty Dragon and A Day with Gandhi, will be coming out this year 

Ashwini Dewara

Journalist-author Ashwini Devare's memoir Lost at 15, Found at 50 revisits historic political events 

Having lived in six countries by the age of 15, journalist-turned-author Ashwini Devare pens down her memoirs in her latest book

Hari Kunzru

Author Hari Kunzru talks about his love for cities and what to expect from his upcoming book

The author also shares why he will never write a travelogue and will continue to pursue fiction

Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni offers a voice for Sita in The Forest of Enchantments

Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni is back with another mythological retelling, and this time, it is of Sita telling her own story in The Forest of Enchantments.

Markus Zusack

Australian author Markus Zusak's Bridge of Clay was his most ambitious book

The author who gifted us The Book Thief was here in the city with his new read

This year, the world’s largest literary festival drew over 400,000 visitors

Festival report: Jeffrey Archer, Ben Okri, Shashi Tharoor, Manisha Koirala and others light up Jaipur Lit Fest 2019

With a focus on subjects ranging from war, politics and climate change to gender, science and technology, mythology, cinema, activism and more, the 12th edition of JLF offered new perspectives

John Zubrzycki

Australian author John Zubrzycki is spell bound by Indian magic

John Zubrzycki’s fascination with  India isn’t about to diminish, as he’s set  to begin his next project, on the life of Gogia Pasha or Gily Gily Man

Jayant Kaikini along with translator Tejaswini Niranjana wins the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2018

‘No Presents Please’ emerges as the winner from a shortlist of six to take the coveted US $25,000 DSC Prize.

Author Amit Chaudhuri

Author Amit Chaudhuri's new book, Sweet Shop rediscovers Kolkata's love for sweets

Sahitya Akademi Award winner Amit Chaudhuri rediscovers Kolkata's insatiable love for sweets, in verse form