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.
Ajanta Paul’s twelve short stories dwell on a variety of themes encompassing natural calamities, social ills, historical upheavals and more
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.
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
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
Three books by the author- Nomad’s Land, A Very Naughty Dragon and A Day with Gandhi, will be coming out this year
Having lived in six countries by the age of 15, journalist-turned-author Ashwini Devare pens down her memoirs in her latest book
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.
The author who gifted us The Book Thief was here in the city with his new read
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’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
‘No Presents Please’ emerges as the winner from a shortlist of six to take the coveted US $25,000 DSC Prize.