Niyogi Books offers from its Thornbird imprint a compelling melange of Indian language literature in translation over the next 20 day starting starting Saturday.
The narrative provides an up-close peek into the working of bureaucracy, especially the Archaeological Survey of India, including what they do and how.
Based on a true World War II story, Janet Skeslien Charles' 'The Paris Library' is an unforgettable novel about the power of books and the bonds of friendship.
Apart from shedding light on the real image of the army men in uniform and otherwise, the story depicts the colourful motley of the cultural diversity in India.
Titled Argans: The Dream Knights, published by Amazon, has received overwhelmingly positive reviews and has also been nominated for the Amazon fiction competition.
Through three fun characters, Veni, Vidi and Vici, who love talking about things that start with the letter V, the book answers several questions regarding vaccines.
Author Rucha Chitrodia weaves the story of a young girl's coming of age that in many ways reflects the transformation of what could easily have deteriorated into the city's underbelly.
The new titles - 'Women Who Misbehave' and 'Impetuous Women' - are stories of women who step across the Laxman Rekha.
It was a conscious decision in order to allow the story to unfold naturally and to allow facts to speak for themselves, says writer Sonia Faleiro about her latest book.
Earlier, Penguin had published the 30th anniversary edition of Sealy's critically acclaimed debut novel 'The Trotter-Nama'.