Set in Gurugram and Delhi in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, 'Mad Mommas' touches on the bittersweet realities of four women who are in different stages of motherhood.
Yashaswini Chandra is an exhilarating journey, covering from caravan-trade routes originating in Central Asia and Tibet to Mughal emperors and the Rajput warrior states.
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'.
The book is a brilliant narrative woven around the lives of the oppressed people in the upper Kuttanad region of central Kerala.
Malayalam writer S Hareesh's controversial novel Meesha is once again in the limelight as it won the JCB Prize for Literature 2020 recently.
The stories were commissioned on behalf of Nokia phones and have been created and designed to be shared with loved ones as short, text-able messages of hope.
Pant's book takes a humorous and light approach to address an important issue, relevant to every woman in the world, without being belligerent or pedantic.
This is a story of a woman protagonist who longs to belong but dares not conform, who is moving through her life in a city that almost becomes her companion.
The life of a man from his early childhood in the backyard of nature in Kerala, vibrant youth his dream journey to Malaya, and the events that unfold thereafter.