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A Brief Hour Of Beauty: A Tribute To Edmund Thomas Clint The Master Who Died Young: Ammu Nair, Rs. 295

A moving account of Clint’s life, the world he lived in and how he celebrated them both through his art.

Riot Politics: Hindu-Muslim Violence And The Indian State: Ward Berenschot, Rs. 495

A novel approach to understanding the processes that foster outbursts of communal violence in India.

And Man Created God: Kings, Cults, And Conquests At The Time Of Jesus: Selina O'Grady, Rs. 964

Takes the reader on a dazzling journey across the empires of the ancient world to reveal how emperors and kings manipulated religion to consolidate their power.

The World Until Yesterday: Jared Diamond, Rs. 599

Diamond reveals how tribal societies offer an extraordinary window into how our ancestors lived for millions of years - until virtually yesterday, in evolutionary terms - and provide unique, often overlooked insights into human nature.

Witness To History: Rodney Castleden, Rs. 850

Features first hand accounts of major events by those who saw it happen, including such prominent historical figures as Buzz Aldrin, Captain Scott, Orville Wright and Che Guevara as well as those who remained in the shadows, but saw everything.


The Oath Of The Vayuputras: Amish, Rs. 350

The Oath of the Vayuputras is the final book of the Shiva Trilogy. In the earlier books of the trilogy, Shiva finds out that the Nagas are not his enemies and joins hands with them to reach the root of all evil.

Special 26: Gabriel Khan, Rs. 199

The novel pits a crack CBI team led by ace investigator Waseem Khan against India's brainiest conman, Ajay, whose gang is responsible for a series of outrageous robberies across India.

The Great Mogul: Rajeev Jacob, Rs. 450

Two young scholars dusting through the world of musty old archival records find themselves chasing the elusive trail of The Great Mogul - one of the world’s largest diamond. Along the way they find out more about a dissolute English mercenary's perilous and exciting quest to seek a great fortune which nearly leaves him dead.

The Panther: Nelson Demille, Rs. 699

In an action-packed and terrifying race to take down one of the most ruthless men alive, Nelson DeMille reunites readers with his charismatic hero John Corey.

Jorsanko: Aruna Chakravarti, Rs. 350

A fascinating account of how the Tagore women influenced and were in turn influenced by their illustrious male counterparts, the times they lived in and the family they belonged to.

Source: Modern Book Centre

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