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Sons of Sita

Ashok. K. Banker,

Rs. 345.00

This is the conclusion of the author’s internationally acclaimed Ramayana Series. It is arguably the most popular English-language retelling of the ancient Sanskrit epic.

Your Medical Mind

Jerome Groopman &

Pamela Hartzband,

Rs. 395.00

By elucidating the often subtle and varied ways that patients make decisions, the authors help to sharpen the thinking of any reader facing a medical situation. This book is packed with gripping case studies, presents a timely and finely nuanced analysis of an overlooked subject.

The Art of Travel

Alain De Botton,

Rs. 499.00

With the help of a selection of writers, artists and thinkers, this book provides invaluable insights into everything from holiday romance to hotel minibars, airports to sightseeing.

HHhH

Laurent Binet,

Rs. 599.00

Two men have been enlisted to kill the head of the Gestapo, Richard Heydrich. His boss is Heinrich Himmler but everyone in the SS says Himmler’s brain is called Heydrich, which in German spells HHhH. This work is a panorama of the Third Reich told through the life of one brutal man.

Lemongrass and

Ginger

Leemei Tan,

Rs. 1,170.00

Find recipes from all over Asia – Japan & Korea, China, Philippines & Indonesia, Malaysia & Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia & Vietnam and India & Sri Lanka. It is traditional Asian cooking with a modern twist.

The Man Who Cycled The Americas

Mark Beaumont,

Rs. 550.00

This is the story of Mark’s journey down the longest mountain range on the planet and the dangers and exhilaration that it brought. It is a thrilling trip through the diverse cultures of our most fascinating continents.

The Art of Power

Thich Nhat Hanh,

Rs. 199.00

Turning our conventional understanding of power on its head, the world-renowned Zen master and author reveals how the power comes from within. What we seek, we already have.

Coastal Histories

Rs. 695.00

This volume examines themes pertaining to different coastal regions of India. This book should be of interest to students and scholars of maritime history of India.

Nobody Can

Love You More

Mayank Austen

Soofi, Rs. 399.00

The sex workers of Kotha No. 300 raise their children, cook for their lovers, complain about pimps and brothel owners, nd entertain customers. By following the daily lives of the denizens of one kotha the author paints an intimate portrait of women for whom sex is work.

(Source: Kochi Books, Fort Kochi. Phone: 2218730. www.kochibooks.com)

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