Mad Girl’s Love Song: Rukmini Bhaya Nair, Rs. 399
A story that encompasses past, present and future, and held together by love, longing and literature.
Prophet Of Love: Farrukh Dhondy, Rs. 299
It is about sexual duplicity and intrigue, with a charismatic god-man at its centre.
The Hired Man: Aminatta Forna, Rs. 499
Ingenious examination of the kind of ghosts that those with no experience of the civil war are unable to see.
This Is Where I Am: Karen Campbell, Rs.799
Of loss and guilt, friendship and hope, and of what we can grow from the ashes of the past.
She Rises: A Novel: Kate Worsley; Rs. 499
This bold, brilliant and utterly original love story is a gripping search for identity and survival.
An Uncertain Glory: UNCERTAIN GLORY: India And Its Contradictions: Jean Dreze and Amartya Sen; Rs. 699
Presents a powerful analysis not only of India’s deprivations and inequalities, but also of the restraints on addressing them.
Post-Colonial Theory And The Specter of Capital: Vivek Chibber, Rs. 450
Offers the most comprehensive response yet to post-colonial theory; promises to be a historical milestone in contemporary social theory.
Midnight To The Boom: MIDNIGHT TO THE BOOM: Painting In India After Independence: Susan S. Bean, Rs. 2,660
Beautifully illustrated publication that brings forth a deep knowledge of both India and modern and contemporary art.
Children Of The Days: Collection Of Human History: Eduardo Galeano, Rs. 799
A majestic humanist treasure that shows us how to live and how to remember.
The Anatomy Of Violence: The Biological Roots Of Crime: Adrian Raine, Rs. 899
Reveals the inside story on the working of the brains of murderers, psychopaths and serial killers.
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