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Nicholas Roerich continues to arouse interest and scholarship.
Nicholas Roerich continues to arouse interest and scholarship.

Nicholas Roerich: A Quest & A Legacy

Rs. 1,495.00

Nicholas Roerich continues to arouse interest and scholarship. The essays in this volume provide some answer. The contributors from all over the world look at Roerich’s life from varying perspectives to explain his multi-faceted personality and come to a holistic understanding of the man and his times.

Sri Ratna & Kim Suro

N. Parthasarathi,

Rs. 110.00

Ayodhya that gave humanity the story of Ramayana is also the place that gave the legend of its Princess Sriratna marrying to King Kim Suro of the Gaya kingdom of Korea sometime in AD 48. This graphic novel is an attempt to further that symbol of friendship and family ties between the two countries as believed in the legend.


John Kasarda & Greg

Lindsay, Rs. 399.00

A combination of a giant airport, city and business hub, the aerotropolis will be at the heart of the next phase of globalisation. Drawing on decade’s worth of cutting-edge research the authors offer a look at how the metropolis of the future will bring us together and how we can make the most of this new world.

Incredible Lucknow

Saiyed Anwer Abbas,

Rs. 375.00

Locks, Mahabharata

and Mathematics

V. Raghunathan,

Rs. 399.00

In this work the author presents three disparate elements in a way that they form a composite picture in our mind. An exercise in lateral thinking, the book offers a feast of reason, imagination and fantasy that will refresh the mind and bring joy in the discovery of unexpected parallels in the world around us.

Drone Warfare

Medea Benjamin,

Rs. 350.00

In this cogent and well researched book the author makes it clear that drones are not just another high-tech military trinket. The work sketches out the nightmare possibilities posed by this insane proliferation.

50 Writers 50 Books

Rs. 499.00

Fifty contemporary writers write on their favourite work in Indian fiction. In this unusual collection the essays range from the personal to the scholarly, from the stylish to the provocative.

Steel Nibs Are


Rs. 799.00

The second of the two volumes that document the upsurge of dalit writing in South India that began in the mid-1970s brings together in English translation 43 writers, activists and public intellectuals from Kannada and Telugu.

A Complaint is a Gift

Janelle Barlow

& Claus Moller,

Rs. 399.00

Road Affair

Tushar Agarwal,

Rs. 295.00

The book is a very passionate account of a man’s love for the road and road trips. The best way to see the world is through the windscreen and the author puts you in the driver’s seat with his readable book.

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