Earthsong Mamata Banerjee, Rs. 495.00

In this anthology of poems Mamata Banerjee reveals herself to be a true renaissance woman, a triple treat of art, poetry and steel-solid political will. This is a revealing look into the deeply personal ideaology that motivates the leader’s politics.

If you dream you can… A.G. Krishnamurthy, Rs. 345.00

The veteran ad man A. G. Krishnamurthy’s life story reads like a fairy tale come true. The journey of his life becomes engrossing because he is the creator of two of the country’s most respected advertising institutions, Mudra and MICA.

Transformative Scenario, Planning, Adam Kahane, Rs. 250.00

People who are trying to solve tough economic, social and environmental problems often find themselves stuck. They can’t solve their problems in their current context. Transformative scenario planning is a powerful new methodology for dealing with these challenges.

The Great Mathematical Problems, Ian Stewart, Rs. 850.00

This book is about the really big questions in mathematics, the problems that define the subject and which any mathematician would give their right arm to solve. Ranging from three millennia from Ancient Greece to CERN, this book shows how these big questions arose and why they are so important for mathematics and science as a whole.

Being Buddha At Work, Franz Metcalf& BJ Gallagher, Rs. 250.00

This book attempts to relate the Buddha’s advice to the modern workplace. It lists 108 ancient truths on change, stress, money and success.

Accidental Genius, Mark Levy, Rs. 299.00

When it comes to creating ideas, we hold ourselves back. That’s because inside each of us is an internal editor whose job is to forever polish our thoughts so we sound smart and in control and so we fit into society. For the author, freewriting is the answer.

Out Of Poverty, Paul Polak, Rs. 350.00

In this book the author, entrepreneur, inventor and pioneer of pro-poor technologies tells why mainstream poverty eradication programmes have fallen so sadly short and how he and the organisation he founded, International Development Enterprises, developed an approach that has already succeeded in lifting 17 million people out of poverty.

Pattern Rs. 5,385.00

This work presents 100 of the most exciting contemporary fashion designers selected by 10 of the field’s leading professionals. They are arranged in alphabetical order, with each featured on their own two double-page spreads. It combines photographs, sketches, drawings, computer-renderings that gives exposure to previously unseen archive material.

Leaders Make The Future, Bob Johansen, Rs. 350.00

Whether a seasoned leader or a first-time manager this work will help bring clarity to what the author calls VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous). It is a road-map for 21st century leadership.

Princes & Painters, Rs. 2,499.00

Between 1707 and 1857, Delhi was the hotbed of political intrigue and power struggles. But it also saw a burst of artistic innovation and experimentation. Art historians are only now coming to recognise the richness of the work created in this period. With essays by distinguished scholars this work is a visual document of 18th and 19th century Delhi.

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

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