The Golden Age: Tahmima Anam, Rs. 295

Panoramic in its sense of history, intensely personal in its sense of drama. A stunning novel.

The Girl with the Golden Parasol: Uday Prakash, Rs. 250

An unconventional novel that explores the relationship between politics and power; translated from Hindi.

A Thousand Splendid Suns: Khaled Hosseini, Rs. 395

Paperback edition of the heartbreaking novel about female suffering and endurance under the Taliban.

Chasing Harry Winston: Lauren Weisberger, Rs. 195

Story of three best friends who vow to change their entire lives. Another best seller from the author of ‘The Devil Wears Parda.’

Bones To Ashes: Kathy Reichs, Rs. 243

Delivering forensic revelations guaranteed to chill the heart. Gripping, full of twists and turns.


Limping to the Centre of the World - Journey to Mount Kailas: Timeri N. Murari, Rs. 350

Engaging, insightful and vivid, this book is the description of a remarkable journey to one of the truly inhospitable regions of the world.

Imperial Life in the Emerald City - Inside Baghdad’s Green Zone: Rajiv Chandrasekaran, Rs. 395

Black comedy, set in the graveyard of the neo-conservative dream. American reportage at its best.

Jesus of Nazareth: Joseph Ratzinger Pope Benedict XVI, Rs. 395

A great deal to reread, to question and to reflect upon. A remarkable book.

Good Night and God Bless - On life, Literature and a Few Other Things, with Footnotes, Quotes and other Such Literary Diversions: Anita Nair, Rs. 399

A sparkling collection of literary essays, each one a bedtime rumination.

The Dragon and the Foreign Devils - Chin and the World,1100 BC to the Present: Harry G . Gelber, Rs. 595

An informed and extensively readable introduction to 3,000 years of Chinese history.