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As bodies begin to pile up one after the other, and it becomes clear that a serial killer is on the prowl, Inspector Borei Gowda recognizes a pattern in the killings which no one else does. In Patang , a man is found brutally murdered, his body posed like a kite on the tallest cell tower in the city. The novel showcases one of the most shocking and brilliantly worded stories of love, albeit from different view points and orientations. Via crastascovers. Sorry, You're Not My Type is the story of one of the reputed Delhi based college music band, VAYU - Vikrant, Anamika and Yuvi, and they will make you believe 'When your passion and purpose is greater than your fears, you find a way to overcome them'.
The God Of Small Things is a cleverly written book which explores the full range of human emotion, pivoting around tragedy and hope. It will absolutely gut you from beginning to end. The characters are complicated and melancholic but also lovable and deeply loved by one another. The suffering is so real; some succumb to it while others do not. Desai, as always, weaves a story that will grip you from start to finish with its relatable characters and vivid visual imagery.
The book is a heartwarming story of normal life that encompasses all the emotions that go with it. In The White Tiger , we find a profound first person narrative that provides a compulsive, obsessive, and unapologetic protagonist. An amazing story of one man, searching for himself, while committing acts of profanity along the way.
Jhumpa Lahiri's style is elegant and sweet above all, which translates into her narratives creating an ever accessible reality for the reader. The novel showcases the journey of finding oneself, realising the importance of one's culture and history, and most importantly how to find the balance between who you are and who you want to be.
As always, Rushdie expresses his thoughts with exuberance, precision, as well as snark. The novel is a fascinating glimpse into Indian business culture and family culture, while also touching upon the hardly touched upon topic of child abuse and the cultural response to the subject.
The novel, although saddening till the end, showcases a kind of melancholy that will stick with you. A book that very surreally presents the joys and reflections of life in Patna. The real beauty of the book is in its characters, and the way their stories demonstrate the flawed but maddeningly true nuances of life.
For the heart wrenching emotions Pandita evokes through his passages. The author's very poignant struggle to clarify why we make the choices we make. It subtly explores insightful revelations about returning to one's country and revisiting one's heritage, after having left.
Mukherjee's area of expertise is looking at India and India's various complex identities, and Jasmine is no exception. It's an exploration of all the stories of his life that led him to eventually write some of his own.
This book takes you up close to the lives of the people in Congo's chaotic, hustling capital of Kinshasa, and in the the picturesque but insecure East, thousands of miles away.
The analogies used and the characters that you meet speak to you through their crafty and imaginative presentation. The Hungry Tide excels due to Amitav Ghosh's brilliance with making you visualise what he writes. The novel exudes visual stimuli, and the breathtaking landscape of the Sundarbans tied in with the interesting quest at the heart of the novel, are enough to enthrall you. The novel showcases one of the most shocking and brilliantly worded stories of love, albeit from different view points and orientations.
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A riveting take on 'The Mahabharata,' as told from the perspective of Princess Panchaali. Train to Pakistan is one of the most painfully sad and disturbing — yes informative and eye-opening — narratives one can read about the divide between India and Pakistan.
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Like most of his works, the novel is based on Malgudi, the fictional town in South India. The novel describes the transformation of the protagonist, Raju, from a tour guide to a spiritual guide and then one of the greatest holy men of India. The novel brought its author the Sahitya Akademi Award for English. Narayan published in The book includes 32 stories, all set in the fictional town of Malgudi, located in South India.
Each of the stories portrays a facet of life in Malgudi. This book deals with the abolition of the princely states system in India. The plot of this book revolves around the argument for eradicating the caste system. Instead of depicting the Partition in terms of only the political events surrounding it, Singh digs into a deep local focus, providing a human dimension which brings to the event a sense of reality, horror, and believability.
It is themed around the socio economic deprivation as well as the exploitation of the village poor. It was translated into English in by Jai Ratan. Harrison, who wants him to stay away from Indians and groom him as a pure Englishman. Mitter, AKA Feluda. These stories are now available in 2 volumes of The Complete Adventures of Feluda. They were translated into English by Gopa Majumdar.
In this book he mingles the growth and changes of India's politics, societies, national feelings with those of his own personality. It is a serious and introspective narrative and historical testimony.
The book explores how the small things affect people's behaviour and their lives. It won the Booker Prize in The novel has been well-received, making the New York Times bestseller list in addition to winning the Man Booker Prize.
The major theme is colonialism and the effects of post-colonialism. The novel follows the story of four families over a period of 18 months, and centres on Mrs.
Rupa Mehra's efforts to arrange the marriage of her younger daughter, Lata, to a "suitable boy". Her destiny is a tumultuous voyage across the Indian Ocean shortly before the outbreak of the Opium Wars in China and onboard are a diverse cast of characters. The novel brings vividly to life a small corner of India while offering a stark indictment of colonialism. The book is not about hope.
It is about hopelessness. More than anything else, it is about distress and religious intolerance that can divide humanity and win elections. It explores all varieties of hue that India represented from then to now and documents India like it has never been documented before. It covers about two hundred years of political and socio-economic turbulence - to - and maps a wide and often complicated terrain of historical happenings.
It is one of the most accurate books which has been painstakingly written after thorough research based on legal and valid verbal and written sources. Brigadier Dalvi served in the Indian Army and gives a first-person account of the war. The book was banned by the Indian Government after its publication.
Besides examining the many ways in which the colonizers exploited India, he demolishes the arguments of Western and Indian apologists for Empire on the supposed benefits of British rule. The Mahabharata is not a mere epic; it is a romance, telling the tale of heroic men and women, and of some who were divine; it is a whole literature in itself, containing a code of life, a philosophy of social and ethical relations, and speculative thought on human problems.
It was translated into English by Pradip Bhattacharya. Banker's Ramayana Series is a retelling of Valmiki Ramayanam. The aim is not to outgrow myth, but to be enriched and empowered by its ancient, potent and still relevant language. His unique approach makes the ancient hymn accessible, combined as it is with his trademark illustrations. It provides a sympathetic portrait of a man whom the British portrayed as a great villain.
The book is written as an autobiography in which Nana Saheb describes his life in his own words. The first part, The Twentieth Wife , narrates the story of Mehrunnisa, the powerful wife of Jahangir. Curse of the Blood River knits 3, years of powerful ancient and modern-day characters and a nail-biting conspiracy - all in one literary thriller. It is the first among a series of four books. A saga of violence and deceit, gods and demons, love and ambition.
This warrior is not from South India but rather a Greek woman, who has been surrendered in defeat by a raiding party bested by the Cholas. Together they rediscover the gloomy city of Fatehpur Sikri; a city which was abandoned soon after its completion. Tale of the Vanquished depicts the tale of Ramayana from the viewpoint of Ravana and a common Asura, Bhadra. Rather, it is a completely new myriad of characters woven into the familiar story of the Kauravas and the Pandavas seen through the eyes of Govinda Shauri.
It is a compelling saga, blended by history, spiced by legend and mutated by myth. It gives us a message that if the situations are handled in a more matured way all these lives can be saved.
I Too Had a Love Story is one such saga.
It is a tender and heartfelt tale of Ravin and Khushi — two people who find each other on a matrimonial site and fall in love, until life puts their love to the ultimate test. The book explores what it takes to dream fearlessly and giving love a second chance.
All he remembers now is a name — Shreyasi, a girl who was in the same car and whose hazy face now haunts his dreams. It is a very fresh and unique love story which transcends age and geographical boundaries and makes you go all goey in the heart. The Story of My Marriage is about a couple coming from two different states in India, who face hardships in convincing their parents to approve of their marriage.
The book is is partly autobiographical. The tale of his first love Anamika. Hidden away from the world, in the deep belly of the Himalayas lies the Ragyabas monastery which has a treasure worth millions in its possession. Fearing Chinese invasion, the head monk decides to hand over the treasure to India for safe-keeping. But, the Chinese have different plans. It is is a story of friendship and betrayal, of terrible violence, of an astonishing modern city and its dark side.
Within days was a household name, courtesy his cerebral skills and the exciting situations he found himself in. The English version is translated by Monimala Dhar. Sundeep is ambitious and selfish, which leads him to achieve his goals through unscrupulous means. Swami is the exact opposite as he sticks to his morals and ethics to ensure success in his career.
They embark on a journey to unearth the truth, a journey riddled with fallacies and conspiracies, planted intentionally to trap them. Her life is in danger. Someones been following her around, watching her every move, trying to get control over her life. As one corpse after another turns up in the unlikeliest of places, maverick investigator Chandrakant Rathod has to pit his sharp instincts against the machinations of the sadistic, ruthless killer.
The suspects — her house guests, and Kimaaya herself! As bodies begin to pile up one after the other, and it becomes clear that a serial killer is on the prowl, Inspector Borei Gowda recognizes a pattern in the killings which no one else does. His full name is Trilokeshwar Shonku, and by occupation, he is an inventor. Professor Shonku was translated into English by Sukanya Jhaveri in The trilogy narrates the reawakening of the terrible rakshas, Danh-Gem, and the arrival of a hero to face him.
The Beginning. The story revolves around Sivagami, a character of Baahubali. It also tells the readers more about Kattappa, another important character of the story. It features Shape-shifters, more specifically werewolves, and explores the concepts of love, cannibalism, and what it means to be human.
It is told in a multi-layered manner, alternating between different time periods and perspectives. They have their own council, police and justice systems. It narrates the story of Anantya Tantrik who struggles to stop the madness of White and Red Tantriks who are facing off, and of a Black tantric who is brewing some dangerous shakti.
Now twenty years later, Akila has mysteriously reappeared, grown-up and gorgeous. She tells him of surreal worlds, her travels between them and her encounters with strange creatures. But a vengeful ancient spirit has returned to shatter the peace. With the help of magical powers, he has possessed a young man and mobilised black yogis to destroy the NINE. At the same time, children are vanishing from the slums of the capital and nobody seems to care.
Now it is upon journalist Chandrasekhar, historian Meenakshi Pirzada and intelligence operative Syed Ali Hassan to follow the leads and solve the mystery. Alice in Deadland is the story of Fifteen-year-old Alice who has spent her entire life in the Deadland learning how best to use guns and knives in the ongoing war for survival against the Biters. Furious at his humble situation in life, Ayyan develops an outrageous story that his year-old son is a mathematical genius — a lie which becomes increasingly elaborate and out of control.
In the s, India has been nuked by the Chinese and is in a pitiable state. Pakistan ceases to exist after being bombed by the Americans. With this backdrop, Shovon contrives a humorous story defacing the power mongers.
The protagonist, Parvati, decides to go off men when she is dumped by her boyfriend. But given the unending record of her life's embarrassments, it's not going to be that simple.
I QUIT! Now What? But soon they realize that chances of finding a groom for her are slim - mainly because she's not. At 93 kilos, she knows she isn't the ideal weight for marriage, even if her family believes she's the ideal age. Gandhi, covering his life from early childhood through to It was written in weekly instalments and published in his journal Navjivan from to The English translation was done by Mahadev Desai.
The book summarises Tendulkar's early days, his 24 years of international career and aspects of his life that have not been shared publicly. A Memoir , R. Narayan in his usual winning, humorous style, shares his life story, beginning in his grandmother's garden in Madras with his ferocious pet peacock.
He begins with a dream and a gentle haunting, before taking us to an idyllic childhood in Jamnagar by the Arabian Sea, where he composed his first poem, and New Delhi in the early s, where he found material for his first short story. An Autobiography , Kalam examines his early life, effort, hardship, fortitude, luck and chance that eventually led him to lead Indian space research, nuclear and missile programs.
With engaging candour, eloquence, and wit, Paramahansa Yogananda narrates the inspiring chronicle of his life. Instead, significant power was wielded by the Congress party's president Sonia Gandhi.
But there is another part of the story that has remained unrecorded and buried. Our Moon Has Blood Clots is the unspoken chapter in the story of Kashmir, in which it was purged of the Kashmiri Pandit community in a violent ethnic cleansing backed by Islamist militants.
The Definitive Biography recounts Rajini's career in meticulous detail, tracing his incredible cinematic journey from his very first film, Apoorva Raagangal, in to memorable forays into Bollywood to the mega-hits. Along the way, the book provides rare insights into Rajini's personal life. Be it his trademark moustache, stories of his daring escapades or his ruthless massacre of officers, Veerappan continues to fascinate, even thirteen years after his death.
On a life-changing odyssey to an ancient culture, he discovers powerful, wise, and practical lessons that give us the wisdom to create a life of passion, purpose, and peace.
Using common sense and varying lessons taken from ancient wisdom to modern philosophy, he shows how we can deal with issues of our daily lives, and how we can turn otherwise bad situations into good ones.
It is a means to create inner situations exactly the way you want them, turning you into the architect of your own joy.