Cozy Up With these Books this January!

We are all loving the winter, because it makes for perfect weather to snuggle up with a nice, hot mug of tea (or any hot beverage of your choice) and – of course – a book.  No picture of cozy days is complete without books! If you feel the same way, we have some great…

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Why You Need to Read About the New Rules of Business

As the business-world becomes increasingly dynamic, innovative, and experimental – the benchmarks for brand-building are changing. Playing by a set rulebook is no longer enough. There are new (and higher) expectations now, and with them come new rules of doing business. From learning to prioritize employees’ well-being to investing in products that can do their…

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Can Spirituality Take Us Towards True Liberation?

In his third book in the Spiritual Power series, author Gian Kumar delves deep into questions that bother us throughout our lives on the fundamental existence of God.  He unravels the complex issues that we remain entangled in till we become aware of the power of spiritual awakening. Gian Kumar writes, ‘To be spiritual is…

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New Year, New Books for The Young Ones!

Start off the new year with a bang by inculcating the habit of reading. Let your child discover the wonders of reading with the help of these wonderful new books. Read an essential handbook for every student, discover tales of evil witches, meet a forgotten hero and more, this January. Here is a list of all the…

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5 Indian Ingredients You Can Use in Baking

  Uparwali Chai is a beautifully curated set of recipes full of nostalgic flavours and stories, this is a book every home cook will be referring to for generations to come. Baking ingredients are now widely available in major cities but for most of these recipes, local markets and kirana shops will provide everything you…

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6 Very Delhi Things You Find in ‘A Delhi Obsession’

Set in contemporary times and effectively M.G. Vassanji’s most urgent novel yet, A Delhi Obsession follows the inexplicable attraction between recent widower Munir Khan and Mohini Singh, a married liberal newspaper columnist. Delhi’s streets, monuments and ruins become the setting of their passionate affair. With the sights serving as an essential part of Vassanji’s storytelling,…

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