The Yogini- An Excerpt

With her days split between a passionate marriage and a high-octane television studio job, Homi is a thoroughly modern young woman-until one day she is approached by a yogi on the street. This mysterious figure begins to follow her everywhere, visible only to Homi, who finds him both frightening and inexplicably arousing. Read an excerpt…

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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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“The trouble with discount websites is, you can’t see the people snatching bargains away from you.”- An excerpt from ‘Christmas Shopaholic’

Don’t panic. Don’t panic. I’ve got 5 minutes 52 seconds before my basket expires. That’s loads of time! All I have to do is quickly find one more item to bump up my total to £75 so I’ll get free delivery. Come on, Becky. You can find something. I’m scrolling down the BargainFamily site on…

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Meet Munir Khan and Mohini Singh from ‘A Delhi Obsession’

Two-time Giller Prize winner M.G. Vassanji returns with a powerful new novel, A Delhi Obsession about grief and second chances, tradition and rebellion, set in vibrant present-day Delhi. Munir Khan, a recent widower from Toronto, meets the charming and witty Mohini Singh, a married liberal newspaper columnist, and what follows is a passionate love affair–uncontrollable…

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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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