Mohanaswamy is semi-autobiographical in nature and draws heavily from its author Vasudhendra’s experiences.
The book is an example of what the horizon of contemporary writing can look like which is inclusive and pushed imagination of both writing and reading.
This story is not only about ravaged women, it is about the attempt to extinguish their spirit, about the limits of endurance, the depraved side of humanity, and of astonishing resilience.
Archana Pai Kulkarni reviews Prajna by Mira Manek, a book that focusses on the attainment of intuitive wisdom.
With remarkable candour and humour, Bamzai touches upon a range of subjects like work-life balance, female rage, money management, motherhood, tackling pain and grief.
Composed in Sanskrit in around 300 CE, the Panchatantra is one of the oldest collections of fables in the world. Devised for…