In The Heaven And Earth Bridge, Pitamber uses the metaphor of a bridge to analyse the journey into introspection and salvation for every human.Read More
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This feature examines how home means different things to different people in ‘His Father’s Disease: Stories’ by Aruni Kashyap.
In this essay, Yash talks about how reading into the setting of a book gives him a better idea of the hidden histories that course beneath the story.
Ana was overcome with grief when she lost her father. In this essay, she talks about how reading helped her cope with his death.
Jeet Thayil’s Low takes us through drug addiction, the circular nature of grief, the follies of the world and human foibles.
Despite its popularity, romance literature is still considered to be a women-centric genre. Here, we attempt to find out if Indian men read romance.
In this essay, Oishani talks about why she loves reading romance and why romance novels will always hold a place of pride on her bookshelf.
Filled with guts, death, magical realism, gothic elements and sex, these fairy tales for adults are sure to renew your interest in the age-old tales.
To teach your children about grief and death, here are some recommendations that are sure to help them through difficult times.
In this list of brave warrior women of India, we see women who have defied every gender norm and fought bravely against all odds.
This list of short works of fiction delivers powerful and emotional lessons through nuanced observations, simple writing and relatable characters.
‘Tis the season of love! And regardless of whether you’re a single pringle or in a relationship, this list of books for every kind of love is great company.
If you love Charles Dickens’ style of writing, read these books by authors who are unsparing in their commentary of the dark side of society.
John Green’s Looking For Alaska came out in 2005, and was adapted onscreen in 2019. Find out if the show matches the magic of the book.
Grammar can be tricky and confusing. If you are looking to improve yours, this piece tells you why Dreyer’s English is a must-read.
Leila is a 2017 novel written by Prayaag Akbar. In 2019 Netflix released a TV show of the same name. This article compares the two.