As we celebrate 71 years of Independence, it would behove us to remember the role of pre-Independence literature in our freedom struggle.Read More
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Find out why we read from the perspective of three ladies whose lives, relationships and careers have been affected by reading
August 9 is Book Lovers Day which celebrates all readers. Here are some ideas on how you too can celebrate Book Lovers Day.
Written in reverential tones and with exceptional uniformity, North Korean literature functions like a weapon of mass destruction. Find out how.
Our freedom of speech is under threat. With the help of Ravish Kumar’s book, The Free Voice, we discuss the consequences of suppressing free speech.
This writer ruminates on the joy and danger of speaking more than one language and talks about her journey to becoming bilingual.
Learn how to predict the future by reading history, and how to choose the correct books using The Lindy Effect and First Principles Thinking.
This is a list of some of India’s most iconic female freedom fighters and the books you should read to understand their lives.
These 7 novels explore the freedom struggle of India and the aftermath of Independence with a special focus on the Partition.
In honour of Book Lovers Day, here is a list of 10 books about books that you can read to celebrate your love of books, reading and literature.
Sacred Games is a 2006 novel written by Vikram Chandra. In 2018 Netflix released a TV show of the same name. This article compares the two.
If you are going to read one parenting book, read Brain Rules by John Medina. Find out how it can help you raise a happy and smart child.
In 2008, Harinder S. Sikka published a book, Calling Sehmat, the story of an Indian spy who married a Pakistani in order to collect vital information for her country. In 2018, the book was made into a movie, Raazi, starring Alia Bhatt. This article compares how successful the film adaptation is.