The Banana & the Peepul Leaf

The Banana & the Peepul Leaf

Rs. 400/-
The dance of love, lust and desire – 'Kama' More info →
Indian Share Market for Beginners

Indian Share Market for Beginners

Rs. 200/-
"Take your share market knowledge to the next level. This book will help you invest in the share market with confidence." More info →
Gayathri- Women Stalwarts in Carnatic Music

Gayathri- Women Stalwarts in Carnatic Music

Rs. 175/-
Gayathri - Women Stalwarts in Carnatic Music is a tribute to the amazing women who strived to carve a niche for themselves in the field of Carnatic Music. The book was born as a result of the author's impressions about the lives of these women, their struggles and their ensuing success which in turn proved to be an inspiration for her. Gayathri seeks to absorb the subtleties in their lives that moulded them to be the stalwarts that they were and will be for eternity! More info →
When Shakespeare Lost the Plot

When Shakespeare Lost the Plot

Rs. 500/-
"FEAR NOT, YOUR MAJESTY, I SHALL KILL THEM ALL!" More info →
Money and Politics

Money and Politics

Rs. 325/-
Ben Antao's sixth novel Money and Politics looks at the turbulent times following the Liberation of Goa. It focusses on two principal protagonists, Dayanand Bandodkar and Jack de Sequeira and their newly formed political parties--- Maharashtrawadi Gomantak and United Goans respectively, spanning the time frame from December 1961 to January 1967. The author draws upon his intimate knowledge of the period, as a working journalist, and how money and politics shaped the emergent democracy. It's a work of fiction that conveys a sense of life and truth through the machinations of the two main characters. More info →
Love Beyond Life and Peace Beyond Words: The True Story of a Unique Re-union

Love Beyond Life and Peace Beyond Words: The True Story of a Unique Re-union

Rs. 299/-
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Genre: Other
This book throws open the personal experiences of a mother who lost her son at a prime age of 17 years. In her quest to find answers to the most difficult questions that derails most human beings at the loss of a loved one, she stumbles upon the chance to communicate with her dear departed son. And she grabs that opportunity with both hands. Throughout the book, we can find moments of anxiety and yet, in the end, we are relieved to see a mother's determined efforts bearing fruit in establishing a connection. The Q&A section of the book answers most of the questions that we have about our life and what happens thereafter, explained in a simple yet subtle way. The author hopes to provide those in desperation over the loss of a beloved one with some solace and hope with this book. More info →
Chasing Rainbows – A Student Guide to New Zealand

Chasing Rainbows – A Student Guide to New Zealand

Rs. 599/-
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Genre: Other
NEW ZEALAND is the world's most exciting education destination. Students from all around the world flock to the country to study. Why do they come to New Zealand? How do they select their institute and program? What do they study? What work do they do? Do they survive and thrive or crash and burn? And what must you do, as a potential student, to be successful in New Zealand? More info →
Mirage and Other Stories

Mirage and Other Stories

Rs. 199/-
First published in 1988, Rumadful is a delightful collection of short stories that capture a wide range of human emotions. In this collection, the author has also experimented with the science fiction genre, a bold step to take in Indian language fiction during the time it was published. More info →
Karmic Ishq

Karmic Ishq

Rs. 150/-
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Genre: Romance
Alisha is a young, ambitious and determined career woman. Work is her escape from the demons that haunt her. At home, she is a dutiful, caring and loving wife. She loves her husband but feels no passion for him. More info →
The Mobile Phone

The Mobile Phone

Rs. 225/-
The Mobile Phone is a story of connecting to the child within us. The story is set in Delhi and deals with the lives of Rohit, a tutor, and Prabhu, a child he teaches in the city. The author uses 'the paper mobile phone' as a symbol to connect with someone who is absent; someone we seek or someone who could hold us in our helplessness. The novel makes an attempt to understand death and deal with mourning. It looks at child's play and fantasy life. It also looks at adults who are evolving in relationship. More info →