By Which We See All Colours

Novel: By Which We See All Colours

A brief love affair in Bombay with bright young Serge Signoret marks eighteen year old Namita Joshi for life. Married to a man hand picked for a perfect marriage, Namita looks for the same love, the same fulfilment that she has tasted once. Instead something dark and destructive engulfs her life, challenging her and everything she believed in. Three decades later she meets Serge, this time in Paris. Again she has choices...

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Back to Being Eligible

Novel: Back to Being Eligible

A love story set in India, in a middle class Delhi of the '70s,'80s and '90s, Mridula the now famous novelist tells us her story from when she was a beautiful, bright, twenty year old. A self absorbed, naive girl evolves before our eyes into an interesting, mature character who understands life; an enjoyable novel of surprising depth.

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Somebody to Love

Poetry: Somebody to Love

A short collection of clever, insightful poems on age old preoccupations such as Love, God, Existence and Co-existence. In this slim volume of poetry Mrinalini paints word pictures that are unafraid and fresh, entertaining us with what it may mean to be human.

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Somebody to Love

Biography: Bansi Lal Ka Jahaaz

This is a story of an ordinary Indian boy who despised the idea of an ordinary life. Bansi Lal's ambition was not ordinary yet his means were limited. He knew that he had the ability to take risks, the drive to work with his whole heart, as well as a tendency to freely help others wherever he got the opportunity. He started as a teenager without higher education. He believed in God but he also took chances with his luck. In the end, he was known as the Bhishma Pitamah or grandsire of the travel business particularly in Punjab. A true story that inspires....

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