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Motherhood and Its (Dis)contents in 7 Books

The challenges of motherhood are often ones we look over, glossing over the nuances and complexities. Here are some works of fiction that capture it best.

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7 Books That Might Change Your Love Life

“Love and marriage go together like horse and carriage” sang Sinatra in the 50s, but today’s millennials and Gen Z would scoff at the notion. Families come in all colors, shapes and…
Bhanu Kapil Winner of T.S. Eliot Prize

Indian-Origin Poet Bhanu Kapil Wins T.S. Eliot Poetry Prize

Indian-origin poet Bhanu Kapil is the winner of one of Britain’s most prestigious poetry awards, the T.S. Eliot prize, for her collection ‘How to Wash a Heart.’ The book is Kapil’s first…

The Inheritance of Pain: Avni Doshi’s “Burnt Sugar” Novel

In Avni Doshi’s Booker-shortlisted “Burnt Sugar,” narrator Antara begins by making a strong admission: “I would be lying if I said my mother’s misery has never given me pleasure.” This sets the…

Barak Obama's Book viewed through a window in London bookstore

5 New Books for Holiday Reading

  Looking forward to some holiday reading? Here are 5 recently released books that are handpicked just for you! Looking to add some new books to your ever-growing reading list? Getting into…

Raw and Honest

Actor, model, author, mother, cancer survivor. Lisa Ray in a candid interview with Jitin Hingorani

Top 3 Books

Celebrate Yourself: Here are the Top 3 Books to Help You.

Practicing intentional self-love is a revolutionary act. Every advertisement, every website pop-up, and many TV shows movies, and other forms of media benefit when you do not celebrate yourself. After all, they…

Anuradha Kumar

Traversing time and places with author Anuradha Kumar

“Coming Back to the City: Mumbai Stories” juxtaposes lives in Mumbai’s affluent high rises and the working-class residential ‘chawls,’ against a shadowy backdrop of real estate greed and land sharks. This novel…