Great Jataka Tales—Noor Inayat Khan

December 4, 2018

Brilliant retellings of some of the world’s and India’s earliest stories, beloved by children and adults alike for over 2,000 years.

The Heart Breaks Free & The Wild One—Ismat Chughtai

December 4, 2018

Two bestselling novellas by one of the greatest writers in Urdu. Co-published with Women Unlimited.

Uncertain Journeys—Edited by A.S. Panneerselvan

December 4, 2018

An important book which explores the human costs of labour migration from South Asia to the Middle East and Southeast Asia.

An Imperial Disaster

December 4, 2018

‘Elegantly written, deeply moving, humane, angry without being polemical. One of the most compelling historical reconstructions of a climatic disaster that I’ve read.’—Sunil Amrith, Professor of South Asian Studies and Professor of History, Harvard University

When I Was a Boy—Ruskin Bond

December 4, 2018

A beautifully written account of the childhood of one of India’s favourite writers.

Where Some Things Are Remembered—Dom Moraes

December 4, 2018

‘The greatest Indian prose stylist, with the most beautiful sentences.’—Amitav Ghosh, Hindustan Times

My Father’s Garden—Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar

December 4, 2018

A bold, brilliant new book about love, heartbreak and politics by Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar, critically acclaimed and bestselling author.

My Temples, Too; Fireflies in the Mist

November 1, 2018

Two modern classics about Independence and Partition—and how they changed India—by perhaps Urdu’s greatest novelist. Co-published with Women Unlimited.

Connaught Place and the Making of New Delhi—Swapna Liddle

November 1, 2018

With the skill of a storyteller and the knowledge of a historian, Swapna Liddle makes this book an invaluable guide for those who live in New Delhi, and those who come to visit the city.

Jiya Jale—Gulzar in conversation with Nasreen Munni Kabir

November 1, 2018

The legendary lyricist, poet and filmmaker tells us of the art and stories behind the making of his best songs—some of the finest and most popular of Hindi Cinema—from 1963 to the present.

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