Books You Must Read this Month


The Assassination of Indira Gandhi: The Collected Stories (Volume One)
by Upamanyu Chatterjee

A timely and wide-ranging anthology that brings together reports from the various battlefields of present-day India where marginalized groups—dalits, adivasis, workers, minority communities—and committed democrats, including writers and artists, are resisting oppression and intolerance.

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Body and Blood: Stories on Breaking the Ten Commandments
by Urmilla Deshpande

What would happen if one did steal, commit adultery, covet one’s neighbour’s goods, even murder…and break all the rules we were taught to live by?

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The Book of Love: Stories
by Ekarat

‘This is a collection of love stories. Though I cannot promise you a rose garden.’


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Side Effects of Living: An Anthology of Voices on Mental Health
Edited by Jhilmil Breckenridge and Namarita Kathait

‘This book is beautiful and it is brave. We can only salute the courage with which all these writers have let us into their lives, to give us a glimpse into the multiple worlds of what we have described and stigmatized as mental illness. Read them.’—JERRY PINTO, author Em and the Big Hoom and Murder in Mahim

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The Children’s Ramayana
by Upendrakishore Ray Chowdhury (Translated from Bengali by Tilottama Shome; Illustrated by Priyankar Gupta)

One of the world’s greatest epics retold by a master storyteller—now in a beautifully illustrated new translation.  

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Great Folk Tales of the World
by Anitha Murthy (Illustrated by Sayan Mukherjee)

Travel around the world with this glorious collection of best-loved folk tales.

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Cancer, Your Body and Your Diet: A Vital Journey
by Dr Arati Bhatia

An essential guide for cancer patients and caregivers about what to eat, when and why.

Using the Beneficial Effects of Food in Cancer
Foods to Boost the Immune System
Link between Immunity and Depression
. . .

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