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NEW RELEASES FOR JUNE 2019

Who Is Bharat Mata? On History, Culture and the Idea of India: Writings by and on Jawaharlal Nehru
Edited and with an Introduction by Purushottam Agrawal

An unprecedented and timely collection of writings by and on Jawaharlal Nehru—the man who shaped newly independent India; and the icon whose legacy is the subject of intense and often angry debate today.


 
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She Stoops to Kill: Stories of Crime and Passion
Edited by Preeti Gill

Bulbul Sharma, Janice Pariat, Manjula Padmanabhan, Mitra Phukan, Paro Anand, Pratyaksha, Uddipana Goswami, Venita Coelho. Eight of India’s best fiction writers come together to produce a book of intrigue and murders most foul.



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One Foot on the Ground: A Life Told Through the Body
by Shanta Gokhale




One of the finest and most unusual autobiographies written in contemporary India.
 


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Kuknalim, Naga Armed Resistance: Testimonies of Leaders, Pastors, Healers and Soldiers
by Nandita Haksar and Sebastian M. Hongray

An immensely valuable and revealing book about the decadeslong Naga national movement, containing interviews with leaders, ideologues and soldiers that have never been published before.



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NEW CHILDREN'S BOOKS

Guthli has Wings
by Kanak Shashi (Written and Illustrated by Kanak Shashi)

Guthli is everyone’s favourite—a happy child who likes to draw fairies, swing and cycle. But then one day she is told not to wear her sister’s frilly frock that she loves, but her ‘own’ boy’s clothes. And things erupt.

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Malli Is Coming!
by Jeeva Raghunath (Illustrated by Nancy Raj)

Malli gave her uncle’s family many things when they came to her village. Now, she is coming to the city. Will they also give her something?

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BOOK EXCERPT

Dancing in the Family: The Extraordinary Story of the First Family of Indian Classical Dance
by Sukanya Rahman


In 1934 Ragini and her troupe were invited by the poet Rabindranath Tagore to perform in Shantiniketan. One late-evening performance was interrupted by piercing cries which suddenly sprang from somewhere in the front row, making the cultured Bengali audience, seated under a languid starlit sky, almost jump out of their skins.
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