The Free Voice: On Democracy, Culture and the Nation (Revised and Updated Edition)
by Ravish Kumar

‘This brave and timely book should be required reading for every Indian.’—Nayantara Sahgal

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The Sixth River: A Journal from the Partition of India
by Fikr Taunsvi (Translated by Maaz Bin Bilal)

‘Deftly combining social satire with political critique, Taunsvi anticipates Manto’s Partition fiction, written after 1948… The Sixth River is a most welcome addition to the burgeoning personal narratives on Punjab’s and India’s partition.’ —Ayesha Jalal

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Tales from the Tail End: My Cancer Diary
by Ananya Mukherjee (Illustrated by Peeyush Sekhsaria)

‘Fighting an illness is like going through a tunnel...[Tales] is like the light at the end of that tunnel. I wish I could have met Ananya to tell her what a beautiful account she has written about her journey with cancer.’— Yuvraj Singh

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The Juvenile Immigrant: Indian Stories from America
by Namrata Verghese

‘An artful and potent collection: these are wonderfully observed, playful, sharp, surprising stories that powerfully explore the hinterlands of alienation and dislocation.’—Mahesh Rao, author of Polite Society and winner of the Tata First Book Award

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Rowing Between the Rooftops: The Heroic Fishermen of the Kerala Floods
by Rejimon Kuttappan

‘Rejimon writes in a highly readable manner [of these]…heart-warming anecdotes of the valour of our coastal communities…whose members are well deserving of the highest praise and admiration from a grateful society. A work to cherish!’ —Dr Shashi Tharoor, MP

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Synapse: Ratan Oak Stories
by Kalpish Ratna

‘The pull of a Kalpish Ratna novel is undeniable, even hypnotic.’—The Telegraph

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No Path in Darjeeling Is Straight: Memories of a Hill Town
by Parimal Bhattacharya

‘Parimal Bhattacharya’s outstanding prose elegy captures the essence of Darjeeling, for me the Queen of Hill Stations, a place of many happy and sad memories.’—Mark Tully

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A Cloud Called Bhura: Climate Champions to the Rescue
by Bijal Vachharajani (Illustrated by Aindri C.)

A story about four friends, a city in need of help, a bunch of clueless groan-ups and a very angry, very brown and very dangerous cloud.

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Off We Go! To Delhi, to Delhi
by Arthy Muthanna Singh and Mamta Nainy (Illustrated by Aniruddha Mukherjee)

A journey to the capital city of India.  

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Off We Go! To Mumbai, to Mumbai
by Arthy Muthanna Singh and Mamta Nainy (Illustrated by Zainab Tambawalla)

A journey to the city that never sleeps.

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Off We Go! To Kolkata, to Kolkata
by Arthy Muthanna Singh and Mamta Nainy (Illustrated by Priyankar Gupta)

A journey to the city of joy.

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25 Gamechangers
by Devika Cariapa

The radical churn in society and politics, art and culture, science and technology, which makes up the recent history of modern India, was propelled by individuals—women and men who had the vision, courage and determination to leave behind a footprint of change.

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Ammama’s Sari
Written and illustrated by Niveditha Subramaniam

‘Ammama’s Sari was inspired by memories of my grandmother, for whom upcycling was a natural part of the fabric of life,’ says Niveditha.

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The Last Dance: A Novel
by Anmol Arora

“Let me go,” I screamed.
He punched me hard in the gut. Held me by my hair and dragged me away from the exit, back to the stage. I tried to grab hold of the chairs,the drapes, anything to resist him, but he was too strong, too evil.
“The session is not over, Ayla, where do you think you are going?” he asked.
. . .
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