An escape to a world of Mosaic

Seven is truly a unique number. It is said to represent the wholeness, completeness and even perfection. The legend of the creation story says “God made the world in six days & on the seventh day, he rested. Seven heavens, seven lives and seven wonders of the world.” Introducing the seventh wonder of the literary […]Read More


An Enchanting Discussion with the Renowned Author Sabarna Roy

Sabarna Roy is a trained Civil Engineer and passed out with a First Class Honours Civil Engineering Degree from Jadavpur University in 1988. He is presently working as Senior Vice President and is in the 25th year of his employment with Electrosteel Group. Sabarna Roy is engaged in giving leadership to Business Development, Applications Technology […]Read More


Check out Indian books for children on food, art, travel,

It’s been a while since books for children made the shift from fairytales to stories of divorce, diversity, loss. There are books, often story based, that will help your child understand gender fluidity, the loss of a grandparent, the concept of adoption. Lately, there’s been another turn in the road — books written by Indians […]Read More


Normal People streaming in India; know what the book is

Sally Rooney’s 2018 novel Normal People catapulted her to literary stardom. It was the second book by the Irish author, who was 27 then. Set mostly in Dublin, the story revolves around Connell and Marianne, both classmates, who are divided by class differences among many other things. Connell is the popular guy in school, Marianne […]Read More


Indian publishers are looking forward to 2021 with a sense

Like a lot of industries, English-language publishing in India is in the middle of a slow recovery following a drastically lean patch in the summer of 2020. December is typically a strong period for sales across sectors (thanks to Christmas and New Year gifting), and publishing is no different. Because of this, Indian publishers are […]Read More


Renowned writer Ved Mehta, who took India to Americans, dies

Mehta was a staff writer for ‘The New Yorker’ magazine for 33 years. His 24 books included volumes of reportage on India Celebrated Indian-American novelist Ved Mehta, who overcame blindness and became widely known as the 20th-century writer most responsible for introducing American readers to India, has died at his home here at the age […]Read More