Amish Tripathi's Sita isn't revered because she is Lord Ram's wife. Tripathi's Sita is revered because she is formidable.
Arundhati Roy’s The Ministry of Utmost Happiness reviewed in 7 quick points for the impatient millennial
Before I’m called a hypocrite, a philistine, or sexist, here's why I'm not a fan of Arundhati Roy's The Ministry of Utmost Happiness
Here’s how Paresh Rawal’s unprovoked tweet has shifted the spotlight on Arundhati Roy and her latest novel
Twenty years after the release of The God of Small Things, the Man Booker-winning novel which made Arundhati Roy a literary phenomenon, she returns to the world of fiction with The Ministry of Utmost Happiness
The idea behind the human library is to help people speak up about things they are not confident about.
Nobody can deny the fact that reading books expands our mental horizon and also helps us articulate thoughts.
Liberals fail to understand that India’s ancient culture is their biggest ally: Best-selling author Amish
'I know there are people who claim that the Vedic people ate beef but I have not come across any such things, at least in all my readings,' says Amish
"I am neither a right-wing supporter or a left-wing supporter. I think the Centrist have to take charge now. A majority of India is centrist," says author Amish about the current political environment in the country
When describing love, the significance of melancholy on the narrative, is even more compelling. This is evident in our folklore of Salim Anarkali, Laila Majnu, Mirza Sahiba, and Heer Ranjha
Amish Tripathi to announce the title of his latest book in a Facebook LIVE session with Smriti Irani. Check details here
Amish Tripathi is the best-selling author of the Shiva trilogy: The Immortals of Meluha, The Secret of the Nagas, and The Oath of the Vayuputras
International Women’s Day 2017: The Color Purple, Bell Jar and other BOLD women writings that inspire us
This International Women's Day, we glance at the most celebrated contemporary women in literature and their works