Tishani Doshi, Akhil Katyal and Arundhati Subramaniam read out their poems on #WorldPoetryDay
In Small Acts Of Freedom, Gurmehar Kaur pens a tribute to the women in her family and her late father
Seventy...And To Hell With It shines in moments when Shobhaa De evokes the feeling of 'where did all the time go?'
Is there something in the world of mythology that could actually be historical?
Virginia Woolf was brave enough to address issues like depression and homosexuality in an age where women were looked down upon
A Time of Madness should not only be read as a piece of history but also as a stark reminder that politics based on religion always result in bloodshed
'I Tagged Her In My Heart' is Anuj Tiwari's fourth novel and is based on real-life incidents
Book review: The Unhurried Tales by Ruskin Bond that every urban millennial must read to get a grip on their life
Read the book so that you can appreciate the little things we hardly ever take the pain to observe