JLF, the largest literary festival in the world kicked off its 2nd day with Gulzar, Anne Waldman, Anita Anand and William Dalrymple.
Haruki Murakami turns 68 today. A perennial contender for the prestigious Nobel Prize in Literature, his books are celebrated across the world.
These wondrous books open a debate on sexes and empower readers to develop their own perceptions of self, reinforcing through fantasy and imagination, tales of identity and power struggle.
These novels touch on the issues of role-swerves and gender facades. Not only these titles celebrate the otherness in the universe, they make us feel part of something.
It often falls to emerging writers to tell us the stories we didn’t know we needed to hear, and 2016’s standout promising authors did just that.
There are many good poets worthy of praise. But, it is Ghalib who has the most distinctive style.
Chetan Bhagat may be the bestselling author of 2016, but you cannot on miss on these brilliant novels published this year.
Reading Ruskin Bond is not just a voyage into his books, but into a world that is now rapidly receding.