Chetan Bhagat may be the bestselling author of 2016, but you cannot on miss on these brilliant novels published this year.
Delhi NCR is followed by Bangalore, Mumbai, and Hyderabad in the most well-read list
Let us celebrate the Indian books from non-English Indian literature diaspora that one must read as the year turns 2017.
“The Vegetarian” has become a cult international bestseller since it first appeared on shelves in 2007. Publication rights have been sold in nearly 20 countries and it was adapted into a Korean film that played at Sundance in 2010.
The enigma of Urdu literature Faiz Ahmed Faiz was a rebel, a faithful revolutionary who stood for what he was in the most cornered times of his life.
As the 70th anniversary of Indo-Pak partition looms next year, filmmakers and publishers find a renewed interest in the life of Saadat Hasan Manto.
Literary Goddesses that we literally need to idolize in our lives to break stereotypes and kick asses.
In her latest graphic memoir Sarah Glidden explores a fresh realm of graphic journalism and surpasses all the platforms of traditional storytelling.