Panther: Chhimi Tenduf-La


Panther by Chhimi Tenduf-La tells of a universal experience, youth and the transition to adulthood, from which, however, everyone expects a special feeling and personal a bit of themselves, although the book is not only this, but a lot more.

Brihadaaranyaka: Kadambari Kaul


Brihadaranyaka, The Great Upanishad by Kadambari Kaul is the best guide for the aspirants who burn with the desire to reach the goal of freedom of mind and testifies to the intellectual superiority of the wise and is written in prose and verses and consists of six chapters that affirm the absolute identity of atman and Brahman which is universal, undifferentiated, absolute pure consciousness.

The Indian Tycoons Marriage Deal: Adite Banerjie


The Indian Tycoons Marriage Deal by Adite Banerjie is a swift lick adore fairy tale saga and a Mills and Boon obscure work of fiction swayed into one fast, straightforward and pleasurable interpret.

Sethji: Shobhaa De



Sethji by Shobhaa De is a potent delightful narrative in black and white regarding aspiration, ravenousness and on top of all conviction with an out of the ordinary seize on politician and his connections with industrialists kiss-and-tell the shadowy, venal spirit of Indian political principles, with her exposé of well-heeled spoiled brat, wily daughter-in-law, in the biased globe of Mumbai and Delhi, with go-getting businessmen standing by to even slay for success.

The Oath of the Vayuputras: Amish


The Oath of the Vayuputras, concluding book of The Shiva Trilogy by Amish Tripathi bring in the numinous globe of folklore in an enthralling comportment with the Somras deduced to have such terrible spin-offs on folks devouring them that Shiva has to impede its making and the book is about whether he be successful in it with a racy, exploit chock-a-block suspenseful story that under no circumstances let down.