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Book Review: Grandma’s Closet is a children's fiction by nine year old Neyati Umamaheshwar

The fully colored, beautifully illustrated book 'Grandma’s Closet' by nine-year old author Neyati Umamaheshwar is a funny yet engaging story involving primarily two  characters, Emma and her grandmother.

Book review: SK Sethi explains the importance of cyber security in today’s world in his new book

In the modern age of artificial intelligence, where technology is being dominated by software rather than hardware, we are still getting lured by the shiny glittery displays, storage, and camera specifications, while what we must look out for and spend our hard-earned money on – cybersecurity – is the last thing on our mind.

Book review: Sourabh Angarkar tells you all about the 'Importance of Slow Cooking' in his latest book

Bored of how your everyday meals taste? Or, you just can’t manage enough time to cook a healthy yet delicious meal? If your answer is yes, then this book by Chef Sourabh Angarkar is just for you.

Author interview: Vipin Gupta advocates for limitless science and deconstructs accepted theories in his new book

'What is Present Realty' is the second book of the series, “Vastly Integrated Processes Inside Nature” by Vipin Gupta

Author interview: SK Sethi's new book warns cyber frauds will be on the rise in the coming years and how to protect yourself

The book ‘1 Cyber Attack Can Ruin You Forever’ is all about cyber risks, the manner in which cyber crime is committed, precautions required to safeguard yourself from cyber attacks as far as possible, and more. 

Author interview: Sourabh Angarkar talks about his book 'Importance of Slow Cooking'

Culinary expert Sourabh Angarkar explains why slow cooking is important and how you can use sous ide machine to get the job done well

Book review: Dr Vipin Gupta explores the limits of science in his book ‘What is Present Reality’

Has there been any instance in your life where you have received the most beautiful answer from the most knowledgeable person present, but you still felt unsatisfied?

Author interview: Dr Vipin Gupta on his book 'What is Divine Energy'

The author delves into quintessential questions about how to manage life joyfully and the science of everything in his book

Book review: Bambino is an English translation of Pratima Dhar's Bengali book Nabajatak ‘

‘Bambino’, an English translation by Ankita Banerjee of Pratima Dhar’s Bengali book ‘Nabjatak’, is a collection of everyday yet unique stories, based on Bengali families.

Author interview: Anil Mandhani on his bilingual book of poems ‘Nishabd Mulakat: A Silent Meeting’

Anil Mandhani talks about the emotions that every medical doctor goes through in the course of their profession and how he channelises those emotions into poetry

Author interview: Sanjamm Vijan on her book ‘Adopted by Santa’

It is the bond of love and care that makes a family is what Sanjamm Vijan wants to convey to children through her book.

Book Review: A bilingual anthology of poems which explores the hidden meaning of words

What are words? Words are the source of strength, the weapon which one can use to liberate and heal; words are magical, they can cast a spell on anyone who encounters them.

Book review: Vipin Gupta on the power of managing science of everything

In his book ‘What is Divine Energy’, Vipin Gupta investigates the quintessential questions about how to manage life joyfully.

Book review: Written for children, ‘Adopted by Santa’ can be enjoyed by adults too

The book ‘Adopted by Santa’ written by Sanjamm Vijan is a fun and interesting read, primarily dedicated to children.

Bambino: Creative pursuits of a homemaker

Late Pratima Dhar was a homemaker who travelled widely with her husband. She began to pen down her observations which later formed the basis of her book Nabajatok published in Bengali. In this interview, her son talks about why he decided to get his mother's books translated and published anew.