Friday Figments: Weekly Writing Prompt

A Guided City Tour Put up your thinking caps and let this image tell you a story or whisper a poem. Let it be a short story, flash fiction or a free writing essay. Let the words just flow! As always, send in your write-ups inspired by the image to us and the best oneContinue reading “Friday Figments: Weekly Writing Prompt”

Friday Figments: Weekly Writing Prompt

It’s Christmas! Time for music and some fun Put up your thinking caps and let this image tell you a story or whisper a poem. Let it be a short story, flash fiction or a free writing essay. Let the words just flow! As always, send in your write-ups inspired by the image to usContinue reading “Friday Figments: Weekly Writing Prompt”

New Release: Make Your Own Luck by Bob Miglani & Rehan Yar Khan

‘This book shows us how to help tilt the odds of luck and success in our favour by doing the uncommon things’ – SANJEEV BIKHCHANDANI, Co-founder, Naukri.com & Info Edge How can one grow their startup by 10x? How can one boost sales in a super competitive marketplace? How can one grow their corporate careerContinue reading “New Release: Make Your Own Luck by Bob Miglani & Rehan Yar Khan”

Friday Figments: Weekly Writing Prompt

How traumatic can this world be? Put up your thinking caps and let this image tell you a story or whisper a poem. Let it be a short story, flash fiction or a free writing essay. Let the words just flow! As always, send in your write-ups inspired by the image to us and theContinue reading “Friday Figments: Weekly Writing Prompt”

New Release: How to Become Rich by Devdutt Pattanaik

ABOUT THE BOOK Lakshmi is worshipped as the goddess of wealth. Her arrival is considered auspicious, while her departure is bad and inauspicious. In temples, gods are bedecked with jewels; during festivals, our houses are decorated with flowers, lamps and Lakshmi’s footprints. Clearly, she is a much-desired goddess.

Upcoming Release: The Silence and the Storm- Narratives of Violence against Women in India by Kalpana Sharma

ABOUT THE BOOK From the rape of Mathura, a young tribal girl, by two policemen in Desaiganj, Maharashtra, in 1972, to the brutal sexual assault and murder of an eight-year-old girl in Kathua, Kashmir, in 2018, the narrative around violence against women in India has barely changed. While laws have been reformed, societal structures thatContinue reading “Upcoming Release: The Silence and the Storm- Narratives of Violence against Women in India by Kalpana Sharma”

Bookish Recommendations : Women in Translation

August is celebrated as Women in Translation month across the world. Using the hashtags #WITmonth and #WomeninTranslation, book lovers from all over the world have been sharing their favourite reads. Celebrating it by either re-reading old favourites or discovering new books in this manner.