Let’s be honest, travelling with allergies is not easy. But don’t let them hold you back from something you love. I share top tips for travelling with food allergies. Tips that I swear by.
Sabarna Roy is a much awarded, critically acclaimed bestselling author of 6 literary books. The author talks about his latest offering ‘Etchings of the First Quarter of 2020’.
A tale about female friendship with a generous dose of mystery. Girls and the City by Manreet Sodhi Someshwar is a fascinating read where women navigate misogyny with grit and tenacity.
A compilation of five children’s books for families with food allergies. Books that not only help educate children but also comfort and reassure those with food allergies.
A tribute to all refugees, on both sides of the border. Heartbreaking stories of loss. Uplifting stories of hope. Stories that are an emotion.
Balli Kaur Jaswal is one of my favorite authors and primarily writes fiction based on the Sikh diaspora. If you are looking to read about the “real” Sikhs, check out my favorite picks from her.
Can food be used as a weapon? A powerful tool that unites and divides. Explore a powerful meditation on food, community, hospitality, and generosity.
There is no other city quite like Mumbai. A city that is a character in itself. A compilation of books that capture the spirit of Mumbai.
A biography unlike any other. A painstakingly built up narrative based on original letters, university archives, and newspaper accounts.
Women are angry. Women are frustrated. And women are just about done. A compilation of books that are a rich exploration, eye-opening, and lucid.