Beauty and the Beast meets Gossip Girl. Featuring an Indian princess and a misanthropic British aristocrat, it has all the ingredients – a curse, a rose, and a bit of magic.
Anti-aging secrets, logotherapy, and finding flow. Does not really provide the tools to find your Ikigai, but an interesting read nonetheless.
A book about hope and tenacity. About resilient teenagers and women who think on their feet. One that stays with you long after you have read the last sentence.
An interesting blend of relatable fiction, analysis, practical exercises, and handmade doodles. Self-help without the gyan.
Hindustani classical music meets the aseptic corporate world in this light romance to pick for the Holidays.
Contemporary psychology is not always successful in treating disorders. An amalgamation of clinical psychology and spirituality.
An extremely moving book and a raw first-hand account that is a compilation of letters sent by soldiers during the Kargil war.
The Forest of Enchantments is essentially a love story from Sita’s perspective. You are treated to a fabulous piece of writing with some excellent food for thought.
Money, power, fame, morally corrupt characters, and unscrupulous media. All that with a crisp, tight plot, and you have a winner.
Laundry Girl 2.0 by Yamini Pustake Bhalerao is a fast-paced noir thriller, whose protagonist is a fixer, private investigator, hustler, ex-convict, and a street fighter.