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.
An intense coming of age story of 15-year-old Xiomara, a rebellious teenager. Written in verse (slam poetry), the book is quite a unique read.
In a perfect world, all packaged food items would have comprehensive allergy warnings. Each ingredient would be clearly listed and there would be no jargon to decipher. But the world is far from perfect for people struggling with food allergies.
The compelling story of heroic women who, despite personal trauma, found grace in difficult times and transformed their personal adversity into pay-it-forward wins.
A fascinating, no-holds-barred inside story of the high profile investigation. The book is a must-read if you enjoy true crimes.
“Broken can be beautiful too”. It is what perfectly sums up Kintsugi: A Novel by Anukrti Upadhyay. A delightful read about the intricacies of human emotions.