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10 literary books known for erotic content

By Pranjali Wakde When one thinks about erotic novels, the first – and perhaps, the only – novel that comes to mind is Fifty Shades of Grey. However, the genre of erotica is vast yet nuanced and doesn’t really have only Christian Grey and Anastasia’s tumultuous relationship. In essence, erotic novels feature desire, in all […]

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A brilliant re-telling of the past: The Shiva Trilogy

By Navya The Shiva Trilogy, a collection of three books including “The Immortals of Meluha,” “The Secret of the Nagas,” and “The Oath of the Vayuputras” authored by “Amish Tripathi” is considered India’s version of the “Lord of Rings,” and one of the best-selling book series in the literary history of the country. With more […]

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Read it out- Books for new age parents!

By Anuradha Punyani Reading and development always go hand in hand. As adults and the new age parents, it is important to realise how reading out to a child can impact his brain and eventually inculcate some quintessential habits at a young age. It is these extraordinary efforts that help you raise your child in […]

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Confessions of a Stationary Hoarder

By Nital Jain Do you get excited while crossing stationery shops like crossword? Do you find yourself buying stationery in excess? And yes! Have you ever been scolded or even worse dragged by your parents out of the stationery shops because you just can never get enough? I’m sorry my friends, but you have a […]

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The Palace of Illusions by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

By Shivika Nanda If you are looking for a book on Indian Mythology then this is by far the finest and the most outstanding one. The Palace of illusions by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni is a rendition of the epic Mahabharata told from the perspective of Draupadi. It is a beautiful retelling of the timeless Indian […]

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Evolution of female leads over the literary timescale

By Navya The role of women witnessed a drastic change over the ages both in society and literature; although portraying strong and independent ‘women protagonists’ in literature is the current trend, you hardly find women lead in ancient literature. As the ancient world literature is dominated by men, literary works mostly reflected on male protagonists, […]

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Journal Your Way Through Life

By: Nital Jain When you grow up changing and experimenting with the type of journaling that suits you, finding an adult journal that fits perfectly for you can be a task sometimes. Journal writers have a much deeper connection to their journal and journaling changes us in a lot of ways, maybe we become wiser, […]

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On screen legal fiction adaptations that make a statement!

By Anuradha Punyan Angry lawyers. Insensitive judges. Jury panels that are hung. Totally innocent defendants: The best courtroom thrillers tell compelling stories about the power and limits of the justice system. From classics like 12 Angry Men to a dramatic new take on the genre like Just Mercy, these films inject a captivating cinematic touch […]

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The Charm of Print Books

By Nital Jain  A room without books is like a body without a soul. Books and book cafes will never lose their charm. For many years all of us have spent a lot of our money on books. Browsing through book stacks is always more fun than to just go online and either order one […]

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Top 10 fiction sellers to devour in 2021

2021 has been an exciting year for fiction lovers right from the beginning. While the world has been incessantly watching even the worst TV shows due to the pandemic, the year 2021 has got you covered with these enticing fictional masterpieces. If you have never found an excuse to indulge yourself in fiction, 2021 is […]

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