New Book! Introducing Put Asunder: A Period Romance | Dustedoff
Like 'Amar Akbar Anthony'? I don't generally write about cinema from after 1970, but this delightful masala film about one of Hindi cinema's best-loved old tropes - lost-and-found parents and siblings - is one I've always enjoyed. No, this isn't a review of the film, but it's a review of a book about 'Amar Akbar Anthony'. Click here to read my review of Sidharth Bhatia's 'Amar Akbar Anthony: Masala, Madness, and Manmohan Desai': The book's a worthy companion to the film!
Madhulika Liddle » Engraved in Stone The third book in the Muzaffar Jang series, is set in the winter of 1656-57 CE. This novel finds Muzaffar in Agra. The Mughal armies, led by the ambitious Diwan-e-kul, Mir Jumla, are headed for a campaign in the Deccan—and Mir Jumla himself, briefly halting at the home of a wealthy merchant in Agra, summons Muzaffar when the merchant is killed. By whom? And what other long-forgotten secrets will Muzaffar unearth in the course of this investigation?
Detective Jang is back! : Postnoon the first review
Photo of Taj Mahal at sunset reflected in River Yamuna
Detective Jang is back! : Postnoon
Le Camée Anglais by Edition Philippe Picqeur - The French edition of The Englishman's Cameo
The Eighth Guest and Other Muzaffar Jang mysteries
The Englishman's Cameo
BEYOND THE BLOSSOMING FIELDS by Jun'ichi Watanabe - Based on the real-life story of Ginko Ogino, Japan’s first female doctor.
Meghna Pant’s One & A Half Wife discusses the struggles of people caught in the tug-of-war between old beliefs and new ones.
The Fabulous Feminist: A Suniti Namjoshi Reader introduces us to this wonderful writer’s works and is a must-read for any Indian feminist.
Gouri Dange’s More ABCs Of Parenting talks about parenting in the 21st century and focuses on dilemmas that modern Indian parents face today.
Sultana’s Dream and Padmarag are two feminist novellas by Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain each of which paints an appealing picture of a feminist utopia.