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23 04, 2017

Book Streets across India, which we would love to explore | Niyogi Books

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“When I have a little money, I buy books; and if I have any left, I buy food and clothes.” —Erasmus Every book lover’s dream would be to visit these streets where they can browse for hours digging through the [...]

17 04, 2017

Conservation of World Heritage Sites | A City Keeping its Character

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Today, over half of the world’s population resides in cities as a result of which cities are evolving and developing at a faster pace. It is incumbent on us to know how to manage these urban spaces as they grow [...]

31 03, 2017

Meet the Author | Atul K. Thakur | India Now And In Transition

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  Q 1. What inspired you to bring out the collection of essays—India Now and in Transition? The beauty of India is that there are many kinds of Indias. Understanding the fundamentals that have given birth to such multiplicity across [...]

28 03, 2017

Ceteris paribus, publishing houses are as good as their editors are

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  My Grandmother’s Home         A red hibiscus flower peeps through                                                     [...]

27 03, 2017

Meet the Author | Siddharth Dasgupta | The Sacred Sorrow of Sparrows

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Having travelled the world and written about so many places and their cultures:   How has that embellished your writing or helped you grow as a writer?   The more I travel, the more those emotions and assets that contribute [...]

9 03, 2017

White Crane, Lend Me Your Wings | Out Now

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A posthumous novel by DrTsewang Yishey Pemba, the founding father of Tibetan-English literature, White Crane, Lend me your Wings is a historical fiction set in the breathtakingly beautiful Nyarong Valley in the Kham province of Eastern Tibet in the first [...]

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