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  My Grandmother’s Home         A red hibiscus flower peeps through                                …
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Meet the Author | Siddharth Dasgupta | The Sacred Sorrow of Sparrows

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…
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White Crane, Lend Me Your Wings | Out Now

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…
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The Ramayana In Bengali Folk Paintings | Out Now

The images presented in this book take us into the heart of the rich folk tradition of India. Of that heritage, the display of paintings accompanied by comments recited or…
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Rajasthani Stories Retold | Out Now

Rajasthan continues to fascinate the world for many reasons. Some of the more obvious ones include its colours, music and dance, venerable history, forts, fortifications, palaces, step-wells and old towns,…
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Ajmer Sharif | Out Now

Ajmer Sharif, the heart of homage for thousands of all faiths, welcomes a tidal wave of humanity for the saint known as Gharib Nawaz (Benefactor of the Poor), whose spiritual…
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Heritage and Humanism—Niyogi Books at the Jaipur Literature Festival 2017

Niyogi Books has a long association with the Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF), which celebrated its 10th anniversary this year. This year Jaipur Book Mark (JBM), the publishers’ conference where book…
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Shwas’s Kinjal Shah talks to Niyogi Books | The Dire need of Education to the Underprivileged

 100 million That is the number of children who do not go to school in India. i.e. Four times the population of Australia. i.e. approximately 1/3 the population of the…
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Profane & Profound: Only a Shade Apart

...musings from Bangalore Lit Fest  My first outing as a panellist in a literary festival is not at all deficient in fond recollection. G. Sampath, Gurcharan Das, Rosalyn D’Mello as…
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