2 States: The Story of My Marriage is a semi-autobiographical novel by India’s bestselling author, Chetan Bhagat. Summary of the Book 2 States is an entertaining and humorous personal account of the author and the challenges he and his wife faced in convincing their paren..
Naina Oberoi, a rich housewife, believes herself to be free from her shackles and runs to Charikosia to begin a new life. Amrithum Raman, a Forest Office, lives alone in the jungles of Charikosia but is dutiful to a loveless marriage and a family that does not need him. When Naina lands at Amri..
Reserved, resilient Rachel and free-spirited fashionista Harleen are two regular high-school girls, who lead completely contrasting lives. Their lives chug along like those of most; nothing remarkable or out of the ordinary. Then one wild night, on a rocky beach, destiny intervenes. They discover th..
Exacting a terrible price, the nuclear apocalypse divided humankind into two - The Mutated. And the Untainted. As child counselors for the United Nations, Josh & Kilia are tasked with telling this horrible truth to tween-agers. Yet forced to lie about their own feelings for each other.Despite th..
A History of the Jana Natya Manch chronicles the birth and growth of the Jana Natya Manch (Janam), a Delhi-based radical theater group which has been active since 1973. Beginning in the early 1970s, when a group of young students in Delhi sought to continue the legacy of the Indian Peoples' Theatre..
A compelling saga of friendship, revenge, avarice, politics and religion, the book traces the trials and tribulations of the progeny of two close friends-Chand Ram and Shujaat Khan. One is the scion of a wealthy and influential nawabi family; the other is the son of an impoverished farmer, whose wiz..
"“Slowly, she sauntered towards Toya, stopped a few feet away, looked into Toya’s eyes, and roared. It was an ear-splitting, feet-numbing, rib-shaking roar that promised death. This was the end of her, Toya knew. This was how she would die. In this unknown museum at the hands of this Olympian liones..
The first full-length studyof Badal Sircar, who broughttheatre to the streets and tothe masses in India! Badal Sircar (1925-2011) is one of the most important and influential figures in the history of post-independence Indian theatre. As a playwright, he contributed seminal texts which have inspi..