Three Seasons

Author: Latha Anantharaman Pages: 128 Year of Publication: 2015 Price: Rs 250 ISBN: 978-93-5045-109-0 (9789350451090) About the Author: Latha Anantharaman is a writer, editor, translator and perpetual student of literature. Her articles, essays and book reviews have appeared in The Hindu (where for four years she wrote a fortnightly column on books and reading), The Sunday Herald, The Indian Review of Books, Business Standard (which brought out her series on crime fiction) and many other publications. Her articles on travel have appeared […]

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Green Islands of the Andamans and Nicobars

Description: Author: Protiva Gupta (Translated by Meena Gupta) Pages: 292 Year of Publication: 2013 Price: Rs 400 ISBN: 978-93-5045-040-6 (9789350450406) About the Author: Protiva Gupta was born in 1918 and spent her childhood and early adolescence in Delhi and Simla. She graduated in the late 1930s, at a time when few women pursued higher education. Her marriage in 1942 to Sudhindra Nath Gupta, a civil engineer working with the government of India, gave her the opportunity to travel to different […]

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The Rusted Trunk

Description: Author: Ashna Sen Pages: 156 Year of Publication: 2011 Price: Rs 200 ISBN: 978-93-5045-008-6 (9789350450086) About the Author: Ashna Sen was born and raised in Calcutta. She double majored in Physics and Mathematics from Mount Holyoke College, obtained a Master’s degree from Stanford University and a Ph.D. in Mathematics from the University of Manchester, U.K. She has also studied and done research for brief periods at Princeton University, Oxford University and the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia. Sen has […]

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Under a Green Shade: Epoch Times Biographies

Description: Author: Molly A. Daniels-Ramanujan Pages: 212 Year of Publication: 2011 Price: HB Rs 300 / $25 (USD) ISBN: 978-93-5045-024-6 (9789350450246) About the Author: Molly A. Daniels-Ramanujan was born in Tiruvella, Kerala, in 1932. She spent her childhood between the rainforests of Kerala and the arid desert of Aden, an island in the Red Sea. She was married to the renowned poet, translator and Indologist, A. K. Ramanujan. After he passed away, she moved to Eco Village (Ithaca, New York) […]

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