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Queen of Earth

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“This is a brilliant historical fiction grounded in thorough research. The narrative is engaging and layered. While the focus remains on a queen ruling at a time when women were not documented in historical records, the story makes room for emotional relationships as well as complex details of lifestyle from that period.”

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Unearthed- An Environmental History of Independent India

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“This book presents a range of complex environmental issues in an easy to understand manner. It frames India’s environmental challenges, from the Green Revolution to climate change, by contextualizing how Partition and the drawing of political borders impacted our environment. This rare approach sets the tone right from the beginning of the book.”

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First Katha book of Haiku, Senryu, Tanka and Haibun

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“This is a lovely poetry collection that can introduce young readers to lesser-known poetic forms of Japan. What is special about the book is how the spare quality of these forms is adapted beautifully in the Indian context. The strong imagery of these poems reflects that of the Indian world full of textures. The endnotes […]

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