Hindu

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Where Earth Meets Water

Mahatma Gandhi said, “It is good to see ourselves as others see us. Try as we may, we are never able to know ourselves fully as we are.” In this book we learn the story of Karom Seth not just through his eyes but the eyes of all those who are affected by him - and who in turn affect him. K ...

B+
Teatime for the Firefly

I fell in love with the novels of M. M. Kaye during my teen years. I have never forgotten her vivid descriptions of India and the wonders she depicted on the pages of books such as The Far Pavilions and Shadow of the Moon. This novel picks up the tradition of writing about British Colonialism with t ...

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Monsoon Wedding Fever

I remember seeing news online about Mills and Boon publishing romances by Indian authors for sale in India, and I had hoped that some of these might find their way to other markets as well. I've enjoyed Harlequin books from the UK and Australia, and I'm always happy to try branching out still furthe ...

A
Olivia and Jai

Olivia and Jai by Rebecca Ryman is one of those books that you sometimes find in a used bookstore and buy without really knowing why. I think my guardian angel must have drawn my attention to it in the store because it's now my favorite love story ever. I first read this book while on vacatio ...