BOOKS  

 

  •     REVENGE OF THE MIDDLE-AGED WOMANBY ELIZABETH BUCHAN

  •     WHAT SHOULD I DO WITH MY LIFE? BYPO BRONSON

  •     THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME BY MARK HADDON

  •     THE KITE RUNNER BY KHALED HOSSEINI

  •     YOU JUST DON\'T UNDERSTAND BY DEBORAH TANNEN, PH.D.

  •     UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN BY FRANCES MAYES 

  •     MAXIMUM CITY. BOMBAY LOST AND FOUND BY SUKETU MEHTA

  •     "I AM HAPPIER TO KNOW YOU BY JEANNE M ECK

  •     QUEEN OF DREAMS BY CHITRA DIVAKARUNI

  •     AMRITA SHER-GIL ~ A LIFE BY YASHODHARA DALMIA

  •     ‘SHANTARAM’ BY GREGORY DAVID ROBERTS

  •     THE INHERITANCE OF LOSS BY KIRAN DESAI

  •     `SACRED GAMES’ BY VIKRAM CHANDRA

  •     LORD CURZON: SPEECHES IN INDIA BY RODDY SALE

  •     ‘IF’ A COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES BY NEERU NANDA

  •     THE MOTHER & OTHER SHORT STORIES BY KHORSHED JAVERI

  •     J.K. ROWLING’S“HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS”

  •     THE SECRET BY RHONDA BYRNE

  •     THE BENEFITS OF AQUA AEROBICS BY DEEPALI JAIN

  •     LOVE MUMBAI TRAVEL GUIDE BY FIONA CAULFIELD

  •     CONFESSIONS TO A SERIAL WOMANISER:

  •      SECRETS OF THE WORLD’S INSPIRATIONAL WOMEN BY ZERBANOO GIFFORD

  •     “THE ENCHANTRESS OF FLORENCE” BY SALMAN RUSHDIE

  •     ‘THE SUNDAY PHILOSOPHY CLUB’BY ALEXANDER MCCALL SMITH’S

  •     THE MUSIC ROOMBY NAMITA DAVIDAYAL 

  •     “THE WHITE TIGER”BY ARAVIND ADIGA,

  •     ALI AND NINOBYKURBAN SAID

  •     “UNACCUSTOMED EARTH” BY JHUMPA LAHIRI

  •     “THE WOLF I FEED, THE HAPPINESS I DO”,BY DESIREE PUNWANI

  •     THE LAST LECTURE BY RANDY PAUSCH

  •     EAT PRAY LOVE BY ELIZABETH GILBERT

  •     THE GOLDEN NOTEBOOK BY DORIS LESSING

  •     THE JAPANESE WIFE BY KUNAN BASU

  •     THE GEOGRAPHY OF BLISS BY ERIC WEINER

  •     CHRONICLE OF A DEATH FORETOLD BY GABRIEL GARCIA MARQUEZ

  •     THE ZIZAG WAY BY ANITA DESAI

  •     LIKE WATER FOR CHOCOLATE BY LAURA ESQUIVEL

  •     TALES FROM FIROZSHA BAAGH BY ROHINTON MISTRY

  •     WISE & OTHERWISE A SALUTE TO LIFE BY SUDHA MURTY

  •     MIDDLESEX BY JEFFREY EUGINIDES

  •     THE CURE BY GEETA ANAND

  •     “AFTERTASTE” BY NAMITA DEVIDAYAL

  •     CUTTING FOR STONE BY ABRAHAM VERGHESE

  •     JULIET ASHTON

  •     HALF OF A YELLOW SUN BY CHIMAMANDA NGOZI ADICHIE

  •     WATER FOR ELEPHANTS BY SARA GRUEN

  •     THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO BY STIEG LARSSON

  •     NINE LIVES BY WILLIAM DALRYMPLE

  •     ‘ROOM’ BY EMMA DONAGHUE

  •     THE BATTLE HYMN’ OF THE TIGER MOTHER BY AMY CHUA

  •     THE SILENT RAGA BY AMEEN MERCHANT

  •     “TEARS OF A GIRAFFE” BY ALEXANDER MCCALL SMITH

  •     THE GREAT HOUSES OF HAVANA BY HERMES MALLEA

  •     HENNA FOR THE BROKEN HEARTED BY SHARELL COOK 

  •     LAUGHTER IN THE HOUSE BY MEHER MARFATIA

  •     DYING TO BE ME BY ANITA MOORJANI

  •     THE PALACE OF ILLUSIONS BY CHITRA BANERJEE DIVAKARUNI

  •     AND THE MOUNTAINS ECHOED BY KHALED HOSSEINI

  •     I AM FREEDOM BY ASHU KHANNA

  •     STATE OF WONDER BY ANNE PATCHETT

  •     FIVE STAR BILLIONAIRE BY TASH AW

  •     THE END OF YOUR LIFE BOOK CLUB BY WILL SCHWALBE

  •     THE LOWLAND BY JHUMPA LAHIRI

  •     THE ELEGANCE OF THE HEDGEHOG BY MURIEL BARBERRY

  •     WHEN THE LOTUS BLOOMS BY KANCHANA KRISHNAN AYYAR

  •     THE LITTLE COFFEE SHOP OF KABUL BY DEBORAH RODRIGUEZ

  •     ICE CANDY MAN BY SIDHWA

  •     LITTLE WOMEN BY LOUISA MAY ALCOTT

  •     WIDE SARGASSO SEA BY JEAN RHYS

  •     THE TESTAMENT OF MARY BY COLM TOIBIN

  •     THE COMMONER BY JOHN BURNHAM SCHWARTZ

  •     FOUR ALEYS BY RENU KURIEN BALAKRISHNAN

  •     THE VOICE INSIDE MY HEAD BY SUSAN LAIDLAW

  •     THE GARDEN OF EVENING MISTSTAN TWAN ENG

 

 

POEMS

  •      SIGHTS MAY STRIKE YOU BLIND BY SAMPURNA CHATTARJI (POEMS)

  •      “MY THOUGHTS AT SIXTEEN” BY MAARIA SAYED, (POEMS)

 

 

BOOKS BY AUTORS:

DR.HARSHA V.DEHEJIA:

  •   PARVATI GODDESS OF LOVE

  •   THE FLUTE & THE LOTUS

  •   ROMANTIC MOMENTS IN INDIAN POETRY & PAINTING

  •   A CELEBRATION OF LOVE.

 

SUDEEP CHAKRAVARTI:

  •   RED SUN – TRAVELS IN NAXALITE COUNTRY

  • ONCE UPON A TIME IN APARANTA 

  • TIN FISH (INSPIRED BY HIS STUDIES AT MAYO COLLEGE, AJMER)