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NAW Solitude Writing Grant

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The submission proposals for New Asian Writing Solitude Writing Grant Program are now open. All writers/journalists/bloggers working in the South Asian Region are eligible to apply. The nationality of the author does not matter. The work must be related to…

Aleph to publish Fidelity by Thich Nhat Hanh

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FIDELITY: HOW TO CREATE A LOVING RELATIONSHIP THAT LASTS by Thich Nhat Hanh A manual to finding healthy and enduring intimacy in our relationships. BOOK DESCRIPTION (INR 299, 112PP)In his first ever book on intimacy and healthy sexuality, Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh teaches…

Aleph to publish Tagore and Gandhi by Rudrangshu Mukherjee

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TAGORE AND GANDHI: WALKING ALONE, WALKING TOGETHER by Rudrangshu Mukherjee The first in-depth study of the deep bond between Mahatma Gandhi and Gurudev Tagore by an eminent historian. BOOK DESCRIPTION (INR 699, 208PP)The first in-depth study of the deep bond between Mahatma Gandhi and…

Alpeh to publish The Violence in our Bones by Neera Chandhoke

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THE VIOLENCE IN OUR BONES: MAPPING THE DEADLY FAULT LINES WITHIN INDIAN SOCIETY by Neera Chandhoke  BOOK DESCRIPTION (INR 699, 288PP)The Buddha, Ashoka, Gandhi—the three greatest Indians who ever lived—were emblematic of non-violence. Yet, paradoxically, their country of origin is one of the most…

Aleph to Publish Who Are We? by Rajesh Kasturirangan

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WHO ARE WE?: AN ENQUIRY INTO THE INDIAN MIND AND HOW WE CAME TO BE WHO WE ARE by Rajesh Kasturirangan A multidisciplinary approach to understanding who we are as a nation in the twenty-first century. BOOK DESCRIPTION (INR 499, 136PP)India is both an…

Book Review: Shadows of the Past by Jeena R. Papaadi

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Book Name: Shadows of the Past Author: Jeena R. Papaadi Genre: Fiction Publisher: Wordit Content Design & Editing Services Rating: 3.9/5 Book Blurb: A wise person once said, “Coincidences do happen, that’s why they have a name.” Sometimes these coincidences stop…