The one word which catches everyone’s attention in today’s world is #Trending. We are living in a time where everyone wants instant recognition and gratification. We measure success by the number of retweets and likes, running after curating a life that isn’t fulfilling but ‘Instagram-able’.
An average millennial spends his life relentlessly chasing the two L’s - Love and Labels. Our achievements and motivations are fueled by a dire need for validation and not passion. The wedding needs to be Big even if there’s no love, the car needs to be luxurious even if it’s loaned, the house needs to be grandeur even if it’s rented, the tag needs to be branded even if it’s fake. So, where do we draw the line? When hashtags become more important than words, and reel is mistaken for real; we know it’s time for a “Reality Check”.
Vibrant and intense, The Space Between Us unfolds the turbulent story of a family, separated in the wake of the riots of 1965.Opening in a lesser-known village of East Pakistan, it snakes its way through the dark and infamous alleyways of Calcutta to the dazzling world of Bengali cinema. Extreme religious turbulence, fractures the once rich Dutta family, intosplinters, resulting in heart wrenching separations. Two siblings are individually thrown into unstoppable journeys that are unique and solitary.
The space between them remains as destiny takes each on their individual paths to a defining conclusion. Spanning generations, this sweeping novel deftly weaves love and social and historical circumstance into an unforgettable tapestry that spans the limits of love and empathy and the varied hues of human relationships. What is it that shapes individual destiny? Can fate be scripted anew? And by whom? At what? The Space Between Us is a poignant story of enduring emotional power that attempts to reconcile the notion of individual destiny against the canvas of life.
Each minute, one person dies in a traffic accident in India.
In one such terrible minute, a doctor suffers an irrepairable loss. A loss that changes him forever. And turns him into a ruthless vigilante and a dreader serial killer.
As the police nab him and the Judge sentences him to death, it is the Judge's own daughter, who files a mercy petition for the convict.
But there is a greater twist. The person influencing the petitioner is the the very Judge himself. What happened on that fateful day with the former doctor? Will his mercy petition be accepted? And why did the judge convict him if he wanted him to be pardoned? To know more, read a gripping crime thriller with twists and turns at every moment that will keep you hooked to the edge of your seats
‘A Vibrant Autopsy’ asks the reader to explore the universe he inhabits. The author questions the world with wonder - in a childlike innocence and joy.
Turning the lens from outward to inwards, the poems take one on a ride through the rainbow of feelings residing in a human heart.
The poems then drift from emotions to the central longing in all human beings - a yearning to dissolve into something greater than oneself - into love, art and the purpose of life.
And finally, as if at the end of a long pilgrimage, the author stumbles upon glimpses of her ‘self’. She sieves through all she is from all she is not - a watercolour, attempting to swim back to its source.
Ananya Reddy has it all.
A strong woman with a successful career and great friends, she finally finds the man of her dreams, Raghavan Acharya who is a famous philanthropist.
She is the happiest woman on earth till a prophecy in a lone alley proves out to be true.
Everyone thinks she is finished, but, Ananya returns back, clawing her way up the ladder, she is like a maniac who destroys everything along her way till she finally finishes herself in the process.
A tale of sin, guilt and revenge, the ingenuous plot twists of the book will keep the readers on edge.
Will Ananya succeed against one of the most powerful forces in the country? Will she survive the dangerous journey she had embarked upon or will she trap herself in the mind webs of the enemies around her?
It would be a reader’s joy to unwrap each chapter of the book.
Look no further – this book is ready to provide all
answers to your endless queries and doubts about chemistry!Making Chemistry InterestingRuchi ma’am has made chemistry easy and my concepts are
~ Paawni Goyal, student
Both my daughters started loving the subject after studying with Ruchi
~ Hetal Thakkar, parent
I wonder why we were never taught chemistry in this simple manner
~ Janvi Mehta, parent
• I am in grade 7, 8 or 9 and feel chemistry is not my kind of subject • I am trying to figure out why valencies are so important • I wonder why water is H2O and not H2O2, sodium chloride NaCl and not NaCl2 • I am struggling to understand why reactions take place • I feel remembering and balancing equations are the worst part of chemistry • I find mole concept to be the toughest topic in chemistry