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As one of India’s most successful business communities, Marwaris tend to be typecast as gritty, hardwired businessmen, whose ultimate objective is to be materially …

Hindi movie fans may well run into millions, but few can match Dhruv Somani’s fascination for Bollywood flicks. It has not just seen the …

Versatile author, Ashwin Sanghi’s new books, 13 Steps to Bloody Good Health and 13 Steps to Bloody Good Parenting, are more than self-help manuals. …

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The Sixth String of Vilayat Khan, a no-holds-barred biography written by Namita Devidayal, throws light on the fascinating life of one of India’s most distinguished classical musicians.

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Serial digital entrepreneur Alok Kejriwal has a knack for engaging people and making a business out of it. Having surfed the dotcom wave and emerged a winner when it went bust, he experienced the highs and lows of building profitable start-ups from scratch. MARWAR picks the brains of the observant and forward-thinking entrepreneur, whose recently penned book Why I Stopped Wearing My Socks traces his roller-coaster journey as an entrepreneur.

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I found that the five Prophets in the two traditions lived at the same time, at the same places, had similar genealogies and also similar events. They had to be the same persons in view of these similarities.

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Many years of writing come together in Laxmana Dalmia’s new book One Soul Many Lives, which is due for launch on April 6. MARWAR talks to the spirited lady about her book, her outlook towards life and lots more.

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Alka Saraogi won the Sahitya Akademi Award in 2001 for her very first novel. Fourteen years later, she is out with her fifth novel—Jankidas Tejpal Mansion—set in Calcutta during the 1970s. In conversation with MARWAR, Saraogi talks about her protagonist’s need to protect his roots and identity, and her own desire to look for the extraordinary within the ordinary.

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Author Ashwin Sanghi opens up about adding a non-fiction title to his repertoire, teaming up with noted suspense writer James Patterson and the fate of commercial writing in India.

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