Novels based on mythology take us to lands of enchantment, fantasy, legend, splendor and magic. While some may dwell on accurate facts, most intertwine myth, imagination and fantasy to narrate interesting and beguiling tales. Hindu mythology revolves around epics such as the Mahabharata,
With their exceptional entrepreneurial and financial acumen and their single-minded pursuit of success, Marwaris today have virtually conquered every sphere of Indian industry, and many have gone beyond to make their presence increasingly felt in the global forum.
Sujit Saraf’s novel The Peacock Throne captured the political and religious contradictions of modern India. It was shortlisted for the Encore Award and won the author international acclaim. Another book, titled The Confession of Sultana Daku, was a fictional reconstruction of the fearsome
The Z Factor: My Journey as the Wrong Man at the Right Time, published by HarperCollins Publishers India, is the autobiography of media mogul Subhash Chandra, the promoter of Essel/Zee Group of Companies. The memoir, written in association with Pranjal Sharma, charts Chandra's
The Marwari Heritage by historian and writer Dr D K Taknet takes readers on a voyage of discovery of Marwaris who migrated from Rajputana, Haryana, Malwa and its adjoining regions to other parts of India. Meticulously researched over five years, the final product—a