This book is a beautiful one that gives us insight into the various professions which have evolved over the years and how India has been a part of it right from the beginning.
This book talks about ten different, driven, and determined people who protest and fight for human rights and help the weaker sections of society to live with dignity. These are heroes of our country without capes.
Against this backdrop, veteran BBC journalist Divya Arya, seeded a creative rendering of the story of Kashmir, for the younger generation. The idea was old school but perfect: pen pals exchanging notes. One is in Delhi, and the other in Kashmir.
Torn Apart by UK based Swapna Haddow is a simple, heart-rending story of what happened in 1947. Experiencing the fresh scars of partition, our protagonists, a rich Muslim boy Ibrahim and Amar, a poor Hindu street kid, are united by fate and circumstances.
Meera unfortunately and obviously had no say in this misogynistic practice of forced child marriage and abides by the orders that she had been given. She moves in with her in-laws and husband at the tender age of thirteen.
This book is for those who want to learn Maths in an ancient way but with faster techniques.