While the short stories delve into themes of rivalry, rudeness, disparity, and more, each one concludes with a happy ending, making them truly enjoyable to read.
Dance, Nani, Dance, an anthology of adorable stories of grandparents from acclaimed authors, takes you on an emotional roller-coaster ride.
This book is inspired by a lawyer, Afroz Shah, whose determination could transform Mumbai’s Versova beach back into a serene spot.
Set in old Bombay during the Ganpati festival, Pari is looking for one perfect click. She sets out with her friend Parvez, hauling her enormous Rolleiflex camera that had only 10 photos left, in search of that perfect festival pic to earn one rupee.
Tavs is reluctant to go to Ladakh as she thinks it will be boring. But when she meets Mr. Tiger Nose, his wife, daughter-Tashi who is 5 years old and her classmates in Ladakh, everything changes.
Adventure loving Pedru wanted to see places, beyond his own village Rotnagaon. He plans to run away with his friend to search for a new village but unfortunately gets caught by his Pai! This made his Mai so angry that she told him one day you will wake up Pedru and BOOM your punishment will come.