'His genius lay in taking his books of history to another level altogether.' Author-Publisher David Davidar's moving tribute to historian Abraham Eraly, who passed away in Puducherry last week. A couple of years ago, while browsing at an airport bookstore, I picked up a paperback of Abraham Eraly's Emperors of the Peacock Throne: The Saga of the Great Mughals. The book was a revised version of his very first book which I had published, back in 1997, as The Last Spring: The Lives and Time of the ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
As an amateur reader, I was always out of expressions in selecting novels which to pick up and which to avoid had mostly been a daunting task, frequently leaving me in the shoes of a confused reader. Once in a library that had a portrait of Samuel ...The Statesman, 3 days ago
We caught director Farah Khan at the supermarket yesterday. "I'm hosting a small dinner this evening for Sania Mirza, who is a dear friend," said the spunky director and mother of triplets, whose Happy New Year placed her as one of the first women ...Mid Day, 1 month ago
She begged and cyber-stalked people for two years for this anthology of Indian women's writing over 2,000 years. The writer discusses the world's earliest feminists By her own admission, Annie Zaidi had internalised the idea of women's literature - ...Bangalore Mirror, 2 months ago
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