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‘Karukku’: Autobiography explores Tamil, Dalit and Christian Identity

Karukku is an autobiography that chronicles Bama’s life, from her childhood to her early adult life as a nun, and beyond. The book was originally written by her in ...Read More...

Environmental Spirituality

By: Roshan Shah Author: S. Ignacimuthu Publisher: St Pauls, Mumbai Year: 2010 Pages: 126 ISBN: 978-93-5015-001-6 Price: Rs. 80 That the earth is today faced with a grave ecological ...Read More...

The King’s Craftsmen

“They came to the city in a large boat that halts at Vallakadavu. From Vallakadavu, they got into bullock carts to make the rest of the journey to my ...Read More...

Ken P’s path to moksha

C.M. Paul Reflections : A book of poetry by Kened Pradhan or popularly known as ‘Ken P’ originally from Darjeeling is a poignant pick of poems reflecting life from ...Read More...

Hindu nationalism is more Italian and Christian than Sonia Gandhi

Pankaj Mishra Hindu nationalists have always made large claims about their exemplary and inimitable Hindu-ness. In Essentials of Hindutva, the book that comes closest to defining the ideology of ...Read More...

Pedong Express pens her run with Roshni

C.M. Paul Darjeeling – From the Mountain to the Ocean – Run with Roshni is Roshni Rai’s inspiring story, about how she started running marathons and about her 2012 project ...Read More...

This One’s for You

By: C.M. Paul “What are we without stories? What are we without aspirations? Without stories, it’s a life spent to attend its vague purpose. My purpose in life was ...Read More...

Tri-lingual multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal on art & culture launched

C.M. Paul Kolkata – A recent publication in Kolkata with a galaxy of eminent names of personalities in the various fields of art and culture hopes to promote the ...Read More...

The Spy: Mata Haris story retold

Bestselling author Paulo Coelho retells the unforgettable story of historys most enigmatic woman Mata Hari in her voice through her final letter. Termed as a novel based on real ...Read More...

Jesuit publishes Hindi book on Pope Francis

This may be the first book that deals with various controversial issues the pope has addressedRead More...
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