Author : Sana Chawla
Publisher : Self Published
Genre : Self Help, Motivational
Source : Author
Rating : 2/5 Stars
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I thought it was time for me to compile a fresh list of Indie publishers in India. Earlier I had made a list that contained a list of names but nothing that was that thorough so I didn’t bother with it. While this isn’t super detailed or anything it does have a bit more than the previous list I compiled along with bestsellers from them and a few that I myself am dying to read.
If you follow my blog you will automatically know that they are one of my most favourite publishers. I discovered them a year back when I heard about The Sari Of Surya Vilas and desperately wanted the book since I had finally grown up and entered my saree loving phase and I’ve loved them since then and probably always will! It was started in 2014 by Manas Saikia and Ravi Singh and include Indian, International, Children’s and Academic books in English. I adore most of the books they put out not just for their quality but also for variety. While a lot of Indie publishers wear their political opinions on their jacket sleeve (cloth and book). They happily publish all opinions and give them an equal platform. Their books are absolutely gorgeous and very high quality making them absolutely displayable. I have reviewed quite a few of their books here and you can check those reviews here. One feature I adore about their website is that they have an excerpts section which has portions from almost all their books, making it easy to see if you like a writing style before picking it up.
Among their recently titles this is one that I’m most excited for(that I don’t already have): Is that even a country sir, it is about two journalists who go to Assam to investigate and learn about why Hindi speakers are massacred there. Continue reading
It is Independence day and Top Ten Tuesday has offered up a perfect topic today so i cannot help but take advantage of the situation. This is a list I CANNOT wait to share with you because not only is it stories that surround India and Indian culture, it is also a sort of a favourites list and also a list of books I think everyone should read if they want to know how life in India is. If you are an Indian may not agree with my list but since everyone has a right to their opinion, I expect you will respect mine. This is also a list of books that I have read/started reading, there are many books that I haven’t gotten around to reading that SHOULD be on this list so I will make a part two when I do get around to reading more.