HarperCollins India acquires publishing rights to MADE IN CHINA by Parinda Joshi

HarperCollins India isproud to announce that it has acquired the publishing rights, all languages, World, for Parinda Joshi’s Made in China. The movie adaptation of Made in China, a Maddock Films production starring Rajkummar Rao, Mouni Roy and Boman Irani, is scheduled to release on Independence Day 2019. The film will be directed by National Award winner Mikhil Musale. Meanwhile, Dinesh… Continue reading HarperCollins India acquires publishing rights to MADE IN CHINA by Parinda Joshi

BKS Iyengar | 100th Birth Anniversary

Yogacharya BKS Iyengar (Guruji) was born in 1918 and founded a style of teaching called ‘Iyengar Yoga’. His first book, Light on Yoga, became in international bestseller, selling three million copies. Celebrating 100 years of Guruji, we present to you his finest collection of self-help books on the art of Yoga. Light on Yoga: The… Continue reading BKS Iyengar | 100th Birth Anniversary

HarperCollins India presents The Forest Of Enchantments by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

HarperCollins India is proud to announce the publication of THE FOREST OF ENCHANTMENTS by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni Releasing January 2019 The Ramayana, one of the world’s greatest epics, is also a tragic love story. In this brilliant retelling, Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni places Sita at the centre of the novel: this is Sita’s version. The Forest… Continue reading HarperCollins India presents The Forest Of Enchantments by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

She Can You Can: The A–Z Book of Iconic Indian Women by Garima Kushwaha Illustrated by Anastasia Damani

  Launching amidst a global trend in the short biography format of books for children, starting with Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls—the book that possibly spawned the trend—HarperCollins Children’s Books’ new Timeless Biography, She Can You Can, is unique in several ways, right from the format, which is that of an alphabet book, to… Continue reading She Can You Can: The A–Z Book of Iconic Indian Women by Garima Kushwaha Illustrated by Anastasia Damani

HarperCollins India presents Left From The Nameless Shop by Adithi Rao

Step back in time with this pen portrait of small-town India. Left From The Nameless Shop by Adithi Rao Stories from the life you left behind. One that you hope to return to. In the storytelling vein of RK Narayan’s Malgudi Days A boy communes with the gods by talking to a pillar. The ‘hibiscus girl’… Continue reading HarperCollins India presents Left From The Nameless Shop by Adithi Rao

HarperCollins India presents The Afflictions by Vikram Paralkar

HarperCollins India is proud to announce a bold, unique experiment with form and style THE AFFLICTIONS by VIKRAM PARALKAR A whimsical introspection of the human condition, filled with nuance and wit The Encyclopaedia Medicinae at the Central Library is the repository of a dizzying array of ailments, and Máximo is thrilled to get a peek… Continue reading HarperCollins India presents The Afflictions by Vikram Paralkar

HarperCollins India is proud to announce the release of The one who had two lives by Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan

‘The Indian epics gain strength and renewal with every telling and retelling. Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan's compelling and accomplished narration of the crucial story of Amba and Shikhandi is a timely reminder of the constant currency and relevance' of the Mahabharata.’  Namita Gokhale Book One, The One Who Swam with the Fishes, told the tale of… Continue reading HarperCollins India is proud to announce the release of The one who had two lives by Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan

Announcing the release of Bombay Brides: Stories of Love and Loss in a Transit Flat by Sahitya Akademi Award winning author Esther David

‘EstherDavid’s novels are about the Indian Jewish people; they are full of colour andremind one of Isaac Bashevis Singer and his Polish spirit’ Marie-FranceCalle, Le Figaro When Juliet Abraham, who is Jewish, has a runaway marriage with Rahul Abhiram, a Hindu, their families are initially furious but soon relent. They buy the couple an apartment in… Continue reading Announcing the release of Bombay Brides: Stories of Love and Loss in a Transit Flat by Sahitya Akademi Award winning author Esther David

Indian Preview: Our Top New Releases from November

Don’t Tell the Governor by Ravi Subramanian On 8 November, when the clock strikes 12, your money will be no good. Somewhere on the India-Nepal Border, a car full of passengers swerves off a highway and plunges into a valley, its trunk full of cash. In the UK, a Bollywood starlet wins Big Survivor, the… Continue reading Indian Preview: Our Top New Releases from November

The Best Foreign Fiction & Non-Fiction We Published in November

Fire and Blood: 300 Years Before A Game of Thrones (A Targaryen History) George R.R. Martin Set 300 years before the events in A Song of Ice and Fire, FIRE AND BLOOD is the definitive history of the Targaryens in Westeros as told by Archmaester Gyldayn, and chronicles the conquest that united the Seven Kingdoms… Continue reading The Best Foreign Fiction & Non-Fiction We Published in November