Smart:The Digital Century by Frederic Martel and translated by Sindhuja Veeraragavan

  HarperCollins India is delighted to announce the publication of Smart: The Digital Century by Frederic Martel and translated by Sindhuja Veeraragavan. The book covers the whole battle for the Internet and its future.New Delhi, 6th July 2018: Smart: The Digital Century is a fascinating survey of the Internet and how it has evolved differently… Continue reading Smart:The Digital Century by Frederic Martel and translated by Sindhuja Veeraragavan

Being Pakistani – Society, Culture and the Arts by Raza Rumi

PRESS RELEASE HarperCollins Publishers India are pleased to announce the publication of Being Pakistani   by Raza Rumi About the book How different is Pakistan's culture from that of India? Exploring various aspects of the arts, literature and heritage of Pakistan, Raza Rumi argues that culture in Pakistan is not particularly unique to the nation, but… Continue reading Being Pakistani – Society, Culture and the Arts by Raza Rumi

Sarawatichandra retold by Sameer Archarya

HarperCollins India is delighted to announce the publication of Saraswatichandra by Sameer Acharya, a retelling of one of Indian literature's greatest classics – Govardhanram Tripathi's Saraswatichandra ‘Imbued with aesthetic delight; the characterization is matchless.’ – Mahatma Gandhi  Now turned into a very popular Indian soap opera by Sanjay Leela Bhansali on STAR Plus One of… Continue reading Sarawatichandra retold by Sameer Archarya

10 Tips To Become A Social Media Jedi

These days, almost everyone is on one social media platform or the other. And if you want to become a social media influencer, who better to give you tips than MissMalini, aka, Malini Agarwal? She's a social media jedi with millions of followers across platforms. Her website draws four millions users from across the globe… Continue reading 10 Tips To Become A Social Media Jedi

‘We need to make sure boys [also] play with dolls, and girls with toy trucks’

Even in the modern world, it's impossible to escape our biology: men are depicted as the stronger, smarter sex, while women are portrayed as more empathetic, and as natural caregivers. We buy dolls for our girls, and toy trucks for our boys, marking the first in a chain of ways that we raise our children… Continue reading ‘We need to make sure boys [also] play with dolls, and girls with toy trucks’