HarperCollins India is proud to announce an exploration into the relationship between attire and identity HIJABISTAN SABYN JAVERI A feisty, urban-women–centric collection of short stories in a fresh, powerful voice A young kleptomaniac infuses thrill into her suffocating life by using her abaya to steal lipsticks and flash men. An office worker feels empowered… Continue reading HarperCollins India presents Hijabistan by Sabyn Javeri
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 and Black Ink bring to you a moving account of brotherhood and youthful passion A Long Way Home by Mitali Meelan A story set in the calm before a storm In A Long Way From Home the Adhikari brothers follow their dreams while re-discovering their relationship with one another. Mitali Meelan weaves a… Continue reading HarperCollins India and Black Ink present A Long Way Home by Mitali Meelan
Congratulations! You’re married! They’ve finally stopped asking you when you’re settling down, who you’re settling down with, why it’s taking you so long, etc. In fact, by now people have even stopped judging how you looked as a bride, and have reached a consensus on how good or bad the food was at the wedding,… Continue reading 10 Witty Comebacks to the Question We Love to Hate: Koi Good News?