Book rack

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Trees Incredible: Life sustaining lives

Madan Mohan Pant
Rupa and Co, 2011, pp 216, 395
This book gives a comprehensive understanding of trees and discusses the necessary linkages between natural elements.

Curry: The Story of Britain’s Favourite Dish
Shrabani Basu
Rupa and Co, 2011, pp 188, 295
This book pays tribute to those who put ‘curry’ on the British map and made it a universal favourite.

The 100 minute marketing manager
A Nag
Macmillan, 2011, pp 119, 185
This book deals with fifteen core areas in marketing with case studies from both Indian and foreign companies and brands.

Towards the True Kinship of Faiths
His Holiness the Dalai Lama,
Hachette, 2011, pp 188, 395
This book shows how in our globalised world, nations, cultures and individuals can find opportunities to connect.

The Passage
Justin Cronin
Hachette, 2011, pp 963, 450
This book is about three people bound together in an epic journey to the very heart of what it means to be human.

The Silent Monument
Shobha Nihalani
Tara Press, 2011, pp 303, 250
This is about an age-old scroll discovered in the hidden
chambers of the Taj Mahal.

U R Ananthamurthy; translated by Susheela Punitha
Oxford, 2011, pp 277, 450
This novel is about the practice of untouchability in a
traditional society that is evolving into modernity.

Kocharethi: The Araya Woman
Narayan; translated by Catherine Thankamma
Oxford, 2011, pp 221, 450,
The first novel by a tribal novelist of South India, it maps the story of the Malayarayar tribe in Kerala.

When Faith Turned Red
Sharad Pagare
Rupa and Co, 2011, pp 300,  295
Based in South India, it is about naxals at war, murders...

40 sufi comics
Arif and Ali Vakil
Creative Commons, 2011, pp 93, 256
A collection of comic strips depicting the teachings of Islam.

Chocolate Guitar Momos
Kenny Deori Basumatary
Tranquebar, 2011, pp 243, 200
This is the story of an aspiring musician who embarks on a journey to find his soul-mate.