Books

Seven Sisters - India's Fairy Land

Seven Sisters - India's Fairy Land

More than two years of pure passion, has resulted into our latest book..+more
Nobody says you are UNTOUCHABLE in India - a true story

Nobody says you are UNTOUCHABLE in India - a true story

Alphabets make a word; words are woven into sentences to convey the meaning of an event and give a mental picture for reference. Once printed in ink such sentences go down posterity as facts. Of late, thanks to the manipulated truth in journals, magazines, newspapers and books the reliability on written material is also decreasing. Even history books for schools are being re-written to maintain status quo. Guile is the code word and hypocrisy the language of mankind today. Life has become a battle for the truthful and the honest. The scheming foxes try to silence the genuine roar of a lion by branding him as dangerous and harmful. The lion may get wounded but his genes goad him to roar loud enough for the right ears. Truth is definitely stranger than fiction but to live that fiction you have to be a chosen one. ..+more
Kailasa - a journey within, 2011

Kailasa - a journey within, 2011

A diary of a pilgrim to the abode of Shiva, this book explores the journey via the Nepal route into Tibet till a point where the bodily and the astral journey become one. ..+more
'Forgotten DILLI' - portrait of an immortal city, 2010

'Forgotten DILLI' - portrait of an immortal city, 2010

A value neutral account of medieval DILLI as if in conversation with the monuments. The book takes you back to that era through its all monochrome and Infra-red pictures...+more
'Rode to Heaven'- LADAKH, 2009

'Rode to Heaven'- LADAKH, 2009

This is in the form of a biker's diary. In a mere span of 16 days, the book takes you on a virtual ride, on a time scale, to our northern most district , where the Indus Valley Civilization was seeded...+more
Floating Pearls in the Arabian Sea - LAKSHADWEEP, 2007

Floating Pearls in the Arabian Sea - LAKSHADWEEP, 2007

This book provides an insight into the lives of a very small but distinct community of the people of Lakshadweep. It is a fusion of a monograph and a coffee table book...+more