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Janice Campbell Paul

Janice Campbell Paul was just an ordinary American woman, not particularly religious or spiritual, when she was stricken with fibromyalgia, an illness so inexpl...


Malay Kumar Roy

From the early 1950s to the early ’60s, Malay Kumar Roy spent around ten years as a young boy in Hazaribagh in the Chhotanagpur district of Jharkhand, whi...


Robert Louis Stevenson

In 1878, Robert Louis Stevenson, author of classics such as Kidnapped and Treasure Island, embarked on a walking tour of the Cévennes, a m...


Lakshmi Bai Tilak

Lakshmi Bai Tilak was born in 1868 into a strict Maharashtrian Brahmin family in a village near Nashik. And at the age of eleven, she was married off to poet Na...


Malika Amar Shaikh

Malika Amar Shaikh was born to Communist-activist parents—her father, Shahir Amar Shaikh, was a trade-union leader and legendary Marathi folk singer. Brou...


Parimal Bhattacharya

For a few years in the early 1990s—at a time when the embers of a violent agitation for Gorkhaland were slowly dying down—Parimal Bhattacharya taugh...


Seema Mustafa

A fascinating account of an audacious woman’s journey and a rapidly vanishing way of life, Azadi's Daughter is both a personal memoir and a political ...


Ruskin Bond

Over sixty years, for numerous readers—of all ages; in big cities, small towns and little hamlets—Ruskin Bond has been the best kind of companion. H...


Abdul Wahid Radhu

Born into an eminent merchant family in Ladakh in 1918, Khwaja Abdul Wahid Radhu, often described as ‘the last caravaneer of Tibet and Central Asia’...


Pooranam Elayathamby , Richard Anderson

Raised by her widowed mother in a Tamil village in the Eastern Province of Sri Lanka, Sandy, born Pooranam Elayathamby, grew up in poverty with her five sisters...


Sukanya Rahman

‘[this book] deserves to be read, not merely because it is about extraordinary women set against the changing historical backdrop of Indian classical danc...


Jean-Claude Carrière , Aruna Vasudev

‘Where can one find the Mahabharata? The facile answer is “India”.’ A chance comment in 1974 fired Peter Brook and Jean-Claude Car...