Chitra Divakaruni switches the narrative, giving the onus of narrating her version of the epic saga of Mahabharata to one who is the sufferer, and the catalyst in the family war. Drupadkumari Draupadi, Princess of Panchal, through the imaginative and powerful expression of the authoress writes about her birth, recounts relatable experiences, and matures throughout the book in a marvelous redemption . Read this exceptional piece of literature to embark on a journey of self-exploration for the mighty yet haughty Yagyaseni, Panchali.
Looking for an exciting action-packed thriller? Here’s an autobiography written by the Vir Chakra awardee Brigadier JK Tomar, which vividly portrays his journey through the Indian Army, the different phases in the life of an Army Officer and how he battles all of them.
This World Book Day, we talk about the origin of a brain’s best friend- books, and how through the ageless trend of book-reading do people find a virtual life experience.