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Book Review: 'Tales From The Himalaya' By Henry Edmundson (ISBN 9789937933032) £49.50 [PB]

Posted by Ray McLennan on 26-Nov-2019 10:00:00

One of the most comprehensive books on the Himalayan mountain range on the market, Henry Edmundson's Tales from the Himalaya was published by Vajra Books in June 2019. It provides readers with an in-depth look at the religious, scientific, political and cultural aspects affecting the region, from the perspective of a seasoned mountaineer.

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Educational Books From India – The Top 4 Bestsellers In The UK Last Year

Posted by Ray McLennan on 12-Nov-2019 10:10:35

According to the latest report by Nielsen BookData, many of the bestselling English-language books by Indian publishers in the UK during 2018 are either discussed or studied in-depth as bestselling English-language books by Indian publishersart of national curriculum subjects. Read on to discover more about the titles that made it into the top five.

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Book Review: The Skipper’s Diary By Richard Hadlee – A Motilal Books Exclusive £29.99 Hardback ISBN 9780957808980

Posted by Ray McLennan on 05-Nov-2019 09:34:00

We are extremely excited about the release of The Skipper’s Diary – the new book by Kiwi cricketing legend Sir Richard Hadlee, distributed exclusively by Motilal Books from 2nd October 2019. Sir Richard “Paddles” Hadlee is one of New Zealand’s most famous cricketing exports, recognised as one of the best test match bowlers and all rounders of all time. In a 17 year career spanning 1973 to 1990, Sir Richard took 431 wickets, which was the world record at the time.

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Book Review: ‘India Positive: New Essays & Selected Columns – Simple Takes on India’s Burning Issues’ By Chetan Bhagat (ISBN 9781542044165)

Posted by Ray McLennan on 15-Aug-2019 09:43:00

India Positive: New Essays and Selected Columns
is an exciting new collection of non-fiction pieces by Chetan Bhagat, the best-selling Indian author. In this book, published by Westland Publishing in 2019, Bhagat discusses issues relating to India's recent political, economic and social past, and its potential future.

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Nepalese Trekking: Three Of The Best Routes In The Himalayas & Karakorum

Posted by Ray McLennan on 09-Aug-2019 17:06:00

With their deep spirituality and dramatic scenery, the Himalayas and Karakorum are powerful destinations. From gentle treks through remote ranges to some of the most challenging mountain climbing in the world, Nepal has something for everyone. Often, the hikes surrounding the great giants of the sky are as much of a treat as scaling the peaks, meaning that maps of the region are seeing a surge in popularity.

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Book Review: ‘India Unmade: How The Modi Government Broke The Economy’ by Yashwant Sinha & Aditya Sinha (ISBN 9789386228864, HB, £21.99)

Posted by Ray McLennan on 01-Jul-2019 11:46:33

India’s Juggernaut Press have kick-started 2019 in assertive fashion with India Unmade: How The Modi Government Broke The Economy - a bold and confrontational indictment of the administration of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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7 Unmissable New Titles From Harper Collins India

Posted by Ray McLennan on 20-Jun-2019 14:44:23


Harper Collins India have a great selection of new titles available EVERY month. These include no fewer than three new books by Khushwant Singh, alongside titles by lesser-known, up-and-coming Indian authors. Harper Collins India is one of the country’s most versatile publishing houses, spanning genres as diverse as poetry, film & cinema, Earth sciences and business studies. Here are seven highlights from this month’s releases.

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5 Best Jan 2019 Book Releases From Penguin Publishing India

Posted by Ray McLennan on 12-Jun-2019 15:57:49

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One of our favourite things at the beginning of each month is receiving the roundup of new publications from our Indian publication partners. December 2018 and January 2019 are particularly busy and exciting months for Penguin Random House India, which publishes English-language books in a wide range of genres by leading Indian authors.

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Join Us At Book Expo America In New York

Posted by Ray McLennan on 28-May-2019 11:26:32

We’re flying out to New York for Book Expo America 2019 on 29th to 31st May! We can hardly wait, and as we are not exhibiting this time round – just taking part as delegates – we’ll have plenty of time to meet distributors and retails, academic library suppliers and promote Indian and South Asian publishing in general.

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Book Review: 'Mothering A Muslim' by Nazia Erum

Posted by Ray McLennan on 24-May-2019 12:38:52

Nazia Erum’s latest book, ‘Mothering a Muslim: The Dark Secret in our Schools and Playgrounds’ may sound like a parenting manual but it is much more than that. Erum has written a rare portrayal of middle-class Muslim mothering in multi-faith India, and an essential heart-breaking expose of the religious-based bullying and discrimination that runs through society right down to the schools and playgrounds. This prejudice is voiced by children who are echoing the prejudices they hear at home and in the media. ‘Mothering a Muslim’ was published by Juggernaut Books in January 2018.

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