"ULFA: The Mirage of Dawn" is more than just a book; it's a labor of love from a seasoned subject matter expert. Rajeev Bhattacharyya's work is a brilliant contribution to the understanding of ULFA's complex history, offering readers a deep dive into the organization's covert operations and cross-border connections.
"Of Indian Carpets and Carpetwallahs: An Appreciation" is an enlightening ode to the artistry, history, and cultural richness woven into the fibers of Indian carpets.
"Reflections of a Wandering Heart" stands as a beautifully written series of poems that captures the essence of beauty, womanhood, love, solitude, and the intricate fabric of life.
"Pranab, My Father: A Daughter Remembers" emerges not only as a significant contribution to political literature but also as a breezy and enjoyable read. Sharmistha Mukherjee's eloquent storytelling captures the essence of a devoted father, a seasoned politician, and the intersecting realms of personal and political life.
"Kashmir: Book 3 of The Partition Trilogy" by Manreet Sodhi Someshwar marks the culmination of the Partition Trilogy, a compelling exploration of the tumultuous events surrounding India's Independence and the Partition.