The 10 Books to Read in July 2023

The 10 Books to Read in July 2023

Join us as we delve into these captivating tales and discover the literary treasures that await you this July.

1. The Swaraj Spy by Vijay Balan

Experience the gripping odyssey of Kumar Nair, a former British paramilitary member who relocates to Singapore following his dismissal for refusing to disperse unarmed women advocating for India’s independence.

2. The Perfumist of Paris by Alka Joshi

In 1974 Paris, Radha, now a thirty-two-year-old mother of two, lives with her husband Pierre. While grieving the loss of her baby boy given up years ago, Radha discovers her talent for scent as she works in a parfumerie.

3. The Peace Makers by Ghazala Wahab

In a nation known for its historical figures of non-violence, India’s tumultuous history has been plagued by conflicts and violence, hindering peace and unity.

4. The Indian Book of Big Ideas by Mukunda Rao

Embark on a journey through the winding path of philosophy as we explore the wisdom of 45 influential thinkers, philosophers, and reformers from India.

5. The Greatest Indian Stories Ever Told by Arunava Sinha

“The Greatest Indian Stories Ever Told” is a collection of outstanding short fiction by Indian writers from the late nineteenth century to the present day.

6. Smoke and Ashes by Amitav Ghosh

Amitav Ghosh was surprised to discover that the opium trade had a profound impact on the world, including his own family history.

7. Kitne Ghazi Aaye Kitne Ghazi Gaye by Lt Gen KJS ‘Tiny’ Dhillon

Lieutenant General K.J.S. “Tiny” Dhillon, an Infantry veteran with over four decades of military service, has served multiple tenures in Kashmir.

8. Nation First by Shikha Akhilesh Saxena

Twenty years after India’s victory at Kargil, the stories and accounts of the war continue to be told with great pride.

9. AI Rising by Jayanth N Kolla and Leslie D’Monte

Artificial intelligence (AI) is no longer a distant dream. It is already here, and it is changing the world in profound ways.

10. Ela’s Unfinished Business by Gayatri

Beri Shola is a quiet, charming hill town with a hodgepodge of locals from across India.

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