The Great Indian Obsession-The Untold Story of India’s Engineers- NP Recommends

Title: The Great Indian Obsession Author: Adhitya Iyer Genre: Travel and Humor Price: Rs. 199 Number of Pages: 153 Indians are obsessed with 3 things- cricket, movies, and politics but one peculiar obsession that is not talked about enough is engineering and that is exactly what this book does. Adhitya Iyer set out on a backpacking trip across India for about 2 years to find out more about a unique story that he wanted to share ...

Read More
North Indian Madrasi

The North Indian Madrasi-NP Recommends

Title: The North Indian Madrasi Author: Sheela Iyer Genre: Fiction, Autobiography The North Indian Madrasi is a short and simple book about the life experiences and the journey of a South Indian who grew up in North India. The author, Sheela Iyer, having spent over thirty years in North India, has a lot of fond memories to look back to. She has taken a stroll down memory lane and through this book, she invites the ...

Read More
Kanta Bhai Pvt Ltd

Kanta Bai Pvt Ltd- NP recommends

Title: Kanta Bai Pvt Ltd Author: Payal Mittal Talwar Genre: Biography Attention all Kanta Bai(s) a.k.a. mommies, next-door-aunties, cousins, or anyone who is a working stay-at-home mother or father. Kanta Bai Pvt Ltd is the revelation you have been silently craving for. So, hold still and be ready to shout “Amen” every time you agree with what Kanta Bai (Payal Mittal Talwar) has to say. Hi! Meet ‘Me’ alias Kanta Bai (at least in ...

Read More

NP Recommends – Why we love Management by Duffers

There are moments in office when we feel like killing our bosses, right? No, don’t deny it. We aren't suggesting that you do. That said, whenever you do feel that way, we hope you pick up Management by Duffers. It contains business humour and is filled with quips and cartoons one can laugh out loud to. The jokes are specific but universal, therefore relatable. Excerpt: Remember when the CEO makes a flaw ...

Read More
Mission, Vision and Bullshit

Mission, Vision and Bullshit- NP Recommends

Book: Mission, Vision and Bullshit Author Name: Y.G.Nash Genre: Humor, Office Humor Mission, Vision and Bullshit is a book that reveals the inner workings of corporates in a humorous and sarcastic light, making it a guidebook of sorts for the uninitiated. The book touches upon all the different kinds of people one will meet in a corporate office and the countless shenanigans that the upper management and co-workers are always up to. The readers experience the daily-life ...

Read More

Can I Have a Chocolate Milkshake? NP Recommends

Title: Can I Have a Chocolate Milkshake? Author: Rajat Mishra Genre: Autobiography, Adventure Can I Have a Chocolate Milkshake? is an inspirational autobiographical tale by Rajat Mishra. Siddhant suffers a devastating accident but remains calm and composed when told that his right hand has been amputated. With a never-say-die attitude, he bounces back full of life, gives up his Olive Greens and overcomes all odds to become a success in the corporate world. ...

Read More

Seasoned For Family and Friends-NP Recommends

Title: ‘Seasoned‘ for Family and Friends Author: Morvarid Fernandez Genre: Cooking, Food, & Wine Seasoned for Family and Friends by Morvarid Fernandez is a book of simple, easy-to-read, and easy-to-make recipes. The book contains recipes from across the globe, including a few that are the author’s own creation through a fusion of spices and meats. The book also offers a simple yet engrossing narrative that explores a simpler time from the author’s past. The recipes are ...

Read More

Kéérook- NP Recommends

Title: Kéérook and Other Stories from North East India Author: Group Captain Mohonto Panging Genre: Adventure, Fiction An anthology of stories that brings to light the real North East India, this book does more than just story-telling. It captures the essence of a place almost alien to the rest of the country. It is a journey through this mysterious destination, which will leave every reader with a fresh outlook and a tad bit ...

Read More

Bitcoin Magnet- NP Recommends

Book: Bitcoin Magnet Author Name: Sunil Aggarwal Genre: Business/Investing. Bitcoin has been in the news for a while ever since its value surged even when Governments are trying to find ways to regulate it. But, do we understand Bitcoin? How it came out to be and operates? What are things like Blockchain and Bitcoin mining? Sunil Aggarwal's Bitcoin Magnet is the perfect guidebook for any newcomer to rely on, even those who do ...

Read More

Rain Overnight-NP Recommends

Title: Rain Overnight Author: Joachim Matschoss Genre: Travel/ Post-modern travelogue  Diary entry I am standing on a piece of corrugated iron. Around me the rubble of a building, the smell of burning rubber, four big rats rummage near my feet. They are within reach. I am within their reach. What to say? What to do? Three meters away a little child, maybe three, sitting, smiling. This is its world. Rain Overnight is the perception of ...

Read More

NP Recommends: Why you will love Manifesto of Soul

Title: Manifesto of Soul Author: Civazee Nondare Genre: Poetry This collection of poems is titled Manifesto of Soul but after reading it, it seems more like a manifesto of forgotten humanity. This collection speaks of the true form of unconditional love, how in a fake world of simulated acts stimulates love with a burning desire that fails to reach eternity and immortality, protests against wars, discrimination, communalism, and all conspired strategies of deserting humanity ...

Read More

NP Recommends – Why you will love That Man In The Circus

Highlights: Title: That Man In The Circus Author: Siddharth Sharma Genre: Poetry A husband realizes his wife is cheating on him. A student feels stifled by the education system. A partner feels inadequate. A lover spends a special Christmas with a better half. A girl hurts herself. These are just a few of the many stories told in Siddharth Sharma’s That Man In The Circus. What is it to be as random as a thought? To ...

Read More

NP Recommends: Why you will love “When Love Lived Alone”

Highlights: Title: When Love Lived Alone Author: Jessica Singh Genre: Contemporary Poetry A woman falls in love. She finds solace in her relationships—the sense of security to let her walls down, be vulnerable, be transformed by them, and she gives herself wholly to them. Love then poses challenges, taking her to the deepest pits—unreturned love, unequal love, love lost and found—yet, she savors love itself and willingly accepts the multitude of experiences it offers. Excerpt: Love does ...

Read More

NP Recommends – Why you will love “If only words could breathe

Highlights: Book: If only words could breathe Author Name: Jazz G. Sethi Genre: Poetry In If only words could breathe, 21-year-old Jazz Sethi wonderfully captures our deepest desires, innermost fears and vulnerable feelings through musings, haikus and prose poems that you wish the book was indeed a breathing human you could call as a good friend. In life, we experience all kinds of emotions ranging from love to longing and grief. We are constantly looking ...

Read More

NP Recommends – Why we love Majid’s Diary

Highlights: Book: Majid’s Diary Author Name: Ghazala Rizvi Genre: Crime, Thriller, Mystery A diary is all that Jamal has to understand why brother Majid committed suicide. But, it is one thing to have missing pages but entirely another thing to have a filled diary that is more of a crossword puzzle. Jamal takes the help of his friend Dev and before the two realize, they are thrust on a rollercoaster ride into a world ...

Read More

NP Recommends: Why you will love No Murder Tonight

Is No Murder Tonight a Movie Masquerading as a Book? The interests of an aspiring pilot, a vengeful orphan, an insulted business tycoon, two CBI officers, an imprisoned convict and his henchmen, a young rape victim and a pimp, all converge at 47A, Harrington Road when each of them target the sleazy, corrupt Power Minister Salem Palanisaami for their own reasons. Vengeance, money, karma or hamartia – which one of these ...

Read More

NP Recommends: Why you will love The Third Mumbai

Highlights: Title: The Third Mumbai Author: Philipose Thomas Genre: Apocalyptic Fiction, Thriller The earth looks calm from space. Its majestic rotation continues on its eternal journey—a serene sight.  From the high sky, all looks well over the Indian subcontinent with its unmistakable jutting coastline. The ethereal vision is suddenly muddled by a mushroom-shaped cloud arising from the west coast of the Mumbai peninsula.  Shortly thereafter, similar clouds arise. This time, they're over Islamabad and Karachi. Political relations ...

Read More

NP Recommends: Why you will love the Earth of Illusions.

Highlights: Title: The Earth of Illusions Author:Nano P Bott and S. Dave Genre: Sci-fi, Thriller, Drama No one would believe if one told another that balance exists in this world. Imperfect beings are complete while perfection is incomplete. The biggest threat to the unfortunate ones is themselves. Their wars and disputes have led to warfare by annihilation, causing the wary ones to frequently interfere. Demon, Yokai, and the Mythological Beast are quite adept at ...

Read More

NP Recommends: Why you will love ‘The Misfit’

Highlights: Title: The Misfit Author: Swati Pareek Genre: Romance, Coming-of-age Divya Singhani is a plus-size 25-year-old who grows up devoid of motherly affection. Her businessman father has no time for her and her indifferent step-mother misses no opportunity to ridicule her. Just when she thinks she has met the love of her life, doubts creep between friends and her life crumbles down. How Divya moves to New York determinedly to overcome these hurdles and ...

Read More

NP Recommends: Why you will love The Small Hours

Highlights: Title: The Small Hours Author: Palak Loyalka Genre: Thriller, Drama The Small Hours is a book that explores the depths of emotion in terms that are heavy yet simple. This book brings out the reader's inner artist/poet/dreamer with the way it describes each feeling in its entire poetic splendor. Reading this book is also certain to make readers listen to their own heart and soul. “No problem. You can help me find the wood for the bonfire! ...

Read More