The Rainbow Acres to The Fate of Butterflies: 5 books that are just out

Title: The Rainbow Acres
Author: Simrita Dhir
Publisher: Om Books International

The Rainbow Acres to The Fate of Butterflies: 5 books that are just out

Kishan Singh is euphoric as he dreams of going to college, landing a government job and marrying Roop. But after Kishan’s dreams are ruthlessly washed away, devastated he sets off on a life-threatening voyage across two oceans for a distant and unknown land.

Title: Living the Bhagavad Gita
Author: Braja Sorensen
Publisher: Hachette India

The Rainbow Acres to The Fate of Butterflies: 5 books that are just out

In this startlingly original book, Braja Sorensen combines the teachings of Sri Krishna and the sage Patanjali to emphasise the real purpose of yoga: It is a way of life, and its goal is the union with the Divine. The book also shows how Bhagavad Gita is the finest guide to understanding life, love and relationships.

Title: A Patchwork Family
Author: Mukta Sathe
Publisher: Speaking Tiger

The Rainbow Acres to The Fate of Butterflies: 5 books that are just out

Young and idealistic, Janaki is eager to serve the cause of justice as a lawyer. Her only confidant is Ajoba, an elderly friend of her grandfather’s, who supported her throughout her childhood, both have lost their own families. So together, they struggle to create a family, patched together perhaps, but stronger for it.

Title: The Desi Guide To Dating
Author: Ira Trivedi & Sachin Bhatia
Publisher: HarperCollins

The Rainbow Acres to The Fate of Butterflies: 5 books that are just out

In an age of ghosting, cheating, blocking and ignoring, finding love is difficult but The Desi Guide to Dating is here to help you out! This book is your one-stop solution to all your dating needs. It helps you perfectly navigate the increasingly confusing world of dating.

Title: The Fate of Butterflies
Author: Nayantara Sahgal
Publisher: Speaking Tiger

The Rainbow Acres to The Fate of Butterflies: 5 books that are just out

Prabhakar, returning home one evening, comes upon a corpse at a crossroads, naked but for the skullcap on his head. Days later, he listens to Katrina’s stark retelling of gang rape in a village, as chilling as only the account of a victim can be. In the midst of all this, Katrina and he discovered that, even in times that are grim, there is joy.

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