Book: Amit Shah and the March of BJP
Author: Anirban Ganguly & Shiwanand
Publisher: Bloomsbury India
To anyone even remotely interested in Indian politics, irrespective of their profession or political leaning, especially since the unfolding of Indian politics in the summer of 2014, this is a captivating exploration of the political life and journey of one of its central characters, Amit Shah.
Book: Virat: The Making of a Champion
Author: Neeraj Jhan & Vidhanshu Kumar
Publisher: Hachette India
Virat looks unstoppable in the lead-up to the top, and his inspiring story is told vividly in this book. Peppered with anecdotes and stories from his coaches, teammates and other insiders from the cricketing world, this is one life story that is a must-read for everyone.
Book: The Nine Waves
Author: Mihir Bose
The book tells the story of the nine great waves that have rolled through the history of Indian cricket, from India’s international debut in 1932 to the incredible achievements of viral Kohli’s team today. Each wave or era was chock-full of mesmerising stars, thrilling moments, great victories, heart-breaking losses and significant turning points.
Book: But You Don’t Look Like A Muslim
Edited by: Rakhshanda Jalil
These writings, on and about being Muslim in India, by Rakhshanda Jalil — one of the country’s foremost literary historians and cultural commentators — excavate memories, interrogate dilemmas, and rediscover and celebrate a nation and its syncretic culture.
Book: The Best Life Ever
Author: Aditya Shroff
Publisher: TreeShade Books
Get into the shoes of an Indian village lad as he takes you on an incredible journey. Running across countryside farmlands bordering the Arabian sea, through bustling Indian cities, over the high mountains of the Himalayas, and deep into the untouched crevices of the heart, it is a journey that makes you rethink your take on life.