29 August 2018


Our bookstore looked so much more colourful and jolly when author Nandini Nayar stopped by yesterday. A prolific writer of different kinds of children’s books ranging from picture books and chapter books to novels for middle readers and non-fiction, Nandini wears her author’s hat so lightly despite having an impressive 44 children’s books to her name! What’s […]

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22 June 2018


On this day in 1633, the Church forced one of our greatest polymaths, Galileo Galilei, to take back his theory that the Sun and not the Earth is the centre of the universe. On this very day in 1986, in the course of a historic FIFA World Cup match between Argentina and England, genius footballer […]

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7 June 2018


Train journeys can be life-changing sometimes. On 7 June 1893, a young lawyer Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, despite having a valid ticket, got thrown out of a train compartment because he was not white-skinned. We know the station where he was evicted was Pietermaritzburg in South Africa. The train journey is considered a catalyst for Gandhi’s […]

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25 May 2018


A saying goes that those who chase their dreams always know the road that leads them home again. Could this be true even of the Father of our Nation, Mahatma Gandhi? Indeed, if there’s one place that defines Gandhi as a person, a leader, a freedom fighter and a visionary, it has to be the […]

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