Worldwide print and kindle releases
Here are all our books that have been released in print and Kindle worldwide. Kindle editions are available in India too! Most of our Kindle editions can be read for free with Kindle Unlimited.
The Mahabharata is the greatest story ever told. Spanning generations, with stories within stories, suprise twists and turns, this is a story for all time. Rediscover the epic through this easy retelling of the Mahabharata, a gift from a grandfather to his grand daughters who live outside India.
Stories From Bhagavatam
Bhagavata Purana also known as Śrīmad Bhāgavata Mahā Purāṇa, Śrīmad Bhāgavatam or Bhāgavata, is one of Hinduism's eighteen great Puranas. Composed in Sanskrit and available in almost all major Indian languages, it promotes bhakti to Krishna integrating themes from the Advaita philosophy and from the Dvaita philosophy.
Understanding The Elemental Hindu Works
In this engaging and easy text, the authors explore the foundational works of Hinduism. Spanning philosophy, mythology, poetry and music, this book is sure to educate, as well as entertain.
The War Diaries
This book is intended as an accurate transcript of the comments N.D.Varadachariar (Kasi) made in his diaries during the course of the war, based on newspaper and radio reports. Where possible, an attempt has been made to provide context (in italics) to references to people, places and events made in the diary.
The Kasi Diaries (Excerpts from the diaries of N.D.Varadchariar (1903-1945))
Born in 1903, Kasi was educated at Presidency and Madras Law College. He kept a diary every day of his life from the age of 13 to his death at 42. This volume of excerpts, revised and refreshed in a second edition, offer an unparalleled contemporary insight into the Indian freedom struggle, the second world war, the fine arts, and even cricket, of the period between 1916 and 1945.
The Girl Who Could Not Sleep
In this story, written and illustrated by our grand daughter, Anagha Arvind, when she was aged 12, a little girl finds innumerable excuses to bring her mother back into her room, and to postpone bedtime. The story is as much about the boundless imagination of a child, as about the inexhaustible store of patience of a parent.
One Way Ticket
Mia and Ella are on a mission. A murder mystery mission. Since forming their detective agency, Barnes and Beck, Mia and Ella are always on the lookout for mysteries to solve. As luck would have it, for them at least, a murder finds them and in a most peculiar way; 38000 feet up in the sky. Will Mia and Ella solve the mystery, or will the murderer escape to a different jurisdiction without being caught?
A book by our grand daughter, Keya Srinivas, when she was aged 11.