Reading/Writing

Chaitra Anumula is our writing platform author and has so far written five books on the platform. You can read her latest book Retribution – Mauli Abheek – Book 5 here. Her other books can be read on the Juggernaut website and app. To know more about her click here. To write – Almost all of us use words to express...

A passionate author with a vision and inspiration is what it takes to bring out the essence of any story. And this is what you can feel after reading Hira Mehta’s ‘Misplaced Justice.’ Her story won the We The Women writing contest. She likes writing short stories and short films. Her short story collection book...

Abhilash Sanyal is a Cyber Security engineer, currently working with ITC Infotech. Apart from being a voracious reader, he spends his free time writing short stories, thrillers being his favorite genre. He also likes playing the guitar and visiting new places. How was your experience with the Juggernaut writing...

Born in 1973, Dravid grew up in an upper-middle-class home in Bengaluru. His father Sharad was a food scientist in Kissan, a popular brand making jams, squashes and ketchups (hence Dravid’s early nickname ‘Jammy’) and his mother Pushpa an art lecturer in a leading college. A double-income family living...

When I was in college, my friends and I would pass around romance novels to each other on the sly, hoping our English teachers wouldn’t spot us reading these juicy novels and give us a hard time. Romance novels were generally considered trashy although no teacher expressly told us not to read them. They were...

Dear fellow Indian Mothers, I believe no mother asks her child to hate another child. So it was disturbing and shocking when Zareen told me, ‘My little one is only six-and-a-half years old and was hit in school for being a Muslim.’ A student sitting on the same bench as her daughter, Samaira, asked her,...

Anuja Chandramouli’s Rani Padmavati: The Burning Queen has been well appreciated by readers for bringing life to the historical character of Rani Padmavati who stood up for her own rights and self-respect centuries ago. We bring to you some of the reader reviews which might entice you to read this book for...

We asked some of our authors to tell us what were their favourite reads of the year 2017. Here’s the list they shared with us! Bachi Karkaria Exit West by Mohsin Hamid About: Nadia and Saeed are two ordinary young people, attempting to do an extraordinary thing—to fall in love—in a world turned upside down. Civil...

It’s been a year of great books. First, foremost, the shatteringly beautiful and moving account of the Tamil language as grammar, life and love by David Shulman. The most haunting story he tells in Tamil: A Biography is of the repeated loss and recovery of the literary tradition. Or so the story goes. In fiction,...

 Abhijit Vinayak Banerjee teaches economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is also a co-Founder and a Director of the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab. In 2009 he won the inaugural Infosys Prize in Economics. He is the author of A Short History of Poverty Measurement. Here are his best reads in...