Reading/Writing

We live in times of food confusion. For simple questions like ‘how can I stay healthy?’, ‘what should I eat?’ there are tons of complicated answers, most of them contradicting each other. Health is not an instant revolution. Any diet plan or fitness routine that aims to make you healthy must be effortless,...

Juggernaut is proud to publish A NEW INDIA: Selected Writings 2014-19 by Arun Jaitley – an authoritative account of the policies and decisions of the  BJP government from a central figure of the administration Today, on Arun Jaitley’s birthday, we are proud to announce that we’re publishing A New India by Arun...

This is an excerpt from Jerry Rao’s book The Indian Conservative: A History of Indian Right Wing Thought. Indian conservatism has received scant attention from academia and rarely gets media attention except in its most caricatured form. Its relationship to indigenous intellectual sources going back to antiquity and...

नहीं, नहीं, नहीं सेल्फी ऐसे नहीं लेते हैं, जैसे तुम ले रही हो।फोन अपने कजिन को देते हुए मैं झुंझलाते हुए बोली, ये लो और खींचो...

Love the spooky and scary? Halloween is the perfect time to indulge yourself. If you can’t go trick-or-treating, why miss out? We’ve got the perfect reads to add spice to your night! Sit back, turn the page and let spookiness take over. The Woman in the Car by Mayur Didolkar While parking her car in the...

This is an excerpt from Sagarika Ghose’s book Indira: India’s most powerful Prime Minister Death of Indira, Birth of a Legend On 31 October 1984, Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was shot dead by two of her own bodyguards, both Sikhs. The assassination sparked a bloody anti-Sikh pogrom – the 1984 Delhi anti-Sikh riots –...

जिस दिन शान्ति और अर्पणा की पहली मुलाकात हुई थी, उसी दिन शान्ति के सब्जी लाने वाले झोले की तन्नी टूट गयी थी। वह झोला काफी...

हाय हेल्लो! तुम्हारी मदद के लिए धन्यवाद। मैं बहुत खुश हूं, हालांकि मुझे इस बात पर संदेह है कि तुम्हें मेरी मदद की ज़रूरत...

Juggernaut writing platform’s editor’s pick of the week is The Girl on the Road by Shuma Rana. A well-known journalist, Shuma Raha writes columns for Business Standard, Gulf News, The Quint, etc. In The Girl on the Road, she channels her years of experience as a journalist to unveil the uncomfortable...

Juggernaut writing platform’s editor’s pick of the week is ‘Wi-fi Love’ by Vinayak Nadkarni. Vinayak Nadkarni is a new age author whose debut book Why so Twisted? was a great success in the literary circles. He has also published several other stories, including “Help Anyway” and “Crossing the...