Juggernaut is pleased to announce that books from Konark Publishers are now available on our platform. With hard-hitting and illuminating nonfiction titles such as Emergency Retold, The Unseen Indira Gandhi: Through her Physician’s Eyes, Lal Bahadur Shastri: Past Forward and Lord Krishna in the Boardroom, Konark’s 30-year-vision has been to ‘explore newer frontiers of knowledge and stimulate intellectual curiosity’.
KPR Nair, the managing director of Konark Publishers said, “Readers are evolving rapidly in the digital age, experimenting with the kind of content they consume and where they consume it. Therefore, to meet the demands of the changing market, two significant forces in the publishing industry, Konark Publishers and Juggernaut Books, are coming together. Konark is a pioneering publishing house in the Indian publishing industry that has published over 1,500 books, including some of the most defining Indian literature in the past 25 years. Juggernaut is new, innovative and cutting edge, an enterprise looking to meet readers where they are. We at Konark are excited to be working with Juggernaut so that we can make our books accessible to our readers on every digital platform.”
Chiki Sarkar, publisher, Juggernaut Books, said, “We are delighted to have Konark Publisher’s books on Juggernaut. As a leading nonfiction publisher, their books will add to Juggernaut’s collection, and bring the best of Indian writing to readers across India. We’re very excited to work with them, and look forward to a fruitful partnership.”
Books from Konark are now available on Juggernaut.
A revelatory must-read by Kuldip Nayar, the veteran journalist who was jailed at the time, on the 18 dark months of democratic India’s history. Nayar says the true story behind Emergency is relevant more than ever as corruption is once again a catchword in the current political clime.
Escape to Nowhere
Loosely inspired by a true incident in 2004, when a senior Indian intelligence officer suspected of being a spy disappeared, Escape to Nowhere is a chilling account of how our intelligence and security establishment functions.
The Unseen Indira Gandhi: Through her Physician’s Eyes
An intimate look at Indira Gandhi by her personal physician, not from the lens of politics, but from a personal vantage point that is both moving and witty. The book provides us with a rare look at the trajectory of her development as a politician as well.