Posts Tagged ‘books’

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...

At Juggernaut, we take feedback quite seriously. We believe that customer feedback is the cornerstone of every product and as we work towards producing some of the most exciting and engaging content, we must build a product that supports readers. Since the day we launched in April 2016, we have attempted to bring two...

We’re so ready for 2018! Are you?

We’re excited with our new product release and here is what you can expect from it. See more content when you open the app We have optimised the discover screens, carousel image sizes and overall layout so that you can see more when you open the app. With every scroll you see more content. It’s a fine balance...

I didn’t have many friends when I was growing up. I probably didn’t feel the need to put myself out there and build relationships other than the ones I already had. I had three elder sisters, and we were very close. Sisters (most of the time) tend to become your first close friends. But, I won’t dismiss the fact...

RailYatri, India’s  premiere long distance travel app and Juggernaut Books, a platform to discover and read high quality, affordable books have launched an exciting offering for book lovers across the country. Launched in April 2016, the Juggernaut e-books platform has close to 1 million downloads across android...

If you, or your loved ones, have a mental health-related issue, you’d know that dealing with it is a full-time task. The myths and stigma around the issue does not help. But, thankfully, there are a lot of books you can read to understand and cope with the issues. Here are our top recommendations: Keep Calm and Mommy...

It’s amusing how easily accessible smoking rooms are in the world, isn’t it? Law had made sure that when one gets an uncontrollable urge to light a cigarette, one wouldn’t have to wait for too long to enjoy the puffs in peace. Imagine if all those smoking chambers were replaced with reading rooms! It’s a...

Ever had a bad day and asked yourself what’d make you feel better? We might have a cure for you! Six people tell us what books make them smile, and why. The titles are making us look forward to updating our to-read list. Here are the best ones: If It’s Monday It Must Be Madurai: A Conducted Tour of India by...