Posts Tagged ‘Juggernaut app’

लेखन मंच पर हमारी इस हफ़्ते की लेखिका का परिचय कम शब्दों में देना मुश्किल हैं,इतना कह सकते हैं कि तनिमा तिवारी हिंदी में...

बेशक घटना होनी और अनहोनी के बीच बहस में टंगी थी, मगर दिलचस्प ज़रूर थी. भला किसी की मौत भी दिलचस्प हो सकती है? किसी की मौत...

Part 2: The Print Business Last week we presented a report on how we were doing on the app side. If I had to summarise what we said, it would be that we were laying the foundations of growth and that we were beginning to make the rules our way. This is a work-in-progress with some exciting developments, some great...

Part 1: The App Juggernaut’s app was launched in April 2016, its print list in about July/August the same year. Two years on where have we got to? In this two part series, we present our learnings for digital and for print. First up, the app. What’s a Million Downloads Worth? Earlier this year, we hit a major...

Juggernaut Books is delighted to announce a partnership with SHAREit, a one-stop content platform with around 400 million users in India Launched in April 2016, the Juggernaut Books app has over 1 million downloads across Android and iOS. In May 2017, the writer’s platform went live to offer amateur writers an...

जगरनॉट बुक्स को यह बताते हुए ख़ुशी हो रही है कि हम अपने ऐप पर हिंदी के जाने-माने लेखक भीष्म साहनी के मशहूर और पुरस्कृत...

April, the month of books has ended, and with the addition of 138 new titles in its catalog Juggernaut Books has kept its promise of enthralling its readers with exciting books. Just like every month, we bring you a summary of some of the most loved books of the month by our readers. Top Books of the month  Paid...

आज से कई वर्ष पहले जब इंटरनेट की लहर भारत में अपने पैर जमा रही थी, तब एक बड़े स्तर पर हिंदी भाषा और उसके अस्तित्व को लेकर...

March was the Juggernaut Month for Women. Here are the most-read books our readers loved on Juggernaut. The most read women authors for the month: To The Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf • The Last Smile by Swapna Sundaram • Chup: Breaking the Silence About India’s Women by Deepa Narayan • Combat Skirts by...