Posts Tagged ‘Love stories’

It was mid-May. When the sun had decided to show all its grandeur and burn India to its full potential, unexpected rain one morning had made that evening even more beautiful and pleasant for Mumbaikars. It was then, while standing in his small balcony, that Armaan knew it was a special day for him. Mostly for three...

From the kings of the past to the celebrities of today, India has a rich history of everlasting real life love stories. Some are well known and some have been lost or forgotten in the sands of time. In her books, Kiran Manral brings to you some of India’s most intriguing true love stories. Salim and Anarkali The tragic...

We live in a time where we have thousands of stories available to read every month, both online and offline. Everyone has a story and 7 billion people in the world means just as many stories. But that said, logically, there are only 8 different types of stories to be told in this world. For me, a bestselling novel is...

“Your style of writing is too classy for the content you wrote. It was too smart for a romcom.” This is what a friend wrote to me after reading my book. I get her point. For that’s the general impression. What’s there to a love story, after all? Boy meets girl, spark/drama/conflict/tension. Love suffers, love...

We’re busy running from home to the office and then to the gym (on a good day), our only constant being the smartphone that we carry with us wherever we go. How can you squeeze in those 15 minutes of reading time? We’ve got you covered. Just download the app and get ready to read while on your way to anywhere: Reading...

Kiran Manral writes about the heartbreaking true story of Kadambari Devi, who committed suicide four months after Tagore got married.

A quick chat with Sinful Crossroads author Gaurav Tanwar about what makes love stories tick.

Update : The Top 10 shortlisted entries are out. Find out the winners here  So many stories, and so little time to read: We’re extending the last date of the contest to 5th September due to an overwhelming number of stories we’ve received. Hurry! Wanna be published? All you need is a story about first love! Romance...

A conversation with Arup Bose, publisher at Srishti Books, about why Indians love romances, and what makes a bestseller

We asked Toffee, Author of Finding Juliet, to share his favourite love stories