Juggernaut presents the ultimate sale – every Friday our entire catalogue will be priced at Rs10! Here are some of our favorite titles which will feature in the sale –
The Lover Boy of Bahawalpur by Rahul Pandita
In February 2019 one of the worst terror attacks on India takes place in Pulwama in Kashmir. Forty Indian soldiers are dead. But when the NIA probes the bombing they hit one dead end after another. Who were the actual masterminds of this audacious strike? In this thrilling and deeply reported book, the award-winning author and journalist Rahul Pandita tells the story of how a team of extraordinary NIA sleuths cracks the case one jigsaw piece at a time.
2. Rebel Sultans: The Deccan from Khilji to Shivaji by Manu S Pillai
Manu S. Pillai narrates the story of the Deccan from the close of the thirteenth century to the dawn of the eighteenth. We witness the dramatic rise and fall of the Vijayanagar empire, even as we negotiate intrigues at the courts of the Bahmani kings and the Rebel Sultans who overthrew them.
3. Jahangir: An Intimate Portrait of A Great Mughal by Parvati Sharma
The fourth Mughal emperor Jahangir is most often defined by his relationships – son of Akbar, father of Shahjahan, husband of Nurjahan – though he is one of the most fascinating and undervalued rulers of India. In this compelling work of popular history, Parvati Sharma presents him for the first time as a canny ruler, a keen observer of both human society and the world of nature, and a refined aesthete with wide-ranging tastes.
4. Rekha: The Untold Story by Yasser Usman
Rekha’s sexual openness raised eyebrows and rattled people. Bollywood wasn’t ready for such an irrepressible woman, and tried to suppress her. This book tells the truth about her relationship with the reigning superstar of the time, her many other lovers, and the shocking suicide of her husband
5. The House of Jaipur: The Inside Story of India’s Most Glamorous Royal Family by John Zubrzycki
The House of Jaipur has been synonymous with exquisite maharanis, polo-playing maharajas and playboy princes, fabulous jewels and opulent palaces. But behind the glittering facades lie stories of forbidden love, forged wills and missing treasures, of lives cut short by alcoholism and of bitter family feuds over assets worth thousands of crores. Revealed for the first time are the untold stories of life behind the palace doors.
6. Good Economics for Hard Times by Abhijit Banerjee & Esther Duflo
Figuring out how to deal with today’s critical economic problems is the great challenge of our time. We have the resources to solve these problems, but lack ideas that will help us jump the wall of distrust that divides us. In this revolutionary book, winners of the Nobel Prize in Economics 2019 Abhijit V. Banerjee and Esther Duflo take on this challenge and make a persuasive case for intelligent interventions toward a society built on compassion and respect.
7. 12 Commandments of Being a Woman by Tahira Kashyap Khurana
In this funny, wise and outrageously frank book, Tahira Kashyap Khurrana talks of lying in school about getting her periods, falling in love at eighteen with her future husband, her obsession with having a triple D bra cup, going on the world’s craziest diets and accidentally getting pregnant because of a Chinese meal. And in doing so, she touches every woman’s secret heart . . .