• 0 Items - 0.00
    • No products in the cart.
  • 0 Items - 0.00
    • No products in the cart.




Ambuj, the third part of the Guardians of The Blue Lotus Trilogy, pays homage to India’s magnificent mythological heritage and takes the reader on a journey into the heart of human passions.

Creating Blissful Homes: Simple approaches towards everlasting happiness


Indian print edition also available on: Amazon India 
International print edition available on: Amazon USA | Amazon UK
eBook edition available on: India | International


Tarun Samant combines his professional and personal wisdom for Creating Blissful Homes in this remarkable book. After all, asserts the author, who doesn’t want to achieve happiness, blissfulness, joy … particularly in their personal and family lives.


Tarun has narrated a simple step-by-step guide to create an environment of happiness among all family members through mutual respect, bonding, support, affection, and by modifying one’s expectations. Being a professional himself, he blends a number of relevant professional philosophies with similar concerns on the home front.

Dogboy v Catfish


Indian print edition also available on: Amazon India
International print edition available on: Amazon USA | Amazon UK
eBook edition available on: Amazon Kindle


On the day of her second wedding, Katherine Fisher, aka ‘Catfish,’ set the date for her divorce. In precisely 18 months, she would be entitled to half of their combined assets and receive maintenance payments until her five-year-old daughter, Emma, turns 18. Just as Catfish was about to take her husband, Lindsay ‘Dogboy’ Kramer (a successful businessman and dog whisperer) to the cleaners, he goes missing.


Catfish is in a race against time to get hold of Dogboy’s assets before the police get hold of her. One question remains – is Dogboy dead or alive?

Down The Road


Print book available on: Amazon India | Flipkart | Amazon US | Amazon UK |
eBook available on: Amazon Kindle | iBooks |


In the novel Down the Road Nonda Chatterjee recreates in vivid detail the values, morals and daily life of a class that was blindsided by the events of 1947. The anglicized Indian elite that served the British Raj as bureaucrats, lawyers, and career professionals faced a severe identity crisis after independence when their cosmopolitanism became suspect.

1 2 4