In the realm of contemporary literature, there exists a treasure trove of novels that transcend the ordinary, touching the deepest corners of the human soul. One such gem is Kitchen by Banana Yoshimoto. Originally published in 1988, this novella has captivated readers around the world with its lyrical prose, emotional depth, and exploration of the profound connection between food, grief, and the human spirit.
A man having two wives and yet both choosing to live amicably together? It sounds a bit complex, doesn’t it? Well, let me take you through a story that has been around forever, has such a scenario, and yet has formed a place in our hearts. Didi by Nirupama Devi, translated by Alo Shome
What if I told you that I know of a family that, even though not the richest, is blessed with contentment beyond a limit? That’s right-the March family! Presenting the story of a lifetime-Little Women, Louisa May Alcott’s classic fiction—in our words
Do you like reading classics? What about short stories? What if I tell you that there is something that is a combination of these 2? Well, let me recommend to you all this soul-stirring anthology of classic short stories translated into English Timeless Tales in Translation: A Representative Anthology of Bengali and Hindi Short Stories by Chaitali Sengupta by Chaitali Sengupta