South Asian Heritage Month runs from the 18th of July to the 17th of August each year, and we wanted to use this opportunity to shine a light on some of the wonderful novels written by our South Asian authors. 

Anupam Chattopadhyay- "Barlowganj to Ballyganj- A Journey from the Hills to Plains in Quest of Love"

This story is a romantic tale of the coming of age of Komal, a beautiful, young Indian woman and Arindam, the son of the Sanyal family. The two young lovers must find a way to unite and blend their differing cultures.

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Nirmal T. Singh- "European Supremacism and the Colonial World"

With this expertly guided tour through history, Dr. Nirmal T. Singh has crafted a compendium of drastic changes that occurred in the fortunes of nations in the last five-hundred years, delving into European imperialism and its draconian handling of its colonies throughout the world.

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Reema Anand- "The Concentrics"

A journey of rediscovery, spirituality and love.

Ira is caught in an emotionally challenging marriage, and embarks on a path of rediscovery. She meets Tzu, who becomes her companion in this journey, teaching her the ways of compassion and forgiveness.

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Siddhartha Vankar- "Love at Manipal"

In this romantic tale, Snehal takes her son to the college in Manipal she attended years before, only to run into an old flame. They have grown apart over the years, but Manipal works its magic again and invokes feelings in them of times gone by.

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Bhargav Rajagopalan- "A War of Words"

Bhargav Rajagopalan's "A War of Words" is a tender and moving collection of poetry that explores emotions and feelings through the themes of loneliness, love, coming-of-age and forgiveness.

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