This August will mark the publication of Samaaj, Sarkaar, Bazaar: A Citizen-First Approach by Rohini Nilekani, a leading philanthropist, journalist and writer. The book showcases Nilekani’s learnings from her civic engagement and philanthropy over three decades. She advocates that the quest for a good society begins with positioning Samaaj as the foundational sector in order to keep the state and markets accountable to the wider public interest.
Ita Mehrotra is a widely acclaimed visual artist and educator, and the author of the highly praised Shaheen Bagh: A Graphic Recollection.
Romulus Whitaker is among India’s foremost wildlife conservationists who set up the Madras Snake Park and Madras Crocodile Bank and other seminal projects.
Janaki Lenin is a film-maker, a columnist, a journalist and author of several acclaimed books. She writes extensively about wildlife and conservation.
Kersi Khambhatta is an acclaimed author and screenwriter. His new book is a dark, sprawling family saga set in the gang-riddled Bombay of the 1990s.
B.N. Goswamy is a world-renowned art historian and scholar. He has written over twenty-five highly acclaimed books on Indian art and culture.