Priya Savoor

Priya is a freelance graphic designer based in New Delhi. Here, she tries her best to live her life without falling down too often, and hopes to become extremely successful with very little effort (she is also a very unrealistically optimistic person). She enjoys writing articles and short stories, and maintains a blog that contains all her random thoughts.

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Book Review: Urban Shots (Series)

If you were to read stories about a regular day in your city, would they capture your interest long enough for you to reach the end?

Book Review: Artist, Undone

This is a book for those who enjoy glimpsing into the lives of others, watching from afar and analysing why they are the way they are.

Book Review: Hot Tea Across India

Lapse of better judgement or otherwise, Rishad Saam Mehta’s travel stories are a treat to read.

Book Review: Death in Mumbai

Written by Meenal Baghel, the book ably documents the disappearance and murder of Neeraj Grover.

Book Review: 1888 Dial India

Anuvab Pal’s book takes a long, hard look at modern Indian society through glasses coated with exaggeration, irony, and humour.

Through the Eyes of Another

Award-winning author Pallavi Aiyar speaks to us about her latest novel Chinese Whiskers and life in China.

Book Review: Highway on My Plate

A book that tempts you to ditch your sedentary lifestyle and drive around India, just to experience the country’s diverse food culture.

Film Review: Sita Sings the Blues

Sita Sings the Blues is a film that chooses to be different, using a story that is very familiar to us.

Book Review: Way to Go

Upamanyu Chatterjee’s latest novel is recommended for anyone who wants to broaden their perspective on life, and enjoy themselves in the process.