In an interview to Anupama Krishnakumar, Amish Tripathi demystifies everything about ‘The Immortals of Meluha’ – from how the idea was born to the actual writing to how he smartly marketed his book. And there’s more too. It’s an interview you can’t afford to miss!
In an interview to Anupama Krishnakumar, Preeti Shenoy gets talking about both her books, their roaring success, her blog and of course what she is most popular for among her readers, her thoughts on life! Catch the interesting conversation here!
Want to have a good laugh and giggle a bit? Then all you got to do is to read this interview! And when you are done, you will realize that there’s a smile or a grin on your face! There’s lot of humour, a little bit of thought and tons of attitude waiting for your out there! Just go and grab it! Kartik Iyengar answers Anupama Krishnakumar’s questions in the same jolly-good feel that his first book bursts with!
Spark turns one-and-a-half, July 2011! In our journey over the last 18 months, the team at Spark has had the privilege of presenting to you columns and interviews featuring some amazing thinkers, celebrities who are frontrunners in their fields, as well as writers taking the literary world by storm. And to celebrate this special milestone, we are delighted to bring to you a compilation of these interviews and columns featured in Spark since January 2010 in ‘Sparkling Thoughts’. Sparkling Thoughts presents to you a smorgasbord of opinions on books, writing, art and topics as diverse as parenting, publishing, religion, teaching, social work, travel and cinema. Please click here to find out more about this print-on-demand book and the link to order for the same! We hope you will buy a copy and encourage us! 🙂
Weddings, marriages: magic. This July, Spark pays tribute to some of the most beautiful moments in one’s life: those when two souls join together and reinforce their commitments for a journey for life. Step in to enjoy our July issue ‘Tying the knot: Weddings and Marriages’ through the incredible tales spun, poetry woven and art captured. As always, we’d love to hear your feedback and comments on the issue either as comments on this website, or at email@example.com. Click here to view the July 2011 issue on the e-reader, ISSUU, or to download the issue as a PDF.
Spark’s July 2011 issue features a different kind of ‘Voices of the Month’ – three people, who, through their art, portray the beauty of weddings and marriages. Spark is proud to feature the works of Usha Shantharam, an artist based in Bangalore, and Oormila Vijayakrishnan Prahlad, cartoonist/painter, as well as an interview with Maniyarasan Rajendran, a photographer specializing in wedding photography.
What happens when a wife discovers a love letter that her husband had written long ago? Jeevanjyoti Chakraborty unravels the emotions and the strange truth of a marriage through a story.
Magic with charcoal – Maheswaran Sathiamoorthy presents a sketch on the joy of togetherness.
A man who always thinks that he hasn’t got what he deserved lands up having a conversation with Lady Fortuna. While he rattles on about how from childhood to marriage, he has never received the best although he deserved it, Lady Fortuna points to the culprit and the most undesirable human quality that can mar happiness – the man’s arrogance or ego. Here is a story by Yayaati Joshi.