New Titles of 2012

The Siyahi books that have come out this year are: 

  • As the River Flows: Tales From the Assam Valley by Ranjita Biswas (HarperCollins Publishers India)
  • Becoming Indian: The Unfinished Revolution of Culture and Identity by Pavan K. Varma (Marathi translation) (Ameya Prakashan)
  • Becoming Indian: The Unfinished Revolution of Culture and Identity by Pavan K. Varma (Tamil translation) (New Horizon Media)
  • Book of Joshua by Tanya Mendonsa (HarperCollins Publishers India)
  • Chokher Bali by Radha Chakravarty (English translation) (Random House India)
  • Colpetty People by Ashok Ferrey (Random House India)
  • Garbage Beat by Richa Lakhera (HarperCollins Publishers India)
  • I, Steve: Steve Jobs in His Own Words by George Beahm (Hindi translation) (Vani Prakashan)
  • I, Steve: Steve Jobs in His Own Words by George Beahm (Malayalam translation) (DC Books)
  • Jaal: The Web by Sangeeta Bahadur (Picador)
  • Land of the Well by Sampurna Chattarji (HarperCollins Publishers India)
  • Moda Goa: History and Style by Wendell Rodricks (HarperCollins Publishers India)
  • Lost Boy (India title – Not only the Things That Have Happened) by Mridula Koshy (HarperCollins Publishers India)
  • Posing for Posterity: Royal Indian Portraits by Pramod Kumar KG. (Roli Books)
  • Serendipity by Ashok Ferrey (Random House India)
  • Stranger to History: A Son’s Journey through Islamic Lands (Malayalam translation) by Aatish Taseer (DC Books)
  • Talespin: Stories by Sanjay Chopra (HarperCollins Publishers India)
  • The Clockwork Man by William Jablonsky (Silverfish – Westland)
  • The Good Little Ceylonese Girl by Ashok Ferrey (Random House India)
  • Who let the Dork Out by Sidin Vadukut (Penguin Books India)
  • How to Fight Islamist Terror from the Missionary Position by Tabish Khair (HarperCollins Publishers India)
  • Jawaharlal Nehru: Civilizing A Savage World by Nayantara Sahgal (Tamil translation) (New Horizon Media)
  • The Green Room by Wendell Rodricks (Rupa & Co.)
  • The Thing about Thugs (US edition) by Tabish Khair (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)
  • There is a Ghost in my PC by Payal Dhar (Scholastic)
  • Toke by Jugal Mody (HarperCollins Publishers India)
  • When Loss is Gain by Pavan K. Varma (Rupa & Co.)