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  1. Tulika Books announces its year-end sale!
    21
    Dec

    Tulika Books announces its year-end sale!

    The list of books on sale at discounts ranging from 60% to 70% is given below. Please note: The books on sale are older editions or/and from older stock, and may not be in mint condition; Only a limited number copies of the discounted books are available, and orders will be processed on a first come, first served basis The discounted sale price does not include courier/postal charges. Courier/postal charge based on weight and destination address of the parcel will be added to the discounted[...]
  2. November/December 2020: News from Tulika Books
    11
    Dec

    November/December 2020: News from Tulika Books

    Notes for an Oratorio on small things that fall (like a screw in the night) by Ari Sitas  with Kristy Stone, Greg Dor, Reza Khota An online event to celebrate the book was organised on 4 December 2020 with a programme of music, visual animation, performance and conversations, moderated by Sarah Mosoetsa. The participants included the author of the book Ari Sitas, Kristy Stone, Reza Khota, Anuradha Kapur, Deepan Sivaraman and Sumangala Damodaran. Here is a recording of the programme: [...]
  3. Book launch: "Notes for an Oratorio: on small things that fall (like a screw in the night)"
    26
    Nov

    Book launch: "Notes for an Oratorio: on small things that fall (like a screw in the night)"

    The National Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences (South Africa) and Tulika Books (India) invite you to a programme of music, visual animation, performance and conversations to celebrate the book Notes for an Oratorioon small things that fall (like a screw in the night)by Ari Sitas with Kristy Stone, Greg Dor, Reza Khota on Friday, 4 December 2020at 15:00 hrs South Africa (GMT+2) / 18:30 hrs India (GMT+5.:30) PROGRAMME• Introduction to the book by Ari Sitas• Comments on th[...]
  4. 2020: a remarkable year for Tulika Books (pandemic notwithstanding)!
    31
    Oct

    2020: a remarkable year for Tulika Books (pandemic notwithstanding)!

    In 1995, Tulika (meaning a painter’s brush or writer’s quill in Sanskrit) Books published its first book, Essays in Indian History: Towards a Marxist Perception, a collection of seminal essays by the renowned historian Professor Irfan Habib. Designer Ram Rahman on the Tulika Books logo: “Tulika is the word for brush or quill. I took the idea of a calligraphy nib and the angular mark it makes with ink. This was stylized in a graphic form and then played on with positive and negative spa[...]
  5. Announcing the launch of our e-books
    05
    Oct

    Announcing the launch of our e-books

    Tulika Books announces the launch of e-books with a first set of 4 titles Only a click away on Amazon Kindle, from 30 September 2020, are the e-editions of: The World of Ideas in Modern Marathi: Phule, Vinoba, Savarkar by G.P. Deshpande INR 170, USD 9.99 The historiography of nineteenth-century India is beset by a problem which flows from an assumption that India is one history area. It is within the grand narrative of Indian history that debates in different regions and in various lan[...]
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