A Candid Exposure To India, With Its Extraordinary Variety, This Book Is More Than A Mere Treatise Or A Travel Guide. It Is A Perceptive, Insightful, Selective And Lavishly Illustrated Collection Of Articles On India. Contributors Include Arvind N. Das, Gautam Bhatia, Khalid Mohamed, Harish Trivedi, Nergis Dalal, Rajdeep Sardesai Among Many Others.
There's the Times of India. And there is Jug Suraiya. A prolific writer. They go together, like horse and carriage. The Times of India, one of the largest-selling daily newspapers in English has been a gracious host to Jug's opinions. This collection of his writings from the column - Second Opinion- is proof of his versatility. There is humour, of course, but his tone is often one of suppressed anger elegantly released. And the range of his interests is spread over the kind of wide canvas that you rarely find in Indian journalism. Lean back and enjoy the book if you are a Jugular Regular. Discover him, if you are not.
Written by the inimitable Jug Suriya the following four books are a reader's delight. Juggling Act contains a selection of 76 columns by Jug Suraiya. Witty, satirical and hilarious, the book makes for a riveting read. Jug Suraiya- Described by Khushwant Singh as India's Art Buchwald, Jug Suraiya is best known for his satirical column 'Juglar Vein' which appears every week in the Sunday Times of India. He has written extensively on philosophical, social, literary and political themes.
Written by the inimitable Jug Suriya, also called the Art Buchwald of India, Calcutta - A City Remembered invites you to delve into the heart of Calcutta. "Anyone who has ever been there has his own version of Calcutta. All you have to do is listen to it. And I have listened to mine"-says Jug, in this moving tribute to a city he has loved.