Twinkle Khanna is a well-known author, newspaper columnist, interior designer, film producer and a former film actress. She won the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut for her performance in the romance film Barsaat, which was followed by Jaan, Baadshah and Mela.
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I almost forgot why I fell in love with books in the first place.Stephen King brings it all back.Reading just for pleasure.A flat page holding a multitude of three dimensional creatures waiting to be unleashed. Joyous reading.The way it was and the way it should be #BookTwitter – source
Eleanor is awkward, funny, an alcoholic and clearly not fine. A great book for someone who wants to get over a reading slump. Loved it! #mustread #eleanoroliphantiscompletelyfine #TweakIt – source
This is a book that around the 30th page I had to put away because it hurt too much, a visceral pain, but I finished it in one go the next day. Eating Wasps is a beautiful, unsettling read. #EatingWasps #bookrecommendations #AnitaNair – source
How much? How many? How far? How small? Math helps to make sense of the world around us. This book is filled with stories that cleverly contain everyday math problems for parents and children to solve together. Parents will love to watch a child open up their minds and think for themselves. Children will find the stories completely relatable and fu...
A great book by Vineeta Kanoria and Lubaina Bandukwala with math problems to solve within stories. My little one loves it! #letsdothistogether – source
I ended up reading this book over the weekend and I couldn't put it down.A lyrical,compelling read #WhenIHitYou #MustRead @juggernautbooks – source
A beautifully written book @DalrympleWill trying to read it slowly because I don't want it to end :) – source
Also recommended byMira Nair
This is a book on yoga compiled with children in mind. The first part explains which yoga practices are particularly beneficial for children of different ages. It offers approaches that can be used by teachers and parents to introduce yoga to children of different age groups. It includes topics such as: better methods of education, integrating yoga...
A wonderful book on yoga for the little ones with games that encourage visualisation – source
I read this Dr Seuss book to the baby but it truly is a guide to life for grownups as well – source