The launch of Ammachi’s Incredible Investigation is announced in this Indian Express article:

Angry Akku was one of three books donated as artefacts to the Nobel Prize Museum by Economics Laureate Esther Duflo. Here’s a brief article about the donation, in Mid-Day: (and here’s a piece in The Statesman providing further context:
Reviews and mentions of Strange Worlds! Strange Times! (Talking Cub / Speaking Tiger / 2018):
Strange Worlds! Strange Times! also finds a place in the 2020 Parag Honour List, “a curated collection of outstanding books in English and Hindi for children and young adults”. More here:

The Sunshower Song is listed among these recommendations curated by The Indian Express:
Angry Akku finds a favourable mention in this Indian Express article on breaking gender stereotypes:
Some coverage on Angry Akku being nominated for, and winning, The Hindu Young World - GoodBooks Award for Best Picture Book (Story):
The Indian Express briefly mentions my award acceptance speech, in this article on the current state of children’s literature in India:

‘The Headmaster and the Horse’, a short story I contributed to the Prankenstein anthology (published by Speaking Tiger), finds mention on Scroll:
On my participation in Clare Arni’s ‘Rowdies’ photo series:
Quoted by The Times of India, for their article on children’s books:
Quoted by The Hindu, as a jury member for the Hindu Young World - Goodbooks Awards:

Some coverage on having been shortlisted for the 2016 Commonwealth Short Story Prize –
Interview by the design publication Kyoorius:
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