Friday, May 29, 2015

Infibeam launches Wrangler's New Range of Men's Clothing

Infibeam, the flourishing e-store, has inculcated the international brand Wrangler in its Lifestyle collection. The limited range of Wrangler men's apparels, which is available at up to 20% Off, is likely to expand further soon.

The leading e-commerce and e-commerce solution company, has got yet another fashion brand in its kitty. Seven-decade old American brand, Wrangler has introduced its wide range of jeans, t-shirts and casual shirts on the popular online retail store. At present, the portal offers men's clothing with a discount of up to 20%.

Wrangler's New Range of Men's Clothing

Wrangler is popular for men's denims and the comfort and style they provide. On Infibeam, Wrangler has come up with a range of new colours and shades of jeans in black and blue. The jeans are being made available in different sizes, and the price starts from Rs.1,800 to over Rs.3,500 per pair. This new range aims to caters to the niche segment.

With time, the catalogue of Wrangler on Infibeam will increase. At present, one can find cool v-neck and polo t-shirts in various solid colours and stripes. The price range of the t-shirts in different sizes varies between Rs.700 and Rs.1,700.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Gyan Prakash, The Indian Origin History Author Talks About His Newly Released Book Mumbai Fables

Indian born History professor at Princeton University, USA, Gyan Prakash is a historian of modern India whose general field of research and teaching interests concerns urban modernity, the colonial genealogies of modernity, and problems of post-colonial thought and politics. He teaches graduate students about modern South Asian history, colonialism and post-colonial theory, urban history, global history, and history of science.
Gyan Prakash Author
Author: Gyan Prakash

The historian is a B.A. (history) from Delhi University, an M.A. (history) from JNU, and a Ph.D. (history) from the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author quite a few books like Bonded Histories: Genealogies of Labor Servitude in Colonial India (1990), Another Reason: Science and the Imagination of Modern India (1999), Worlds Together: Worlds Apart: A History of the Modern World, 1300 to the Present (2002), etc.

One of his recently published books, Mumbai Fables has been made into a major Bollywood motion picture named bombay Velvet. The book is a detailed description of the history of the city and its rise as a metropolis. Here is a sneak peak into the mind of the eminent historian as he speaks on the book, his love for history, and more:

Que: Your new book Mumbai Fables explores and depicts Mumbai city and its rich history with excruciating detail. Why did you decide to make Mumbai as the centre of your next book? Why not any other city?