Fiction with a new kind of hero
This daughter of Indian immigrants writes young adult fiction with a new kind of hero. She publishes independently to get her message to teen readers. Learn More
Seller success
Amazon India empowers small and medium-sized businesses to reach millions of customers with a number of programmes that help boost their revenue, reach and productivity. By telling stories from a wide range of perspectives, we tell the larger story of who Amazon is and how Amazon's core business practices contribute to a better India.

A 14-year wait to success

How Kindle Direct Publishing fulfilled the long chreished dream of Sundari Venkatraman of becoming an author

An app that helped "weave" a successful Pochampally story

By embracing technology, these weavers in Pochampally help a traditional weave survive

'Good writing is a result of writing as well as a lot of reading'

'Pen to publish' winner J Alchem speaks on his passion for writing, his day job as an MBA and a soon to be released film on a story he's penned

Amazon Saheli: Empowering women entrepreneurship

The dedicated online storefront – The Saheli Store – features traditionally and innovatively handcrafted office products, shoes & handbags, clothing & accessories, jewellery, home & kitchen, luggage & bags and home décor artefacts locally created by women entrepreneurs across the country.

'I've always enjoyed creative assignments and playing with words'

Sudha Nair recently won Amazon’s inaugural Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) Pen To Publish contest, jointly with author J. Alchem. She was awarded for her romance drama, The Wedding Tamasha, at the Jaipur Literary Festival held in January 2018. Her self-published book was judged on several criteria, including creativity, originality, quality of writing and commercial viability.

Toys of laughter and learning

Toys that are diverse as chalk and cheese but brought together by sellers through the Amazon Launchpad program. This Children's Day we speak to toy makers about their love for toys and why they do what they do.