An uneducated village girl goes on a honeymoon trip with her husband in 1983 and in an unexpected turn of events she gets separated from her husband in a far away land without any companion. Will she be able to survive and get back to her loved ones?
1983 love story is Manoj’s debut book. After completing B.com from Mangalore University, he came to Mumbai to pursue his dream of becoming a writer after initial struggle in writing film script he started writing novel and took it as his profession because it fulfilled his passion of story telling.₹199.00Add to cart
Avantika is an average young techie with the conventional dreams – to be cool and successful. She chooses an incredible method to up her popularity and create an illusion of acclaim: Facebook. From little lies to daring deceptions, the distortions escalate as do the Likes and Comments. Throw in a scrutinizing boss, a volte-face arch rival, meddling relatives and parting friends to the mix and the pressure intensifies. As the fine line between real and virtual blur, her past fabrications close in on Avantika. Can she keep up or lose it all? Do her Facebook frolics triumph or backfire?₹349.00Add to cart
This book is written by a young writer narrating her own experiences of life, her struggle trials & tribulations. This gives a ring side view of challenges faced by the present generation in the most important phases of their life and puts their viewpoint in proper perspective. The options are galore, and so are the expectations from everybody. It becomes difficult to decide which is heavier – the burden of expectations or the mound of tasks to be completed. The writer finally finds a way out of the maze of possible options and makes a satisfying career for herself. The story is real and honest first hand experience of a young girl written with a no holds barred attitude.
” The story is coming straight from the heart of the writer; meant to go straight to the heart of the reader.”
A must read for the young generation and their parents who can visualize their own struggle in the story……
This book ‘A brief note on Harappan civilization throws light on all aspects of
Harappan cultures.It tells that Harappans were literate but their script is still not
deciphered.They were fond of decorating themselves and enjoyed each and every
moment.They played different types of game.People lived in cities in houses built
with burnt bricks.Wheat,barley,rice,milk and dates were important items of food of
Harappan.The household utensils were made of clay,stone,copper and bronze.Iron
was unknown to them.Harappan were well acquainted with the manufacture and
use of bronze.They used weights and measures for trade.The cult of Mother
Goddess was very popular among the Harappans.The cult of Shiva was prevalent
among the Harappans.Although nearly 1000 Harappan sites are discovered,only six
can be regarded as cities.Harappa and Mohenjodaro were two most important
sites.The literal meaning of Mohenjodaro in Sindhi language is ‘Mound of the dead’.
Kalibangan a Harappan site meaning ’bangles of black colour’. Harappan used
precious stones for making seals.The fine engraving on seals and the beautiful
ornaments show that the Harappan had some amount of artistic sense.The discovery
of granaries and urban life style of the people proves that the Harappan people were
prosperous.The Harappan first produced cotton.The Greek called it Sindon,which is
derived from Sindh.Harappan people were mostly peasants and thus the Harappan
civilization was an agro commercial civilization.They domesticated different kinds of
animal.Harappan cities were developed in block pattern(chess board pattern).Most
important feature of town planning of Harappan was its drainage system.Sir John
Marshall played very important role in the discovery of Harappan sites. Around 1400
BC the Harappan sites were completely disappeared.₹125.00Add to cart
The four McAlisters must shift all the way across the country from Chicago (USA) to a creepy old house, which was once owned by a creepy-old- man who had only one leg and hand. He had made a secret room in the basement to hide a painting which was worth 88 million dollars. Some burglars try to steal this painting from the house on a Sunday, as the house would be empty, but Phil and Angelina stay at home that day and find the secret room. But Angelina gets stuck in the room without Phil’s knowledge. How will Phil save the house, Angelina and the painting from the burglars? What is that Christmas miracle that helps Phil defeat the burglars, or will he? Find the answers by reading ‘A Christmas Miracle’!
A Haiku is like a momentary glint over a sapphire or glow from the most precious diamond of the world. It is a state of mind reflected through least possible syllables to share a unique experience with another mind. Simplicity, word aesthetics and deep spiritual pursuit are characters of a good haiku. Most importantly a successful haiku leaves behind a trail of imagery and feelings. It ends yet it ceases to end. That may be the reason why this poetic form is used most commonly and justifiably for poetry therapy. In this book Sumit shared sixty haikus written in classical Five- Seven- Five syllable form. Alliteration, wordplay, rhyming and use of imagery all are experimented in this small anthology keeping the sanctity of the traditional approach.₹200.00Add to cart