This book comes under the category of spirituality & new age. Nowadays life of human beings have become hectic and everyone is busy with arranging a better livelihood for self. There are targets for targets in the life of each human being and then we are always running behind it. Till date, nobody has reached his or her final destination beyond which nothing is left to achieve. This is because we are not certain about what exactly we want and the reason behind it is only one and that is we don’t know ourselves. Firstly we have to know ourselves and then only we would come to know what we want. Things have changed a lot and it is very difficult to devote full time in getting answers of these questions.Today’s Lifestyle demands an easiest way of finding the answer and at the same time simplest way of achieving the goal while working parallel for arranging a better livelihood. Sakshi bhav comes as the simplest way of getting the ultimate goal. In this book, the fundamentals of Sakshi bhav is deliberated and a live example is given so as to assimilate the same in life.
Siva came from a family with a political background. His father is the Prime Minister of the nation. He was very happy with his life and love. His life has changed after his father’s demise due to health issues. By the help and support from the family and his girlfriend, he started his political journey. This book is about how Siva took every step of his journey and how he faced his opponents. This book also narrates the point of views of the politicians in our society. Election doesn’t matters where selection is a priority.
A true story of a working woman who like any other working woman is an expert juggler, juggling between different roles with élan. One fine day, the safe haven she had built for herself was threatened. She was transferred to another city. This is the story of her coming to terms with the change, accepting the challenge, going to the new city alone and doing her best in her job, at the same time managing her family with a remote control and frequent visits. In all this process, she has learnt many of life’s lessons. She has grown and evolved. She has realized that there is a world outside her own family. She has found herself. This book will give the readers an insight into her psyche, her struggles, her trauma and her guilt. It will make you smile at her small victories and will break your heart when she is down. The book would also make you want to hug her and tell her, “Woman, everything will be fine”.
You must have read many love stories but you would’ve not read something like this.
“After nine years his love returned, who was deemed dead… Years of fasting kept by his eyes, he finally got her glance…”
This tale is about Meera and Armaan’s love. Meera is a Hindu girl whereas Armaan is a Muslim boy. Their love became a victim of misfortune and broke away everything. On the day of their Ring Ceremony, Meera was declared dead in a truck accident and after hearing this news Armaan landed up in a coma. Nevertheless, Armaan did not give up waiting for his Meera.
This story is full of drama, love, romance, and thrill. GO AND READ!
There are people who are born nice and sober,
But I am not one of those.
It is dreaded dark night,
I’m sitting outside my house.
Oh, sorry! It’s not my house, no, no, not at all.
We, I mean we women, are caretakers.
Not watchdogs, we are just housekeepers.
“Tapasya” too is a woman like many of us who took full care of the house, every dweller of the house. Even then, today she is thrown out of her house like garbage.
This book is not intended to be a biography of Mr.Salman Khan’s life. Though the events in his life are described to a limited extent, this book is about Radha’s journey, and Salman, as seen or thought through her perspective and opinions. ‘I, Me And Salman – 95% Fiction’ is the first volume of a two-part fictional series in Hinglish.
Radha has an imaginary Friend-in-Mind. Salman Khan. Err, yes. THE Salman Khan. THE Superstar Salman Khan. If Calvin can have an imaginary playmate Hobbes, what’s stopping Radha from having Salman Khan as her imaginary Friend-in-Mind? So what if he’s the heartthrob of millions? So what if he’s beyond her wildest reach despite living in Mumbai? So Radha leads her ordinary life, sharing her journey with her Friend-in-Mind Salman, through 20 years of a break-up bhari Zindagani. Life becomes very filmy for Radha, when she falls in love with the Friendly Neighborhood RJ. Yes, if she can have Salman Khan as her imaginary friend, she could do something equally filmy, such as falling in love with the voice of a RJ. Will Mr. RJ reciprocate? He’s reluctant, what else? But Radha has already found his favour. Unwittingly, being his favorite listener, Radha has now won a contest, and the prize is… A Date with Salman Khan. Oops! Now what?
Imperfectly Perfect is a culmination of multitude musings. The book contains short write ups and poetry conveying a message on human relationships or pure emotions.Most instances are based on real life incidents, observations or occurring, however they are my own observations and do not bear any relevance to any specific individual.The write ups have occurred over an extended time frame of five years and have been published altogether.
What if life doesn’t go as you wish? What will happen if you go with the flow and don’t take the second chance? Will life still be perfect? Natasha’s life is far from her expectations. An unhappy family life and a desire to be loved forces her to take many decisions which turned out wrong. Her inability to decide things for herself made her an engineer. Does engineering make her happy? Will she finally stand up for her and do what she likes? Will Natasha take her second chance? The Second Chance is a story of an Indian girl who realizes the importance of a right career, love, family, and freedom through her life journey.
Sanjay is an introvert, self-observer and a dreamer with an aspiration of becoming a filmmaker. His love for Jaanu can’t get any higher than his urge to realize his dream. Jaanu is adamant, quiet and studious. she too dreams of achieving heights in life. However, she believes life has no higher purpose other than accomplishing love at any cost. The day doesn’t take long to arrive when they have to choose between love and their dreams. Contrary to Jaanu, Sanjay can’t avoid a dilemma to hit his life hard. A decision curses them to drown in the infinite darkness to bring their lives to nowhere, but the dungeon of failures & sufferings. Do they have enough courage to fight back against the darkness that smeared in their lives? Will they accomplish their dreams? ‘THE CURSED COUPLE’ might not be an extraordinary story, but it’s a truly romantic love story which makes you realize that ‘love’ is life and the importance of making a qualitative decision in one’s life. To know more go and check out these awesome video trailer links below: https://youtu.be/835_CHFJCkQ https://youtu.be/qpE1tAwqjzI
Punshiba, a poor young man, is in his journey of lost love meet the love of his life Ava—a beautiful girl. However, all he had was to watch her loving somebody else. To see her sharing her future with somebody else. He thought like it is the end of the world but in reality, it was not. He can’t run away from the pain, he had to face it! But how should he handle the pain? Will it make him a better person or will make him worse? Read to find out.
The book reflects on the vices that prevail in the modern concept of love. Based on the true incidents of life, the author has tried to beware the readers about the malice that has seeped into the heart of lustful youngsters.
There are lot of enjoyments and no regrets. Old age is like childhood. A Bliss. Youth is not followed by old age. It just melts in old age. Those who wish to sing always find a song. Be it old or young.
The only disability in life is “Bad Attitude”. Whom so ever you encounter is the right person. I believe that imagination is stronger than knowledge as love is stronger than death.
Your life is a result of choice you make. Everyone needs love in universe. Whatever happened is the only thing that could have happened. So life is short. Do more what makes you happy.
This shorts stories are woven which sentiments deep down from the heart, confusions of life, mistakes and blunders and above all goodness of life.
Last novel published by the name of “DO PAL ZINDAGI KE NAAM “.
Has the darkness ever touched youwith its cold fingers that eventually left like the smoke but the numbness stays?
Has guilt or fear taken over you?
Sunerus, devoid of magic, is a town where two friends, Mabel and Sen try to unravel the mystery behind Mabel’s depression and find themselves struggling through time and death. Sen helps her friend to find her redemption and write her story.
But who is Sen? Where’d she come from? And how does she know everything and solve the intriguing puzzles which darkened Mabel’s life?
It’s time to learn that the dark is inevitable but what’s more important is to evoke and enliven hope in our hearts, and glorify the bond of friendship and empathy.
Noel is a counselor who risks his career for volunteering in an orphanage.
Nidhi is an engineering student on the surface, but deep down a broken girl in search of some unanswered questions.
Appu is a sweet little orphan, unaware of the cruelties of the world.
Despite being miles apart their stories interweave in Aashiyana—the orphanage. Their little journey together changes their lives in a way they never imagined.
One recurring nightmare, one unexpected phone call, one stolen diary, many lies and secrets, and a calling from the past are just the highlights. And when they depart, they are not the same anymore. They didn’t hurt each other; it was a game of destiny. Will they ever be able to rediscover themselves and more importantly, will their paths ever cross again?
‘Beyond Secrets’ is a novel with layers of suspense and different nuances of relationships.
And one question that can’t have just one answer: how long does it take for a scar to heal?
We have two worlds, the first is a royal world where more attention is paid to high standard living and another is indigent where covering corpse is utterly vital.
Meet Raghav Batra, the backbencher and majnu of his class. He had struggled a lot in his life. His ex-girlfriend left him or just the thought that she was his girlfriend and he was her boyfriend.
Love is the second name of pain but everyone wants to have it. True love is like elixir which is hard to find. Sometimes people spend their whole life to find true love.
Raghav was also one of those brats who want to find his true love. On the first day of college, he met Aavya Sahani. Both get attracted towards each other. She proposed to him but he refused. Later she convinced him but something else was written in his fate. A twist in their story came when his ex-girlfriend came to him.
Will Raghav find true love or will he spend his whole life without love?
In this world, everyone wants a wealthy life and a successful career. To achieve this, they do everything. One can grow easily at a place where they live and have all the comforts of life but when you go to another country, where no one is there to help, you understand the real worth of success. Only love is the solution to every problem. When you find love in such situation and get emotional support than love becomes more important than success because you cannot get love and relations after once you refuse to choose it.
Pakhi, written by Rajiv Sinha, depicts the crying soul of a girl who gets separated from her love. The book describes the condition of today’s pure heart youth who gets detached from their partners. The book not only describes the scene in front of reader’s eyes but will also touch his heart. The author very well highlights the kind feeling of young college girls. Rajiv Sinha in his book has described the present scenario of our society and has tried his best to present the cruel caste system which prevents two pure souls to become one.
The novel talks about the deep-rooted patriotism in the heart of the soldiers. It narrates the journey of a soldier and how even after sacrificing his life for his nation, he is there to protect his motherland. To know how, flip the pages and read.
For all wants to fly high in the open sky! Similar to that of a caged bird, I am trapped in a matrix of life. When outside, I feel the importance of open air but the companion I want has a dream to fly in a different sky. This little bird changed mine as well yours life forever. Do you want to know what change is it? Story which is not about life, but has life in it!
This is a story of some extraordinary people of a regular Indian market. The story revolves around the two main characters, Raghu a Hindu boy and Shabbo a Muslim girl, both young shopkeepers of the local MANGAL BAZAAR. Shabbo’s gorgeous smile meant everything to Raghu and so was his love to her. Their honesty and responsibility towards their parents imposed an unsaid love. The love that craved togetherness, was desisted by the walls of religion. The walls, which, at least in our country, has managed to stay unbroken. Such love, as witnessed by the time, has always paid a price, a steep price. The story of two inseparable hearts and their sacrifices.
How difficult it becomes for the soul to be in a raped body. The ire, the agony and the utter disgrace almost kill it. What’s left behind is a body that merely survives. “That one incident, took away my pride, my security, my virginity and my care free life..” Ananya, like any other girl, never thought it will happen to her. The world she believed in was torn apart into pieces. Rape was not the worst thing that happened to her, life had a lot more in store… She is in an unending race to find her identity back. Where will her struggle for the solace and tranquility, lead her? Will she remain a VICTIM or will she be a SURVIVOR?
Imran is a handsome yet shy guy from Delhi. Megha is amongst the prettiest of the pretty girls of the school. They fall in love and get together what you call as “dating”. But to the utmost dismay, destiny has something else planned for them. Love, the most fragile feeling is rebelling against a social stigma. Loving someone of another religion is considered as a heinous crime. What they planned, got shattered. How does it all go about? How does the destiny hit these two lovers? Will they be together? Ever or forever…?
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…
17-year-old Vanya is convinced that the last person on earth whom she would pick as a friend is Aarav – her least favorite and arrogant classmate. But you don’t get to choose your fate, do you? One moment Aarav is alive, and the next thing he knows, an accident has turned him into a half-ghost. The only person who can see him happens to be Vanya. Irritated by this messy situation, Vanya has no option other than to bear the presence of the annoying ghost of Aarav. When a girl with a complicated life and the ghost of a charming boy are thrown in together, romantic and funny moments are bound to follow. Welcome to the crazy world of Vanya and her half-dead friend.
The characters in Across Seven Seas find themselves dealing with the challenges of their emotions, needs, and desires within the tapestry of their upbringing, values and the viewpoint of those around them. She thought all white-skinned men were interested only in one-night stand relationships, though proficient yet high handed and autocratic. He considered all Indians to be intrusive, wanting to know of personal details like marital status, salary, preferences immediately after first introduction. Thinking that if he allowed the take-it-easy attitude of most Indians to prevail, he will never get the work finished and head home made him taciturn. His authoritativeness became his tool of getting work done, a dead fiancé made Anita not only live in past but also becomes bitter and an introvert. Reticence was her armor for defense. He became dictatorial and she rebellious. The novel Across Seven Seas is set in the early eighties, when computers were still a novelty in India and mobile phones were unheard of. Love was still being expressed through real roses, and not the virtual cut-and-pasted ones, as is being done these days.
“Something sinister is afoot in Rajasthan. An organized sex syndicate uses cattle hormone to ‘develop’ kidnapped young girls into women and forcing them into flesh trade.” Such headlines would make any reader shudder. So would Shadows At Dusk, as this novel exposes and bemoans horrendous acts being perpetrated on girls and women. The story unfolds the life of a middle-aged woman, masseur by profession, who relives her anguished trajectory rendering an insightful narrative that showcases not only the pain of an archetypal Indian woman, but also throws spotlight on the plight of well-heeled urban women through her close interaction with them. It becomes poignantly ironic when she deciphers such uncomfortable similarities in the lives of these women despite their privileged social and economic backgrounds. Neelmani Bhatia has penned this book for every woman who has suffered since Eve walked the planet earth, for her ability to break the conventional shackles, and hail the woman power – the power to make sacrifices, the power to abrogate her own identity, the power to make men feel powerful so that they could achieve greater heights. That is, the power of silent suffering. Though a work of fiction, it could serve as referral for sociological study! There is no pretension of subverting the cultural myths. All those who want to unravel the mystic India, see the real India and rather delve into the heart and hearth of the Indian women, who have to grapple with elephantine problems ranging from infanticide, honour killing to caste and class discrimination, would be drawn to its absorbing pages.
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?
Tushar and Sameer lived with their mother Narmada in a small town of Maharashtra. Tushar was born with the gift of scientists’ and engineers’. His dire conditions inspired him to engineer a water tank inside a flowing river, underneath a mountain, to provide drinking water for the entire village. But his love for a Brahmin girl and his search for success lead him to the crossroads of life and death. Tushar’s elder brother Sameer showcases to the world the true talent of Tushar. Big engineers from all across the world came to the small village to buyout Tushar’s project from Sameer. Sameer with the support of public becomes a national hero and decides to fight for the cause of language uniformity in the country. Sameer fights against the age-old systems and politicians to bring about a revolution. After seeing Sameer’s popularity some youth approach him with the biggest problem in this country – Reservation. Reservation was meant to be a boon for the lower castes but now it has turned into a curse for the truly talented Indian. Because at every step, right from school to jobs the lower castes have been granted the privileges while the deserving candidates are shortchanged. Sameer decides to tackle the wild and old beast of Reservation by its horn and jumps into the socio-political arena. Will Sameer march with 50 lakh Indians into the parliament to get what he always wanted? Will Sameer become the revolutionary that his brother always dreamed about? To find the answers, read Brother’s Revenge. Manoj Puthran is an Indian writer. This is his second book after ‘1983 Love Story’ which was published last year.
The story ‘Illusion of Friendship’ includes conflicts of caste between dull old-folks and the new generation. The devastation of an imaginary town called Cannapur had created poignant circumstance among the youngsters. The events developed through the conversation among the people in various festivals, in social functions, which brought this blissful environment into this fictitious story. Entrepreneurs, musical bands, businessmen of myriad handcrafted goods and some energetic youngsters improved un-inhabited areas of the village Narayanpore. It is like a picturesque story. ‘Though career is most important, but there are lot to achieve before marriage’- said a youngster. This book enquires the essence of the environment and discusses the relation between culture and lifestyle. A vivid and enduring tale, the story is an imaginative mind working at its best, which brings out less-known facts about the circumstances at its best in which we live. The fiction depicts the situation of the present world and the events of a story as a social message especially for the youngsters.
“Forget about me, erase me, and don’t even think back. Because one day when you let your mind slips, you will remember me and realize that you should have held on. I will wait till the day I can forget you or the day you realize you can’t forget me” ~unknown As earth is round, we leave the person with the thought not to meet them again but as we are in a circle of earth and finally you found that it’s the same starting place where you ended up. She was Pursuing B-Tech from Noida and was enjoying her college life. One day she got a friend request from a guy on FB. Their friendship turns into love. It was the most amazing moments of her life but after a month everything gets changed forever. Sometimes some stories are too short to elaborate A tragedy changed everything. She struggled, cried and did everything she could to bring him back but he was gone by then.. She waited for his return , nothing happened but one day…