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This treasury of poems is the outcome of the poet’s more than 25 years of teaching experience. It contains thought-provoking messages coming directly from the depths of the poet’s heart and also from real-life situations. The book is an ideal collection of poetry and quotes about love, laughter, pain, faith, honour, pride, patriotism, discipline, relations, friendship, morality, quest, sacrifice, self- analysis, empowerment, etc. The carefully chosen words and expressions would nurture the minds and souls of enthusiastic readers. There are 33 poems catering to the needs of students as well as grown-ups to lighten their moods and win their hearts forever.
The book “Aaina Ke Piche ka sach” witness the undirectional and meaningless development occurring in our society.
We the public of a country pays a less attention towards the endless destroying conditions of our society and political sector. Our political sector and society represents a mirror whose backside had not been paid attention from a very long time and dust, creepy insects and rust is now a part of it.
This book also contains a great spiritual poems, which leads us to containment.
News today is sensational, fast and often fake — attributes Suresh has been taught and trained to avoid. But there is a fourth attribute to news that journalists don’t wear on their sleeves. It defies all stereotypical notions associated with the profession. Emotion, it is. Newsmen are reckoned to be detached and untouched. Almost Zen-like. They are the ones who can cover a gruesome tragedy and then head straight out to have a hearty meal. On many levels, the intrepid journalist is not much different from a beat cop: Both encounter the worst of mankind. Both are exposed to the scum of the world. Both put on a brave face, admirably reticent to tragedies and comedies. But beneath the façade, there is a beating heart — one that pines for that little girl who was raped and murdered; one that sobs for that beautiful woman whose husband was murdered by her own father; and one that prays for the safety of those twelve hapless boys trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand. Write Feelings is all about this. It brings out the emotion that Suresh had bottled up during four decades of his journalistic existence. These are words that the heart refuses to say out loud but gush out in the comfort of solitude. A cathartic release.
This book of Therapeutical Concepts in Yoga deals with Yogic Therapy, the principles on which they are based, and the scientific background of the same. The therapy can have real practical value, provided its principles are not mixed up with those of some other therapy. Even in some of the modern schools of Yoga, one finds a strong tendency and temptation to mix these up, either perhaps with an innocent view to obtain sanction or to add ‘elegance’ to demonstrations. Medical men, on the other hand, are prone to look upon the system as some form of special ‘exercises’ therapy. The Yogic therapeutical procedures do contain some exercises, but it is to be noted that the physiology of ordinary dynamic and violent exercises cannot be applied to them. Yogic therapy, however, does not consist of mere exercise; it is a composite treatment procedure which pays attention to all aspects of human personality. We, in our Health Centres, attempt to hit at a fair combination of both, and have found that such a procedure expedites results. Patanjali Yoga demands more or less an individual approach. With Hatha Yoga exercises, once the tensions are broken, it is easy to bring out the deep-seated repressions of patients and deal with them appropriately.
It has been written with the purpose of instructing its readers on solving personal problems and bringing about a change for the better in the lives of the readers and the people around them. The writer’s core motive is to increase self-awareness and performance, and creating satisfaction in one’s life.
This book gives almost a detailed description about my childhood life in Sri Lanka and the rest of the life in India later. The sufferings I had encountered in Sri Lanka and in India have been highlighted in this book. My struggle to study in childhood as described in the book in detail will draw the attention of the readers. It also speaks about the relationships in my family and also with my friends in Sri Lanka and in India. I indulged in lot of fun especially during childhood which also have been incorporated in this book. As I was born to a most economically backward family, I did not get the education in right time. Even then how I surpassed these hurdles have been mentioned here. My elder brother played the prime mover role to put me in regular school belatedly. I got admission in class 1 when my age was 10. If my brother would not have convinced my father, my education would have been doomed. I tried my level best to explain my naughty and funny activities, while residing in Sri Lanka. Once we had to face a man-made food crisis in Sri Lanka in 70’s. How we suffered and came out of it has been described elaborately. In which spirit we celebrated the festivals in Lanka has been briefed to the taste of the readers. The final journey of us from Lanka to India has been illustrated in this book. While landing in India how we felt about the Mother Land and how we lead the life in the new habitat is described. Unfortunately, I lost my mother, just after six months of our migration to India. My education, employment career and unrest in family life have been described fully.
The book has been written in informal, interactive style by large number of diagrams and graphs. This book has been designed to make the learning of physics as easy as possible, keeping the view in the requirement for competitive exams. Some of the distinguished features of the book are: 1. The book can be used as textbook competitive book. 2. The book contains short and simple definition of all the terms. 3. The book contains many diagrams. They are neat and well-labelled and can easily be redrawn by the students. 4. The book contains many graphs that help in understanding the concepts in depth. 5. The book contains all concepts in full depth with short and simple derivations. 6. The book introduces the arrow concept which helps in variation of one quantity with the others. These short and sharp techniques help in solving problems. 7. Refine your concept box contains- • Large number of theory questions, topic wise, which helps in building the concept. • True and false on each topic to ensure the concept understanding. • Ample number of numerical problems of different variety. • Multiple choice questions are given topic wise to ensure success for the competitive exams. 8. The book contains subjective questions exercise that covers most of the board exam questions and numerical. 9. The book contains additional MCQ Exercise that will enable students to develop the aptitude of attacking and attempting new or modified questions themselves by applying the basic principle of physics logically. 10. The end chapter contains the MCQ that hit the previous years of various exam like NTSE (includes most of all the states), OLYMPIAD, and put the foundation of future competitive exam like NEET and IIT-JEE.
Dheer Kothari is a communications professional with over three decades of experience in journalism and public relations. The Telegraph newspaper was a perfect launching pad where he honed his editing skills. He got his major break in The Financial Express in 1995 as a Special Correspondent. He has to his credit several path-breaking business and marketing stories. A poet at heart, this is his maiden attempt at poetry. It is a collection of haiku and limericks. On the anvil is another book on journalism, which has life lessons for the millennial generation.
Ashley Smith started investigating a high profile murder and found himself entangled in a series of murder. The murderers were very smart and challenged him with hidden clues. The murder investigation takes Ashley through various countries and multiple gangs who would stop at nothing to achieve their goal. Will Ashley be able to catch the killer or will they outwit him? Who was this Wolf and can Ashley unmask him?
The aim of this book is to spread knowledge of our Ancestors. They are great but now a days we know nothing about themselves. Our future generation will not know anything more about them. In this book, I have made a subtle attempt to know the life of those great ancestors and their impact on our social economic and political structure. Starting from a prayer to Lord Shiva I tried to touch all prominent Sage of Hindu, Jian, Boddh and Sikh Dharma in Indian Subcontinent during historic and prehistoric time. At last I tried prove that our polytheism is a better approach than other. This is an evolving approach. With description of Sages I had tried to explain social, economical and political structure of that ages.
The present collection of Ghazals has revealed the culture of our social, political and judicial system and the pain beared by emotional citizen. These Ghazals cover a wide spectrum from religious epics to social and political anomalies of day-to-day life and have also depicted the expectations of people belonging to all categories of life.
“Oh God, it’s high time you do something about it. It’s not 1864 that he will court you for months and months without actually doing anything about it,” Piya said exasperatedly. “Well, I like this, the courtship thing,” Nikita said avoiding Piya’s stern look. “This isn’t a fairytale,” Piya said. Nikita always believed in fairytales and romance, like it’s depicted in books. But then reality set in and she faced ups and downs making her belief in fairytales fade away. Will she ever believe in fairytales again? Does her prince charming actually exist? Will she find her true love in the face of this reality? Or will she settle for an arranged marriage and forget it all?
This book tells about the sacred game of life itself & the cosmic primal forces who are playing this game. In this book, author’s motive for the fellow wizards is to make them understand, that the greatest wizard is Anaadi itself, the great architect of the cosmos and all realms and beyond. We are all wizards of that great Anaadi, the only need is to connect deep in meditation & prayer. As a wizard his motive is to tell the world that we aren’t mere puppets in the hands of higher forces or so called angels or demons. We are here to be the wizards our self and to make our own fate. However, great patience & courage is required in the long voyage of a wizard. The motive of this book in short would be that, there is nothing between you & the universe. Nothing between you & Anaadi. No mediators, no masters, no so called high priests. Just your naked soul and the supreme
You might have come across at least one girl in school who immediately caught your eye because of how ‘odd’ she was. She was isolated from the others, didn’t talk much, and showed ‘twisted’, contrasting behaviour, sometimes. Almost everyone took immense pride in wounding her for no apparent reason. She was the ‘Class Freak’. You might have wondered what went on in her head, if she really was ‘complex’, if she really perceived the world ‘differently’ and, most importantly, why you, despite being the nicest person on planet Earth, couldn’t be ‘civ’ to her. This book attempts to answer some of the above-mentioned questions and gives you a chance to compare and contrast your views on life, love and society with hers.
“Way To Ultimate Bliss” is the English version of the Hindi book “,d vuqHkwfr ijekuUn dh” (EK ANUBHOOTI PARAMAANAND KEE) with some additions. It is an experimental book on spirituality. It will make us find out some truths and help in the brainstorming of complicated questions to achieve ultimate bliss. God is almighty, then how He would make useless things or allow anyone to make unnecessary things. This universe is flawless. If it is surviving, then it means that there is no any error or flaw in this universe. Nothing is wrong, and nothing is right. So, lust, anger, greed, hostility, sin, etc. are not useless things. Then why to mourn or repent, why love or hate, why feel sorrow or happiness? Why not – only Ultimate Bliss!!!!. This book also helps us to assimilate that if we analyze the situation in totality, then we will neither praise nor complain about anyone or anything. It will rectify our past along with the present and future. This book would be very relevant to get ultimate peace in worldly life.
All religions are respected and all preach the same values around humanity and goodness; none is superior to another. The lost footprints tells the story of a young UK-born Sikh girl who falls in love with a Pakistani boy. The boy takes her to Pakistan with a promise to marry her there and stay within his community and then return to UK as they both are UK-born. The boy is then introduced with a local girl there in Pakistan by his family. That girl comes from a rich and related Pakistani family, and her beauty appeals to the boy. He falls for her. He changes his mind. He then plays foul with his girlfriend from UK and gets her arrested for drug trafficking. The girl undergoes a lot of trauma and abuse in the jail, and is finally forced into high-profile prostitution where she suffers, still facing the adversities for 9 months. A good-hearted man from Pakistan comes to rescue her from that miserable life and gets her back to UK. That is why we believe that religions are all good but the followers or community persons may be good or bad.
As the saying goes, people living in Punjab undergo daily challenges each day. A mix of happiness and sorrows is what a life takes with it. This novel talks about scenario before the Indo-Pak separation and then the painful relocation of people across the border. People and life started settling down and then when things started getting a little better, Punjab got hit by the Nirankari kaand in Amritsar in the year 1978, which again disrupted peace in Punjab. It took a long time for Punjab to restore normalcy. Little did Punjab get respite that 1984 witnessed operation Blue Star which hurt the very soul of Punjab and Punjabis across the world. The rage and turmoil destroyed Punjab and killed many innocents. Humanity cried, old eyes got tired and despaired; many people migrated to Delhi in a hope of a new life and as an escape to finally become victim of riots following the assassination of the then Prime Minister. The pain and sufferings by the people of Punjab right from the days of partition till their pursuit of settlement has been expressed by the writer in this novel.
This novel talks about the wounds and trauma suffered by the people of Punjab from 1984 to 1995. Many a innocent people were killed by either militants or by police under fake encounters. The author, Sh. Shivcharan Jaggi Kussa ji, took 1 year 9 months to write his narrations of self witnessed events which are so bold and vivid that nobody dared to publish it first. Finally, it got published in the year 1999 and was one of its own kind in the history of Punjabi literature, which made Shivcharan Kussa famous overnight. Nobody dared to write on such religiously and politically sensitive matters. Once published, it got placed in all the leading newspapers worldwide as a series. 19 editions have been published by now. The writer hopes and prays for peace everywhere.
Rhymes and stories are a great way to express and an even greater way to learn. Sometimes precise and sometimes left to individual interpretation, words have a magic of their own. In this book, we offer a compilation of a few works of Rishika Kasliwal, including some charming poems and some short stories to make a light read for your young ones while offering small hidden messages for happy living.
” loot ki daulat ” is a thriller family drama novel.Its a healthy entertainment for all age groups,full of emotions. It’s a story that will make you smile, make you laugh, make you sad,make you cry, but finally make every reader feel happy with a deep breath.
There is a story behind every face. Every face in the crowd has a different story. This book may change your way of thinking and thereby your life only. It reveals many stories; one of them may even be yours. Are you ready to change your children’s life? Do you think their story should be different from yours? Is love marriage an offence? Train time is my time. Please take care of your family’s emotional world. What can we learn in Mumbai’s local trains? It is a source of national integrity.
The novel “The Sound of the Wind” deals with the fate of two Jewish siblings Maria and Paolo, who were abandoned by their mother. This true story happened in 1940 in a small village in the province of Palermo / Sicily. It is the story of a mother who abandons her own children for her dream of a better life. She chose this cruel act at a time that was unbelievably horrible and cruel. Soon after the twelve-year-old sweet girl gets captured by an old hunter and he tries to violate her. Both children experience one agony after another, until they learn from a Carabinieri that their father was brutally murdered in prison. The mother goes insane when she sees with her own eyes how her new lover constantly cheats on her with his ex-girlfriend. Filled with deep hatred and anger, she sees no other way out and tragedy takes its course… It’s a real-life story, with intrigue, murders and strokes of fate that entraps the reader from the first page till the very last. As a bonus, the author has also included 6 wonderful poems that will resonate deeply with the readers.
Many books have been written on the official language Hindi, but this book is different in many ways. The book, inter alia, explains in simple way the rules, regulations and provisions of the Official Language Hindi, mentions status of Hindi in today's Internet era and how a non-Hindi person can easily learn Hindi and do the work in it with the help of modern tools, contains some words and phrases/notings generally used in day today official work. It has as much information as is necessary; erudition is not the goal of the book. The great feature of the book is that it is written in diglot style, i.e. the content on one side of the page is in Hindi, the same is in English on the other side. The book is for those who love and respect Hindi.
‘Do Drama” is a collection of two short plays on the socio-political behavior of the society.
First is ‘Thade Duare Nanga’. It is a play on the short story “The Emperor’s New Clothes” written by Swedish writer Hans Christian Anderson. It is the story of a cruel and foolish emperor, who pays a lot of money to the weaver for some new magic clothes. Clothes are invisible to those who are stupid. The clothes don’t really exist. When the emperor parades in public in his new clothes, no one dares to say that he has not worn any clothes, because he fears they will look stupid. Finally, his public cry , “But he has worn nothing!”
The second play “Ek Samvedansheel Mamla” is a painful story of the Dalits of India. In Indian society, there is often a news of the Dalit groom not being allowed to take the marriage procession on horse riding. People of upper caste , humiliated and tortured … Sometimes a Dalit groom has to pay the price of climbing a mare with his own life. Politics and police support the superiors. The long-standing judicial process also does not give them justice.
The writer knows a wonderful writing process that lets him keep writing poems and stories since childhood. This book is a unique and supernatural presentation keeping in mind Modiji and Indian politics for the readers, which the readers will not only be thrilled by reading but will also be curious to know as to what the author will be presenting in his forthcoming articles.
Myra Neyman is a psychologically ill patient with a dream of becoming an author of a bestseller. Her family is absolutely unaware of her hidden talent, that is also the cause of her hallucinations. Paradox happens together. The writer finds a platform for herself to achieve her dream, contradicting the doctors who warn the parents against the ill effects that the fantasy world would have on her. She is torn between choosing her family and chasing her dream. This is the journey of how Myra does wrong to prove all wrongs wrong. Even as a successful writer, she is unable to stay happy. Then what else was her dream, she questions herself. By taking a reverse odyssey, she realizes the unexpected. Read this psychological thriller to find out what actually was her dream with a hidden moral!
Rims is a lovely girl but weak in academics. In school, she is the girl most punished by her teachers for her poor performance. One thing she loves the most is listening to stories. After her grandmother’s death, there was no one left to read stories to her. One day, when she goes to pluck lilies, she finds a wondrous and supernatural lamp which she brings home. Her mother gets suspicious of it and throws it away. But the magic lamp flew back to Rims every night to tell her fascination stories. The night time tales include a story of a heavenly forest and its animals which peacefully lived together and how these peaceful animals take revenge from the villagers for being hunted and killed mercilessly.The tales also include the story of Rinchi, a very dark complexioned girl, who was teased by all except her parents and went to live in a forest with wild animals and came back to help and cure the children when an epidemic spread in the village. And the story of a battle between the ants and the rabbits and squirrels, where the rabbits and squirrels got defeated by ants due to their ego.
The book is a melodious tale of a love story of Udayan and Vasavdatta in English. It is the retelling of the ancient Sanskrit drama ’Swapna Vasavdatta’ by Sanskrit dramatist Shri Bhas. It glorifies the sacrifices of Vasavdatta for her country and her love.
Shri Vijay deserves all thanks for this novel presentation of a Sanskrit drama in a way that give him ample scope to show his poetic caliber and genius.
MYSTIC MISTS is all about treading on a path of self-revealing journey wading through the daily struggles of life. She enticingly takes you around altruistic countryside, up the life stairs, into the night with chirping stars, acquaints you with talking solitude, soaks you in eternal spring of happiness, sets fervent rendezvous with your soul revealing hidden truths and unfolding the closed petals of the eternal flower of abundance within.
It is all about realizing the love that you are and how much you can give rather than you seek.
Well, it calls for –
“SEARCH WITHIN YOU. THE ANSWERS ARE WITHIN.”
Since ancient times,the main purpose of human life is to bring
happiness .Whether he belongs to any caste,community, religion and
lives in any corner of the world. It is his desire that he would live
his life happily.The main purpose this race and high ambition of life
is a happy life.He even thinks that even after my death , my family
will continue enjoy of happy life.But often, it does not happen.For
this man has to change his thoughts and life style.The book sheds
light on this subject.