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“Adyakshar” is a bouquet of Hindi poems with “unrequited love” as the primary theme. Poems in this book not only attempt to portray love through metaphors but also paint a blend of emotions a lover goes through in the journey of unanswered love. Everyone goes through such emotions, and if the readers can relate themselves to these poems then this humble attempt, “Adyakshar”, will consider itself rewarded.
What happens when you, unexpectedly, come across with the one who used to be your passionate love in the past, a past that was the most memorable part of your life, a past that you thought would always bring happiness and blisses in your life. But life never works the way you want, right? Destiny works in ways you can’t imagine. Unique are its ways and means of separating and reuniting human beings, especially the ‘love birds’. Just when Aniket thought his and Nkita’s story ended, life brought them together again. And along with that came those sweet feelings and memories, never to be broken promises, that time which they thought would stay the way they wanted and the cherished moments in which they wanted to live together forever.After almost 6 years, life brings them together again when both of them find themselves at the crossroads. Will they be able to rewrite their story differently this time or end up drifting apart just like before? A turbulent love is an astounding tale of love, heartbreaks, dreams, sacrifices, loss & second chances.
Making friends and keeping friendship forever is particularly hard. But, what if it is prophesized that the friends will meet? What if it is destined that the friends will never leave each other even if the whole world is against them? Amy always thought that she was a normal girl with a normal life, living in a normal world. But really, who was she kidding? Nothing about her was normal. Neither her sparkling mischievous violet eyes nor her messy jet black hairs are normal. On the eve of her twelfth birthday, Amy, along with her sisters and mother went to a place that proved that this world was beyond actually what it seemed like. All secrets come out and the little normality left in her life, too, breaks loose. Will she find her friends or stay alone like an outcast? Was that prophecy true? What if it was wrong? Join Amy Millicent, Katie Alford, Cedric Aspen, Yamini Srivastava, and Holly Yvonn on their magical journey as they discover their friends and foes. Will they stay together or break apart like some loose strings of thread? Will they grow stronger or become weak as a twig? Find the story of five gems. However and whatever it seems like, in the end, the world is made up of jewels.A story of friends from different countries, their magical bonding and togetherness, struggle and fondness, mystery and fun, aspiration, inspiration and perspiration.
the book Objective of the study is to understand the implication of impact and change of karma. It creates a transformation effect among peoples. A person having knowledge of karma philosophy can efficiently manage its action and their effect. Spirituality help in understanding karma philosophy properly .karma is modified by the conditions under which the actions are performed. In other words, a wholesome or unwholesome action may be more or less strong depending upon the conditions under which it is done. The conditions which determine the weight or strength of karma may be divided into those which refer to the subject the doer of the action and those which refer to the object the being to whom the action is done. So the conditions that determine the weight of karma apply to the subject and object of the action. Specifically, if we take the example of killing, in order for the act of killing to have its complete and unmitigated power, five conditions must be present-a living being, the awareness of the existence of a living being, the intention to kill the living being, the effort or action of killing the living being, and the consequent death of the living being. Here too, we can see the subjective and the objective conditions. The subjective conditions are the awareness of the living being, the intention to kill and the action of killing. The objective conditions are the presence of the living being and the consequent death of the living being.
“As the era is changing people are looking the Qur’an through different lenses such the lens of poetry, literature, administration, science etc. Many scholars have worked a lot on the many aspects of the Qur’an. But in this book, it is discussed about the literary beauty,precision and its eloquence which Allah has used in the form of word, speech, sentence structure, its interconnections between different surahs and overall structure of the Qur’an All the discussions in this book are presented in the light of the Qur’anic ayaat and readers are encouraged to learn Allah’s speech and appreciate all of them. As the daily life of the ummah is so busy that we hardly get chance to read the Quran. Even if we read, we could not understand it. Even if we understand we can’t ponder over it. This book dive deep into the linguistic perspective of the Qur’an. It drives,inspires and triggers the readers to focus more and more on in-depth meanings in coherence with subtilities of the noble Qur’an.It also helps the reader to explore and reconnect with the Allah’s miraculous revelation of the Quran which is endowed on us as mercy.
Gulab , young woman a popular singer in the village, leaves her naive husband for being with a man who \ works in the city . He supported her to display her talent to urban audience. Her demand for performance grew tremendously. Then why she lleft all this again for having it all ?
Late Dr. Moti Singh, a renowned scientist and educationist, retired from thelegendary Chandra Shekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology,Kanpur. Dr. Singh, himself comes from society of Lunia Chauhans and as the title of the book states that there are so many unresolved questions about the Lunia Chauhans the descendants of Shakambhari Chauhans and the magnificent history of Lunia Chauhan has sunk somewhere in the depth of these unresolved questions.This book is supported by authentic proofs, is just an attempt to bring the glorious history of Lunia Chauhans from the depths of oblivion to the reality ground and to restore the lost identity of Lunia Chauhans.
The book, the “He” who is (not) Mine, follows Yazhini and her old school journal. As she flipped the pages of the journal, she went back to her school memories about Iniyan. Her curiosity pushed her to search for him on Facebook. When she finally talked to Iniyan, the journal was filled with every word they conversed. As years passed, neither of them expected the sudden twist in their friendship.
The book titled “Musings-Diary of a Teacher” is an anthology of the best selected stories and incidents from the author’s diary. It includes events and incidents that have shaped him as a teacher and human being through the numerable poignant encounters with the innumerable students he had come across. It includes snippets of some astute observations as a pedagogue, the extraordinary tales of students battling and conquering adversities and blossoming into accomplished individuals. It describes vividly a rich tapestry of the colourful ever enthused world of children through the eyes of a teacher. It annals the poignant emotions of parents and students conquering hardships through hope. It tries to capture the heart-melting gratitude and love of the students have for their teachers. It is an attempt to bring integration of the emotions and attitude of students,teachers and parents. Moreover it is a guidebook to the quintessential aspiring teacher. It is written in a simple language that can be understood and enjoyed by all age groups and be left with a warmth in the heart and a smile at the end of each story.
Can words be invested with the power to touch lives and transform lives? Can poems be gifted to the ones you love and treasure? Have you ever wanted to open a book to your slice of the Universe’s message or have wanted to place a bookmark on a special set of words and share it with the one you think who needs it the most? SoulSongs is one such book. Born from life experiences, deep introspection and divine guidance, this book will take you on a journey into yourself and help you see life in multicoloured perspectives. The verses and poetic prose are arranged in sections – from pieces on the dark and the lost to divine messages, Transformation and Love and it covers the spectrum of what life has to offer. A book to pick up, open a page and immerse your soul in words. A book for your bag, your bedside and your beliefs, SoulSongs will not fail to impact. Let these songs strum your Soul…
Sharmee Divan has created a beautiful easy-2-follow reference book about the Angelic realm. She brings a fresh perspective by including the aspects of eastern spirituality. This book is an ideal introduction for the beginner but is a great reminder for the more advanced practitioners as well. Fortunately for us, Sharmee Divan took her curiosity seriously and brought a book that introduced her to angels. Thus began a journey with the divine that would challenge Sharmee and birth her dreams nearly a dozen years later, we are the beneficiaries of Sharmee’s willingness to organize and share her findings and inspires us. Her story leaves us amazed and smiling. She is a wonderful light-hearted writer.
“Fidaeen” is cute love story of Zia and Bushra in the edgy backdrop of terrorism. In a very light and easy to understand way, Fidaeen tries to establish a fact that terrorism has nothing do with religion or jihad rather one of it’s kind pure business. protagonist realizes this when he himself falls in trape of terrorism and finds himself in a sucide bomber training camp. LOVE rescues him from there. Fidaeen is some thing which can be easily adeapted to a web series or film. This cute little story would be a treat to watch.
It is a story of a mid-aged middle-class India who faced all troubles in his 50 years of life which could not make him suffer physically; however, he had been witnessing into the whirlpool of life to access the strength of whirlpool and have an experience of the tormentation. He won in all rounds of the sucks and wrangles the environment/situations he faced during his life and he described about the expensiveness of the period, persons/situations as jewels of treasures that he gathered alike millions of moments to take him to sleep in memories ahead. The story ahead had been created by Uttam who had been a layman of India. He had been downloaded by a group of the department of delivery of Heavens’ organisation and it so appeared that reports of his previous life with the department of accounting in the department of Heaven’s organisation must have been with satisfactory score and with positive points of Uttam’s performance that he had been downloaded in a family of affable and honest social persons and that the same had so-called been blessed to be in the family who had neither been a part of beasts nor dacoits. The story written by Uttam contains the matter of his life and to showcase the incidences which made him stronger to create so that he could gather encouragement to live on longer than a conventional lifetime. The rational with Uttam had been considered by the fact that during the conventional lifetime, one living being becomes old by age and the anatomy degrade to make one ready to turn into ashes. The conventional time for such an opportunity is considered as close to a century for a layman. Uttam considered a conventional lifetime of a layman too small to be creative during one’s conventional life and that the reasons that the majority of the population contribute a very small amount to this bountiful earth. However, Uttam considered that the length of a conventional lifetime could be elongated with the strength of courage/power inside by making a contribution with the help of certain creative work to the beautiful earth as one found such an opportunity to make so as such aspects are conventionally undefined. Thus Uttam learned during the troubles of the lifetime that battle made him robust enough to be creative by contribution to the face of the earth where he found an opportunity to grow with its care.
“Salient features of 100 Anecdotal Short Stories for Kids The book presents short stories from a fascinating range of perspectives on varied themes. It teaches moral values through enticing discourses. It is an invaluable guide for children as well as elders. It enriches the experience of the readers by presenting a pen-picture of the cultural differences of the people, who belong to different walks of life, nations and cultures. The concept of each story is illustrated with suitable cartoons, which will be of a great source of indefatigable delight to the readers. It exhorts the readers to grow as men and women for others. It reiterates the need for and the value of story-telling in the digital world and provides children what they are in need of in the new world of consumerism and market-economy. It helps the readers to cultivate the right perspective towards life. It develops and enriches the fertility of the language of the readers, enhances their power of imagination, broadens their points of view, empowers them to think and question, increases their power of concentration, helps them to empathize with others, imparts the values of life, and helps them to discipline their minds.
Once born as humans, his/her feelings/opinions keep changing on different occasions and stages of life. The change itself becomes an experience and a human forms his lifestyle accordingly. In life just because we don’t write them up – many of our experiences or lessons learned will be forgotten. My personal opinion: The words have thousands of times more capabilities than photos or videos to revive the memories. The photos and videos can be lost but words are undividable parts of our language, it is a natural data which can be easily transferred to others and can be remembered very easily.Similarly, during different stages of my life, I have written different compositions. I am herewith collating them and presenting it to you all.
This Book is about knowing our own great leaders right from the medieval period of Indian History who were really visionary and had a purpose in life. Their commitment and passion for ensuring an ideal society inspires not only Indians but the humanity across the globe. They were in fact the pillars of India and their contribution towards development and growth story shall remain a guiding factor for generations to come.These great leaders included the Kings of various dynasties, the great social reformists, the mathematicians, the scientists, the saints and the poets who are regarded the best worldwide. They were really very bold and down to earth and had a common mantra “In life, we are going to encounter hard times at some point. This means we must be prepared to endure pain and find solutions at any moment. We must develop the mental toughness of a leader that will enable us to face and overcome any challenge or adversity life throws at us. WeReport this ad are the heroes of our life and those we care about. Therefore, we have to develop a warrior mindset and learn to grow from pain, setbacks, failures, obstacles, challenges, losses, and all the hard times in our life.”
When the words were called, then started writing, and by coincidence, it also included feeling.The ghazal was sitting down and put the mirror of the heart on the paper. Some papers meet each other and finished a book. And the book you are reading right now, this story is about the same book. There is also a feeling and a reality in it, and there is a mention of those buried words that were hidden in the heart from time to time. Now start reading, with a slight smile, with a deep breath. Hope you get as relaxed as I got while writing
“The book is about a girl who is initially ugly and turns into a beautiful girl. There is a story in between this whole transformation which is interesting. The ugly girl was very helpful to all the people. This habit of her earned her 3 wishes, she turned into a beautiful girl and happen to marry the handsome prince.
This book is a kind of journey which explores the love tradition across ages. Starting from the Petrarchan society where lover and the beloved were treated differently. It was a kind of master slave relationship. Beloved was treated like a star and the lover used to follow the star. Vidyapati was a kind of poet who was far ahead of his contemporaries and in his poems we can find different elements of love. This book presents a comparison of love tradition of Vidyapati and few British Poets. Love has always been a serious concern for poets. John Donne is a metaphysical poet who thinks that divinity and purity associated with love can be expressed only through the body whereas Shakespeare acknowledges that his mistress is not so beautiful like rose yet he loves her. His degree of love varies as if he has some metres to measure the intensity of love. This is one of the reasons that he is scared to reveal his relationship with his friend in public. Vidyapati understand such concerns and he has defined purely the tradition of love which will never ever end. He is a poet of fourteenth century but still today he is celebrated in different parts of India and abroad. This book opens the spirituality associated with love…
“Chalawa Hai Zindgi” is not only a poetry Book, it is an emotions of a Writer. In this book i have expressed current Situation in poetic way, feeling of my inner Heart, unfaithfulness, Fear of God, Secrifice of soldier,Hope and all other aspect possible to write in poetry.I have completed this book with in two years and put my all efforts to express my words in it.
In year 1995 a school boy fell in love with his classmate. Opponent situations arise and they become separated. But love is unforgettable and unavoidable sweet poison. All the friends, one of school teachers and some seniors help him through organizing a function to get his beloved again. The boy faces lots of troubles and finally grabs one opportunity to study the professional programming course in Chennai NIIT. At the same time the girl passes the pre-medical tests and chooses one medical college at Chennai. Will they meet? Can the dreams overcome the realistic world? It is based on some true events.
While writing Shivoham started thinking a little differently from living normal but in view of the declining life beauty, then I found that in nature there is nothing more clear and simple than the divine divinity, if man created God apart from things created by himself When one attains knowledge on diversity science then the source of all things, knows the source so that even the fear of ending anything goes away from inside it, because the end of the source is not possible. That the creature has felt and written about the presence of self only in humans.
Ghayal Ishq” is a fictional love story! The story basically attempts to challenge the ideology of modern society towards love by the author and shows the effect of love on a normal person! This story with fictional characters accurately mentions human thoughts on love! The ending of all the characters at the end of the story makes the story interesting and mysterious!
A stormy agony ! — is a story based on a life of woman. The novelist, Uma Pardeshi, has conveyed a very good message through this story. It reveals a real picture of the man who is responsible for ruining a life of a woman who becomes dangerous afterwards . In this story , a village head ( ‘Sarpanch’) pretending to be in love, lures a woman dancer from a colloquial local farcical drama( ‘ tamasha ‘). Hence, she submitted to him totally, in good faith. When she informed him about good news of her pregnancy, out of this relationship, he abused and pushed her blatantly , causing an abortion.
“From today, hundred years ago, the best novels like ‘Devdas’ and ‘Saraswatichandra’ were published in the East and West regions of India. Looking at this East and West, I have tried my level best to give extreme best in the story of ‘MOL – MATURITY OF LOVE’. I hope you all will like the heart touching love story and life story of those whose feelings are better. At some point, there is some connection between the two LOVE STORIES in the college. There is no relation between these two, even then the relation becomes … of humanity! Maybe, God could not reach everywhere, perhaps that is why he has put humanity inside him while creating a human being.‘My life is my life – message!’ This life message of Mahatma Gandhi changes the life of the hero of the story in such a way that the hero of the story himself becomes an inspiration for others.
This book Mahabali Baba Sidh Chano is about a deity and a folk cultural event called Dhaza. Dhaza is very popular in lower regions of Himachal Pradesh, in district Bilaspur and adjoining districts. Leather workers community of this region has a strong belief in this deity and this cultural event. Dhaza is organized by devotees of Baba Shidh Chano at night. During Dhaza, Mahabali Baba Sidh Chano is worshipped. Life events of folks and deities are enacted in Dhaza by performers. Songs and dances are performed.
This is the life journey of a poor boy named Vinod, who belongs to a remote village located somewhere in Uttar Pradesh. First he meets Kiran, a classmate during graduation then Neha during post- graduation and finally Shikha during higher studies. He feels attached to all of them but with the lapse of time realizes that Shikha was the girl who actually loved him from the core of her heart This novel depicts the struggle of common people as well as administrative officers during the crisis of covid-19 in India. A story that touches our heart when there is an outbreak of corona in his district. He realizes that how it affects his life when some of his close relatives and Shikha depart from this world. Shikha dies while trying to save his life from corona but ultimately he comes to know what she always tried to say –‘ Vinod, I still love you…’