Teri Meri Kahaniyan exposes the dual parameters of the society. Through this book some questions has been raised which are both perpetual and contemporary. These stories explain the hardships experienced by the indian womens
‘Kaleidoscope’ enhances the beauty of varied experiences one goes through life. It depicts the colours of life in short stories, emphasising on the silver lining in each story, inculcating gratitude in a subtle yet sincere way .The value and beauty of a kaleidoscope lies in its broken pieces which amalgamate to form a symmetry, symbolising that even though scarred and bruised, when put together as a whole one is perceived to be strong and the experiences that break ones well being are the ones that shape them into the being who they are today. These stories signify that change is the only constant and helps adapting become an easy task. When a kaleidoscope is shaken it loses its form but again settles down into yet another rare and fascinating pattern. Similarly, every phase of one’s life requires a different version of oneself, which is achieved by distressing, jolting experiences, only to create a more delightful and evolved version of oneself.
“This book examines fear, its meaning and causes covering the fear of failure in particular and fears of other things in general. It unfolds the management of fear and the art of coping with fear. The book has covered the fear of corona (COVID-19) as well. Fear is a cognitive, instinctive and innate emotion. Trauma, concern, worry and feeling of insecurity are the different shades of fear. But they indeed tip off us the possible danger. The book tells us that fear is not always irrational. It may be a blessing in disguise. But beyond a limit, fear is like a foe. The book sensitises that nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. To fight it it is necessary to understand it- its origin, kinds, psychology and other related facts. Without understanding it we can’t deal with it. This book shares the ins and outs of the same.
The book is a story of every woman, and society’ s expectations of a gender. The role discriminators over years, have pulled apart both genders to their extremes. This book, is a piece of fiction that describes a story of every household yet are factual stories of individual experiences. It is written for every mentor and caretaker who would shy away and not discuss the gender related issues, atrocities, feelings, emotions or thoughts. To overcome the stigma of pink Woman today has accepted blue Not realising they are both colours And have their unique chemical make up Though they are both part of white and merging them in different quantities and percentages would create variety Such is life and Human life. This book is an endeavour to break those taboos, bring a third person in our talks, a character, who has a different location, a different name and yet represents my story, or hers or his or is them. May be with this discussion, we may come up with answers, or solutions or may be help purgation and cleanse and streamline our thoughts. And create awareness amongst our loved ones, dependents and societies. It is an effort to create a nameless me, so that the protagonist is not the only sufferer. The cases in many households are shoved under the carpet, or cried in whispers and low tones.
Perseverance, trust and fond expectations will change what seems impossible in the long run. The two friends Fatima and Lavanya testified that they are truly hard workers by leading an exemplary life. Moreover, females, whom most of us feel they should be married off soon so that we could wash off our hands, are infact treasure of obedience and hard work. Once, women are committed they are bound to win everything they touch.
The book is about a possession of demons on a family that petrified them to call for excorsism , the book also tell about the demons. At last warning the book is about demons!
The history of the Red Cross and first aid is a work by the author in which the establishment of Red Cross has described the current conditions in different countries, as well as various minor major accidents and emergencies first aid from fractured, external or internal bleeding to cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Has illustrated very accurately and also his experience. Certainly, this book will be extremely beneficial and useful for this book readers.
‘TEMPEST and a RAINBOW’ is a collection of poems that have been chosen by the author from the pages of her diary. Like a rollercoaster of emotions, the poems are divided into four different sections which revolve around the feelings of a teenager. The poems represent a complete journey of how a person falls in and out of love and even after facing heartbreak and despair they emerge stronger.
“This book introduces the basic concepts of basic conversational strategies for Professionals and University students or All Learners. It will help you not only to develop speaking skill but also to become good conversationalists. This book covers all of the Basic English Conversation for all learners. It contains a collection of 200 topics including English dialogues, conversations, interactions etc., which are designed to lend a hand for preparing students and learners for different situations. Every learner may encounter in daily life with different interaction with English Speaking People, whether he may be either in School, College, at work, even facing interview or in out of State.It also consists of 1500 important sentences that will enhance your conversational skill and help you how to speak English clearly and accurately. This book is a must for all learners.”
The role of practicals in the field of physiotherapy is very important. The base of physiotherapy is Anatomy and Physiology, and progressively students also need a good knowledge of Exercise Therapy, Electrotherapy, and Biomechanics. So we have planned this book “An Illustrative Practical Book for Physiotherapy Students”. This book is very fruitful for physiotherapy students in regular practice. In this book, we provide the space for diagrams and pictures for the best explanations by the students. In this book including Anatomy, Physiology, Exercise Therapy, Electrotherapy, Biomechanics and standard patient assessment chart for final year students, which is divided separately in Orthopedics, Neurology, Cardio-respiratory, and Sports conditions. This is very useful for taking an assessment of patients and makes the case study and provisional diagnosis in the field of physiotherapy. A special attraction of this book is that all the relevant material is in one book. The content of this book is very useful for any university or physiotherapy college student.
the thoughts, in paranoia of being caught, chasing no ends, running out of vortices — the tone of a definite crash, but the remnants of ideas coalesce to expel the delinquency — from transient humor to one exhibiting the true resilience, and emanating from it is the liberation of senses. here is no sentimentality, everything is elemental — an examination of the pursuit of independent spirit — acceptance of the intimate, and losing the burden of existence. eerie and tenacious, the melody that meets the need of malady strikes dream-like.
Five days is based on a story of a Mumbai based academically excelled student, sales manager, Ayaan Senger who is finding his goodluck after marriage with his beautiful Payal Ahuja. A brilliant, multitalented employee of an advertising agency, M&N Company is surviving in the midst of lack of opportunities and his family’s growing financial demands.Finally, Ayaan gets a golden opportunity to give a presentation in Khandala. A stressed, demotivated, uninspired Ayaan has no other option except working hard.Meanwhile, his wife Payal is leaving no stone unturned to fill her husband’s life with old memories, motivational capsules, counselling sessions, and many other stress-relieving solutions. But it’s useless for Ayaan.Last day, on his way to Khandala, he experiences strange events which turned out to be refreshing for him. Seems like a dull, bored Ayaan is breathing in the congested depressed life. But how true those events are? What changed his life? Most importantly, who changed him?
‘Deep Ashaon Ka’ Literary Short Stories to serve a social purpose for the betterment of society
This book covers the concepts of Digital Electronics for B.Tech students of all circuit branches
This book, as name suggests, includes the solutions of 20 very specific, important chapters in the algebra book— Hall & Knight, which attract most students of mathematics. The chapters cover Progressions, Quadratic Equations, Interest and Annuity, Basing on Series, Binomial Theorem, and Exponential and Logarithmic Series. The problems are solved in a way that is easily understandable by common students interested in mathematics; particularly algebra.
“This book is designed for the course on C programming taken by undergraduate (B.Sc., BCA) and post graduate(M.Sc.,MCA) students of computer science and information technology. It applies a simple approach with unique combination of theory and practical’s. A student friendly practical and example driven book. Author believes that practice makes a man perfect and this book aims at making you one.
· Classification of Programming Language
· Problem solving techniques
· Analysis of Algorithm
· Data type in C
· Operators in C
· Formatted Input and Output
· Decision making and control structure
· Dynamic memory allocation
· File management
· Graphics in C
· Solved Programs with source code
“The book has been elaborated to the present needs of the learners, making lessons interesting and attractive. The very old and traditional stories have been upgraded with modern trends. A European girl Salena and a young Indian boy Shyam become Facebook friends. Their real time messages and conversations have been turned into lessons. It’s a bilingual book to support all learners of English language at basic level and the teachers of Elementary schools to cope with challenges in improving their own proficiency in the language. The purpose is to motivate and support all readers to understand real grounds for making their own as well as children’s lives happy.
“Main Johar Hoon”” is a poetic rendezvous that takes the reader on a panoramic journey to the the ‘Johar Valley of Kumaon’ in Uttarakhand. Without Johar Valley, ‘Dev Bhoomi’ is incomplete.
The book is a light, alluring read that instantly strikes a chord with Johar Valley, which is full of natural beauties. A trove of more than 40 poems, is quilled with virtues of Johari’s and their love for nature. They have established a divine relationship with Himalayas and Tibet. Their Courage, Wisdom, Serenity, Love, Hope, Strength, Joy, Compassion and Gratitude is well depicted in these poems.
“”Main Johar Hoon”” is a book that revolves around emotions that most Johari’s experience. The collection of poems helps in understanding Joharis and their values, culture and traditions. “”Main Johar Hoon”” very easily develops a personal connection with the reader that is indeed refreshing.
Luxe Inferno is a philosophical quest for the true meaning of luxe. It traces the journey of a luxe-o-holic through the nine circles of Inferno described by Dante Alighieri in Divine Comedy. It is a heady mix of facts and fiction comprising in-depth analysis of the various facets of luxury, based on research spanning over a decade. Through contemporary essays the book also explores luxury from marketing and branding perspectives. This is the third book of The Luxe Trilogy, the first two books comprise Decoding Luxe, exploring the dazzle, and Dark Luxe, exploring the darkness that secretly hides behind this luxe.
“This is how sometimes someone’s destiny gleams! Story is about a French girl, Roselyn Charlet and the person she loves who’s the most famous journalist of Europe, Darell Costa.
Roselyn is a person who adores a person she never met but tries every single time to meet darell. Even she moved to Germany just because Darell lived there.
Let’s know this constant love —- Pure Bond.”
About the book: Its an emotional journey of true love, brokenhearted faith and ever lasting memories. I always found solace in my poems. Alike, find yourself connected with my poems, every sigh of despair because true love is immortal. Believe me
“Bhilwadiya days” is about a description of life in a village.It is a beautiful village and the people here are living in full harmony.The main character of this story has never been to village. But fortunately first time she encountered with village when she get posted in village school,she enjoyed the life, culture, food of village.
‘An awaited dream – that came true’.
This Book is about exploring and knowing our own ancestors and this process leads us to a quest for knowing the origin of this world or so called universe and makes us eager to know as to how this universe was a created. The author makes an attempt to explain this in simple English language as to how this universe was created using Space, Time, Energy and Matter. Universe is a vast expanse of “space”, which contains all of everything in existence, including all of the galaxies, stars, and planets and enormous clouds of gas separated by a gigantic empty space. It explains the process of “Time” evolution and the characteristics of time and describes units of time measurements, from even the smallest microseconds to trillions of years. Nature is the biggest source of “Energy” on Mother Earth. The energy of the sun is the original source of most of the energy found on earth. Universe comprises of four natural states of “Matter”: Solids, liquids, gases and plasma. The ancestral hierarchy is explained by an overview of all the kings of various Yugas, It also explains that how skillfully our Rishis (Sages) created Vedas to inspire creativity in this universe. The author also highlights the history, civilization, the rich cultures and Heritage of our great nation India.
“The ‘Islam a religion or Utopia’ is a book that relates people’s sycophancy against
the radical Islam. Why since 11.09.2001 Twin Tower attack in New York the
Islamophobia has captivated the entire global community. I’ve only tried to
project the contradiction within the Islam in its scriptures Quran & Hadith. How
the Islamic institutions like Madrasas are playing a major role in transforming the
Islamic youths into radical outlook for committing genocide. The reason being
that though the rest of the global religions have evolved with the tide of time.
However, Islam seems to have stuck in the closet of the age old medieval mindset
& defy against evolving with time due to their utopia of the supreme religion.
Though the Prophet had stated that his struggle for spreading the words of God
was for one purpose i.e. to transform the world in garden of heaven
Janah/Jannat. Which can only be achieved through the Prophet’s instructions of
equality of all human beings, forgiveness, helping the needy, feeding the unfed &
foremost brotherhood of all mankind. But post Mohammad era his disciples had
other ideas & spread the words of Hadith in the name of the Prophet with the
imposition to be strictly obeyed.
As the great poet Rumi stated “BE GRATEFUL FOR YOUR LIFE…AND YOUR FACE
WILL COME TO SHINE LIKE A SUN. AND EVERYONE WHO SEES IT WILL BE MADE
GLAD & PEACEFUL.”
“””Approved-Love :The novel is based on a middle family married woman. This woman suffers from a serious illness after marriage. She is cured after the big operation, but her mother-in-law starts taunting her due to poor economic condition of the house. She is a highly educated woman and feels bad and helpless. She requests her Husband to leave her alone but the Husband is not ready but later to leave her alone. This woman takes a pledge to become an IAS and leaves her husband's house and comes to her parents. In the first attempt, she is not able to clear even the prelims exam but in the second attempt, she gets second rank at the national level. Now whether she goes to her husband or not, this is the story of this novel. It is a motivational novel.
In this book, the author has penned the life of her mother who in today’s world may be considered as an ordinary housewife but in reality, played a very crucial role in bringing life to many other lives. The author has tried to depict the struggle of a woman what she goes through right from her childhood and continues by giving up her dreams for others which is not even acknowledged by anyone. The book also tries to throw light on the way a housewife conducted her life and enjoyed every moment being it. The book also shows however small the world is for a mother she enjoys every bit of it by loving her kids.
“The central theme of the poems contained in this book is humanity. They speak about the ills – superstitions, social stratification, etc. – inherited from the past. They manifest the gloom of the present-day world, the craving for peace, and sometimes call for total demolition to set the stage for the birth of a new world order – a warless, peaceful world. In the Indian context, the poems advocate logical, rational, and scientific approaches to issues. The poems stress upon equality, justice, and fraternity to bring about the desired changes.
Poems like ‘Night Falls’ and ‘Platform’ paint the picture of metro city life and the impact of urbanisation on rural and tribal areas. The poet’s fascination for ruins is reflected in some poems. It is more the mystique surrealism than the history of ruins that impresses him. The poems on nature are not the photographic narration of beauty. They contain harsh realities of the nature too, as in the poem, ‘Over Bhuj on Twelfth February’. ‘Silently She Burns’ and ‘Home Coming’ express the most delicate emotions of the human heart.”
“In the book the author, Dr. Pooja Singh, argues that Emotional Intelligence of people was more important than their IQ, in order for them to have productive lives. People who were well adjusted emotionally were more likely to have better leadership skills, mental health and job performance. According to Singh, superior EI (Emotional Intelligence) was twice as necessary as skills and IQ required for completing a job. The skill could be taught in schools to enable the students to turn into stable employees and leaders in the future. The author also listed the methods in which, EI could be integrated into the school curriculum. Far more than we are consciously aware, our daily encounters with parents, spouses, bosses, and even strangers, shape our brains and affect cells throughout our bodies, down to the level of our genes – for good or ill. In Social Intelligence, Dr. Pooja Singh explores an emerging new science with startling implications for our interpersonal world. Its most fundamental discovery: we are designed for sociability, constantly engaged in a 'neural ballet' that connects us brain-to-brain with those around us.This book is explaining many important things of school life like social intelligence, Emotional intelligence, Social climate and emotional climate. There is growing appreciation that school climate – the quality and character of school life' – fosters children's development, learning and achievement. School climate is based on the patterns of people's experiences of school life; it reflects the norms, goals, values, interpersonal relationships, teaching, learning and leadership practices, and organizational structures that comprise school life. The increased attention to school climate reflects both the concern for improving schools and the need for preparing students to address the myriad of challenges they will face in the 21st century. For the Students of BA MA Psychology, Social Science, Humanities, Education, All Students, Professors, Researchers and Post Doc Researchers, this book will help the Learners. “