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    Navras Laghu kathayein are a bunch of shorts stories through which the author uncovers the subtlety of happenings in life which impacts the life of a person at a large.

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    This book will take the readers on a rollercoaster ride through various emotions. The book explores the sentiments of sadness, romance, love, motivation, spirituality, and resilience, which will enable the reader to taste different feelings through different subjects.

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    “Mrityu” (An App for Creative Dying) is to catapult the taboo subject into the popular and literary mainstream by speaking directly and poignantly to the anxieties it creates. It captures that ineffable desire for immortality, in the face of inevitable loss, which is quintessentially, a natural act to hang onto life.

    Mrityu by: Kappana Vinay Kumar 200.00
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    After the success of her first book of poems— “The Bliss of Solitude”, poet Surbhi Islam makes a comeback with a romantic fiction, “She Fell to Rise in Love”. It is an enduring tale of love, pain, loss, gain, friendship and companionship. In this unusual and offbeat love story, Mehek, a student, who is already struggling to gain a foothold in the small town she recently shifted to, hopelessly falls in love with Raghav, her computer teacher. All hell breaks loose as her efforts to win his heart end in a fiasco. Things begin to change for good when her friend Anand brings joy in her life and proposes her. Mehek accepts the proposal and embraces his love and affection. Raghav, who is in Bengaluru now, starts calling and texting her. But why? What will Mehek do now? Will she leave Anand for her first love, Raghav; or hold Anand’s hand as he supported her when she was left in lurch. “She Fell to Rise in Love” is a roller coaster ride of emotions.

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    This is a poetry book that I chose to confide in, expressing my kindest gratitude towards nature’s very essence and opportunities it provides us with. It began as a whisper, a gentle breeze shaping my thoughts in the most subtle manner, pure in its most pristine form, like winter dew on leaves, bringing with it a calling of hope, a calling of love, and a calling of adolescence. It was then that I began to search for love and sorrow in tides, command of the sun, cry and anger of the wind, the saturated landscape with an infinite potential, and me. Thus born was possibility that was always present but unfound in the dark reaches of my reckoned soul.

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    “This a true and factual account of the author's journey in the Indian Army. He was born in 1932 in
    Haripur, a small town in the North-Western Frontier Province of present-day Pakistan.
    His love for the Army developed from watching troops go by during World War II on Grand Trunk Road,
    a road next to his house.
    When partition happened, his family, like many others, went through the trauma which brought them
    back to India virtually destitute.
    The author joined the National Defence Academy in 1949. He, unfortunately, lost his right eye in an
    accident happened at the National Defence Academy. He in spite of the loss continued and thrived with
    his career. His display of courage to persevere through the rest of the service with one eye speaks
    volumes. He was a Directing Staff at the Defence Services Staff College Wellington and describes his
    teaching tenure as enduring while meaningful.
    His love of adventure took him to para trooping, mountaineering and also to volunteer for 1971 Indo-
    Pakistan War. His mountaineering experience gave him an extraordinary chance to lead a police
    expedition along UP-Tibet border.
    His inspiring and vivid description of the wars, Operation Vijay(Goa), Indo -China War of 1962, and Indo-
    Pakistan War 1971 highlights the adventure and the profession knowledge he displays in dealing with
    difficult situations and explicit narration of events.
    Throughout his autobiography, the author depicts a very colourful journey giving insights about his
    courage in every aspect of his career.
    Due to his family circumstances, he resigned from the Army as a Brigadier, at the height of his
    professional career. The author is extremely grateful to the Indian Army for providing wonderful
    opportunities and important life lessons.”

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    Rajan held his mother’s hand and made her sit beside him. “If what you are saying is true, then she really deserves our respect. But that does not mean that we can allow a girl from a Thakur family,” said mother. “You are correct, Mummy, to some extent. I really don’t love Vanshika. Neither does she love me,” said Rajan. Mother and Prerna looked at each other. Rajan continued: “Mummy, it’s only been 6 months since I lost my wife. She was the love of my life. No one can replace her. I think even Vanshika does not love me. She can get a better option, and she doesn’t have to marry a widower, the father of a 5-year-old boy. But she is doing this for her love for Hardik.” Prerna and mother looked at Rajan. He looked at them, waiting for their reaction. But when they did not say anything, he continued: “Mummy, I would have never agreed to a re-marriage, be it with a Brahmin girl or a Thakur girl. For me, no one can ever replace Aparna as my wife. But Vanshika is coming into my life as Hardik’s mother, more than as my wife.”

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    Present book “Zindagi” is based on various aspects of life. I am confident, There will be certainly changes in perception toward liberality after reading these poems. After understanding basic issues of life We can live happily through inspiration. Humanness is credo of all religions of world. Without live there is no existence of world. We should treat with others on same way as we aspect from others. There is an equal importance of all human being . Life is combination of joy and sorrow. We should not upset in trouble. There is nothing permanent in world, entry of happiness and sorrow in life is vice versa. Get on destination is sure with continuation of our efforts. We have to precede path of truth At the time of beginning we have to face difficulty but at last we have to go very easily with support of people. To achieve every thing in life is not possible, we should satisfied whatever we got by our efforts. More happiness is with less requirement. Illusion of themselves and other may be reshuffled by creating wave of faith among us. Trust on ones self do not have expectation from any one. Achievement is hundred percent if we believe ourselves. No body should felt uncomfort by our act of doing

    Never mislead others. We should share our feelings with each other.

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    Hindi writing started from 1921-22 in the era of Shadowism. His works were published in the main paper magazines of India and Burma country since that time. Other published books along with publication in monthly and weekly magazine magazines:
    1. Disclosure Story, Volume Poetry, 1926
    2. Tweet story collection, 1932
    3. Old age bag, children’s story, 1933
    4. Navodita Collection, 1944
    5. Solitary Poetry Collection, 1953
    4. Moon laughed, 1960
    4. Mem saheb, novel, 1968
    4. Songs of Solitude, English Volume Poetry, 1964
    4. Veil of the Moon, novel, 1963
    10. Pyaar Never Paraya, novel, 1964
    11. Prakrit-Purusha, epic, 1976
    12. Char castle of magic
    13. Biography of Dharmarathi Sikh Guru Govind Singh (in verse)
    They had four sons and two daughters. I am dedicating his third son, Dr. Ratnendra Kumar Mishra, to his late mother Princess Mishra by tearful eyes.

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    This story deals with an individual’s struggle against systemic abuse and the effect this struggle has on his cognition. The book takes a very personal and individualistic perceptive of the prevailing conditions of the protagonist’s state. While many authors have explored the effect of violence on individual behavior, the author tries to explore how this effect cascades and is percolated to every crevice of the societal order. The author also explores how this affects intimate relationships like family, friendship and love. Azlan is an ordinary Kashmiri boy. That is to say, ordinary to Kashmiri’s. He suffers domestic abuse, a suffocating political and social space, the constant fear of death and loss. On the top of it, he runs afoul of a tyrannical ruling system that takes sadistic delight in rooting out any voices. The same conditions force his brother to choose a path he has been taught to detest. However, the story of Azlan is yet to be written.

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    It is a well-known fact that folktales are so interesting that even if a person is travelling and has a chance to listen, he stops and prefers listening instead of going ahead. Folktales are the reflection of the people who lived and experienced life in a more wonderful way than us. The way they are told by the elders and nestors are like the gems coming out of their mouth. All these tales need to be compiled, preserved and shared, otherwise they will fall into the deep well of ignorance.

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    Are you looking for clarity in your life? Are you still wondering why your life is not working out the way you want it to? The two most important days of your life are the day you were born and the day you figure out why. At this very moment, there are millions of people going through life with a lot of confusion in their mind and heart because they don’t know the answers to the questions in their life. We need answers to find our life’s purpose, our passion, and to add meaning to everything in our life. All the answers and more will be available to us when we learn how to connect with our inner voice. To find the answers, we need to prepare ourselves to look at life from different perspectives of the past, present, and future. To arrive at these perspectives, one needs to ask oneself well-defined, constructive questions. These questions will allow one to gain a thorough understanding of oneself, thus giving rise to the Inner Guru.

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    What happens when a person loses his running business and sits idle 24 hours at home . The central point of the current book is this. Bhaiyajee and his life partner Bhabhijee are the central characters of the book. The living style of our society is reflected in the book. You may find a person like bhaiyajee nearby you. He needs some commission for his job. You will find Bhaiyajee in police station, block, railway station ……. the moment your work stops or you find your life in difficulty a Bhaiyajee is ready to help you. Many of the unemployed youths in India are running their homes by doing such things. The Special attraction or feature of the book is that after going through first part the reader can go through any part of the book divided in fifteen parts. The book shows the modern silent turmoil our society is passing through.

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    This book is for high school students who want to learn electronics engineering. Students will be able to learn how to manipulate physical laws for product development. This book is highly recommended for student projects at high school, bachelor’s and master’s levels.

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    For over a decade now, the country has been witnessing rising disharmony in the lifestyle of youngsters, worst affected of whom are the aspiring students for higher studies. Love affairs, marital discord, social tensions, ideological conflicts among different faiths, castes, creeds, working executives, crimes against women, infanticide, etc. are driving them to a state of desperation and frustration, birthing negativity. All of the above ills are considered as reasons for the development of psychological, physiological, and social conflicts and confrontations within relationships, society, educational institutions, working environments, and so on. A sense of solitude and desertion seems to be enveloping today’s youngsters and teenagers, pushing them to the extreme end of life – suicide. This is attributable to the loss of self-belief coupled with the pressure to have an edge over others in competitive spheres of life. Another hugely disturbing factor is that school-going kids are resorting to extreme steps in life due to failure in examinations and other such disgracing circumstances brought upon them in general, mostly occurring in schools. They belong to a different age and, of late, their levels of sensitivity have sharply risen in their comparative self-analysis. The author, Prahalad Rao, is an ordinary person who believes in himself and GOD, the Qualities of God as written in the Holy Scriptures and recited daily by all the Faiths that insulate a person from becoming a victim of negativity and give new hope for appreciating the essence, purpose and meaning of life – to struggle and succeed. Struggling itself is a way of life for different people in different ways; it includes spiritual and physical, the combination of which creates a sense of self-respect – the foundation for human survival. The author found it obligatory to wake them up through the ways and means GOD has created for humans. The author believes the book will reawaken self-belief, self-faith, self-confidence, and self-conviction by sensitising oneself to what is hidden within one’s SELF which can become a GLOW to appreciate life and the beauteous nature that enables the birth of POSITIVITY IN LIFE.

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    The book is a Magnum opus which deals with metaphysics, condemning brahminical superstition orthodoxy and ostentation, Medieval Islamic cruelty genocide and cruel rule, modern British invasion, exploitation and modernization of India. Moreover, after independence the Indian leaders, bureaucrat, technocrate and corporate swallowed the major means of India. Indian politics is Plutocracy, beyond the access of common mass, who suffer for job and justice confined to cast vote only. Population explosion, appeasement, communalism, and unemployment strangulate nation. Scholars are requested and encouraged to acquire politics and thwart the average leaders to save nation. Such facts have been poetically elaborated. I hope readers will appreciate and enjoy for the improvement of the nation.

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    The author, Alaparthy Chitti Babu, was born in Ponnur town in Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh on 1st August 1939, to Alaparthy Raghavaiah and Sundara Rajamma, the erstwhile District Revenue officer, Andhra Pradesh, India. He did his elementary education in Intur village, SSLC from BR High School Repalle, Intermediate from Hindu College, Guntur, BSc, from AC College, Guntur, MBBS from Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad in 1962, and MS in General Surgery from Osmania Medical College in 1966. A registered medical practitioner in AP since 1962, he worked in Government Headquarters Hospital in Nalgonda as civil assistant surgeon for a few months, and then worked as Assistant Prof of Surgery in Guntur Medical College and civil assistant Surgeon in GGH, Guntur. He has been working as a private medical practitioner in Ponnur since 1967. Having an interest in clinical research, the author has published six papers on various topics in medical journals, and has presented eight papers in various state and all-India medical conferences. In later years, he developed an interested in spirituality, published a book, “Knowing My Self My Family and the Universe,” and distributed it among a close circle of friends and relatives. Another book titled, “Units of Living Wisdom,” a collection of his philosophical thoughts on life and living, is to be published in the form of an ebook. He authored his professional autobiography, “Fifty Years of My Medical Journey,” in which he has narrated his medical training, record of case histories and his experiences as a house surgeon, government service personnel in a district headquarters hospital, assistant professor of surgery in medical college, and finally in private medical practice. In this book, the author has mentioned some problems faced by the contemporary GP’s. He has distributed copies of this book to all the medical colleges in AP and Telangana, to the interested final year students, among his professional colleagues around, health administrative government officials and main executives of Indian Medical Association.

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    I was told that you please write something about yourself, but what should I write! Right now I am nobody, no identity, no knowledge.

    I am grateful to my friends and relatives who have showered their love on me despite me being a nobody. In fact, I do not know how to write. It’s just my pen that understood my heartfelt feelings and transmitted them on paper, with many errors. From the outset my home had an environment for reading and writing, therefore, was allowed to be embodied in training and education. For girls in a traditional family setup in Bihar, it is an uphill task to do something non-traditional. Araah is my birthplace and Patna my work place. Higher education from Patna University and then got an opportunity to work in the Department of Education with SAIL, a Navratna company.

    I feel that one’s quest for knowledge is never complete even if we continue to study our whole life. I think of myself as an ignorant person, therefore I already said that my pen has been my constant companion with all my writing flaws in this endeavour

    Its a humble request to my esteemed readers that you please read my compositions and give your valuable reviews on them while ignoring the flaws and errors. That would really be an honor for me. Good day my friends.

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    I was told that you please write something about yourself, but what should I write! Right now I am nobody, no identity, no knowledge.

    I am grateful to my friends and relatives who have showered their love on me despite me being a nobody. In fact, I do not know how to write. It’s just my pen that understood my heartfelt feelings and transmitted them on paper, with many errors. From the outset my home had an environment for reading and writing, therefore, was allowed to be embodied in training and education. For girls in a traditional family setup in Bihar, it is an uphill task to do something non-traditional. Araah is my birthplace and Patna my work place. Higher education from Patna University and then got an opportunity to work in the Department of Education with SAIL, a Navratna company.

    I feel that one’s quest for knowledge is never complete even if we continue to study our whole life. I think of myself as an ignorant person, therefore I already said that my pen has been my constant companion with all my writing flaws in this endeavour

    Its a humble request to my esteemed readers that you please read my compositions and give your valuable reviews on them while ignoring the flaws and errors. That would really be an honor for me. Good day my friends.

    Rozmarraah by: Neeta Sahay 185.00
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    I, the writer of the story, listened to it From the protagonist about his love life Lob Sang Kim, the protagonist, and Vrishti Ahuja, his love Both are in love, but never confess to each other. Feelings are strong, but what to do with doubts? But at last, one of them confesses, but it drives them apart, Miles apart

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    This collection of hand-made paintings celebrates Mother Nature’s various facets and life. The paintings are a fresh breeze of artworks exhibiting panoramic views from across India. The vibrant use of colours captivates your attention and leaves you mesmerized. Water, which is the very basis of life, has been presented beautifully in almost all the paintings in different forms and ways. Life is about rejuvenating. This book conveys a strong message of optimism and ray of hope in life. Formal training in fine arts is the mother of all artworks, but what this book offers is a fresh, unique and optimistic approach towards life. It works in a descending order from Universe-Earth-India-Life. It must be owned by avid travellers and people associated with tourism as the purpose of its creation is to inspire tourists to explore the lesser travelled destinations in India. In short, it is a “chestnut of symbolic travelogue paintings” inspired by natural features, landscapes and vegetation of India. It can be enjoyed by all age groups. So just- “Dare to dream and put your dreams into action.”

    A New Dawn by: Mitali Chawla 924.00
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    This story is heart touching. The story of pain, the passion for love, patriotism, patriotism, crime-ridden and mysterious story is completely fictional.

    Since 2007 I have been writing in favor of God the Father. I try to write on every subject. I also write poems and songs. Whatever I write, these are the thoughts that arise in my mind. The novel ‘King of Gunah’, which I want to dedicate to the readers, is completely fictional. I request readers to read it. This novel is serious and full of adventure.
    -Nirmala Thakur
    Mobile No. – 9816378122, 9315073070

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    I must start with a hackneyed scenario. Today nobody has time for anybody- parents for children or the other way around, teachers for children, spouses for each other. Life has become a single minded pursuit for a moving target called money with which to buy an even more elusive thing called happiness. If this is true then, where goes the fundamental need of every human being to talk-speak-share? Imagine a child in a school. The school can be of any standard, focusing on any social strata of society. She is subject to so much of stress of not only studies and future career but also of peer pressure to belong, to conform; pressure of meeting expectations of the parental matrix, stress of unexplained unresolved variance between what is said at home versus what is available via the social media or for that matter any media. This book is a journey of a student counselor into this world and her attempt at resolving the tangle in the minds of her counselees. It is narrated in a fictional format for the ease of readability and maybe an easier assimilation of the techniques used.

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    A decade ago I left you when you were absorbed in the waves of the Indus, and I returned to the valley of life. There was hope that one day you too will definitely come back. The hypothesis was, only a strong desire to walk with you! Did not go through the decade wandering, or other way. In other faces, I do not know whether I found myself shield or not, but I have once again come to the shore to find existence. Don’t know when and how it happened! As a dam broke and the poetic stream came out. A web of morning rays was laid, on the horizon, Arunim Lalima is bringing a naval dawn. Numerous battles are being drawn towards me. Unspeakable hymns are suddenly coming towards me, forming round circles. Whenever there was a turning point in life, the distracted mind seized a path. Rightly or wrongly, it will tell the time, and till then, where the moving time stops, it goes ahead. The roads went out and I wandered in the same paths, sometimes I managed to stray, but went in search of the destination.

    Was a Pedestrian having drunk the alcohol life
    Sleeps, wakes up, walks!

    Kahi-Ankahi by: Laljee Verma 200.00
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    Makhana or Gorgon nut is cultivated in the stagnant pools of Northern Bihar,
    Uttar Pradesh, Lower Assam, Manipur, Orissa, .Jammu and Kashmir etc. Its wild
    varieties are also found in Bangala Desh, Japan, China, Russia etc. The Makhana-
    fish combined cultivation provide sustenance to thousand of members of the
    fishing community. Makhana has nutritional and medicinal properties, and
    generates scope of improving cottage industries. Therefore, as there is a great
    export potential of this crop. The government of India has launched, several
    schemes on the crop. It is high time that steps were taken to boost our country’s
    economy by harnessing its natural resources to the optimum.
    The harvest of makhana from the beds is an arduous task performed traditionally
    by fishing community. Thousand of stagnant pools spread over northern and
    north- eastern India and abroad hold a great promise in this direction. The
    integration of ‘makhana‘ with fish culture will definitely enhance the aquatic
    productivity, which will alleviate the income and economic conditions of the
    resources among poor farmers of the region. It is expected that this effort would
    fill in the gap existing in this field and shall be able to attract attention of the
    upcoming research workers, social scientist, agricultural scientists and planners
    etc.

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    To make them noticed, the unnoticed scenes and unheard words were painted with my creativity.
    "Carpe Diem" gives you the images of many seized days and moments. The society is a canvas and we all
    are the painters on this decorous canvas. The paintings may be different and imperfect but all of them
    have their uniqueness. Here, I am presenting my debut painting on anarchy, frustration, depression,
    love, deception and much more. Find the 'hidden you' from these letters.

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    People will come, go,
    Those who are new today, will become old tomorrow,
    Some will get angry,
    Some will be missed
    Will get lost in the rush of time,
    The same sequence will continue,
    Will continue to come, history will continue to deteriorate.

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    “Thaiboxing”, written by Dr. Kuldeep Sumanakshar, is a unique introduction book for Thaiboxing players, in which the game and practice of Thaiboxing is explained in detail. Elaborate descriptions of Thaiboxing are presented through pictures. There is a three-year Thaiboxing program for new players as well. The major topics covered in this book are: • History of Thaiboxing • Kicks • Punches • Conditioning • Principles of Thaiboxing Dr. Kuldeep Sumanakshar has been a martial arts coach for the last 25 years, and he established Thaiboxing Indian Federation in India in 2011. He promotes the Thaiboxing sport all over India. The author established the following federations as well: Indian Elbowboxing Federation (IEF), Traditional Games Federation of India (TGFI), World Dalit Organization (WDO), Indian Kneeboxing Federation (IKF), and Ashtang Yog Sansthan. ‘Yog Sanskriti’ is the title of the first book published by Dr. Sumanakshar.

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    Two youngsters, Lee Donna and Park Jimin, have just entered the first year of University. Lee Donna is
    the eldest daughter of a famous businessman and despite being born with a silver spoon she is down to
    earth and caring. She is also the heir of her father's business. She has a passion for dancing and singing
    which is aided by her talents. This combined with a high IQ makes her special. She has already started
    learning the ropes of her father's business.
    She lives with her parents and a younger sister. She is half Korean and half British and was staying in
    London earlier but has relocated to Korea now. Her father is Korean and mother, British. She is fluent in
    Korean, French, English, and Japanese. She is a passionate reader who feels at home in a book shop or a
    library.
    Park Jimin comes from an average family and dreams of becoming a music idol along with his circle of
    friends who call themselves BTS.
    These two meet and are attracted because of the inner beauty that they see in each other.
    He is struggling to get through his training years with its strict rules and regulations to become an idol.
    He has to be aware of each of his actions, words as well as fandom.
    While the other one is facing problems at work but does not display the frustration and stress to make
    her loved ones happy and proud.
    How does the duo overcome depression, self-harm, anxiety and fear of hurting the very person that
    they cherish and want a future with is a journey that the reader will embark upon?

    Amour by: Donna Mohanty 299.00
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    This is a very interesting story of the struggle for freedom of woman,but beyond this there is aiso a strong social criticism.

    Tum Kab Aaoge? by: C.D. Rajak 225.00
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