This book is about how a shy village boy of a decrepit village of India grew into international stage. Since he is an ardent student of cultures of different countries and societies, rendered an account of his experiences as non-indigenous person.
In today’s testing times, it is very essential for a highly evolved species like us, to know the reason why we are here. Technologically and in every other way, we have reached heights, that could only be imagined of. We have emphasised too much on the outside world, though, and in the process, the inner world, or that which is keeping you alive, is being overlooked. We are slowly understanding that material aspirations can only so much as fulfil his desires, and wants to expand, as much as possible. This is because his true identity is that of expansiveness. He does not begin anywhere, nor does he end anywhere. Mysticism and the search for Truth has therefore begun to be seen as a way of understanding life that throbs within him. There is a huge shift in consciousness that is being experienced, globally, as never before has spirituality and the need for it, been felt so intensely. This book, is thus an attempt to help you visit that space within and try to therefore, understand better, what is it we have come here to do, who we are, really, and what is all this we see around here! In the authors words – “Through Unbecoming – The Way Ahead, I intend to reach out to all chosen Healers, Teachers and Therapists, who, in the coming months will play a huge role in the shifts we are witnessing now.”
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.
Ujala is an autobiographical narrative of a girl’s journey from childhood to motherhood. This Bengali book depicts her journey through various phases of her life, filled with many moments of truth. She expresses her emotions as a daughter, a wife, and a mother and authentically narrates her experiences and exposures in life that helped her become a mature human being.
This is a true story, you can call it my life story and it is also related to the media. When I started traveling alone with a little girl, you can imagine how I would have managed my whole life. And I have tried to put some parts of my life in front of you.
This book lends a helping hand to all those frustrated teenagers who either get lost in the world of drugs or end their lives. Through this book, the author wants to convey her readers that we will get many ups and downs in our lives but we should not quit. All those who fight the circumstances and keep going find success.
Jyoti was struck by a life threatening chronic disease (IgA nephropathy) when she was a young student. It changed her life forever. She happens to have acquaintances with several patients and has observed that people who are diagnosed with diseases like these normally get demoralized and their families feel helpless. Not only the patients, we humans in general have the tendency to get depressed for silly reasons. The ailment or its solution is not in our hands but we can always opt to enjoy life with it. The book is about this way of life. It covers struggles and successes of Jyoti and her family. It traverses through her travel experiences, hobbies, love, married life and outlook towards IgA Nephropathy. She has written this to spread smiles and positivity and believes that it will be a good read for everyone.