Pakhi, written by Rajiv Sinha, depicts the crying soul of a girl who gets separated from her love. The book describes the condition of today’s pure heart youth who gets detached from their partners. The book not only describes the scene in front of reader’s eyes but will also touch his heart. The author very well highlights the kind feeling of young college girls. Rajiv Sinha in his book has described the present scenario of our society and has tried his best to present the cruel caste system which prevents two pure souls to become one.
The novel talks about the deep-rooted patriotism in the heart of the soldiers. It narrates the journey of a soldier and how even after sacrificing his life for his nation, he is there to protect his motherland. To know how, flip the pages and read.
For all wants to fly high in the open sky! Similar to that of a caged bird, I am trapped in a matrix of life. When outside, I feel the importance of open air but the companion I want has a dream to fly in a different sky. This little bird changed mine as well yours life forever. Do you want to know what change is it? Story which is not about life, but has life in it!
This is a story of some extraordinary people of a regular Indian market. The story revolves around the two main characters, Raghu a Hindu boy and Shabbo a Muslim girl, both young shopkeepers of the local MANGAL BAZAAR. Shabbo’s gorgeous smile meant everything to Raghu and so was his love to her. Their honesty and responsibility towards their parents imposed an unsaid love. The love that craved togetherness, was desisted by the walls of religion. The walls, which, at least in our country, has managed to stay unbroken. Such love, as witnessed by the time, has always paid a price, a steep price. The story of two inseparable hearts and their sacrifices.
How difficult it becomes for the soul to be in a raped body. The ire, the agony and the utter disgrace almost kill it. What’s left behind is a body that merely survives. “That one incident, took away my pride, my security, my virginity and my care free life..” Ananya, like any other girl, never thought it will happen to her. The world she believed in was torn apart into pieces. Rape was not the worst thing that happened to her, life had a lot more in store… She is in an unending race to find her identity back. Where will her struggle for the solace and tranquility, lead her? Will she remain a VICTIM or will she be a SURVIVOR?
Imran is a handsome yet shy guy from Delhi. Megha is amongst the prettiest of the pretty girls of the school. They fall in love and get together what you call as “dating”. But to the utmost dismay, destiny has something else planned for them. Love, the most fragile feeling is rebelling against a social stigma. Loving someone of another religion is considered as a heinous crime. What they planned, got shattered. How does it all go about? How does the destiny hit these two lovers? Will they be together? Ever or forever…?
This book is written by a young writer narrating her own experiences of life, her struggle trials & tribulations. This gives a ring side view of challenges faced by the present generation in the most important phases of their life and puts their viewpoint in proper perspective. The options are galore, and so are the expectations from everybody. It becomes difficult to decide which is heavier – the burden of expectations or the mound of tasks to be completed. The writer finally finds a way out of the maze of possible options and makes a satisfying career for herself. The story is real and honest first hand experience of a young girl written with a no holds barred attitude. ” The story is coming straight from the heart of the writer; meant to go straight to the heart of the reader.” A must read for the young generation and their parents who can visualize their own struggle in the story…
17-year-old Vanya is convinced that the last person on earth whom she would pick as a friend is Aarav – her least favorite and arrogant classmate. But you don’t get to choose your fate, do you? One moment Aarav is alive, and the next thing he knows, an accident has turned him into a half-ghost. The only person who can see him happens to be Vanya. Irritated by this messy situation, Vanya has no option other than to bear the presence of the annoying ghost of Aarav. When a girl with a complicated life and the ghost of a charming boy are thrown in together, romantic and funny moments are bound to follow. Welcome to the crazy world of Vanya and her half-dead friend.
The characters in Across Seven Seas find themselves dealing with the challenges of their emotions, needs, and desires within the tapestry of their upbringing, values and the viewpoint of those around them. She thought all white-skinned men were interested only in one-night stand relationships, though proficient yet high handed and autocratic. He considered all Indians to be intrusive, wanting to know of personal details like marital status, salary, preferences immediately after first introduction. Thinking that if he allowed the take-it-easy attitude of most Indians to prevail, he will never get the work finished and head home made him taciturn. His authoritativeness became his tool of getting work done, a dead fiancé made Anita not only live in past but also becomes bitter and an introvert. Reticence was her armor for defense. He became dictatorial and she rebellious. The novel Across Seven Seas is set in the early eighties, when computers were still a novelty in India and mobile phones were unheard of. Love was still being expressed through real roses, and not the virtual cut-and-pasted ones, as is being done these days.
“Something sinister is afoot in Rajasthan. An organized sex syndicate uses cattle hormone to ‘develop’ kidnapped young girls into women and forcing them into flesh trade.” Such headlines would make any reader shudder. So would Shadows At Dusk, as this novel exposes and bemoans horrendous acts being perpetrated on girls and women. The story unfolds the life of a middle-aged woman, masseur by profession, who relives her anguished trajectory rendering an insightful narrative that showcases not only the pain of an archetypal Indian woman, but also throws spotlight on the plight of well-heeled urban women through her close interaction with them. It becomes poignantly ironic when she deciphers such uncomfortable similarities in the lives of these women despite their privileged social and economic backgrounds. Neelmani Bhatia has penned this book for every woman who has suffered since Eve walked the planet earth, for her ability to break the conventional shackles, and hail the woman power – the power to make sacrifices, the power to abrogate her own identity, the power to make men feel powerful so that they could achieve greater heights. That is, the power of silent suffering. Though a work of fiction, it could serve as referral for sociological study! There is no pretension of subverting the cultural myths. All those who want to unravel the mystic India, see the real India and rather delve into the heart and hearth of the Indian women, who have to grapple with elephantine problems ranging from infanticide, honour killing to caste and class discrimination, would be drawn to its absorbing pages.
An uneducated village girl goes on a honeymoon trip with her husband in 1983 and in an unexpected turn of events she gets separated from her husband in a far away land without any companion. Will she be able to survive and get back to her loved ones?
Tushar and Sameer lived with their mother Narmada in a small town of Maharashtra. Tushar was born with the gift of scientists’ and engineers’. His dire conditions inspired him to engineer a water tank inside a flowing river, underneath a mountain, to provide drinking water for the entire village. But his love for a Brahmin girl and his search for success lead him to the crossroads of life and death. Tushar’s elder brother Sameer showcases to the world the true talent of Tushar. Big engineers from all across the world came to the small village to buyout Tushar’s project from Sameer. Sameer with the support of public becomes a national hero and decides to fight for the cause of language uniformity in the country. Sameer fights against the age-old systems and politicians to bring about a revolution. After seeing Sameer’s popularity some youth approach him with the biggest problem in this country – Reservation. Reservation was meant to be a boon for the lower castes but now it has turned into a curse for the truly talented Indian. Because at every step, right from school to jobs the lower castes have been granted the privileges while the deserving candidates are shortchanged. Sameer decides to tackle the wild and old beast of Reservation by its horn and jumps into the socio-political arena. Will Sameer march with 50 lakh Indians into the parliament to get what he always wanted? Will Sameer become the revolutionary that his brother always dreamed about? To find the answers, read Brother’s Revenge. Manoj Puthran is an Indian writer. This is his second book after ‘1983 Love Story’ which was published last year.
The story ‘Illusion of Friendship’ includes conflicts of caste between dull old-folks and the new generation. The devastation of an imaginary town called Cannapur had created poignant circumstance among the youngsters. The events developed through the conversation among the people in various festivals, in social functions, which brought this blissful environment into this fictitious story. Entrepreneurs, musical bands, businessmen of myriad handcrafted goods and some energetic youngsters improved un-inhabited areas of the village Narayanpore. It is like a picturesque story. ‘Though career is most important, but there are lot to achieve before marriage’- said a youngster. This book enquires the essence of the environment and discusses the relation between culture and lifestyle. A vivid and enduring tale, the story is an imaginative mind working at its best, which brings out less-known facts about the circumstances at its best in which we live. The fiction depicts the situation of the present world and the events of a story as a social message especially for the youngsters.
“Forget about me, erase me, and don’t even think back. Because one day when you let your mind slips, you will remember me and realize that you should have held on. I will wait till the day I can forget you or the day you realize you can’t forget me” ~unknown As earth is round, we leave the person with the thought not to meet them again but as we are in a circle of earth and finally you found that it’s the same starting place where you ended up. She was Pursuing B-Tech from Noida and was enjoying her college life. One day she got a friend request from a guy on FB. Their friendship turns into love. It was the most amazing moments of her life but after a month everything gets changed forever. Sometimes some stories are too short to elaborate A tragedy changed everything. She struggled, cried and did everything she could to bring him back but he was gone by then.. She waited for his return , nothing happened but one day…
This is a book about events that have shaped a country’s opinions and here I am raising them as I have felt about them with a second opinion thrown in from the media or/and the internet opinion boards and sites. I think it’s important to think alike even when we are on the back burners and these topics have shaped us and impinged on the country’s thinking in the past decade or two. I hope to be read and introspected as much as possible for the true worth of a book is in the hands of the reader. I hope you will like it and also mention to your friends the variety of opinions from “Petrol by water” to the ” The Doyen and the Sea”
The story rightly depicts what a man is capable of if he is pushed to his limits. Story of an orphan boy, who turns criminal and an extremely feared gangster. Who was to be blamed for this? He? Society? Circumstances? A very thrilling read.
Akshat, a small town boy moves to Noida. The journey of him trying to adjust to this new world… The Pain of different situations in life which breaks his friendship with his childhood friend Meera and due to some other adverse conditions he starts believing that friends stand nowhere in front of lovers. Away from parents, missing them and expecting a lot from friends and at last feeling hurt and lost on not getting any of those expectations fulfilled. A story of friendship, trust, expectations and the stupid mulish ego which doesn’t allow them to talk. FINDING WAYS TO MOVE ON IN LIFE AFTER ACCEPTING THE TRUTH.
Autowriting is purely a spiritual exercise meant for receiving messages from the soul world. I have been helping the disheartened and distressed people coming to me seeking messages from their near and dear ones who have departed from this world. I have been communicating with souls for the last over 16 years to cheer and give hope to those who genuinely seek this guidance from the soul world.
Assume: your academic records to be…. Sr. Secondary- Excellent! IIT Graduate- Great! MBA- Superb! Eventually………the day arrives which would give you a lucky chance that can make all your dreams come true.You sleep comfortably with those amazing notions. The very next day when your eyes open…..you realize, destiny has taken you too far from your love and life……. How would you react when all your hard works raze, your dreams annihilate and life is ruined, just because of your worldliness? How would you feel when your goodness becomes your evil…….? Sometimes, life has a different story than one’s plans…… Welcome to “Chance – A tale of Love, Luck & Life “; the story of Samar, who plans a beautiful life with his love Subhanshree. He endeavours for a bright future as he wants to marry her. Finally, he gets a chance to make his dreams come true. Oh…! His luck startle unforeseen. He has to choose between love and life. Now, it’s easy to die but hard to live…… What will happen to his career, love and life? Will he get a chance again, to procure all the happiness back to his life? Anupam Pravakar details an enthralling story about love, luck and life in this so-called liberal world.
“I am finding an unknown sea which always remains unknown to me too.” An abnormal boy of 19 wanted to write a story, a fiction which was never created or read in any of the stories, and in greed of which he made a mistake, a mistake to take up a real life story and making it a fictitious one which just made me write. ‘I had always thought that my character, in fiction, would be the finest of all. But I was astonished when I saw that the character made by my character was finer than the finest and that thing, really, makes me think of it as the.. “WORST TO WRITE”.
PRESIDING BABU is the story of a brave government officer who discharged his duties in election in challenging conditions as a presiding officer at a poll booth and faced severe problems. This is indeed an attempt to look at the other side of the democracy as how the lives of people are risked in the name of democracy. Dr. Ranjit Singh is a well-known figure in the field of Commerce and Management education. After authoring several books like ‘Business Environment’, ‘Indian Financial System’, ‘Financial Statement Analysis’, ‘Great Financial Crises of the World’ and many more research papers in the area of Management especially Financial Management, ‘Presiding Babu’ is his first fiction writing.
A flower, blossomed in the mid of our collapsed lives in the blanket of poverty, that’s one and only our precious gift and proof which connects our scattered lives. . . How may I let it fade?
‘’ It is like producing sweet harmony of a flute , how could I let it slow. . .?’’
But it was PHD Sahab who was educated, was a professor of a college. . .How could he do such a big mistake ? But happened. . .
Some people looked it as his compulsion and someone said it as his debauchery. . .
Most of people called—‘’ PHD Sahab became mad in this age. . .’’
But friends! I know, after getting indulged and knowing all, sure you will justify all characters. .
The story starts with the lion’s baby Mady, who is the future king and inherits the war skills from his father who is the king of the jungle but for some reason, he begins to feels dreaded for the forest. Mady’s childhood passes with elephants and good and bad experiences of life. He becomes a warrior and a king who stands with his father to make the forest a happy place to live in.
He continued-“Everyone in this world is born idiots. Do you remember the days when you were manufactured, the days when the software of emotional judgement was installed in your body? When are they getting updates or even if they are the right ones? The one who hasn’t examined the world by his own eyes is obviously a mad person,” he said. My temper got down in front of his anger. “I couldn’t get you,” I said, softly. He giggled a little and said- “Do you remember your childhood? Umm.. you must be remembering..of course. Well, I do remember mine. Let me tell you my manufacturing story.
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The book describes the everyday life of an Indian lady. It describes different roles taken up by her. It narrates the difficulties faced by every Indian lady and how they tackle it efficiently. The book has been written with an intention of women empowerment.
Pain of losing someone is not that much easy to move on our life, it takes time for everything to set right but, when we take suggestions from our well-wishers we may lose pain for 40% , when we were with our family we may lose pain for 60 % but when you guide yourself , support yourself, wake up yourself ……then you lose your pain completely because, you know everything about you then others , your conscious , your mind are with you , so wake up yourself push your body towards activeness , towards sprit of success , just think where you are , where you dream to be and make sure success is not a choice its, a chance till the last breath .
The novel predominantly deals with the element of misunderstanding. In our everyday lives too, we misunderstand many situations and suffer a lot of due to it. This story narrates a life of a girl which is spoiled due to misunderstandings. What are these misunderstandings?
This book is the collection of stories which contains the sweet and sour memories of the family, dedication of mother towards her children’s, behavior of the son towards his old parents, mutual relationship between friends, adjustments of husband and wife, understanding between lovers. All these aspects are very well trailed by the author in her story and knitted then as beats of rosary.
We all are little broken. But the last time when I checked broken colours, still colour remains the same…
Such was a broken colour named Annupama. A butterfly which came out of the cocoon to fly with its colourful wings. However, she was shown a limited sky.
Annupama, a woman full of dreams, a hope for a successful career, and a lovely soul. But life planned something vicious for her. Something unexpected that was not easy to digest. A noble soul trapped in bitter luck. But accepting and giving the best solution to any challenges in spite of being hated, thrown out and disrespected, she did the best for the ones that were in her life.
She lost the people whom she loved the most, from whom she would get the best of the love. It’s not easy to love the ones knowing that they would not revert. Sometimes the strongest amongst us are the ones who smile through the silent pain, cry behind closed doors and fight the battles that nobody knows about…
“Love always had us one, reason tore us into you and me.”
Saleem finds himself in a quandary. He feels let down by fate. He seems to envision mysterious signs too. The early events in his life have dented his psyche by far. Interestingly, in his later life, he happens to meet a man, an enigmatic mystic, who seems to know more deeply and profoundly about life and signs. Saleem comes to know about the signs in the Wulsar and the Shikara, about the oar and the pearl in the lakebed.
Amidst all this, he staggers from signs to spoils. He suffers from indecisiveness and becomes fearful of losing his love, Shahana. And, then, he comes to know about something bygone that alters his perception about his own life and providence. He attempts to change course but finds himself confronted with overwhelming challenges. A lot is at stake for him. What happens from then on shall engage and shake you to the core.