The life of a downtrodden dyslexic boy Dhruv and his passion to inspire the world with his music takes a U-turn, when a powerful humanoid Rakshasa conspires a cataclysmic world war that threatens the very existence of mankind. Narrated as a neo-realistic adventure, the book is a magnum opus with a powerful humanoid, cosmic manipulation, super powers, zombies and deadly conspiracies stirred up with elements of hope, motivation and the love of music.
The Scattered Leaves is Dr. Hussain’s fifth anthology of his rendering of Urdu stories into English. These stories are written by some of the finest and most well-known writers of the language today – including Shafi Mashhadi, Zakiya Mashhadi, Shomail Ahmed, Shaukat Hayat, Hussain-ul Haq, Abdus Samad, and Qasim Khursheed. The stories lead us into a world shaped by the inner and outer conflicts that have wrecked the provincial lives of people, but in doing so they reveal the larger social, moral, and political chaos that has devastated the lives of ordinary men and women in the Indian sub-continent. Ultimately, they testify to the depth of the human life and reflect upon its mysteries. These short stories masterfully lay bare the whole fabric of Indian society. They capture the dilemmas that the characters find themselves in, and a terrible sense of alienation – both within and without – that defines the existential crises they are going through. This anthology presents to the perceptive English reader a selection of stories comparable in excellence to short fiction written in any other language.
Everyone needs atleast one friend in his/her life with whom he/she can share each and everything without the fear of being judge and still by knowing everything about you stands by your side. A true friend is the greatest gift of our life which is hard to find and once you get never let him go. ‘A friend in need is a friend indeed’ this famous quote completely accomplishes the meaning of true friendship as true friends are always stand by you when you are in need. Friends who prove the closest, dearest, loyal, faithful and the best companion are called true friends. This book revolve around the story of Kiara, the one who is very bold, caring , empathetic and passionate about her life and her friends. In this book you will get to know about how she met her friends in school and that friendship becomes tragedy. After seeing multiple faces of people, she met some permanent ones.
A well-known radio jockey, Tyasha, working in a radio channel named ‘the deadly feelings,’ has a guest everyday coming up to share their stories. One day, Netra and Junaid share their friendship’s memoir from 2 years old to forever. There were many waves in their ocean of feelings, but once there was a tsunami that ruined everything. Then, Netra needed a hope to rebuild it, and that hope was Taman. In the process of rebuilding, there were many questions raised about her by the society, and one question from her father made her speak till an extent where no other girl could. Would she be able to manage everything? If she could, then would it be too late to realize? Does this story have a happy ending or will it come to a tragic end? Read the full story waiting for you inside this cover…
Ismen Nari Abla nahin hai Balki vah prakrati ki Adhishthatri Durga ka rup hai,
Nirbhaya, Twinkal Sharma kand se Desh me Aakrosh,kranti aa jati hai,
Ek pak Ladaki Bharat ke Ladke se pyar karti hai jisase Pak me kohram Mach Jata hai.prakrati ke prati sanvedansheel banane ki jarurat Ko dikhaya gaya hai.
A famous reporter, Binay Gautam, of News channel ‘India ahead of times’ dies in a birthday party of Brigadier N C Ukshana; but later in the autopsy report it was found that he was murdered through poisoning. Police starts investigation but could not find how he was poisoned as poison was not found in any of the food or beverage. Afraid and shocked with the murder in his house, brigadier approaches Nayak for this mysterious murder and request him for investigating the case privately since Nayak has solved many such cases earlier while in police service and got recognition for that. Nayak denied the proposal as being jaded with the crime investigation he has taken leave from police services to keep himself aloof from such things but he has to agree after strong persuasion by his friend Dave Mistry who is an avid reader of detective novels and thinks investigation will be fun like the detective stories he has read. Nayak informs him about the risk and problems in bringing out any information from anyone without any legal authority to interrogate but he had to submit against the constant pestering of Dave and Brigadier. Binay Gautam was a courageous reporter who had always spoken against the ruling party government despite getting threats from them. That is why Minister Satish Thakur is first suspect of the murder. Murder of reporter is taken as a step to muzzle independent voice as many other reporters have also been killed in the past and it created widespread protest by the people transforming into sporadic violence at some places. Investigation went through many twist and turns and finally what came out was shocking.
Military intelligence officer Major Mohit is concerned about a deadly plan of the enemy. But he doesn’t have much knowledge and wants to know what the plan is. For this, he has to unravel a mystery. His fiancée, Major Jiya, a doctor in the military base hospital Delhi, feared losing him. She tries to stop him but when their country is threatened with an attack, they sacrifice their love, life and whatever they can for their country.
‘Is there any dead end on life’s highway? A moment where everything seems to pause forever. A place where life turns into a suffocating black hole making everything meaningless? Is there? Or is the dead end just an extremely real illusion? An illusion asking you to look close inside yourself and find the light that will lead you through.’ A tragic accident leaves Sharan on the crossroads of life from where darkness is all he can see. Unsure of his direction, Sharan sets on an undecided, unknown journey — partly to heal his pain, partly to run away from it. It is on this journey that he encounters his ‘Panch- mahabhuta’, his five teachers who change his life forever. Five ordinary people with extraordinary stories. Set in the beautiful landscape of Himanchal ‘Sunrise Beyond the Dead End’ is a story that will leave its readers introspecting their own lives and valuing its simple joys.
‘Yuvarth’ is the book written by an young writer Nitin mohan dehariya who is just 21 years old working as a abvp’s student activist from 6 years and this book is totally according to his experience of this whole 6 years , in this book he had explained the whole scenario of youth era in india , the power , caliber , ability and capability of indian youth which indians have from hundreds of years , but today’s youth are totally unaware about this pride , and that is the main content of book “yuvarth” totally all about the trye meaning of nationalism and patriotism that only rhythming bharat mata ki jay is not a nationalism , it’s about living for the country and working for the society to empower the nation and the democracy , also this book contains the meaning of true healthy politics which is the blood flow of the democracy and it as a duty of every single youth of india ..
Prince Dhruv of the Kingdom of Avanti falls in love seeing the beautiful Princess Kamalini while on a visit to the Kingdom of Panchala. However, Zakar, the evil Magician, abducts the Princess. Dhruv vows to rescue the Princess from the clutches of Zakar. Will Dhruv and his friends succeed against the magic and guile of Zakar?
Based on a true incident .
Journey starting from a school
life ,connecting strangers on a
random call who eventually
turns out to be Love birds.
A beautiful long distance
relationship which has
romance, fun, fights , flaws,
lots of nattering ,laughs and
From meeting after 3 years for
the first time to an almost
gloomy deteriorated phase
after few years ,lets take a
ride to explore what twist and
turn this love story holds.
Marriage; Marriage is a sacred bond that allows two known, unknown man and woman to live together so that they can share each other’s happiness, sorrow and not wander the wrong path.
There are two types of marriage : arranged marriage and love marriage. Now, if you separate the word “arrange” from arranged marriage, and the word “love” from the love marriage; Then it just be a marriage. But Friends, It is just a matter of saying. Marriage be a love marriage or arrange marriage, love should never be taken out of it. Otherwise, marriage doesn’t remain a marriage, it becomes a problem.
Now, if marriage be an arranged marriage then everyone seems happy; But if this is a love marriage then don’t ask….
And try or make love marriage in India; Both means calling a merciless death from the society. We all know it as Honour Killing.
But this time something will happen in the story which will change the mindset of society about the love marriage.
Sierra was unable to find a mate. At the age of 26, she was still single, and had resigned to the fact of her relationship status. Yet, she was struggling to match pace with others in her quiet, monotonous, and lonesome life. She falls in love with Rukmi, a shopkeeper at her grandfather’s local grocery store, who had been a working partner of the shop for the past decade. Sierra, unaware of the arrangement between her grandfather and the handsome Rukmi, finds it difficult to mend things with the imposing and handsome employee-turned-active business partner after getting married to him…
Dream Catcher. It catches your bad dreams. But Fazal Bashir never wanted one.
Tasted the fruits of success quite early for his age, the billionaire Fazal Bashir is intrigued by the veiled lady of his dreams, who always begs for his help to save her. As it is proved, people close to God are tested; likewise, a new problem is waiting for Fazal which will force him to look into his past.
Beyond Our Melancholy is a young adult spiritual romance novel, a story which puts you on thinking about life and its intricacies.
A major tragedy in a boy’s life forces him to complete his education from a school where he never desired to return due to a few bitter memories of past. When he had no option other than that, he decided to bring out good from whatever he had. With his will power and hard work, he started gaining success and popularity. Finally, nature created coincidences which let him utilize his popularity for becoming the head of students. His continued effort and presence in city brought him in the eyes of many personalities, who wanted him to be in politics.
Later when he met a huge failure in his life, he found himself alone and hopeless. This situation forced him to meet a friend, whom he had not talked from past few years. When both, only due to obligation, decided to spend some time with each other, faced unexpected trouble. They both together fought out that tragedy, which strengthened their bond and faith in each other.
“To love and be loved was my only desire. I could see my emotions burning like a fire. Wrapped under my own skin, I desired to embrace someone within. But it seems, the thought was a sin.”
“Time marched and along with the time my anxiety aggravated. I glanced the clock and the door, time stretched some more. Till the candles fluttered their last breath, the room turned dark as they were put to death.”
“It was not about money. It was about myself. It was not about money. It was about my identity. It was not about money. It was about my pride.”
Join the trio, Three Young Women: Geetika, Sampoorna and Smriti, on their journey of life.
A story that talks about the physical and emotional needs of a woman.
A story that talks about the struggle of being a good wife.
A story that talks about the high ambitions and work-life balance of a woman.
This is the story of Adibya. A girl who wants to live a simple life and who loves her family very much. But there are two other people in his life besides his family who completely change his life.
In ‘Who Cares?’ I welcome you all. It is the story of Adibya, Anshika and Rishi who try to change the thinking of the society which might not be there in the society while struggling with the difficulties in their life. Will Adibya, Anshika and Rishi be able to convince the society that if we do not warn today, tomorrow it will be even more frightening?
Are you also ready to support Adibya, Anshika and Rishi?
The book “Aaina Ke Piche ka sach” witness the undirectional and meaningless development occurring in our society.
We the public of a country pays a less attention towards the endless destroying conditions of our society and political sector. Our political sector and society represents a mirror whose backside had not been paid attention from a very long time and dust, creepy insects and rust is now a part of it.
This book also contains a great spiritual poems, which leads us to containment.
This book of Therapeutical Concepts in Yoga deals with Yogic Therapy, the principles on which they are based, and the scientific background of the same. The therapy can have real practical value, provided its principles are not mixed up with those of some other therapy. Even in some of the modern schools of Yoga, one finds a strong tendency and temptation to mix these up, either perhaps with an innocent view to obtain sanction or to add ‘elegance’ to demonstrations. Medical men, on the other hand, are prone to look upon the system as some form of special ‘exercises’ therapy. The Yogic therapeutical procedures do contain some exercises, but it is to be noted that the physiology of ordinary dynamic and violent exercises cannot be applied to them. Yogic therapy, however, does not consist of mere exercise; it is a composite treatment procedure which pays attention to all aspects of human personality. We, in our Health Centres, attempt to hit at a fair combination of both, and have found that such a procedure expedites results. Patanjali Yoga demands more or less an individual approach. With Hatha Yoga exercises, once the tensions are broken, it is easy to bring out the deep-seated repressions of patients and deal with them appropriately.
“Oh God, it’s high time you do something about it. It’s not 1864 that he will court you for months and months without actually doing anything about it,” Piya said exasperatedly. “Well, I like this, the courtship thing,” Nikita said avoiding Piya’s stern look. “This isn’t a fairytale,” Piya said. Nikita always believed in fairytales and romance, like it’s depicted in books. But then reality set in and she faced ups and downs making her belief in fairytales fade away. Will she ever believe in fairytales again? Does her prince charming actually exist? Will she find her true love in the face of this reality? Or will she settle for an arranged marriage and forget it all?
You might have come across at least one girl in school who immediately caught your eye because of how ‘odd’ she was. She was isolated from the others, didn’t talk much, and showed ‘twisted’, contrasting behaviour, sometimes. Almost everyone took immense pride in wounding her for no apparent reason. She was the ‘Class Freak’. You might have wondered what went on in her head, if she really was ‘complex’, if she really perceived the world ‘differently’ and, most importantly, why you, despite being the nicest person on planet Earth, couldn’t be ‘civ’ to her. This book attempts to answer some of the above-mentioned questions and gives you a chance to compare and contrast your views on life, love and society with hers.
” loot ki daulat ” is a thriller family drama novel.Its a healthy entertainment for all age groups,full of emotions. It’s a story that will make you smile, make you laugh, make you sad,make you cry, but finally make every reader feel happy with a deep breath.
Myra Neyman is a psychologically ill patient with a dream of becoming an author of a bestseller. Her family is absolutely unaware of her hidden talent, that is also the cause of her hallucinations. Paradox happens together. The writer finds a platform for herself to achieve her dream, contradicting the doctors who warn the parents against the ill effects that the fantasy world would have on her. She is torn between choosing her family and chasing her dream. This is the journey of how Myra does wrong to prove all wrongs wrong. Even as a successful writer, she is unable to stay happy. Then what else was her dream, she questions herself. By taking a reverse odyssey, she realizes the unexpected. Read this psychological thriller to find out what actually was her dream with a hidden moral!
This is the Malayalam translation of ‘The world of Jinn and Devils’ of Dr. Umar Sulaiman Al Ashqar, originally written in Arabic language, ‘Aalamul Jinn Wa Shayateen’. This book covers a number of issues by which the devils mislead humans. They include: The causes for the enmity between man and devil; The methods of Satan in misleading mankind; Devil’s leaders in the battle and his soldiers; Devils appearing like humans and talking to humans and the evil that results from such interaction; Sorcerers relationship with the devils; The extent to which the jinn have knowledge of the unseen and the evil that is the result of people believing that jinn do have knowledge of the unseen; The jinn and unidentified flying objects; The weapons that a believer must have in his struggle against devil are defined; Discussed the wisdom behind the creation of Devils.
CHANDRA BHOLA is my first imagine story. This imagine story is on one proverb in Hindi “Chandre Ki Pandrah Bhole Ki Solah” means in English that: “Fifteen to Clever Sixteen to Simple.”
MIA-IN ANOTHER DIMENSION is the first book of a fiction series by RACHNA ARYA. This book is the story of incidents that take place in the life of Mia, who is an independent and bold girl who always stays happy and cool. She believes in the power of the mind and personality. But one day, some unusual incident happens to her, which changes her whole mindset to see the world and its truth. Now the question arises…will she be able to fight and maintain her personality towards the respective changes?
This book was written adding some imaginative thought to true incidents occurred between June 25,1975 to March 21,1977 during 21 months of emergency period in our country. It’s hard to imagine the hardships people had faced during this period of adversity.In such situations, the fight a father had put up for his son is this once upon a memory.If a boy, born in middle class who wasn’t aware of outside world except his family and friends goes missing, the agony faced by his parents had been penned down in this book.Names, characters, businesses, places, events, locales, and incidents used in this book are not meant to hurt any beliefs.
This book is best for all classes of age to increase knowledge about wealth
or money because In today's changing environment, there has been a lot of
change in the mentality of the people, where there is worship of wealth only
and there is no respect of human being. People have become so
engrossed in their wealth that there are no emotions for human beings. The
person who has the money, people gives respect, while the poor who do
not have the money, they understand two cowry and keep making fun of
him every time. while money is just a resource Is in form which helps to
fulfill the requirements of everyday but money not only everything There is
such a place in the earth where people are living very happy, depending on
the nature without any money, such as in some African countries, tribal
society which is cut off from modern society, in the same way, the sentinel
island located in Andaman Nicobar island in India. In the Sentinel Island,
ancient tribal groups live for thousands of years, they probably do not even
know about the name of which bird of money but today is the period of
competition in modern human society where it went only remained
important as money has no value to Humans. so I would like to say every
people in this world is unique and you do not compared people with money
because a one day money does not come in use but a ordinary man come
with use in difficult situation. Money is important but human being is also an
importance. So to respect every person and do not comparison with
money. My whole phenomenon is in this book to realize live with joy and
happy all the people in this world.
This book is a compilation of stories. This compilation is an amalgam of five different plots. Based on the beautiful and serene Uttrakhand, these stories give us the insight about the struggles of the women from the Mountains. Every tale is penned to bring forward the hard word, courage and scuffle of women. Not only this, the stories channel us through the enchanting and scenic Uttrakhand. This compilation is a wonderful source of information if one needs to learn about Uttrakhand, its beauty and its cultures.
Ever thought that you have no limits? If the right opportunity comes your way, you are going to outshine everyone else? This story deals with these questions, but instead of an opportunity, it entails a drunken call that shoves you down a trap so deep, that the only way out seems to be to go deeper and deeper. “A fallen angel still gets Hell to rule”. Even in the most atrocious situations, careful planning and perceptive strategies will let you defy all odds. This story encompasses the imperativeness of family, the power of money, the leverage of corruption, the loopholes of the Constitution and love, betrayals, elections, fear, loyalty, courtrooms, hackers, friendships, and how they can bring down a country to its knees, and how anyone with the right resources and the precision of time can rule it, while the common man believes that it is a government of the people, by the people and for the people. A rational mind said, “Profit is the reward for risk taken.” When you are so far down the rabbit hole, you can give up hope and lose, or you can double down the stakes and at least hope to come out victorious. This story takes you through the journey of someone from running a business to running a country. It involves grandiose scenes of suspense, which are going to give you goosebumps and appease your brain. At the end, you will just be craving for more as this is not the end, but just the beginning. Trust me, the Brits are coming.