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    The novel “Uthaman- The ideal” is the third work in his literacy venture. “Ramani”, “Vidhi Paraym Munpe” are his previous collections of short stories in Malayalam. Unadulterated realism with remarkable ease of reading makes the plot in this novel strong and interesting.

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    Stories with a moral have regaled children and adults alike and especially the children if the animal kingdom comes alive! The author’s early morning excursions in nature inspired the storytelling as also the need to conserve our wonderful natural habitats through stories like “The Woodcutter and The Fisherman”. Such stories are an attempt to encourage the children to bond with nature.Honesty, peaceful coexistence and hard work are virtues when imbibed and cultivated at a young age go a long way in moulding a child into a person of strength and character. Stories such as “Toto the weasel” bring home a lesson of equality among our brethren.The illustrations by the author himself will help in capturing the imagination of the readers.

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    Mahabharata is one of the two epics (Hindu Itihasa). The sage Vyasa dictated the verses and Lord Ganesha wrote them down with one of his tusks. Karma and Dharma play the main role in the Epic. It consists of 100000 verses and eighteen Parvas. Most of the Parvas are named after their constituent sub-Parvas. The story narrates the struggle between two groups of cousins Pandavas and Kauravas. It ends with the Kurukshetra war. It contains philosophical and devotional material. The main hero of the story is Lord Krishna. He teaches Gita to Arjuna. In Gita, Krishna teaches very simple methods to attain Moksha. The famous Vishnu Sahasranama was narrated by Bheeshma the Great grand gather of Kauravas and Pandavas in his death bed after he was defeated by Arjuna on the 10th day of the war. After the death of Krishna, the Kali-yuga started. The original name of the book was Jaya. Then it was renamed as Vijaya. The present name Mahabharata was derived from the great king Bharata, the son of Shakuntala.

    Mahabharatha by: Gowri Raman 360.00
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    Mischievious Zhintu goes on a solo adventure, traveling across the jungle to meet his grandpa. He encounters a hungry Lion. Will Zhintu be eaten up by the Lion? Or, will he figure out a way to save himself from the predator?

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    “Every word is the heart beat of my invisible emotions”.

    Chandani by: Kishan Singh Negi 159.00
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    My value is hidden in my karma!

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    Slices of Life’ is a collection of short stories or vignettes that provide an immersive and entertaining experience of diverse scenarios of life in motion. They are slivers of existence with the ingredients of plot and characters, sprinkled with human emotion, pervaded by the aroma of human dilemmas and served in the platter of lucid language. Sometimes searing with agony and often pervaded with beauty and yearning in the midst of travails in a contemporary or futuristic reality, they explore relationships and the human struggle to find meaning amidst chaos. They describe the consequences of our choices and characters who are at the threshold of a discovery or have reached the zenith of tolerance. The universal themes and enduring images of commonplace individuals in the swirl of life are embedded in a mixed bag of genres ranging from bathos and futuristic Sci-Fi to grim Realistic fiction and a suspenseful Whodunit.

    Slices of Life by: Richa Gupta 298.00
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    In the ancient lands of mystical India, where there are monsters and asuras. Rudra is an ordinary boy who lives with his friends and Guru Malleshwara in their settlement and learns the ancient art of fighting techniques, mantras and siddhi. The students live a very unremarkable life where their only adventure is learning yoga and meditation to develop siddhi. That is until Guru Malleshwara sends them on an epic journey and all hell breaks loose! Read and find out how Rudra discovers his true heritage at the Kingdom of Rudrabag, the reason behind his father’s mysterious death, who is out to kill him, and how he uncovers the most amazing secret of all time.

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    “Sometimes what we see is not for us but for someone else. All of us want to see
    our future. This is the only subject in which each and every one of us has
    immense interest. To know what is unknown.
    Fear of unknown sometimes excites us and sometimes we feel that why is it that
    we can’t see our future if we are trying hard day and night to give it a strong
    foundation?
    If we are aware of what is going to happen in our future then we would certainly
    work to make it better. We would certainly work to avoid mistakes etc. What if
    we are blessed to see the future of someone else?
    Here in this novel Henry, our protagonist has recently developed a power to
    visualise the forthcoming things and events which is going to occur in the life of
    a person whose clothes he wears.
    However those tragedies which he sees, he visualises and he sees himself in
    those visuals which he lately comes to know that is not of him, however the
    person of whom he has worn clothes.
    Henry is very simple, innocent and low profile clerk in Pandemonium
    enterprises (a public sector company). He is so simple and humble that even the
    peons of the office neglects his orders and that is why he is struggling with his
    self-respect and identity.
    Henry is very hardworking, sincere and loyal towards his work. He does not
    only completes his assignments on time however help the other office staffs
    whom he thinks are his friends, however they laugh at his back for his
    foolishness.
    Henry always thinks that why he is has a weak personality?
    Why people don’t take him seriously?
    What should he do more other than working hard in his job so that he gains
    respect? And suddenly he was awarded with this “Boon”.
    Will this “Boon” help in fetching Henry some fame.
    What will you do if you are blessed with this “Boon”.”

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    “Salswabhavi Uthaman – the deceptive title itself throws light into the characteristic of the protagonist and the plot in the novel. In Malayalam the name ‘Uthaman’ means an ideal man. This novel realistically exposes a false construct – Uthaman and the mutuality of such constructs and the societies. The novel reiterates that in a conducive environment evil flourishes like weeds in fertile soil. Uthaman is actually a silent villain, who exploited the weak and vulnerable ones and their emotions with knack of a wolf, but meets a tragic end, probably a deserving a fate.”

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    The variety and complications of the journey of life, gives privilege to dive into the depths of the ocean of experience. This journey of experience starts from childhood and till death always adds something new.During our childhood, we live in our own funny world, but some incidents also occurs which not only break our inner self, but it also keeps on piercing by making a twinge for a long time. In teenage, where we want to create a new sky for ourselves, we often get distracted by the opposite sex and deviate from our real goal, but if we find a good friend, then this attraction will also be transformed into our future building. It does, especially when that friend is our lover as well as also the guru.Every young person wants to get this love experience of life, whether that experience is painful or entertaining but this experience is enlightening. The experience is often your own, but the wider your contact, the more you get an opportunity to know about their experiences and when you start creating a story by immersing these experience in your imagination. This experience is stored as a golden memory for eternity.

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    Decency makes and ugly women beautiful but unshamed women Looks ugly no matter how beautiful she is Everyone must have heard this line and perhaps you will find an example of this in my book, but there is one more thing, we all have heard that there is a reason for everything to happen, there is a reason behind every human being existence and what he, now it is up to the understanding of people that even after knowing the story of human being, they judge him or not, and perhaps there is something similar in this book too, the story of the character Mohini of my book is also like that now you only have to tell whether she is beautiful or ugly.

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    ‘Winter Queen’ is the story of a prostitute, who dares to state unhesitatingly, ‘Out of all the visitors coming to this Bungalow, someone might be my real father and someone else might be my real brother…….. It might sound unpleasant, but can you tell with certainty that none of them had not slept with me for the night in their subsequent visits?” In the story ‘Anumeya’s Self-Portrait’ Anumeya is an effeminate character, devoid of virility. He couldn’t live with deception and ultimately had to commit suicide. ‘The Eyes’ is a psychological story. Elija’s psychology was devastated. The eyes transplanted on her blind husband Nirod was donated by a jailbird and her rapist. How that strong feeling of hate towards those eyes ultimately brought separation between Elija and her husband has been beautifully narrated in the story. The story of a royal breed bitch Rocky and its high society master in ‘The Path to Freedom’ speaks of an obsession with class difference. Each story is gripping and caters to a different taste. A rickshaw-puller Sania is temporarily swayed away by the beauty of a young girl. In the end he realizes his folly to finally come back to the truth of his life; his wife, in ‘The Colours of a Rainbow’. The reader is left with pure joy of reading a great literature. The surprising end in the story ‘Grandfather’s Beloved’ will definitely blow the reader out of his wits.

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    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

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    ‘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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    ‘Deep Ashaon Ka’ Literary Short Stories to serve a social purpose for the betterment of society

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    “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.”

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    “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.

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    “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.”

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    Kaali fell in love with a bandit who abducted her while a bandit attack on her village, living as his prisoner, she finds it mysterious and challenging to set with him on his farm on a secluded spot, in surrounding cohabitation of others.

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    “What is Love? Not even 10% people of this planet will give the same answer. Probably it has more
    meanings than any other English word.
    It took fifteen years for Digvijay to understand it’s true meaning and a cup of coffee for sidhesh Banerjee
    to know it’s worth!
    Who is sidhesh, and why is he so interested in Digvijay’s story? Is it out of his-own-interest or because of
    their mutual relation with a specific woman?
    Buckle up and endeavor a fifteen-year-old tale of love, life, hatred, family, emotions, friendship, success
    and failure!
    Based on true Incidents of every common’s life.”

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    “Curious, introverted, nine-year-old Paras, and his competitor but excellent, younger sister Paridhi; their supportive, serene, neglected, and despair mother, Jyotsna, and their cynical, demanding, aggressive, but, dignified father, Subhrat Kumar, lives in a prominent but conservative society, where people rarely talk to them for the sake of social favouritism, and not even they have been talking to their close neighbour for years. Why? How does everything change when Paras accidentally meets his neighbour boy in the park one day?”

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    Aadhi, Ram and Nidhi were playing at the beach. Nidhi spotted a Mermaid. All three of them went into the ocean to meet her. What happened next? Will they come back?

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    “An angle of terror seems interesting. Andrew is facing some weird situations which he might not expect. He found a diary and the mysteries covered him all around. God and the devil both participate in the story. They both tell him about the cruel world all around.

    The book especially is for teenagers as they face continuous mental and intellectual change in their life, and it might help them understand the worldly crisis all around.”

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    The story is regarding the beggars who were living by the side of big and wide sewage drain which was by side of main road. On the other side of road were big bungalows of big business people. One of the girl among the beggars was dreaming to marry a young man living in a bungalow. What happened to her dream? Whether she will marry him or she gets married to her childhood friend who loves him

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    “A story by Dr. Nirjaa Upaadhye

    This story is about a couple who had been through the best and the worst in their life and how they managed to get over it by implementing Affirmations & Manifestation techniques. They were drifted back and forth in the cobwebs of ill fate frequently. The only thing which was constant in their life was their togetherness. Their kids had a lot to learn from them. They had seen their parents cutting through the adversities and heading towards their goals.

    This story is you and me, this story is vis-a-vis with our struggle to fit in the Best lot of society, about the will power that is at times overshadowed with the dark clouds of pessimistic thoughts and self-doubt. This story is about our dreams and desires, our needs and wants, our expectations and failures, our hopes and disappointments

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    This story is about walking up and taking charge of your life, about being Yourself, about embracing all the good into your life. It’s about the magic that runs within you…Afterall, Thoughts are seeds!!

    There is also a dedicated section in the book for the readers to work upon their wishes and desires by following the given steps.”

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    “This story focuses on two things:
    1. No matter how much success a person can achieve in his life, but no one can move ahead by forgetting his origin.
    2. If a group of humans reaches the culmination of humanity, then they can make everything possible. “

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