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  • Babruvahana by: GANDRATE NEEL KAMAL 254.00

    3152 BC. Vast lands of Bharatkanda in possession. Yet, the desire to conquer new lands has not died down. Battle for survival and battle between ideals were rampant. Amidst such upheaval, destiny has its own play. Destiny brought those two lives together. A man of valour, wielder of divine weapons, and a man of courage, unyielding to tyranny. Their paths have to cross each other. Memory fades, but never the truth. Truth can be concealed, but cannot be wiped out. Truth bridges together their destinies.

    Join the journey of Babruvahana. The journey intensified with Love and the battles, varied emotions and tough choices. And unravel the camouflaged mysteries yourself

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    The book focuses on the official attitude of the post-colonial nation-state in India towards the child during the period from 1947 to 1979 and engages with the concept of the child in relation to state policy. With this focus on state policy, the book explores how important was the question of the child in the Indian nation-state’s governance and agenda of development. Finally, the book attempts to find out whether the attitude of the dominant class in India, as reflected in official policies, effectively recognised the child as a rights bearing person.

    Child rights in India 1947-79 by: Dr. Samiparna Rakshit 300.00

    The book focuses on the official attitude of the post-colonial nation-state in India towards the child during the period from 1947 to 1979 and engages with the concept of the child in relation to state policy. With this focus on state policy, the book explores how important was the question of the child in the Indian nation-state’s governance and agenda of development. Finally, the book attempts to find out whether the attitude of the dominant class in India, as reflected in official policies, effectively recognised the child as a rights bearing person.

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    I am writing this when rains have hit the floor. Hence, my heart screams to get drench in the magical rain. But here I am stuck by my window feeling the fresh fragrance of petrichor and thinking
    about all that has happened during the pandemic. Maybe, it was an opportunity to understand,
    experience, and quarantine into the harsh reality of whatever was happening around. Even I had my
    dilemmas, but I battled them and read the sacred ‘Bhagavad Gita’ that gave me answers to my real-
    life problems. Yes, this inside battle was just like the outside war that was happening everywhere.
    From wearing masks to making sanitization as our mandatory habit, we kind of absorbed this new
    life. During this process, I went on learning stories from this real-world and decorated them in my
    own words. Also, this book talks about our #RealLifeHeroes that had to head out during the
    lockdown for creating a world of love and kindness. So, people reading this, get ready to quarantine
    yourselves again and rediscover the real flavors of this life through my lens and the sacred learnings
    from the pious ‘Bhagavad Gita’…

    The 2020 QuaranTime (Hardback) by: Chaitali bangre 288.00

    I am writing this when rains have hit the floor. Hence, my heart screams to get drench in the magical rain. But here I am stuck by my window feeling the fresh fragrance of petrichor and thinking
    about all that has happened during the pandemic. Maybe, it was an opportunity to understand,
    experience, and quarantine into the harsh reality of whatever was happening around. Even I had my
    dilemmas, but I battled them and read the sacred ‘Bhagavad Gita’ that gave me answers to my real-
    life problems. Yes, this inside battle was just like the outside war that was happening everywhere.
    From wearing masks to making sanitization as our mandatory habit, we kind of absorbed this new
    life. During this process, I went on learning stories from this real-world and decorated them in my
    own words. Also, this book talks about our #RealLifeHeroes that had to head out during the
    lockdown for creating a world of love and kindness. So, people reading this, get ready to quarantine
    yourselves again and rediscover the real flavors of this life through my lens and the sacred learnings
    from the pious ‘Bhagavad Gita’…

  • Mahamanav by: Dilip Rohidas Shete 122.00

    About book Mahamanav -The Corona epidemic has plagued mankind in the 21st century, but it is not new to some. The twentieth century also saw the outbreak of typhoid in World Wars I and II, and the outbreak that killed scores of people. Dr. Eugene Lazovsky, with his ingenuity, saved the lives of 8,000 jews from Hitlars nazi camps. It is the desirable duty of human beings to face all adversities and strive for human welfare even in adverse circumstances and this is the original purpose of the play.

  • The War Time Lady by: Adarsh K Warman 200.00

    Lorianna Watson’ , A Highly Upper Class dedicated- Wife, Mother & Daughter in Law.. performing All her duties sincerely in the desperate Times of the War. But After Losing her Soldier Husband – ‘David Watson’ & Her Only Son – ‘Adam’ in the War !! She decides to find out – why all this happened to the Innocent Victims Like them !!?? ‘The War Time Lady’ is the story of a Lady named-‘ Lorianna Watson’; who Finally decides to stepped up For Her Mission Against the Bloody War, with the help of Her Friend -‘Sandra’ & Abled to brings the Peace On The Land Once Again !!!!!

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