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  • Quantum Physics of Consciousness and Non-duality in Eastern Philosophy by: Dr. Jai Paul Dudeja 495.00

    This book titled, “Quantum Physics of Consciousness and Non-duality in Eastern Philosophy” is based on the correlation of the author’s six decades of interest and practices in ‘Eastern Spirituality’ and nearly four decades of learning in ‘Quantum Physics’. One can divide this book into four broad sections: The first section (Chapter 1) consists of ‘Introduction’ (in which the terms: Consciousness, Non-duality, and Eastern Philosophy are briefly introduced). The second section (Chapters 2-8) deals with non-duality in Hinduism (Vedanta, Upanishads, Brahma Sutras, Bhagavad Gita, and many more Vedantic philosophies). The third section (Chapters 9-14) describes non-duality in Buddhism (in India, China, Tibet, Korea, Zen, and Taoism). The fourth section (Chapters 15-16) justifies the title of this book by explaining Consciousness and Non-duality with the help of Quantum Physics and Eastern Philosophy. The author sincerely believes that a book of this nature will go a long way in bridging the gap between these diversified topics. The readers interested in this subject will find this book highly fruitful.

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    The story of the social novel ‘Dress Code’ focuses on the girls’ dress that embodies the body parts. Many Religious leaders, academics, officials and public representatives have also commented periodically on this subject and supported Indian dress. The story has been written on the basis of the statements of these intellectuals. To make it meaningful, reference has been drawn from Women’s College, where ‘dress code’ is applicable. For example jeans-tops, lipsticks, mobiles etc. are banned in such colleges. The reasoning behind the implementation of the ‘dress code’ by the Principal with HIV does not only make people think but it also sends a message to the society. The story of this 227-page novel revolves around a HIV-affected woman who is thrown away from her house. Sacrifice, love, revenge replete with series of events make for an exciting yet inspiration story . When the in-laws come to know about the truth about the woman, they only regret.

    Dress code by: Awadhesh sinha 250.00

    The story of the social novel ‘Dress Code’ focuses on the girls’ dress that embodies the body parts. Many Religious leaders, academics, officials and public representatives have also commented periodically on this subject and supported Indian dress. The story has been written on the basis of the statements of these intellectuals. To make it meaningful, reference has been drawn from Women’s College, where ‘dress code’ is applicable. For example jeans-tops, lipsticks, mobiles etc. are banned in such colleges. The reasoning behind the implementation of the ‘dress code’ by the Principal with HIV does not only make people think but it also sends a message to the society. The story of this 227-page novel revolves around a HIV-affected woman who is thrown away from her house. Sacrifice, love, revenge replete with series of events make for an exciting yet inspiration story . When the in-laws come to know about the truth about the woman, they only regret.

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    India is a country where there is unity in diversity. However is this really true? This book narrates a real life story of socio-communal integration which began in Assam during the British
    era. With the passage of time it has become a unique example of national integration,patriotism and social service. “Challenging Destiny” is about the illustrious “Agarwala Family” of Assam. The family’s story is intertwined with the events that occurred in Assam during the British Raj. The dismissal of the last Ahom King, the opening up of tea gardens, discovery of oil and coal, the revival of the Assamese language and cultural identity, beginning of the freedom struggle, the effects of World War 2, partition and the independence of India. The story begins in 1827. A teenaged Navarangram Agarwala starts off on foot from Churu, Rajasthan, in northwest India to redeem a fortune. He walks across Northern India and finally reaches Assam in northeast India. In Assam he not only gains wealth but begins a process of socio-communal assimilation that spawns a lineage that integrates completely into the Assamese community. By 1947 Navarangram’s progeny by their deeds and contributions become the standard bearers of Assamese socio-cultural renaissance and a symbol of its identity. It is a story of national integration with few parallels in India proving that unity in diversity is not just a catchy slogan.

    Challenging Destiny by: Pranjit Agarwala 340.00

    India is a country where there is unity in diversity. However is this really true? This book narrates a real life story of socio-communal integration which began in Assam during the British
    era. With the passage of time it has become a unique example of national integration,patriotism and social service. “Challenging Destiny” is about the illustrious “Agarwala Family” of Assam. The family’s story is intertwined with the events that occurred in Assam during the British Raj. The dismissal of the last Ahom King, the opening up of tea gardens, discovery of oil and coal, the revival of the Assamese language and cultural identity, beginning of the freedom struggle, the effects of World War 2, partition and the independence of India. The story begins in 1827. A teenaged Navarangram Agarwala starts off on foot from Churu, Rajasthan, in northwest India to redeem a fortune. He walks across Northern India and finally reaches Assam in northeast India. In Assam he not only gains wealth but begins a process of socio-communal assimilation that spawns a lineage that integrates completely into the Assamese community. By 1947 Navarangram’s progeny by their deeds and contributions become the standard bearers of Assamese socio-cultural renaissance and a symbol of its identity. It is a story of national integration with few parallels in India proving that unity in diversity is not just a catchy slogan.

  • Future of Work: The Complete Blueprint by: Reema Nakra 175.00

    This book gives a summary on the whole gamut of future of work covering various aspects.The book provides a roadmap for what leaders across contexts require to do to generate high quality jobs and develop competitive and profitable businesses.The main goal of this book is to lend support to HR professionals and organizations. This is a book about how the workforce of the future will engage them, how managers will lead, and what companies of the future will look like.

  • AN INTELLIGENT PARENT’S/TEACHER’S GUIDE TO SUCCESS AND ACHIEVEMENT OF THE CHILD by: M K Raina Ratnakar 350.00

    The priorities of childhood are changing day by day, as such, it has to be recognized that the parents of yesteryears who do not suit the requisite physical and psychological demands of today’s children have also to change to work out new theories and try out new experiments. AN INTELLIGENT PARENT’S / TEACHER’S GUIDE TO SUCCESS AND ACHIEVEMENT OF THE CHILD of M. K. RAINA RATNAKAR gives an account of the lesser-known world of today’s child of which most of the parents are not aware and the same is interspersed with an account of most recent educational research, survey, and analysis in the shape of fresh and stimulating ideas of bringing out the best in the children from the day they start their life in the mother’s womb. This book from the pen of Ratnakar brings with it the assurance for every intelligent parent to see that his child excels in every sphere of childhood.

  • Quarantine Dairies by: Adishree Kasliwal 224.00

    This book tells the story of a young teenage girl who tested positive for the novel coronavirus. With her courage and hard work, she remained isolated and ensured the virus did not spread to any other family member living in the house. It gives an insight into her day-to-day life in quarantine. She penned down her daily experiences and emotions; which she later converted into this book. Read to find her experiences, feelings, struggles, and learnings throughout her 14-day isolation.

  • The modern Plague by: Shashwat dev 195.00

    The world is amidst a global storm that is set to change almost every social obligation which hitherto has commanded the human response. For most this is the first time that they are experiencing a historical event of such scale. “The Modern Plague- History Shared En Masse” is an attempt to portray the magnitude of this pandemic. Miseries have been inflicted upon everyone in varying degrees, for some it was question of life and death whereas for some it was a sort of solitary confinement for months. This book is an attempt to collage every story of this epic. From the world’s largest economic lockdown to the migration of labours on foot and from the fight for an investigation to know the origin of the virus to the race for a cure, every aspect has been touched upon. It has been almost a year since the world was hit by this catastrophe, yet every study on the virus makes us realize how little we know. This book tries to bring forth the reality and to argue whether the problems that people faced were genuine and uncontrollable or a result of complacency on the part of the authorities that were vested with the responsibility to tackle adversities such as these.

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