The book, ‘KHAMOSH DHADKAN’ is a story-collection. It is a good adjustment of entertainment with morals. The expectation is that all of the stories of this book, with difference ideas, will inspire our readers (specially the youth readers) to give the best for the society. It will create an ideal for our new generation.”
“I was inspired to write the book “”Chandrayaan-2: The Reunion of Indians”” when Vikram Lander lost contact with ISRO’s control room on 7 September 2019 and to a lesser extent, not only India, there was a disappointment in the whole world. The whole country started asking for blessings for the well-being of Vikram Lander, as if someone had lost himself.
Whereas we knew that Vikram Lander is just a machine. But the way the whole country got tied in a thread and encouraged them by standing with the great scientists of ISRO. It was indeed a very emotional moment for the entire country”
“This book is all about “Ramashram” founded by Shri Ranasaheb. The
material in this book has been amassed mainly from books of
Naqsbandia lineage & web portals. The detail about tombs and
locations thereof has been given to the extent possible. It is by grace
of Param Sant Samarth Sadguru Rana Saheb that this book was
conceived and concluded. I am extremely thankful to Ramashram
Satsang family and especially indebted to Shri S. K. Srivastava
(Gopal) Chachaji for extending assistance from time to time in
completion. This work is entirely aimed at serving my own brethrens,
fellow-disciples and seekers.”
“This book attempts to trace the origin and history of Dhrupad and its present state. Dhrupad has evolved over many generations, starting from temples to changing its shape especially during Ibrahim Adil Shah’s time when it became more erotic in expression.
This book comprehensively explains the different schools of Dhrupad gayaki, providing an in-depth study of the Dagar and Darbhanga-Bettiah gharanas and their exponents.
Covering both theory and practical aspects of this subject, this book is perfect for music students due to the relevance of the topics covered, as well as concert lovers and connoisseurs of music.”
There was only a space, which was cold, smooth, continuous, infinite, eternal, and without boundary and any visible matter and energy before creation of our early Universe. However, this space may not have been empty. It was, perhaps, the Dark Matter particle, which popped up from this space. And due to its intrinsic properties it converted itself into a Supersymmetrical Superparticle that generated Supergravity by the pressures of forces of moving particles and thus into an infinitesimally small, dense, primordial, non-transparent (opaque) plasma fireball. This particle first designed the fertile sites due to its own strong gravitational attractive field in which all galaxies, stars, and planets in different regions of the Universe, including our own Milky Way galaxy that contains our Solar System with the eight planets, including Earth, originated after the collapse of the normal particles. With passage of time, the great fertile sites were generated on the Earth by tectonics, in which sedimentary rocks containing petroleum deposits at depths overlain by great alluvial plains were generated for the evolution and development of living beings, including humans and practicing agriculture, establishing industries, constructing civil facilities, and a multitude of other things for the survival of humans.
A revolution of women’s powers.
The author is an educator in the Engineering field, with B.E. (1984) and M.E.(1992) degree from Visvesvaraya National Institute of Engineering and Technology (the then VRCE), Nagpur. The author is struggling against injustice perpetrated through misleading and irrational interpretations of law relating to Nazul lands at various forums for the last ten years.
In this book, the author has tried his best not only to drain out certain sticky and contradictory items in “The Constitution of India 2018,” but also passionately suggest a new system that involves a fusion of federalism, feudalism and secularism. In this system, the Central Government is maintained as the logistic center, while the sovereign is shared with the State in such a way that there is no overlap of power, allowing the State Government to function independently. This system will regulate the central political party’s power and ensure that it is not misused or concentrated in their hands but monitored by the State Advisory Board of council, Auditor General, and Budget Committee under the doctrine of check and balance. Indeed, it is a function of the Government to oversee or veto acts of Government that facilitate fraud, omission, errors, etc. “Democracy is pretentious, unless we emancipate from the political system, it will disparage the concept of democracy.” Politics and Democracy are two different ideologies. They are inseparably mixed; a suitable mechanism or a solvent is needed to elute this mixture for the good of this Country. Perhaps this book, “The New Method for the Formation of State Government,” may provide a chromatography solution to eluting the mixture. This book does not contain anything that infringes on the fundamental rights of anyone. There is no derogation of fundamental rights, and no inconsistency affecting the scope of Article 13(1) or Article 13(2) of the Constitution of India. Even assuming that some of them are, it is for the Government and the Courts to apply the Doctrine of Eclipse or on the Doctrine of Severability. Mechanical interpretation on this ‘New Constitution of India 2018’ might be atrophied or fossilised, but the organic interpretation might not. It is up to the Government to ﬁnd a way to implement the new method without affecting the earlier judgements of High Court and Supreme Court on Constitutional issues.
“Geo-Tectonics and Geomorphology’.
The book ‘Geo-Tectonics and Geomorphology’ have a broad approaches of
geomorphological processes. The book presents a better emphasis
related to exogenetic and indogenetic processes in formation of
earth’s crustal topography. Book has divided into four modules. In the
book, first module explains of the origin of universe and solar system
with simple and basic understanding and technics of flow-chart. This
module provide a scientific analysis of topographical and structural
evolution of earth with Geological Time Scale, Tectonic activity with
new ideas, Isostasy, earthquake and Vulcanicity.
General degradational processes related to weathering, Fluvial,
Aeolian, Glacial and Fluvio-glacial processes and occurred landforms
are explained in the second module.
Third module deals about geomorphological structure related to
landforms on granite and basalt, limestone; river network, their
development and uses and gomorphological concepts.
Last module evaluates the basic landforms evolution theories related
to Davis, Penck, King and Hack.”
“Adventures are an integral part of life. Highs and lows, ups and downs, negatives and positives together sum up life. But what if mishaps outnumber the smiles?.. So much that there builds up enormous gap between smiles and tears?I suppose then life cannot be termed as a summation of highs and lows.
Hayatt Ali Siddique’s life is one such enigma of pain, tears and devastating struggle for peace. He takes life by snatching it away from the clutches of destiny. Doom starts spelling on him right since his existence comes into being. But a born warrior, he fails all the ordeals and travails coming his way. And before the curtain of life falls, he rises up again. And we witness his resurrection.
‘The Man who lived the Ages’ is the story of a young guy who undergoes huge misdemeanours of fate, so much that at several instances, he almost touches the drape of death, but each time life holds his breaking string and mends his attire of heartbeats. While going through this book, the reader shall travel in great spaces and times and live the journey as it treads.
Umair Siddique has made his hero alive in his entire narration. He has marvellously pictured Hayatt’s life to an extent of living it. The writer is full of emotions and a strong panache of weaving events. At times, he would throw you in flashbacks, but only leaving you in awe.
The suspense and thrill wouldn’t leave you till the end. He can make you guess like the sky, yet touch your instincts each time. The deeper strata of the book holding more sentiments, is a vision of the strongest of humans, who believe in life and the power it holds.
The book will compel you to believe that we can never plan life, not even death. We are only puppets at the hands of destiny. We have to accept life as it comes… Even if we plan to die. We’ll succeed only if our final time is destined by the Almighty.
The book deserves true appreciation and praise. It is though a work of fiction, but very close to reality. At times, it can make you smile, at others, it can make you cry. It can set you pulsating at numerous instances and leave you guessing. It can bring your imaginations to examination.”
The book, “Know the Jats” is based on factual research about Jats — a community of pastoral farmers, who contribute everything consumers need to eat for their survival, and yet not liked by almost 80% of people in India. Those who hate Jats and are ignorant about them on account of their sheer ignorance, at times have problems dealing with Jats, who are upright, honest, hardworking and brave people. Such people have failed to understand the Jats and by writing this book, it will be a step forward to create a better sense of understanding among non-Jats. The facts used in this book are honest and without any bias to anyone, including the Jats.
A little girl and her mother talk about everything under the sun. This is a collection of those chats, which, time and again, left an amazed mother in awe of her daughter’s simple view on life. Every parent will hear their own little ones’ voices through Naina’s; every child will nod along with her. The children around us will awaken the children in us. Because somewhere on the way, we forgot to look at things the way they simply are.
It’s my creation, my feelings which are flown in my heart and mind with my blood. Sometimes thoughts are so much rigorous and sometimes blocked. Meanwhile, my diary writing made me calm and quiet. Each and every word define my inner personality which is groomed with my conditions. Some of my writing existed in struggle and negative moments. But they are proved as my strength expressed in words.
Women were the first humans to taste bondage. On the contrary, the overall growth of women remained stunted”. Women were denied the benefit of education. Economically women became completely dependent upon men. entrepreneurs have emerged. Women entrepreneurs in India have to cope with various socio-economic problems. Women become entrepreneurs due to several factors which may be grouped under “Pull factors” and “Push factors”. The hidden entrepreneurial potentials of women have gradually been changing with the growing sensitivity to the role and economic status in society. Women are increasingly being conscious of their existence, their rights and their work situation. And yet, the middle-class strata women have accepted their role and are not ready to alter for fear of a social backlash. Today, women entrepreneurs represent a group of women who have broken away from the beaten track and are exploring new avenues of economic participation. In the Present world women are now rapidly coming forward as successful leader and this demand increase more in future too. This book tried to highlight such issues in all possible manners. The book has eight chapters which envoy innovative leadership, entrepreneurship and social as well as economic growth.
Navras Laghu kathayein are a bunch of shorts stories through which the author uncovers the subtlety of happenings in life which impacts the life of a person at a large.
“This a true and factual account of the author's journey in the Indian Army. He was born in 1932 in
Haripur, a small town in the North-Western Frontier Province of present-day Pakistan.
His love for the Army developed from watching troops go by during World War II on Grand Trunk Road,
a road next to his house.
When partition happened, his family, like many others, went through the trauma which brought them
back to India virtually destitute.
The author joined the National Defence Academy in 1949. He, unfortunately, lost his right eye in an
accident happened at the National Defence Academy. He in spite of the loss continued and thrived with
his career. His display of courage to persevere through the rest of the service with one eye speaks
volumes. He was a Directing Staff at the Defence Services Staff College Wellington and describes his
teaching tenure as enduring while meaningful.
His love of adventure took him to para trooping, mountaineering and also to volunteer for 1971 Indo-
Pakistan War. His mountaineering experience gave him an extraordinary chance to lead a police
expedition along UP-Tibet border.
His inspiring and vivid description of the wars, Operation Vijay(Goa), Indo -China War of 1962, and Indo-
Pakistan War 1971 highlights the adventure and the profession knowledge he displays in dealing with
difficult situations and explicit narration of events.
Throughout his autobiography, the author depicts a very colourful journey giving insights about his
courage in every aspect of his career.
Due to his family circumstances, he resigned from the Army as a Brigadier, at the height of his
professional career. The author is extremely grateful to the Indian Army for providing wonderful
opportunities and important life lessons.”
I must start with a hackneyed scenario. Today nobody has time for anybody- parents for children or the other way around, teachers for children, spouses for each other. Life has become a single minded pursuit for a moving target called money with which to buy an even more elusive thing called happiness. If this is true then, where goes the fundamental need of every human being to talk-speak-share? Imagine a child in a school. The school can be of any standard, focusing on any social strata of society. She is subject to so much of stress of not only studies and future career but also of peer pressure to belong, to conform; pressure of meeting expectations of the parental matrix, stress of unexplained unresolved variance between what is said at home versus what is available via the social media or for that matter any media. This book is a journey of a student counselor into this world and her attempt at resolving the tangle in the minds of her counselees. It is narrated in a fictional format for the ease of readability and maybe an easier assimilation of the techniques used.
“Thaiboxing”, written by Dr. Kuldeep Sumanakshar, is a unique introduction book for Thaiboxing players, in which the game and practice of Thaiboxing is explained in detail. Elaborate descriptions of Thaiboxing are presented through pictures. There is a three-year Thaiboxing program for new players as well. The major topics covered in this book are: • History of Thaiboxing • Kicks • Punches • Conditioning • Principles of Thaiboxing Dr. Kuldeep Sumanakshar has been a martial arts coach for the last 25 years, and he established Thaiboxing Indian Federation in India in 2011. He promotes the Thaiboxing sport all over India. The author established the following federations as well: Indian Elbowboxing Federation (IEF), Traditional Games Federation of India (TGFI), World Dalit Organization (WDO), Indian Kneeboxing Federation (IKF), and Ashtang Yog Sansthan. ‘Yog Sanskriti’ is the title of the first book published by Dr. Sumanakshar.
Housekeeping is one of the most important part in the hotel industry. The department is responsible for the cleanliness of the front and back areas of a hotel through engaging a lot of manpower. It is also the revenue generating department. This book, ‘Major Topics in Housekeeping,’ has been written especially for students of third year, to help them crack their interview during campus placement. It covers all the core topics. The contents have been developed keeping in view the standard operating procedures generally followed in hotels. Students can easily relate these topics to their industrial training, which will help them understand better. All topics are briefly explained. Questions that are usually asked in personal interview and final round have also been added. This book will help students for stepping into the hotel industry and know about different aspects of housekeeping.
Hitman is based on the present vice- captain of India, Rohit Sharma. In this book, the reader may see his
journey from 1987 to 2019. He is still playing. This book's contents will throw light upon:
1. Rohit Sharma's cricketing journey
2. 2’s (his struggles and successes)
3. Supporters who made him Rohit Sharma, and many more.
Have you been conditioned to be a WINNER in whatever you do at any cost? Do you feel ANXIOUS and MISERABLE when things don’t go according to your plans? Are you afraid of being a LOSER? If you’ve answered yes to any of the above questions, you may belong to the largest part of the human fraternity who has developed the wrong mindset of being a WINNER. In How To Be A Loser, Dr. Hardik Joshi shows you the tricks and techniques to be a LOSER of your negative traits which transforms you into a WINNER with the right mindset. All you need to do is make a decision and stick to it with determination and dedication.
El aprendizaje de la neuroanatomía es un reto. En esta obra hemos construido un sencillo texto que nace del interés del estudiante de medicina para comprender el mundo de la neuroanatomía. Sencillo, pero no simple, esa es nuestra perspectiva de la neuroanatomía. Este libro brinda elementos fundamentales para el aprendizaje de conceptos neuroanatómicos. La lectura de este texto contribuirá a enriquecer nuestros conocimientos del sistema nervioso de manera amena.
This is a Reference Book and a piece of research work. This book is useful for the academicians , research scholars and any type of book readers.
This book Stories of Resilience, brings to life stories of badly wounded world of children, who ultimately offer an incredible message of
encouragement and hope to all readers. Children who have healed themselves and one another from the deepest personal injuries of child
rapes, sexual violence, child marriage, intergenerational poverty and patriarchy. Protsahan’s dear friend and renowned author, Ramendra Kumar
says, “I got slender threads of fact, from the Founder of Protsahan, around which I had to weave tales of fiction that would showcase the resilience
of the Protsahan girls in the face of almost impossible odds. The brief given to me was to tell stories which would epitomise the spirit but not reveal
the persona of the girls in the remotest way. It was a tough task, possibly one of the most challenging ones I have ever undertaken. The book is my
tribute to the girls of Protsahan – the angels who are ready to fly despite the broken wings, smothered hopes and smudged dreams…”
As director and founder of Protsahan India Foundation, working against child abuse in every form, Sonal Kapoor, has borne witness to the
devastating consequences of the most unspeakable acts of violence against children in the past decade of her work at grassroots for India’s
most vulnerable children and girls. Furthermore, she has seen firsthand how victims of inhumanity have found the inner strength to overcome lifealtering
trauma with renewed faith and have even regained humor and optimism at Protsahan. Book’s author, Ramendra over long interview
based research with the Protsahan team, has beautifully, subtly and intricately described selfhealing
in children in an ambience of love and
through trauma informed compassionate care model of Protsahan. He includes the importance of verbalizing and owning one’s own story and
the importance of faith, as he writes from the wisdom of his experience not only as a writer as much as a believer for those children and adults on
the path to healing. His empowering message is that the invisible wounds left by violence are not intractable, that people can and will persevere.
He offers a handful of real life stories that transformed forever through Protsahan’s deep work with children within India’s slums. This passionately
written book contains many moving stories of children and adolescent girls, of recovery from trauma. This book has also been recommended for
academic and specialized collections in mental health and counseling through an extremely simple storytelling approach.
This book will change forever, how you view children from difficult circumstances. It will teach you, they are not ‘underprivileged’ as most of the
world likes to call them, instead, they are truly, ‘resilient’.
In the slum neighborhoods where Protsahan works, educating children, especially girls has never been a priority
for most families. Sexual and physical abuse is also quite common. Given the situation, it is necessary to educate
the children and their parents about sexual off ences and their eff ects on children’s health and wellbeing.
It is of utmost importance for every parent to educate their children about the threats of physical and sexual
abuse. While planning to launch an educational storybook that talks about sexual abuse and the laws in place to
address it eff ectively for children, we realized the need to ensure that such a book must be written in the simplest
of words. Yet, it had to be interactive so that the readers may engage in the book, and then start conversations on
the topic of Child Sexual Abuse.
With the help of our donors and supporters, we are now ready to take this initiative to millions of children in
India, UK, USA, and South Africa, and educate them about the laws in place to protect them from sexual abuse
This book is written and designed to ensure that children and their parents understand the legal framework
available to help them if they come across a case of sexual abuse being committed against a child around them.
We hope that this book will help all of us understand better that in such a case, a child is not responsible for the
actions of the accused. That would be the fi rst step to ensure justice for the children, and eradicate the scourge of
child sexual abuse from our society.
EIA, or Environmental Impact Assessment, is a subject that deals with the impacts of any project on the environment and all the ecosystems connected with it. There are certain procedures that are standardised, which we follow from the beginning of a project before it is sanctioned. The book covers a study of almost all the possible impacts upon the surrounding environment and the efforts to control or mitigate them before the project’s commencement or during the development of the project or after its execution. Certain issues surrounding the implementation of projects inducing air or water pollution can be mitigated through certain standardisations for the concentration of pollutants that is allowed in the upper limits. Also, the assessment of all the impacts before and after the project are carried out and studied as a whole to reduce the impacts further….
“Roma make a claim that their ancestors were from India. DNA research is said to have established the European gypsies genes to Northern India. It is believed that the various invasions in India led to the exodus of this tribe in three waves which led to the spread of the tribe across Persia, Turkey, Greece, Europe, Spain, Russia, Finland, Egypt and Morocco.
While suspicions have led to wide scale persecution the world also acknowledges their amazing contribution, especially to music and dance. From guitar to violins in places like Hungary, flamenco dances in Spain and oriental dances in Egypt are said to originate from them.”
Why modern man is more dangerous than wild animals even after higher education & elite status? Why are diseases uncontrolled and deaths are vital despite advanced medical science? Why do bad things happen to good people and vice versa despite omnipotent law of natural justice? These are some of the questions which often arise in our mind sooner or later. We often ponder upon these painful questions, but never get absolute solution. In light of the wisdom of Bhagavad Gita, the author has endeavored to uncover the root cause of the sufferings for a viable vedic solution through an in depth analysis of contemporary challenges of present society.
Professor N. PALANI is a renowned Physiotherapist. He headed the Physiotherapy education at CMC Hospital, Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India in 1996. During the 1950’s, he had assisted Dr. Paul Brand in a number of researches on treatment of Leprosy patients. He retired as the Director of Physiotherapy in the leading Vinayaka Mission College of Physiotherapy in Salem, Tamil Nadu, India in 2018. He was also a trainer in Physiotherapy. He has received a number of awards including the Bharat Jothi Award in the year 2001. He was also awarded the Best Citizen of India Award by the International Publishing House in 2002 along with the Hon’ble Ex Prime Ministers of India Shri. Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Shri. Manmohan Singh in New Delhi, 2002. He had seen Mahatma Gandhi during the year 1946. The Indian Association of Physiotherapists has honoured him with a prestigious Fellowship Award in 1990 in Mumbai. He was also awarded with “The Lifetime Achievement Award” in the year 2015. The Neyveli Lignite Corporation Ltd., Neyveli, Tamil Nadu, India, honoured him with the ‘Best Book of the Year Award’ for his Tamil book, Thadai Kallae Padikkal, for his valuable contribution to the society in the field of literature and recognised the same in the Neyveli Book Fair 2016 held in Neyveli from 01.07.2016 to 10.07.2016. The Tamil Nadu government had ordered to issue these books for all Government libraries in Tamil Nadu. He had presented a number of research papers at National and International conferences. He had published a few articles in leading medical journals. He was also a member of board of studies in M.G.R Medical University, Chennai and also at Ramachandra Medical College, Chennai and vinayaga missions, Medical college, Salem. This book describes not only how to overcome the obstacles in life but also how to progress and to lead a successful life. This book also describes the management of pain.
In society, whenever someone even pronounce the word ‘Love’, only thought come across narrow and negative brains are of lovers or a couple, isn’t the worst psychology? Does love happens only between lovers or a couple? “It starts where you leave it” By adopting human psychology in this Non-Fiction book author tries to help readers to perceive deep meaning and practical interactions with ‘Love and Relationship’.