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  • L is for Lockdown – Jiya’s Journal of Lockdown Lessons by: Jiya Gangadhar 158.00

    This little book is transcribed from Jiya’s journal during a global pandemic. Just a little girl experiencing new routines, and new fears, she pens her thoughts and learnings in her diary. The chapters describe Jiya’s fun and not-so-fun experiences with her family during one complete year of online/home-schooling, and explore her ways of dealing with uncertainties in the new normal!

  • Tennis World by: Kayaan Desai 150.00

    This book is all about tennis and in this book you are going to gain a lot of knowledge regarding tennis. Even there are some fun facts which you will enjoy.

  • Legal Luminaries Of Bihar by: Sadat Ali Khan 400.00

    This book is a brief and handy work of reference, presenting the main facts about the lives and works of some of the legal luminaries, living or dead, who have been conspicuous in the profession at Patna or in the state of Bihar, are distinguished in the judiciary of the country, have contributed to its development, and have gained immortal fame. The book also elucidates the Judicial System and Administration of Justice

  • Amitav Ghosh Ki Rachnaon Mein Bahusanskritik Anuwad Ka Vishleshan (The Shadow Lines Aur Ibis Trilogy Ke Sandarbh Mein) by: Dr Shalini Kumari 360.00

    This book is based on comparative study of Hindi translation of novels (The Shadow Lines
    and IBIS Trilogy – Sea of Poppies, River of Smoke and Flood of Fire) written by Amitav Ghosh. It deals with translation, especially cultural translation. This book is very useful for Hindi and English novel lovers and is extremely useful for students or researchers for
    translation studies.

  • Staffroom etc (life beyond classroom) by: Mrs Roma Kumar 239.00

    This book describes the work-life of a teacher as a staff member. It attempts to depict the unadulterated and sincerest side of the teachers, as a worker. You may have seen many teachers in your life but after reading this book, you will see them in a different light.. and more likely, admire them more.

  • NON-LIFE INSURANCE by: JAGENDRA RANA 350.00

    The Indian insurance sector is presently on the cusp of a transformation. Many insurers are rapidly adopting AI-driven automation over manual processing because it drastically reduces the time taken to respond to a customer. Insurance has been rapidly evolving as per the changing needs, and “one-size-fits-all” products are long gone.

  • Option Trading ke Rahasya (Pre-order) by: Sandeep Kumar 570.00
    There are many books available in the market on the subject of share market, but through this book, an attempt has been made to explain the complex aspects of the financial sector on the basis of clear, simple language and calculations.
    The detailed information of how to trade in Nifty Options of the stock market is given in the book with real examples, which information will not be found in any other book.
    More than one method has been given in this book, which is very important, the information of how to trade in Nifty options using these methods is given in a better way.
    I am sure that the book will solve the queries, doubts and queries of those who want to know about the financial sector. Through this book, traders will be able to get information and enter the financial market with better confidence.
    I am sure this book will prove useful in understanding nifty option and increasing profit.
  • Business Management of Railway Stations by: K.V.Rao IRTS 500.00

    The “Business Management of Railway Stations” will help and guide the officers and staff of both government as well as private railways’ working at stations, sidings and on trains to further improve the business of railways and services to the people. It is also useful to passengers, freight customers, contractors, rail users, students, academicians, and the general public.

  • Peekay theWayfarer Tea Planter by: Prabhash Basu 299.00

    This is a memoir of a pioneer Indian Tea planter informing the outside world the inside story of Tea Estates in India ran by the Britishers in post colonial India. Having joined the Industry as a Covenanted officer in a purely British set up as far back as 1955, the book describe in detail reaction of Indian Clerical Staff and Labour finding an Indian as Chhota Saab (Assistant Manager) never seen before. It was also interesting to watch how the British Officers accepted their Indian colleagues in Office and in the field., more so in Planters Clubs, which was their Home away from Home.

    The book takes his readers through the U.K., USA as well as Far East as a Tourist, specially through Hongkong and finally to Japan, an advanced Asian country which is most interesting and informative.

  • FIT INDIA HIT INDIA by: ASHOK CHAWLA 200.00

    I have written this work in very simple words keeping in mind that everyone deserves better health – fit body and peaceful mind. When you say something with love and care it reaches to the heart directly. I wish everyone of us remains healthy and fit till our last with less and less diseases in our body .Our overall fitness is very important for the society and nation that’s why FIT INDIA HIT INDIA is in your hands. Very important point — you are not going to fit by merely reading this book till you make good Eating habits and Healthy lifestyle a part of your life. If you of you decide to change your life after reading this book I will be glad that my efforts were worthwhile.

  • ek safar zindagi ka by: raveendra singh 119.00

    इस उपन्यास मे बिल्कु ल ही सरल भाषा का प्रयोग बकया गया है। बजससे ये आसानी से अबधक – से अबधक लोगोों से जुड़ सके । मैने इस उपन्यास में वही बलखा है। जो सच है और जो होता है बक कै से एक लड़का अपने जीवन मे पढाई की शुरुआत करता है और बिर वह बकन- बकन हालातोों से गुजरते हुए अपनी लक्ष्य की ओर अग्रसर होता है। इस उपन्यास मे मेरे द्वारा लिखीं गयी सारी बातें मैने अपने अनुभव सेप्राप्त की है। मैने इसमे बदखाया है बक एक बवद्याथी चाहे वो लड़का हो या लड़की उसे अपने लक्ष्य को पाने मे बकतनी तबपश झेलनी पड़ती है। जीवन के उलझे हुए पहलुओों से खुद को कैसे बचा कर रखना पड़ता है। इस उपन्यास मे मैने ये भी बदखाया है बक एक लड़की जब बहार रहकर तैयारी करना चाहती है, और अपने सपनो को पूरा करना चाहती है तो उसे बकन- बकन कबिनाइयोों का सामना करना पड़ता है। और एक लड़का जब तैयारी के दौरान भटक जाता है और यू-ट्यूि , व्हाटशाप , फेसबुक की दुबनया में खो जाता है। उसे शायद पता नहीों होता है। बक वह क्या करने चला था। और वह बकस ओर मुड़ गया है। ऐसे हालातोों में वो बिमोबटवेट भी होता है। बिर वह कै से सोंभलता है और बिर बकस तरीके से अपने सपनो की ओर आगे बढ़ता है। हााँ एक बात और कहूंगा ये मेरी पहली उपन्यास है। और शायद मैं उपन्यास की कसौटी पर खरा न उतरूं तो इसके मलये मैं सभी पाठकोूं से मााँफी चाहूंगा। ये उपन्यास मेरा अनुभव है। न मक एक कल्पना।

  • THE IMPERFECT TEEN by: Sabiha 122.00

    THE IMPERFECT TEEN IS A NON-FICTION BOOK WHICH IS BASED ON THE AUTHOR’S
    PERCEPTION AND EXPERIENCES. IT DESCRIBES THE IMPERFECT LIFE YET A BEAUTIFUL ONE
    THAT THE AUTHOR LIVED AND IS STILL LIVING IN HER TEENAGE. HOW SHE UNDERSTOOD
    HER LIFE IN A VERY BEAUTIFUL WAY ABOUT THE HANDLING OF SITUATIONS WITH
    OPPRESSIVE OPINIONS OF THE MIND SHAPERS, AND THE OPINIONS OF THE ‘PERFECTS’ ON
    HER, WERE MOSTLY RELATED FOR HER PERFECTION. THE AUTHOR ALWAYS CHOICE HER
    OWN ROAD BECAUSE OF HER VIVID VISION. SHE ALWAYS LOVED TO BE CALLED THE
    IMPERFECT TEEN BECAUSE IT MADE HER WHAT SHE IS TODAY. IT ALSO GIVES US A TINY
    INSIGHT ABOUT HER LIFE AND GET TO KNOW HER A LITTLE BETTER. AS THE AUTHOR ALSO
    LOVES TO DO THE POETRY, YOU WILL ALSO FIND A FEW YET SOME STUPENDOUS POEMS
    INSIDE THE BOOK. SO THIS IS THE PERFECT BOOK TO BE READ IF YOU ARE THAT IMPERFECT
    BEING AS SHE IS.

  • Restaurants Secret by: Shivi Chaddha 400.00

    Restaurant Secrets is a book introducing strong thought processes that allow the reader to construct a restaurant from scratch. Mr. Chadda feels that this state is necessary for generating exceptional service sales and success. At the same time, he demonstrates how to enjoy the process to the reader. The same cheerful attitude that inspires his style of thinking is contained in his book. Shivi Chadda gives powerful and unique concepts in concise, reader-friendly chapters that encourage excellent restaurant construction and profitability. Based on his vast background and the latest psychological means accessible, Chadda demonstrates how both novices and the seasoned pro reach new heights of business prosperity. Restaurant Secrets urges readers to be markable not just in this catering industry for people, but also via a purposeful dedication to innovation, adventure, and clear communication, and unforgettable services in other aspects of life.

  • HRM Practices During Mauryan Period and Modern Corporate World by: Dr. milind 349.00

     

  • Non Religious God Who Forgives ,Heals ,Prospers ,Delivers by: CK Sasidharan Nair 205.00

    Many people who are religious and righteous end up in bad experiences in life and wonder why God is not helping them . Whereas we see ungodly and wicked flourish . This book is to give an answer to it: God is not in religion and self righteousness . We need to relate to God non religiously and without going into self performance and righteousness .

  • Sugauna Diary by: Deepak Singh 250.00

    Sugauna Diaries’, a memoir based on the experience of the past and the present, captures in the form of snippets, the vibrant life of Sugauna, a village in the Madhubani district of north Bihar. Whether it be the juicy gossip of women just outside the author’s study, or the quirky village life, or some outside stories related to the author’s life, everything is laid bare. The book also reminisces the author’s life in some Delhi publication houses or his pulls for trains. The colloquialism the book is alive with and the author’s dig at the eccentricities, fads and fancies of the village, make it all the more interesting.

  • Wake up Beast by: Satyam Yadav 199.00

    Why are you on this planet?
    Are you putting something which create a
    dent on this universe?
    Are you happy with your life?
    What’s the purpose of your life?
    Who’re you?
    WHAT MAKES YOU GREAT?

  • “5000 miles to India” by: Madan Gopal Bali 298.00

    Born in an accomplished, royal family of North India, Mr. Bali’s genius landed him in England. After finishing his Engineering, and his very successful stints in sports and flying planes, the idea of going back to his homeland India by road, gripped him so much, that he ventured all alone with his sweetheart- Volkswagen Beetle….

    No GPS, Untarred Roads and the inhospitable desert, all impediments against his steely resolve…

    His greatest challenge was to cross Pakistan without a visa…..this proved to be the crucial climax……and put all his wits to greatest degree of test…..could he actually make it?

    once you start this journey, it is hard to let go of the gripping stories that also give a glimpse of his huge persona.

  • SAT MATH MISSION 800 by: ANAND PAL SINGH 599.00

    SAT MATH MISSION 800 (first edition) explains in detail about concepts of SAT maths . This book has been written in simple and lucid language so as to cater the need of students of all levels. Problems have been explained thoroughly and unsolved problems are provided at the end of each chapter with answers.

  • Shudh Vegetarian – Story of a Lion by: SANGAM GUPTA 200.00

    Is it wrong to be different? He would keep asking himself this question! This is Shamsher’s story, probably the only lion who was a vegetarian, and because of this, he became a stigma to his family and a laughing stock in front of the whole jungle. He had two close buddies, Hanu the monkey and a cow called Gauri. Their only mission in life was to somehow restore the lost honor of their friend. So did they succeed in their plan? Then one day, Shamsher’s first love, Radha, comes into his life. At the behest of his friends, Shamsher hides his identity from her. But what happened when Radha came to know about Shamsher’s truth? What was the secret behind Shamsher being a Vegetarian? This story is for every person, from a child to an adult, who is a little different, just like Shamsher, and also for those who think it is wrong to be different!

  • The Corporate Drama by: Manishdatta Rajul 219.00

    Are you struggling to deliver your level best performance in a corporate job? Are you questioning if this is an ideal job for you? Are you finding it difficult to cope up with your manager and the pressure at the job? If these questions define your current thought process and struggles, then you have picked the right book to answer all the above questions. Read this book to learn the ways to tackle all the problems related to corporate work life. You will find processes that you should implement in your working culture to avoid mistakes at the workplace. This book will act as a guidebook to help you feel comfortable in a corporate environment and deliver your level
    best performance year after year. This book will help you to take control of your career growth. Ultimately, it’s more about finding a balance between your work life and your personal life.

  • TALES FROM A BYGONE ERA by: J.A. RAMA MOORTY 125.00

    This is an attempt to spread some cheer and positive vibes at a time when there is an almost
    all-pervading gloom – largely triggered by the pandemic. The author has used his
    phenomenal memory to chronicle the instances narrated by luminaries like his family elders,
    school teachers, instructors from an in-service training institution and professional
    colleagues. There is also a section about some memorable programmes beamed over All
    India Radio.
    The readers will find that the book covers a wide gamut that includes humour, pragmatism,
    and life-skills. It could also be seen that the central characters in these instances are not well-
    known personalities (about whom most of us have already read or heard a lot). Instead, the
    ‘narrators’ have been persons with whom most of us can easily identify.

  • Sprouting Up by: S.P. Anvita 150.00

    How many times in the recent past have you sat back to admire the grace of rain or appreciate the wonderful little things around you? If your answer is ‘not many, this is the book you need. Filled with beautiful poems, this book provides you a different perspective about everyday happenings. Ranging from light-hearted themes like Music to the ultimate Transformed Human(e), this book is suitable for all ages. The author, Anvita has contemplated on every aspect of life, as she strives to instill a sense of positivity in everything around you. After reading this book, you are sure to find life more vibrant than before. With an extensive use of metaphors, her poems can be interpreted in a variety of ways, giving you the perfect message that you are looking for.
    Experience bliss with this book, as you open your wings and fly across the vast sky. Sure to see a more positive and reflective you as we journey through this book.

  • JUDICIAL PLANS AND REFORMS IN COLONIAL INDIA by: Prof (Dr.) Rahul 450.00

    The study of Law and emergence of Laws, particularly in colonial times has been an important part of the study of law students. The book tries to evaluate the importance on the concept of amalgamation of legal system of Indians and Britishers. This is important as in colonial period, where the Indians were having their own laws based on customs, traditions and other religious scriptures, the Britishers, on the other hand brought their provisions of law. The transition period amalgamated ideas based on the traditions and British law giving rise to various judicial reforms from time to time. The book has been written in simple and lucid manner with a student-centric approach. The content is easy to grasp and is full of knowledge. It will prove to be an integral part of the study for the law students all around the nation and will be equally beneficial for those having an inclination towards legal studies. The contents are interdisciplinary in nature and will be of use for both the students and professionals of Social Sciences as well as Law.

  • ALLEGED by: Mayra 290.00

    What do you do when your best friend dies mysteriously? You don’t go on an adventure to find her killer. Niki and her new friends go on finding Irene’s killer, when Niki’s sister ends up on the front porch of death, what will they do now? Escape Jess or find the killer? Or both? Finding the killer might not be as shocking as they anticipated and the repercussions might be worse. Will Niki end up in the same place as her sister or be tortured in the web of lies and reality spun together by their closed ones.

    Everyone might not be as simple as they seem, they all have secrets, ones that could destroy friendships, relationships, and families.

  • Food History 101: Fragments of Culinary History (Hardbound) by: The Holy Chef 358.00

    Do you ever wonder where the most popular foods came from? Did you know that pasta wasn’t actually from Italy? Did you know that ice cream was invented in China? If you want to know the answers to these questions, please do consider reading the book. Over the course of the book, we slowly unravel the mystery of the origins of various food items. Some inventions were accidental while some were intentional. In this book, we will discuss 10 of the most popular foods and their origin. We discuss the people that pioneered the inventions and also the people that popularised them. So join me on this journey as we crack the code of our culinary history.

  • Lee Maracle’s writings: A Spider Continuum by: Dr. Anju Bala 310.00

    This book is an outcome of my deep observations of Lee Maracle’s first-hand experience with racism, cultural discrimination, traditional spiritual beliefs besides infringement of social and political sovereignty of the Aboriginal. I venture to explain in this book, how Lee has sincerely represented the ‘Native’ world, once misinformed and misrepresented; how Lee struggled with honor for native womanhood/sisterhood, and her hope for the unity of humanity beyond the colonizer and the colonized, us and them, binaries.

  • Tales of A legal Alien Stories of Black Student in Mumbai by: Dut Alsherif 250.00

    Tales of a Legal Alien explores and pinpoints the anecdotes from the life of a student – a foreign student in India, Mumbai in particular. It brings to light the support the author received from his new friends and college staff. It reveals some of the most good-hearted and most generous Indians the author met and whose special treatment of him gives him a different and better way of looking at India. The book also points to a few moments where the author has been truly treated as an alien on the streets of the city of Mumbai.

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