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  • Digital Stories by: Vipin Verma 200.00

    Today we are living in two worlds. One is real world another is digital world; some of us are spending more time in digital world than real world. This is a world of internet. Internet is creating new opportunities but this is also creating problems in our lives as well sometime we don’t know how an activity on internet will harm us. When I see people using internet without knowing the consequences of using their information on internet, I feel that this may create a big problem. There are six short stories in this book to make you understand the bad side of digital world.

    Day by day new technology is being invented but there are some people who are inventing new ways of crime, which was never thought before. They may be around you, may be you are their next target. They will not be successful if you are caution. You need to be aware with their thoughts. Sometimes you don’t know that using a technology can lead you in difficult situation, Just sharing a pic on social media. End of the stories are unexpected and realistic so you feel the fun while reading the stories.

  • Damru Tales by: Purnima Jha 270.00

    Damru Tales is an initiative to help children build important life skills that aims to bring harmony and peace in their life through stories.

    These are the two stories that children will read in this book-

    1. Kacchapa & His Friends
    Friends should help each other, goes an old saying! But what do you do, if your friends make fun of you and do not support you? Will you still be helpful and supportive? Let’s find out what our little Kacchapa does when he faces such a situation!

    2. Sluggish Sloth
    Often, we meet people and make a quick judgement! Hey he is lazy, she is rude. Walk their journey and find how much their shoes hurt! Get to know our Sutu-the sloth and learn why he is slow. This story is all about accepting the people, the way they are and not judge it.

  • A Devoted Woman and Other Stories by: Shanti Samal 238.00

    A Devoted Woman

    Reading the stories of Ms. Shanti Samal included in this anthology gives one the
    impression that each of the stories is based on her own personal experience.
    These stories have already been published in the leading Odia magazines and won
    the approbation of readers. The characters and plots of these stories have been
    picked up from the world surrounding Ms. Samal. The characters depicted in the
    stories were dear to her and part and parcel of her life. Getting into a Sulk is a
    story of three generations. The mindset of different characters has been explored
    in the story Idle Talk. Sahadev Babu, the protagonist in the story Golden Star of
    the Distant Past, still floats before her mind’s eyes when she finds herself alone.
    Dipanwita is still sorely missed by her relations and friends even though she lived
    for such a short time in this world.

  • Arcane by: Eeshan Chandra 249.00

    This book depicts the journey of life, wherein the cards are, from time to time, thrown at you and me. It is a collection of musings that deals with a wide plethora of emotions – pain, strength, sadness, and hope. These musings have been inspired by real-life, but are in no way, limited to the author. Emotions portrayed in the book have been felt or been seen by everyone sometime.

  • Resonating Ripples by: Major General Pran Koul (Retd) 123.00

    Looking back, the book is an abridgement of English poems preluded by a true story
    and beautifully connected with a bouquet of poems, by the author. His close observation
    of people and places, in his hometown, Kashmir or during his wide travels in plains,
    deserts, high hill mountain ranges, including the icy land of Antarctica and his
    understanding of what goes through a soldier's heart and mind, have contributed
    substantially to the creation of this book.
    The author takes you on a gripping journey through his poems on romance, unrequited
    love, motherhood, relations, battlefield, personal loss and social concerns that presently
    pose a great challenge to humanity.

  • Ek Space by: Sarika Bhushan 225.00

    These stories are me and myself: the inner urge that I have had; the experiences that I have gone through; the environment that I have been in. A kaleidoscope they’re: one can peep through the vignettes of life.

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    A story that is based on observation of society and relations. Small things that are usually ignored. It was meant to be a gift for my parents.

    Sanskriti by: Hemlata Naina 122.00

    A story that is based on observation of society and relations. Small things that are usually ignored. It was meant to be a gift for my parents.

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    The story tree is a book by a five year old. The stories in this book are all about insight of a child and how he sees the world around him. Kids would surely love to hear from the same age Author.

    Story tree – Tales that tell a lot by: Rivaan Joshi 150.00

    The story tree is a book by a five-year-old. The stories in this book are all about the insight of a child and how he sees the world around him. Kids would surely love to hear from the same age Author.

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    Kalam’s Proverbial Stories for Children is a collection of twelve short stories in translation. Each story reflects the noble ideas Kalam sowed in the hearts of the youth, for building the self and a better India. The simple and straight forward moral woven into these stories would make great reading for younger generations.

    Kalam’s proverbial stories for children by: Dr. R. Ahalya 120.00

    Kalam’s Proverbial Stories for Children is a collection of twelve short stories in translation. Each story reflects the noble ideas Kalam sowed in the hearts of the youth, for building the self and a better India. The simple and straight forward moral woven into these stories would make great reading for younger generations.

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    WAREHOUSE OF KNOWLEDGE. THIS BOOK OFFERS STORIES, POEMS AND BLOGS THAT INTRODUCE MORAL VALUES TO CHILDREN. THIS BOOK IS CRUCIAL IN THE GROWING STAGE AS TEACHES NECESSARY CHARACTER TRAITS. THERE IS A MORAL TO EVERY STORY WITH POSITIVE LESSON, TOLD IN A FRIENDLY SUBTLE WAY TO TOUCH THE YOUNG HEARTS & TICKLE THE CURIOUS MINDS WITH FASCINATING ILLUSTRATIONS

    Eleven Eleven Eleven by: Inaya Shrivastava 235.00

    WAREHOUSE OF KNOWLEDGE. THIS BOOK OFFERS STORIES, POEMS AND BLOGS THAT INTRODUCE MORAL VALUES TO CHILDREN. THIS BOOK IS CRUCIAL IN THE GROWING STAGE AS TEACHES NECESSARY CHARACTER TRAITS. THERE IS A MORAL TO EVERY STORY WITH POSITIVE LESSON, TOLD IN A FRIENDLY SUBTLE WAY TO TOUCH THE YOUNG HEARTS & TICKLE THE CURIOUS MINDS WITH FASCINATING ILLUSTRATIONS

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    Light at the end of the tunnel is the collection of short stories that takes you to the different tales where every character speaks about their life and their journey to cross the dark tunnel to reach the bright phase of life. Each story inspires you one or the other way. It is the beautiful mixture of emotions and pain one goes throughout the life and how they found ways to overcome each painful phase and attained a victory.The book also has a quick poetry section on love, life and fun. It gives you a chance to travel through happy and sad part of one’s life.
  • The Goodie Bag by: Dr. ketki kalele bhokare 252.00
    “The Goodie Bag” is a fresh collection of brain & vocabulary boosting bilingual (English & Marathi) creative and  rational fun poetries for children. 
  • The Four Unpredictable Years by: Shivam Bansal 112.00

    The story starts with the author being confused about his career option and chosing a desired college for further studies and how he manages to live outside his hometown for the first time. How a reserved not so good looking guy and shy person got changed into one of the most popular personalities of his college.

    The author then meets the crush of his life in an exam hall and how he manages to talk to her and did he confess his love to her or not?

    He then remembers some moments with his friends and why he felt being cheated by his best friend.

    He also narrate about various trips he had during college and discussed his experience and how a mere trip changed his life.

    The author then talks about his final year of college and how he desperately wanted to work in an organisation and was he able to clear his interview or not?

    He then comes to the final phase of his student life and how a call turned his entire life.

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