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By abc

The epic tale of victory and defeat… The story of the Ramayana had been told innumerable times. The enthralling story of Rama, the incarnation of God, who slew Ravana, the evil demon of darkness, is known to every Indian.

Asura Tale Of The Vanquished
By abc

“THE MAHABHARATA ENDURES AS THE GREAT EPIC OF INDIA. While Jaya is the story of the Pandavas, told from the perspective of the victors of Kurukshetra, Ajaya is the tale of the Kauravas, who were decimated to the last man. …

AJAYA –  RISE OF KALI (Book 2)
By abc

Arjuna is the immortal tale of one of India’s greatest heroes. These pages retell in riveting detail the story of the Pandava Warrior-Prince who has captured the imagination of millions across centuries. This is the intense and human story of his loves, friendship, ambitions, weaknesses and follies, as well as his untimely death and revival, his stint as a eunuch, and the innermost reaches of his thoughts.Told in a refreshingly modern and humourous style and set against the staggering backdrop of the Mahabharata. Arjuna’s story appeals equally to the average, discerning reader and the scholar. It spans the epic journey from before his birth, when omens foretold his greatness, across the fabled, wondrous landscape that was his life.

Arjuna  Saga Of A Pandava Warrior-Prince
By abc

“When indiscipline at Roderick International School, Mussoorie, becomes an alarming issue for members of the Board, educators and parents alike, CEO Jacob Roderick decided to bring in an experimental teacher, Roma Mathur against the wishes of the Board of Directors …

WANTED BACK-BENCHER AND LAST-RANKER TEACHER
By abc

The best things come in small packages… self-help, motivation, philosophy, social commentary and humour, are all rolled into this little book of quotes and snippets. Ideal for the office shelf, bedtime reading or stress-busting short breaks, this handy, easy-to-carry volume, does not have any one lesson to share, but many – which one can come back to again and again whenever one wishes to.

The Book Under My Pillow
By abc

In order to get what you want, you must act; and in order to act, you must apply force. And it is a self-evident proposition that the force to be applied is one within yourself… whether you seek health, wealth, development, position or happiness, you must apply your own inward force… you cannot get it in any other way. ~ Walter D. Wattles

The Science of Getting Rich
By abc

” Twenty-six alphabets, twenty-six names, and twenty-six short stories. Each exploring one unique emotion, taking you into the dark recess of the mind. Some frothy and most of them dark. Most standing alone and some facing a mirror, where the …

Rukhsat The Departure
By abc

Setu and Anila stopped just short of the first forest, Sukaan – which was the only way to the dark woods of Ula. Anila’s legs trembled as they stood there looking at the enormity of the dark woods. “If this is Sukaan, how frightening will Ula be? She wondered. As they made their way slowly through the thickets in the dead of the night, Setu and Anila could not help but be overwhelmed by the majestic Silver Oaks, the coolness of the swaying fronds, and the swoosh of the tall shrubs that seemed to warn the trespassers of the impending danger they were getting closer to..

Little Setu And The Forbidden Forest Of Ula
By abc

India and China the inheritors of two ancient civilizations and aeons of neighbourly

Dividing Lines: Contours of India-China Discord
By abc

The Speed of Time is the most unusual book on popular science that you will read. The world you live in is stranger than fiction¡K as you read this, you exist in other places at the same time. Do not regret having missed the chance to realize your dreams, for you may just have fulfilled it in another universe..

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By Uday Kagal

ABOUT THIS BOOK This book is a direct result of stories. From all those villagers I met who are my main source of inspiration, and my colleagues with whom I had animated discussions on development. But this book would not have been possible without all those people who contributed generously and candidly to our Discovery. It is an outcome of my diverse experiences, undying curiosity and firm belief in the power of human beings to want to collaborate, to create shared value and create a better world. It urges us to reflect on where we are, and where we wish to go. And the way we engage in philanthropy is perhaps as good a place to start as any. This book is about the past, the present and one possible future for social good. It seeks to identify the underlying problem and search for new solutions. How I learnt that the problems of philanthropy start from wrong intent, but the real problem lies in the fact that it creates dependencies. The landscape is divided today and standing purposefully. There is a dichotomy between the tough conditions for doing business and an unresolved ecosystem, but also between intent and resolve, a function perhaps of its life stage, transitioning reflectively from philanthropy towards accountability, scale and sustainability. There are three key components of the solution: people desire dignity more than they desire charity; they demand service as customers; and customer based models bring seriousness, accountability and better outcomes. This book suggests three broad directions for the future: new kinds of capital for scale, new business models for sustainability and making shifts in how we think. The reactions to this book will vary from indignation to cynicism to denial to relief.

Philanthropy Sucks!
By Ugesh A. Joseph

Zense is the essence of Zen for an individual’s positive transformation into a holistic and effective Leader and Manager. This book takes a refreshing new look at the principles and practices of Zen and Meditation, that have growing even critical, relevance today in the spheres of Leadership and Management. Contemporary research and management literature reiterates what Zen Masters and adepts have been telling us for years-how to create a stress-free environment where synergy and innovation happens and people’s potentialities come to fruition. These principles are now being recognized and incorporated into best management practice.

ZENSE  For An Evolved Leadership
By V.K. Madhav Mohan

Lonely at the Top is about leaders and the challenges they face as they walk alone. This edited anthology contains the reflections of a seasoned Mentor, on the leadership dilemmas of the CEO in a turbulent and unpredictably changing world. With examples and experiences, the author indicates, sometimes subtly and at other times, forcefully, the tools, mindsets and approaches that enable leaders to steer their organizations safely through dangerous times. Many Indian CEOs also suffer from cultural schizophrenia, whether acknowledged or not – a crisis of identity stemming from the differing dialectics of modern Western business culture and India’s own rich, philosophical heritage. Using real experiences as telling case studies, the book demonstrates the value of anchorage in the spiritual ethos of India, and especially in the ambrosial mentoring of Arjuna by Lord Krishna, on the eve of a primordial conflict that has much in common with the inner conflicts in the minds of today’s decision-makers.

LONELY AT THE TOP : Reflections of a mentor
By C. R. Jena

What is the ground reality for a Salesman? Do the various laws, theories, hypotheses, anecdotes and sayings of science, mathematics, literature, engineering, management, history – in fact, everything that we painstakingly read and absorb in order to gain our college degrees before we start working, equip us for field situations when we actually go into the all–too–real–world of Sales? Can we really use the academic learning we struggled with and paid so much for, to sell better? Are there certain factors (which do not appear in the pages of any college or business school text), that are crucial to success in Sales? In an engaging narrative based on his own 15 years in the field, the Author explores the answers to just these questions. The book is light reading and fun but the lessons it contains are both down–to–earth and serious. This is not a self–help book to make you a Sales champion, but if you do pick up a few tips along the way, then that is a double whammy!

A SALESMAN’S LESSONS What I Studied Is what I Failed to see
By Swapnil Pawar

In 2007, a global financial and economic crisis broke out that shook the world. It spun the globe into a common vortex. Whether it was loss of equiry value or real estate, salary downgrades, job loss or lack of market demand in business, the crisis affected every one, everywhere. The scale of this crisis was unlike any other economic upheaval since the Great Depression of 1929-1933. IT deeply impacted the global economic and financial order, as well as the advent of global trade and the mobility of capital. The long-term effects of the crisis will continue to effect our lives for many years to come. What and who caused the crisis? Was it wall Street? Was it global economic imbalances built on an undervfalued Yuan and an overvalued Dollar? Or was it the loose monetary policy which caused asset bubble? More importantly, what should we do to forecast and forestall crises such as this in the future? Unfortunately, discussion on these vital concerns have largely remained the preserve of aademics and experts. The lay person has come to understand the crisis only in terms of its tangible impact on home and workplace- and through pop-speak such as sub-prime mortgages and credit -default- swaps’. This book attempts to demystify the crisis for the layman and make him a participant in discussions regarding our collective future.

Anatomy of Froth
By Rena Singh Ghai

Budget Busters is devoted to rendering a highly technical subject user-friendly.Its primary goal is to enhance public awareness and understanding of the details of the budgets,government budgeting and resource allocation. All of us know that money is a volatile commodity. The earning and deployment of money, whether at a personal,state or country level, is of primary importance in ensuring self-sufficiency and wealth. Budgeting is used as a universal tool to monitor money. However, one needs to understand how to create and use Budgets in order to be able to appreciate its use. Government budgets are usually complicated to such an extent that the common man is unable to understand what they actually mean in real terms for them. So should one just give up on these budgets? Or should one attempt to understand them?

BUDGET  BUSTERS
By Pavan Raina

Managing Art is the outcome of the global journey on values focused on the organisational set-up. The author indirectly has tried to ask serious readers to be ready for a change in mindset for their own growth. This not only can contribute to growth in an organisation but also generate immense satisfaction in oneself. The book is about management techniques. Basic management is described for the business and industrial segments; it also discusses managing self which is an essential requirement for any person at any stage and age.

Managing ART Managing Made Simple
By Sunil Ranjhan

NO RIGHT ANSWERS is a practical management guide for developing your subordinates, building winning teams and developing capabilities to become an inspirational leader in the workplace. This compelling narrative takes you on a riveting journey to discover simple alternatives for resolving human relation issues; management dead-ends; and ethical dilemmas which we encounter on a daily basis.

No Right Answers

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