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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
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“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)
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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
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“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
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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
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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
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” 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
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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
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India and China the inheritors of two ancient civilizations and aeons of neighbourly

Dividing Lines: Contours of India-China Discord
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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 G A Kulkarni

If Hamlet, one of Shakespeare’s great tragic heroes, said of man, ‘What a piece of work is a man, how noble in reason, how infinite in faculties,…- And yet, to me, what is this quintessence of dust? Man delights not …

Shadows in the Desert
By Rashmi Narzary

Ten-year-old Barsau lives in poverty but is far from being poor. He does not go to a fancy school but learns the best from nature. His domain is not wide, yet the whole earth is his, as he revels in his own adventures under his share of the blue sky above his contented head and the earth under his joyous feet.

His Share of Sky
By G A Kulkarni

Renowned Marathi author G A Kulkarni’s translanted work, A journey Forever: Iskilaar and Other Stories, is about man’s journey for answers to trouling questions after the loss of a loved one or about the search of one’s destiny. (Iskilaar, Ahum: My Self, The Spot, Man or Monkey: Dead or Alive) in an attempt to understand it there is a way out of life’s misery (Redemption, The Swami, Aqua Mum).

A JOURNEY FOREVER
By Dhiruben Patel

A timeless journey to self-realisation.. By Sahitya Akademi Award winning author, Dhiruben Patel When a sannyasi turns his back on worldly life, he is said to have transcended the trammels of mundane existence. But what of the sannyasi who turns his back on renuciation itself? Rainbow at Noon describes the life of shan, who is able to navigate his soul out of the world and back into it, only to realize the place for the self is in the self. Here is the story of a sannyasi who returns to his home in Mumbai and how he is treated by the world. It is a brilliant account of the inner turmoil of every man who wishes to rise above himself. Lucidity and succinctness characterise Raj Supe’s translation of Dhiruben’s original Gujarati.

Rainbow at Noon
By Ambika Sirkar

A divorced mother with a son, Kaveri remarries and has a child with her new husband. The son, Kartik, from the previous marriage, remains close with his mother but is distant and unattached to his stepfather. Kaveri feels a sense of guilt for the muddled relationship between stepfather and son. It becomes her life work to keep peace. As Kartik grows into a fine young man with a caring attitude and passionate character, Kaveri wishes for him what she never had… a happy and fulfilling life. She encourages Kartik to find love and marriage.

No Crystal Stair
By Ram Govardhan

It’s story of victory of hope over hopelessness, of victory of grit over dejection. And of bad, violent politics that boomerang and devour the very practitioners. Unni leaves Indian shores to fulful his Arabian dream of eighteen. Sixteen years later, at thirty four, returns of India with a crore of rupees to settle down. Within two years, his own kin dupe him of millions and reduce him to utter poverty. Despite grinding poverty, with his conviction in his own capability intact, seeking jobs, Unni ultimately lands a job as a chef at a star hotel owned by a much storied politician, Gounder, in Tamilnadu. Unni works his way out of poverty to riches. His daughter, Omana, does well in studies. Gounder’s son, Sampath, and Omana go to the same college. Out of political compulsions, Gounder agrees to let Omana and Sampath marry.

Rough with the Smooth
By Sunil K Poolani

Indian writing in English is attracting world attention. It is no more a curiosity that once tickled the British and is accepted globally as a serious business. The Indian literary scene is in the midst of a radical transformation. Foreign publishers are coming to India to set up Indian subsidies. Likewise Indian authors/publishers are exploring international rollout frameworks to establish market leadership and reputation. This has transformed not only Indian publishing, but also Indian writing as global Indians have started targeting a worldwide audience.

URBAN VOICE – 4
By Sri Swamisatyamitrananda Giri, Raj Supe (translated by)

A unique concept of Samanvaya (harmonious compatibility of the religious and social ethos), flashed into the mind of Swami Satyamitrananda Giri while he was in deep meditation – and he gave voice to it in his teachings. Here are tales and words of wisdom from his texts, discourses, speeches and letters.

Hundreds of Shells
By Prashant Pinge

Raja, a golden brown stray mongrel, leads a carefree existence in Shivaji Park, spending his days lying under shady trees and chasing tennis balls. His friend Pakya, a white and black mongrel, happens to be the most feared dog on this side of the park. But, poor Pakya secretly pines for Bianca, a beautiful Golden Retriever, who only has eyes for Hero, a smooth-talking mongrel with a red scarf round his neck. Tiger Gondhlekar aka Gattu, an abandoned Labrador who is prepetually hungry, completes the trio.

Raja & The Giant Donut

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