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In My Gita, acclaimed mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik demystifies The Bhagavad Gita for the contemporary reader. His unique approach - thematic rather than verse by verse - makes the ancient treatise eminently accessible. In a world that seems spellbound by argument over dialogue, vi-vaad over sam-vaad, Devdutt highlights how Krishna nudges Arjuna to understand rather than judge his relationships.
In late 2000, a young boy in Ahmedabad dreams of owning a business. To accommodate his friends' passion, he opens a cricket shop. However, nothing comes easily in a turbulent city. To realise their goals, they will have to face it all - religious politics, calamities, unacceptable love and, above all, their own mistakes. Will they make it? Can an individual's dreams overcome the nightmares of real life? Can we succeed despite mistakes?
The 365 Stories from Around the World is a treasure trove of stories from around the world - right from the barren sands of Arabia to the icy cold polar regions of Antarctica and different eras. Through this book, a child can travel and know about the culture and history of different places, all by sitting at one place!
International best-selling author and spiritual guide Kamlesh D. Patel explains how to use the spiritual practices of Heartfulness - relaxation, meditation, cleaning, and prayer - to expand your consciousness, evolve your mind, find true happiness, and live your purpose.
Birbal was a minister in the court of the Mughal Emperor Akbar and one of the members of his inner council of nine advisors. He was famous for his sharp intellect and a keen sense of humour. The stories of Akbar and Birbal are very popular among children and adults alike and form an indispensable part of the Indian folklore.
India’s fundamentals are, no doubt, stronger now than ever before, but the country also faces several old and new challenges in the areas of politics, economics, and governance. India Ahead: 2025 and Beyond highlights the immediate priorities that need to be tackled. The primary focus of this book is to promote the country’s national interest in the long run, irrespective of any party-specific political agenda - be it the right, the left, or the in-between.
Rohan is a telecom professional posted in Meerut and misses his girlfriend from college days, who had stopped interacting with him, without giving any reason. Although she had always stood by his side and her eyes reflected immense love, but she remained his mute girlfriend.
101 Jungle Stories is all about animals and their antics. There are shrewd sharks, bossy buffaloes, talkative tortoises, daring deer, clever cats, rowdy rats and...many more playful animals to entertain young listeners. The stories tell you how to live together peacefully while having a good time! A great book to add to your collection.
The Panchatantra is a collection of short stories from India, written more than 5,000 years ago! This is a collection of stories from that legendary collection. The stories inculcate moral values in children in a subtle and fun manner. Enjoy the stories, where plants and animals can converse with human beings too!
No other bandit in recent times has captured the public's imagination as much as Koose Muniswamy Veerappan. Be it his trademark moustache, stories of his daring escapades or his ruthless massacre of officers, Veerappan continues to fascinate, even 13 years after his death.
Sometimes a journey can be of discovery. And in this compilation, Ruskin Bond has discovered hair-raising stories of other people's journeys taken many, many years ago. Bond describes the old track from Rajpur to Mussorie, surrounded by oak trees and colonial buildings in 'The Kipling Road'. Braving blizzards and bandits, M. Huc takes a momentous journey to Ladakh in 'Journey to the Forbidden City', while Osa Johnson, the only woman adventurer in the book, gives her awe-inspiring account of cannibals in 'A Woman Among Cannibals'.
The year was 1991. Vivek was eight. He realized he was gay. Only he didn't: he just figured that he wanted to be different. And that he was in love - for want of a better word - with Deepak, his best friend. Then Mast Kalandar released, with Anupam Kher playing Pinku, a stereotypical gay character. And Vivek realized he didn't want to be Pinku. So he tried to walk differently, gesticulate differently, and speak in as gruff a voice as he could - all to avoid being Pinku.