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The Chiseled by Neelam Saxena Chandra
There are circumstances beyond our control that often make us feel helpless, vulnerable and marooned. The protagonists in the collection “The Chiseled World” are also victims of these situations and feel lost. However, following different paths, these characters also come face to face with their inner lighthouse and an infinite quantum of light begins to shine in their souls. Their ultimate goal in life might change as per their situations, but they find peace which emanates from their heart, mind and soul. The stories of “The Chiseled World” have been cleverly weaved by the best-selling author Neelam Saxena Chandra around relationships and the journey which these characters undertake.

Art of War to Art of Living by Ravi Valluri

In midst of chaos, there is also opportunity, were the inspiring words of Sun Tzu, the ancient military strategist of China. Art of War to Art of Living is a riveting tale inspired by the true story of an exceedingly bright and successful technocrat in China. The protagonist, a young woman, gains unprecedented success before things take a dramatic turn. She decides to follow in the footsteps of Xuan Zang, the ancient Chinese traveller who came to India in quest of pristine Buddhism and Buddhist texts. Fourteen hundred years later, with highly improved logistics, in an interconnected, webbed world, why does Xiao Ming decide to follow the arduous path of the ancient monk? Is it Buddhism or something else?
Every hurt is trying to shake you, to see whether you are strong or not. It tests your strength. It is to make you stronger” – Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar.

What I Love About You and Our Memories by Sanjay D

This gift will bring that thousand crores smile on your loved ones face. A gift that they will never forget for the rest of their life.This is a fill-in-the blank gift book which helps you to express your deep inner connection and the memories you share with your partner. It takes you down the memory lane in the most beautiful manner and express your hidden love towards your partner in the form of a book. It is a meaningful gift that you could give to your loved one to cherish the love and celebrate every moment in life. Ideally, It is a reflection of your love and the strong basement for the future as well.

The Penguin History of Early India: From the Origins to AD 1300 by Romila Thapar

The Land of India: From then to now The Penguin History of Ancient India: From the Origin to AD 1300 is a historical tribute to Indian history and the rich culture and heritage of ancient India. The book explores India’s past quite vividly, helping readers to visualize the formation of a nation and how it grew and flourished over generations. It explores all varieties of hue that India represented from then to now and documents India like it has never been documented before. A Ride Through the Ages The historical book starts right from the prehistoric era and enumerates the good and the bad of every era that followed. It compares the religious customs, living habits, economical prosperity, traditions and rituals of each era, giving readers a clear idea of how India formulated to be what it is today. Emergence of all the great dynasties have been discussed in detail and it is made clear what the emergence of a particular dynasty meant for India. It also documents names of revered scholars, rulers and visionaries through the ages and discusses their contributions.

To Kill a Democracy: India’s Passage to Despotism by Debasish Roy Chowdhury and John Keane

An urgent survey of India’s democratic shortcomings… The book is a happy marriage of the authors’ skills and expertise. A thoroughgoing, finely grained awareness of Indian politics and society is blended with a rigorous understanding of how democracy works and what is needed for it to thrive. The book avoids academic jargon, with the result that it is clear, accessible and compelling… it will be a fascinating read for anyone who cares about the fate of the world’s biggest democracy.

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