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              Journey to the Centre of my Being
               

              Journey to the Centre of my Being (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

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              ISBN 9789387242647
              Released AU 1 Oct 2019
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              The Righteous Life: The Very Best of A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
               

              The Righteous Life: The Very Best of A. P. J. Abdul Kalam (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Kalam, A. P. J. Abdul

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              A definitive collection that brings together the best of A.P.J. Abdul Kalam's writings. Dr. Kalam, who was India's eleventh President and has been a scientist and a teacher, has written more than twenty books. Ranging from inspirational and spiritual thoughts, to autobiographical... reflections to his vision statements for a developed India, these works bear the imprint of a mind that is deeply reflective. For the first time, some of the most thoughtful, inspiring and educative of these writings have been compiled in one place in The Righteous Life. Some of the essays in this volume describe his early life, family and teachers and his entry into the world of scientific development and research. Also included are his thoughts on education, governance, probity in public life and his analysis and solutions to some of India's problems such as corruption, energy independence and the overall development of the country. Filled with wisdom and farsighted thinking that upholds honesty, diligence and spirituality, the Righteous Life showcases the working of one of the finest minds in the country.
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              ISBN 9788129134561
              Released AU 1 Nov 2014
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              Remember to Forget
                

              Remember to Forget (Paperback)

              By Puri, Neel Kamal

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              Tejpal is yet to outrun a murderous mob in his dreams. Mr Bakshi is, once more, throwing parties at his palatial home, but they can't erase the gnawing pain of lost innocence. Gurjant Singh, once the self-styled keeper of Sikh pride, is now a mere goon for hire, and madly in love... with Sweety the dancer.
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              ISBN 9788129120410
              Released AU 1 Sep 2018
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              Bonded
                

              Bonded (Paperback)

              By Bergsma, Harold M.

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              A deeply moving tale of suffering and courage of people forced into bonded labour. About the Book: Masih, a farmer, is indentured to landowner Mohammed Hakim. Forced by exploitation and utter poverty, Masih contracts his seven-year-old son Patrus to serve a six-year apprenticeshi...p in a carpet factory. A different form of bondage, though just as vicious, plagues Mohammed's family. Chamak, his niece, is abducted and forced into sexual slavery. She succeeds in escaping, but is forever imprisoned by the absurd codes of shame and purity that society imposes on her. A sensitive portrayal of human suffering and the ultimate triumph of the human spirit, Bonded is a compelling read. Key Selling Points: Beautifully captures the life of the 'bonded' and weaves a gripping and touching tale around it, Set in Pakistan, this sensitive book offers a rare window into the lives of people forced into labour, Explores several social and moral issues while delving into the world of human relationships and bonds, Deeply moving, the book features many well etched characters.
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              ISBN 9788129120519
              Released AU 1 Sep 2018
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              No Man Is an Island
                

              No Man Is an Island (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Bond, Ruskin

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              A series of biographies dedicated to the legends of India. Charitavali is a series of biographies dedicated to the legendary figures of India. The series presents the lives of great kings, freedom fighters, political thinkers, social reformers, pioneers of industry, scientists, p...hilosophers, artists, musicians, dancers, film stars, writers and sports people. The biographies have been written for the reader who is curious about the lives and achievements of these legends. Full of fascinating anecdotes and facts, written in an easy storytelling style, the biographies will make these great Indians and their times come alive for the reader.
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              ISBN 9788129145680
              Released AU 1 May 2013
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              INVISIBLE TIES
                

              INVISIBLE TIES (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By A.R., Nadya

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              A saga of love and longing; the story of a woman who tries to break free and liberate herself from her strong cultural ties...

              ISBN 9788129147974
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              LET'S HAVE COFFEE
                

              LET'S HAVE COFFEE (Paperback)

              By Mittal, Parul A.

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              `You know what, we overrate this love thing. We think, love is some Fevikwik bond that can never break,' Samir says and continues, `you know what I believe, I believe that each of the positive moments that we share with others is love.'

              ISBN 9788129148667
              Released AU 10 Sep 2017
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              MAHARASHTRA MAXIMUS: The State, Its People and Politics
                

              MAHARASHTRA MAXIMUS: The State, Its People and Politics (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Anandan, Sujata

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              Sujata Anandan delves into history to unravel multiple layers that explain the complexity of Maharashtrian politics and its impact on the Indian State.Enriched with perspectives of Vir Sanghvi and Anil Dharker in the Introduction and Foreword respectively

              ISBN 9788129149992
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              IN A CULT OF THEIR OWN: Bollywood Beyond Box Office
                

              IN A CULT OF THEIR OWN: Bollywood Beyond Box Office (Paperback)

              By Roychoudhury, Amborish

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              Each chapter discusses a film in great detail and includes snippets of some of their iconic dialogues, most times translated effectively to convey their meanings-the puns involved-for a non-Hindi speaking audience.

              ISBN 9788129151353
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              Birth of the Bastard Prince the Legend of Amrapali
                

              Birth of the Bastard Prince the Legend of Amrapali (Paperback)

              By Anand, Anurag

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              Legendary courtesan Amrapali's life story is as enigmatic and extraordinary as her beauty and grace. Found abandoned under a mango tree as an infant, the twists and turns of fate led her to become the Nagarvadhu, the most sought-after yet morally reviled courtesan of the kingdom ...of Vaishali. In Birth of the Bastard Prince, the sequel to the riveting The Legend of Amrapali, Anurag Anand explores Amrapali's eventful life as the Nagarvadhu. He describes in thrilling detail the war between Vaishali and Magadha, in which Amrapali played a crucial role; traces her love affair with Bimbisara, the emperor of Magadha, and the birth of their son Vimala Kondanna; reveals the palace intrigues and conspiracies that led to Amrapali's tribulations; and finally explains how Amrapali found the solace and happiness she so desired. Weaving together facts with fiction, written with a contemporary flavour, Birth of the Bastard Prince is an enchanting exploration of Amrapali's life as a courtesan and a mother, and her spiritual awakening in the Buddhist order.
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              ISBN 9788129134547
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