He grew up in hardships and he did not have giant dreams, he was a normal man living a very simple life. Then how did he become a criminal or how he was made a criminal? Well 498a can make any man and his family a criminal. Whatever happened to him can happen to anyone. Who was the real culprit, Court will decide that but It will be very late then. Till the court decides , Man will remain the offender .There is no system of punishing a false accuser woman, so this business will continue.
How did that normal man become criminal, what were the situations and what was his crime?
This book isn’t just a collection of poems, but showcases a kaleidoscope of emotions and experiences. These poems will help you feel more than what is written in them and read what is unwritten! ‘Beyond (words) And Between (the lines)’ is an effort to take you through a rigorous mental workout. This exercise won’t leave you exhausted, though. Rather it will reinvigorate your grey matter. The poems – mostly without any pattern -mirror life’s trials and tribulations, despair and hope, even as they reflect ironies abounding the planet we call Earth.
This is a revolutionary book in Indian context. The foundational health & wellbeing topics covered in this book have never been touched upon so collaboratively in any health & wellness book. This book delves into the health state of humans in modern times. Alongside, it puts across the traditional viewpoints on health & wellbeing adopted from ancient works of Macrobiotics, Traditional Chinese Medicine & Ayurveda. It strongly justifies why ancient healing practices understood human body & health far better than how it is understood in modern times. It explains how preventive healing was practiced by various ancient cultures of the world globally, way before modernization made the world sick! This book will forever transform many of your commonly held beliefs about yourself, sickness, health & wellbeing. It will empower you to know and understand yourself inside out, and how your body intricately performs to the tunes of nature. It unfolds the ancient art of working on oneself for lasting health, wellness, energy, beauty, radiance and weight-loss, all in a single shot!
“An unexamined life is not worth living.”, said Socrates during his last trial. Plato, in his recollection of speeches by Socrates, has described this statement having profound meaning. In my opinion, if we apply this principle to our life whether personal or social, time and again, then this world would be a better place to live in for all of us.
A month of my life, just like Cup Of Coffee. It started with the sweet fragrance of care and warmness of a newly formed relation taking over the sadness I had embraced for years. All my nightmares turned into dreams. Love, just like coffee made a dreamer insomniac. That’s something expected to happen when the reality is better than dreams. When we were lost in the essence of love, just like those last sips of unmixed coffee, it ended with the bitterness. The bitterness that took over the luscious of love I was lost in. About the Author Anushka Jain, a young high school student, is a sixteen-year-old from the city of food and love, Indore. Her tremendous interest in writing made her write numerous short stories and poems in her early teens. Anushka, not just a writer but an artist, is attracted to every other form of art including music and dance. Besides Facebook, you can easily find her reading at the back seat of her car or wandering in streets. Her life goes around the smile of her mother that reaches her almond shaped deep eyes on every little success of her.
Short stories are blessed in their narrative since they are not full novels and hence “Shorter.” The writer gets away with murder by leaving enough to the colorful imagination and interpretation of the reader. I am hopeful that multiple perspectives would emerge from readers of different age groups and nationalities while reading these stories that span a lifetime and traverse global settings. I am confident that there would indeed be something for everyone here.
The book “Don’t get lost; just lose” puts you on an autopilot to weight loss and motivation. It sets you on a journey of improvement and transformation. How the power of self belief and intrinsic understanding of self can change a person from being depressed to being able to inspire. This book is about combating against the hindrances to success in weight lose which every individual faces in daily routine.
Obesity is becoming an imminent problem for the world and it is the root cause to major diseases. Hence, it becomes the responsibility of every individual to fight against being obese and also inspire others to be fit, healthy and happy. The writer wishes to motivate the readers to take charge of own life and of many others by setting examples of success.
Full of interesting stories and memorable characters, the book acquaints you with emotions and their relevance in our lives. Spica has woven each emotion into a beautiful story and poetry. For the first time, Spica brings to you poems on emotions for children in this illustrated volume.
The stories will make you smile and some will make you think and wonder. A good read for children (6-10 yrs), their parents and teachers, this book is simple and engaging.
Spica makes a deliberate effort to make children understand emotions in a very meaningful manner. The stories like, “The Robot Racer”, “Crows Follow Sammy”, “The Writer’s Bungalow” and others take you to a new world of reality and adventure. Spica’s ideas and concepts come across nicely making this collection an exceptional and cohesive one.
Epistles is a sui-generis book that consists of letters. The book intends to revive a genre that has seldom been attempted in the modern literature; i.e. epistolary form of writing.
In the modern world, where we can easily convey our thoughts to someone with the few movements of our fingertips, we usually find letters as something very old-fashioned and dull. Writing and, sneaking and peeking into a letter and unfurling the mystery and the real story can be really exciting! Experience thyself!!
Karunya, a Hindu Delhi boy and Aasma, a Muslim Lucknow girl fall for each other while battling against a series of strange events. They set out on an adventure trip to unravel a mystery which has made their life miserable in the past few months. But instead of setting it right, they delve themselves into more grave problems. Karunya and Aasma are spellbound when they finally discover the reasons behind the troubles they are going through.
The country is under a devastating terrorist attack. The special task force is formed to capture the gang of terrorists. While the terrorists and the STF team get down to even each other, Karunya and Aasma, the protagonists of the story are busy decoding the mystery.
The romantic thriller keeps the reader guessing that one person among them, who happen to be part of the terrorist gang.
This was the ugliness of human selfishness and greed. She never wanted to become a victim of betrayal, desire, power, corruption and lust. The world around her was very cruel especially when her husband was not in position to defend her physically though he used to show anger. She faced the ruthlessness of the villagers and fought to become a respectable BAHU (Bride) of the village from an unassuming immigrant.
The purpose of this book is, to remind people that they have the potential of becoming a millionaire inside them. I started my journey as a middle-class and today find myself as a millionaire. On this journey as I traveled across the country speaking to audiences of all kinds for a decade. I met people from various believes and cultures, but I found one thing common in middle-class families. They all are full of huge potential and enough talent. But they limit themselves, Most of them never realize their potential and die with their music inside. After reading this book, you will realize the facts that what is stopping you to become millionaire. The seven steps to become millionaire and how to grow your potential. You will find many great examples, new ideas and many inspiring quotes. You will not only come to know that how to become rich but how to manage your accumulated riches well and grow it into multimillions.
‘Just one more button down’ is a collection of no strings attached expression over diverse emotions in lives of various beings. These stories were found in a meeting room, at those 3 A.M. wake up moments, over a clueless city drive, under the shower cries, over cup of coffees with friends, during a pedicure dip, dealing with kitchen chaos, inside a chamber of a gynecologist, during heated argument with my man, while singing a lullaby, while doing grocery and at all those places where conception of stories is not expected.
Each story is a compilation of versatile emotions felt during tiniest events shaping around and within me. None of these is tampered under the anxiety of how it would be perceived. They are the honest expression about how lives could be being put through a specific situation. Fiction was let loose and each character, plot, and expressions are presented as most virgin here between two covers.
LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL (Unfold the Mysteries of Life)
An inspiring book by Narendra Singh Negi to read and understand how using few triumph principles one can succeed in life. It tells how one can find Purpose and Passion in Life.
The book is a motivating and realistic guide that will help any aspiring person to move from where he is presently to where he desires to be. This book will facilitate readers to take charge of their lives and will illustrate how to live with impulse and enthusiasm, overcome problems and administer time better. The book consists of time tested principles of successful life led by common people around the world.
These factors apply to everyone, irrespective of their profession and will certainly help the readers accomplish their goals in Life and make it Beautiful.
Everyone has a right to live life on his or her terms so why not Sandra?” She thought to herself. Just because she was a divorcee, it didn’t mean that her sex life had to dry. Sandra was young and had her bodily needs so she was sometimes finding her life entering the second phase of her sexual life.
Lucy completed her nemesis and the journey through train compartments. Now it is time for her to confront the larger challenge of survival between humanity, sustainability, and artificial intelligence. Will Lucy be successful in facing the impending struggle?
When all longing to be wrapped in the warm embrace of the beloved and all expectations of love were shattered into smithereens, I came to accept life as it is! All urges, desires and longings turned into mirages. Reality turned into a dream. Dream vanished into thin air. My throbbing heart shrank. And the curtain of life fell! But just then the realisation dawned and a transcendental knowing came into being. I had the HOPE – is the core theme of my poems in “MIDIDA VEENE”
MOHINI WAS THE BEAUTY LIKE LA BELLE DAME SANS MERCI.SHE WAS THE VICTIM OF CIRCUMSTANCES. SHE WAS GANGRAPED. SHE NOT ONLY AVENGED HER RAPE BUT ALSO ENSURED A DEATH FEAR IN THE SOCIETY THAT MANY RAPES WERE THWARTED BECAUSE OF THE FEAR. SHE GENERATED IN THE MINDS OF RAPISTS. MURDERERS.SHE WAS THE TIGRESS AS THE WORD DEFINES.
During these 20 years of Business Consulting, me & my senior colleague Dr. Naware had an opportunity to come across very funny characters in the management facets. The stories which are evolved in this book are not that factual. However, very similar to the stories which we witnessed.
On the introspection, we feel the incidence are funny & a lot of learning can happen. Hence written.
In modern era post-2010, now the fun in management still exists but in the different form of Startups, Funding, Incubation & Scaling up. We are vigilant & will certainly get the hold on funny & entertaining situations in the era of multiple ‘x’ factor.
Meanwhile, this is a social reading for general & learning module for management students.
In an agreement, it is written that in Gestational surrogacy, after the surrogate mother physically carried the baby throughout the pregnancy, she needs to physically and emotionally detach herself from the child once it is born but in case of Radhika, no detachment would be required. She could meet and play with the kid without the kid knowing about surrogacy at whatever point of time and age. There would not be any physical contact between biological father and surrogate mother. But what happened thereafter……… ………?