The Vanishing Stripes
In love with India’s jungles and wildlife, where excitement and danger is ever present, the authors bring the jungle, animals, and human characters to life with their unique style of writing. Teeming with memorable characters—such as the cunning man-eating tigress of Achanakmar, Masan Baba, the tantrik who took on a leopard armed with just a pair of tongs, and Baba Sita Ram Das, the sadhu who tended to crocodiles but lost his hand in the bargain—and interspersed with narratives of some British hunters of yore, these real life jungle tales are bound to entertain casual readers and wildlife enthusiasts alike.
Storm in a Teacup
I am a mere pre-verse in the lyrics; the song is yours,
I am a mere bend in the road; the pathway is yours,
I am a mere cloud that flits aimlessly; the sky is yours,
I am a mere comma behind the word; the sentence is yours,
So dont let me stop you from writing that song,
From finishing that journey, from touching the sky.
For I am a mere chapter in the novel,
The story has always been yours.
Unum Presbyterium One Priesthood: Diocesan Priests of the Tiswadi Taluka
Fr Nascimento Mascarenhas wrote his first book, Proclaimers of God's Kingdom - From Goa to Lisboa, Lives of Priests from Goa Archdiocese but living in Portugal, in 2001. Since then he has authored 10 books, and has continued with the same fervour completing this edition of Unum Presbyterium (One Priesthood), which lists Diocesan priests from Ilhas (Tiswadi). The first installment of this series, published in 2014, listed Diocesan priests from the Bardez taluka.
Salvaging Adidweep is set in the civil-war zone of Adidweep.
It unfolds in the streets of New Delhi, when an assailant shoots and grievously injures, the Kargil war hero, Surya, social worker Pragati, journalist Satya, and professor Rishi.
Living to Learn and Learning to Live: My Journey Across the Continents and Glimpses into My Ancestry
From the caste-like constraints of air force life and other hardships in India to professorial excellence and acclaimed public service in America, Living to Learn and Learning to Live takes readers on a journey that illuminates the nature of being human and the noblest aspirations of spirit. It is an inspiring story of overcoming adversity and striving for excellence, but also of humility, friendship, service, and ultimately, love.
I am Bina Raikar and this is the first book I have ever written.
The book is about a brother. A brother I never had. Although I always wished for an elder one, a wish that was never fulfilled, I wrote this book imagining life if I did have an elder brother. It is an honest imagination, replete with events good and bad, as one imagines they might have happened, acknowledging that while no one yearns for bad events in one's life, one cannot wish them away.
Sensing the Essence
How did the saints achieve enlightenment? Why can’t I? These are interesting questions. But the answers are not that obvious. This book, Sensing the Essence, addresses these questions by examining the convergence of Vedic scriptural teachings, discoveries in modern science, and saintly experiences.
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ANGTIR MOITREESANGHA is an illustrated Bengali book written by Aniruddha, with 49 wonderful illustrations and maps by Santi Chatterjee. The book is a translation of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Fellowship of the Ring, the first volume of his epic The Lord of the Rings. The Evil Lord Sauron has drawn to himself all the Rings of Power by which he can rule the world; all he needs to fulfill his plan is the Ruling Ring he lost, which has fallen into the hands of the hobbit Frodo Baggins, who now faces an impossible task : to find a way to destroy the Ring.
Blossoms from the Bough
This book is a compilation of poems, articles, and middles written by the author while he was in Goa as well as during his stay in Kenya, where he spent a considerable part of his life. These articles and poems, written by the author at various stages in his life, and on various subjects, are a reflection of the times he lived in. The author hopes that these experiences should provide the same pleasure and inspiration to the readers of this book as they did to him.More info →
The Professor Who Lost His Mind
"Help me, Professor, help me!"
A university professor is haunted by dreams of a beautiful woman, much to the annoyance of his suspicious wife.
The mystery woman seems desperate and is continually asking for the professor's help, but he has no clue who she is and where she might be. With the help of their two highly intelligent children, the professor and his wife are taken on an amazing adventure inside the professor's own mind to save his 'inner woman' from being crushed by his 'inner man'.