ਭਾਰਤੀ ਲੋਕ ਨੀਚ ਕਿਵੇਂ ਬਣੇਂ ? – ਗੁਰਨਾਮ ਸਿੰਘ ਮੁਕਤਸਰ (BHARTI LOK NEECH KIVEN BANE? – Gurnaam Singh Mukatsar)
A Punjabi book that traces the oldest Aryan and Dravid people’s war against each other and clash over supremacy. It also post-mortem Hindu Vedas, the Epics and scriptures and how they established their hegemony over native people
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THE BOY WHO LOVED – Durjoy Datta$40.00Select options
Raghu likes to show that there is nothing remarkable about his life–loving middle-class parents, an elder brother he looks up to and plans to study in an IIT. And that’s how he wants things to seem–normal. Deep down, however, the guilt of letting his closest friend drown in the school’s swimming pool gnaws at him. And even as he punishes himself by hiding from the world and shying away from love and friendship, he feels drawn to the fascinating Brahmi–a girl quite like him, yet so different. No matter how hard Raghu tries not to, he begins to care…
THE BOY WITH A BROKEN HEART – Durjoy Datta$40.00Select options
You’re asking me to hold your hand. And now you’re turning away from me. You are saying something but I can’t hear you. It’s too windy. You’re crying now. Now you’re smiling. I’m done. I love you . . .’ It’s been two years since Raghu left his first love, Brahmi, on the edge of the roof one fateful night. He couldn’t save her; he couldn’t be with her. Having lost everything, Raghu now wants to stay hidden from the world. However, the annoyingly persistent Advaita finds his elusiveness very attractive. And the more he ignores her, the more she’s drawn to him till she bulldozes her way into an unlikely friendship. What attracts at first, begins to grate. Advaita can’t help but want to know what Raghu has left behind, what he’s hiding, and who broke his heart. She wants to love him back to life, but for that, she needs to know what wrecked him in the first place. After all, the antidote to heartache is love
The Magic Drum and Other Favourite Stories – Sudha Murty$50.00Select options
Kings and misers, princes and paupers, wise men and foolish boys, the funniest and oddest men and women come alive in this sparkling new collection of stories. The clever princess will only marry the man who can ask her a question she cannot answer; the orphan boy outwits his greedy uncles with a bag of ash, and an old couple in distress is saved by a magic drum. Sudha Murty’s grandparents told her some of these stories when she was a child; others she heard from her friends from around the world. These delightful and timeless folk tales have been her favourites for years, and she has recounted them many times over to the young people in her life. With this collection, they will be enjoyed by many more readers, of all ages.
GENTLY FALLS THE BAKULA – Sudha Murty$50.00Select options
What is more important: a successful career or a happy marriage? In the small town of Hubli, Shrikant discovers that he is attracted to his plain-looking but charming neighbour Shrimati, who always does better than him in the school exams. Shrimati too falls in love with the amiable and handsome Shrikant and the two get married. Shrikant joins an IT company and starts rapidly climbing the corporate ladder. He works relentlessly and reaches the pinnacle of his industry, while Shrimati abandons her academic aspirations and becomes his uncomplaining shadow, silently fulfilling her duties as a corporate leader’s wife. But one day, while talking to an old professor, she starts examining what she has done with her life and realizes it is dismally empty… Gently Falls the Bakula is the story of a marriage that loses its way as ambition and self-interest take their toll. Written nearly three decades ago, Sudha Murty’s first novel remains startlingly relevant in its scrutiny of modern values and work ethics.