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Title : Sri Aurobindo Came to Me
Author : Dilip Kumar Roy
Pages : 376
Price : R 400
ISBN : 978-81-7276-489-0
About the book:

This book is an indispensable book for admirers of Sri Aurobindo, students of Yoga, lovers of poetry and serious practitioners of the Creative Art of Life. The author does ample justice to all the facts. The illustrative quotations and his appreciative comments enrich the volume immensely.Read More

Title : What life has Taught me
Author : Several Eminent Contributors
Pages : 176
Price : R 170
ISBN : 978-81-7276-581-1
About the book:

The contributors, who are from various sections of contemporary life, write with a revealing candour and, in not a few cases, are unsparing in the criticism of themselves. High-lighting the situation and events, rather than projecting themselves, they take care to keep their personalities in the background thereby sustaining the interest of the reader throughout.Read More

Title : Rigveda Samhita - Yathartha Anuvaad - (अन्वय तथा अर्थ सहित ) (भाग १) ( मंण्डल १ और २)
Author : Dr. Prasanna Chandra Gautam and Mr Mahesh Chand Maheshwari
Pages : 646
Price : R 1100
ISBN : 978-81-7276-561-3
About the book:

The book is a hindi translation of the Rig Veda Samhitaa - the most ancient document. This translation is a detailed analysis with detailed meaning. Read More

Title : Swapna Siddhi Kee Khoj Me (Autobiography - Book 3) - स्वप्न सिद्धि की खोज में
Author : K. M. Munshi
Pages : 332
Price : R 380
ISBN : 978-81-7276-567-5
About the book:

Munshji's biography in Hindi has been written in three parts.This book is the Hindi edition of the Second book of Munshi : His Art and Work Series. The Hindi editions have been published by the Bhavan's Delhi Kendra.Read More

Title : Miracles Do Still Happen
Author : Dilip Kumar Roy
Pages : 580
Price : R 400
ISBN : 978-81-7276-562-0
About the book:

This Book is a rendering in English of the author's Bengali novel Aghaton Ajo Ghate. It is however, not solely a novel though it is full of subtle characterisation and of interesting incidents. Such incidents are not of the type to be found in the usual romance or novel of adventure. It may be justly described as the story of a quest with its pursuit, failures, vicissitudes and lastly, fulfillment.Read More

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Dimdima is one of the most renowned magazines for children in India. It is published by Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. 'Dimdima' is a Sanskrit word meaning 'drumbeat'. In the days of King Ashoka road shows named 'Dimdima' were held to disseminate news of the king's victory. Dimdima provides infotainment to its young readers. The 48-page issue has all that is needed to create reading habit in children.


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