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101 Great Personalities Who Change the World

Many take birth in this world and leave without leaving a mark. It is the ones who have left footprints on the sands of time that are remembered. They are the great people who have achieved something and inspired thousands. They are the people who have strived and contributed to the world and society at large.
This book is the saga of such hundred and one personalities and highlights their contribution in their respective fields. It throws light on the achievements of those who had the courage to follow their own heart and convictions, even when opposed. Their revolutionary ideas brought a change and shaped the course of history.

101 Positive Thoughts

101 Positive Thoughts by N.Raghuraman

101 Questions on Acupressure and Reflexology

Over a period of time, acupressure has gained a lot of prominence for the precise reason that it is free from any side effects since no medication/surgery is required. It is totally non-conventional, non- invasive and non- interventional. Moreover, it is seen that this therapy is very effective in helping patients suffering from cervical/ lumber spondylitis; sinusitis; backaches; knee pain; heel pains; sciatica; prolapsed disc; constipation; indigestion; IBS; PMS; insomnia; depression; tennis elbow; asthma; hypertension, migraine; neuro problems, etc., to name a few.
There was demand from many quarters for having a book in question and answer form, answering the questions that generally trouble the mind of learners/readers about the efficacy and usefulness of this therapy. As the title of the book itself suggests, an attempt has been made to answer probable questions that may come to the mind of the reader. All possible efforts have also been made to explain the precise location of the trigger points shown in the figures with as much clarity as possible.

101 Ways to Cure Diabetes

Diabetes is a demon ailment, which makes your body extremely weak by reducing the strength of your immune system and overall health. But, don?t fear as you can now take the bull by the horns with this 101 Ways To Cure Diabetes

101 Weight Loss Tips

?If eating less is a punishment, eating more is surely a crime.?
Dr. Anil Chaturvedi has succinctly put his thoughts in these words. One is constantly warned that excess of everything is bad: especially eating. Since the last 10-15 years, the lifestyle of people has changed drastically. It is fraught with mental tension and sedentary life, which completely rules out time for physical exercise or any physical activity that could help burn calories and mitigate health problems.
The author of this book has penned down, after great research, some measures which can reduce fat and help one maintain good health. In addition, he has explained in detail the causes and resultant effects of obesity.
These have been carried out based on various components of health. He has given information regarding BMI, proteins, carbohydrates, caloric value of food and how to calculate them. Besides this, he has given schedule of controlled diets also.
A practical handbook for losing weight and be healthy.


Nineteen Eighty-Four: A Novel, often referred to as 1984, is a dystopian social science fiction novel by English novelist George Orwell. It was published on 8 June 1949 by Secker & Warburg as Orwell’s ninth and final book completed in his lifetime. Thematically, Nineteen Eighty-Four centres on the consequences of totalitarianism, mass surveillance, and repressive regimentation of persons and behaviours within society. Orwell, himself a democratic socialist, modelled the authoritarian government in the novel after Stalinist Russia. More broadly, the novel examines the role of truth and facts within politics and the ways in which they are manipulated.

20 Dictators of the World

In the late nineteenth and twentieth century, with the disappearance of monarchies in many parts of the world, a new autocratic system emerged ? the dictatorship, in which all power over a state or community was again concentrated into the hands of one person, without being restricted by constitution, laws or opposition. The individual with this kind of absolute authority was known as the dictator.
Here are the twenty dictators of modern times whose actions have left a strong imprint on destiny of the country they ruled, and sometimes even influenced the very history of the world.
More often though, dictators rose to the power by leading a coup d??tat, in which often a weak monarch of government was deposed and instead a dictatorship?established. A nice read book to deep into history.

20 Greatest Astronauts of the World

There have been many astronauts who have made tremendous contributions to our knowledge of space. But asking ?who is the most famous?? is somewhat tricky. For one, it?s a bit subjective. And second, it can be hard to objectively measure just how important and individuals? contributions really are. Surely, all astronauts are deserving of recognition and respect for their bravery and contributions to the pursuit of knowledge.

20 Greatest Authors of the World

What would the world be without writers and, that too, great writers? They have authored several books and left behind for us their thoughts in their works. These books have inspired, enriched and guided many lives. Through the knowledge imparted to us in these books, we are able to understand various aspects of life and the world at large. In their books, they have viewed life from different perspectives and presented to us their philosophy.
Right from Homer to the present age, there have been numerous authors who have not only provided knowledge but also shared their experiences and enhanced the quality of life. They are our invisible guides, mentors and, of course, friends. It is impossible for a book to contain all great authors. Therefore, only twenty great authors have been selected. This book will apprise readers about these great authors whose names are written with golden letters in the history of literature.

20 Greatest Reformers of the World

Society is always in a flux. No matter how stable a community or country seems, certain forces within it are always pushing it in one or another direction, sometimes even in several different directions at the same time. And it is because of these inherent forces of change that certain ideas, ways of thinking and living in a social group wither away while others take their place.

20 Greatest Sportstars of the World

Successful athletes are real-life super heroes of today. With their awe-inspiring physical stamina, sporting prowess and often rugged good looks, these personalities are courted by billion-dollar brands as well as global audiences across all media platforms. In this way, sports-persons turn into sportstars and then often into cultural icons as well.
For the purposes of this book though, this is not enough. The genuinely successful sportspersons are those who have had some far-reaching impact on the sport or game concerned. They may have brought about a major innovation in the way the sport is played or perhaps popularised the sport in a way that it was not before. Additionally, some sportspersons may have had raised the bar so high in their particular sport that for years and decades, the records they set remained unbroken.
Based on such achievements, this book has zeroed on these twenty sportspersons who are truly the greatest of all time. These men and women have not just attained fame and financial success ? some belonging to the earlier half of the twentieth century in fact did not ? but have contributed to their game and to sports in general, in such a way so as to award high points in the evolution of the human both in body and mind.

25 Greatest Inventors of the World

Humans are an ingenious species. Though we’ve been on the planet for a relatively short amount of time (Earth is 4.5 billion years old), modern Homo sapiens have dreamed up and created some amazing, sometimes far-out, things. From the moment someone bashed a rock on the ground to make the first sharp-edged tool, to the debut of the wheel to the development of Mars rovers and the Internet; several key advancements stand out as particularly revolutionary. Here are our top picks for the most important inventions of all time, along with the science behind the invention and how they came about.

25 Most Common and Hidden Diseases of Women

This book shares the most common and hidden women diseases about which most of the women don?t know or even if they do, they do not realize how easily they can cure it with a few small lifestyle changes.
This book stresses on how by doing yoga and implementing some dietary changes women can keep themselves fit and safe from diseases.

251 Amazing Facts of Mathematics

Mathematics pertains not only to calculations. Its inner beauty can be judged once you dive deep into the ocean of mathematics and bring to the surface some interesting pearls for self satisfaction. The deeper you dive, the better are the chances of obtaining pearls of superior quality.
This book is a collection of 251 informative mathematical facts that have been gleaned through several years of extensive research. It not only deals with the history of ancient mathematics but also focuses on researches undertaken in recent times. The information collected here is so interesting and informative that lovers of mathematics and researchers alike will find this book of immense help.
Potential mathematician as well as lovers of mathematics will be able to glimpse the other side of mathematics which is rarely observed in any book. Also useful for students of all classes that will help them develop interest in Mathematics.

31 Green Habits to Save Our Planet

Rohit Mehra is an IRS officer of 2004 batch. He is a man of versatile hobbies, passions and creativity. He is an author, blogger and motivational speaker. He is a passionate environmentalist and pioneer of vertical gardens in India. He is known as Greenman and has created more than 40 micro- jungles using the principles of Vruksayurveda and Miyawaki. He has planted nearly 7.50 lakhs plants in nearly 4 years and created more than 550 vertical gardens. He has spearheaded the movement of seed-balls in India and has got made and distributed close to 20 lakhs seed-balls in last 3 years which in itself is a record. He has created 2 mobile applications by the name ?Sundari? and ?Election-Eye?. He has been the guiding force to create a mobile app ?Tirth-yatra?. He is running a successful blog on personality development by the name ?Design Your Destiny?. He has also written articles on various topics which have featured in national newspapers.

41 Tips For Success in Share Market

This book is the latest one by renowned research analyst, Mahesh Chandra Kaushik. At present, the old techniques in the stock market have become almost ineffective, because with the advent of discount broker houses and the increase in the participation of retail investors in options and delivery in the market, the time has gone when the investors used to buy large amounts of a stock and held for 15 to 20 percent return. At present, most retail investors are either trading on intra-day, making a profit on a single day or making money in a call option of a seven-day short expiry in an option, or taking a small profit in a swing trade, leading to more small range market fluctuations.
The present book written in this context is the only one of its kind in which the author has made a meaningful effort to share many things in few words by incorporating intra-day, option trade and swing trade. The author has shared his 15 years of trading experience through 41 tips, which are essential for all investors?big and small?seeking to earn profits in the stock market.

50 Great Freedom Fighters

Had it not been for our brave and gallant freedom fighters, India would still be enslaved by the blood-sucking colonisers. Mahatma Gandhi, Mangal Pandey, Bhagat Singh, Subhash Chandra Bose, Veer Savarkasr, Lokmanya Tilak, Chandrashekhar Azad followed another end of the pole, upholding the use of violence to attain the much-elusive freedom and independence. This book is an inspriational collection of 50 Greatest Freedom Fighters who had different stratagems in mind, but all functioned as juggernauts in the National upsurge to battle psychological and corporeal slavery. The pleasant surprise in this list of freedom fighters is that it is not just dominated by male presence, but females also figure in this list. Even the homemakers were brought out of their comfort zones and fight alongside men, painting a feminist picture in the National struggle for freedom. It is hard to forget strong women like Sarojini Naidu to mention a few, who were fearless in the face of danger. This work commemorates all these freedom fighters, without whom India would still be trapped within the shackles of slavery. It is a tribute to all those great souls!

50 Greatest Mathematicians of the World

Mathematics is considered the most dreaded subject. However it is extremely interesting and one should read about it. Had this subject not been interesting then some of the great physicist, doctors, lawyers, poets, story writers, etc., in their later life would not have turned to study it and made great discoveries in the field of mathematics. While mathematics itself may be a form idable subject for many, the lives and accomplishments of history?s greatest mathematicians are fascinating. This book is intended for people interested to know the heroic journey of those great mathematicians who have made important contribution to mathematics, through their ideaes, teaching or in other ways. The main emphasis is on their work and achievement in the field of mathematics.
I hope this book will serve adual purpose: firstly help students realize mathematics is not to be dreaded but helpful in achieving in other subjects; secondly help those who hate the subject respect it.

A Bouquet of Flowers

The human life that we get after many births is priceless. It has to be spent in a very careful manner. Shakespeare words ?that life does not mean anything?, does not stand. Nature is a very important part of our lives.

A Cello for Bihar

1950 was the year. Khem Rao was just another child born in rural Bihar on a hot Indian summer day. It was a poor farming village and his life?s script was expected to be no different to anyone else born into such circumstances. However, destiny had other plans.
This book charts the course of his extraordinary life. His childhood and youth are full of twists and turns. He gets orphaned and then kidnapped.
His escape lands him on a ship and there his prodigious musical talent meets its mentors.
This is a story of adversity and the hand of fate. Of love and heartbreak. Of trial and tribulations. Of turmoil and triumph.
Of talent, hope and achievement.
It exemplifies that it matters little where you start but where you finish.

A Cello For Bihar

The year was 1950. Khem Rao was just another child born in a remote farming village in Bihar. His life?s script was expected to be no different to anyone else born under the same circumstances. However, destiny had other plans.
This book charts the course of his extraordinary life and his prodigious music talent. This is a story of hardship. Of trial and tribulations. Of the hand of fate. Of hope and achievement. Of love and heartbreak.
His life exemplifies that it matters little from where you start, but where you finish.

A Constructive Parliamentarian

Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee has dedicated over sixty years of his life in service of the country. He served the country as member of Parliament for five decades and as Prime Minister of India for six years. He is an orator par excellence, whose speeches are listened with attention by friends and foes inside and outside Parliament. He used the Parliament as an educational forum as well as political weapon and enhanced the prestige of parliamentary institution. He did not mince words when criticism is due or warning necessary. But his criticism has not hurt his opponents. His sharp intellect and wit is almost tailor-made for parliamentary debate. Shri Vajpayee often rises above party politics and gives primacy to national interest over political consideration, and he always appreciated well taken Opposition point of view.
As a Prime Minister he also proved to be an achiever par excellence. He gave nuclear dimension to India?s military power without fear of sanctions but also established close friendly relations with President Clinton of the U.S. and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif of Pakistan. Even after the Kargil betrayal he extended the hand of friendship to General Musharaf and took steps to establish cordial relations with China and other neighbours in tune with his words ?I can change history but not geography?. His domestic achievements were starting highway quadrangle with rural road connectivity, Chandrayan programme, linking rivers to solve irrigation and flood problems, cheap and speedy communi-cation system and establishing ?Sagar Mala? to connect 4000 kms. of coast-line. He made India a food grain exporter, a major out-sourcing country and enriched the country with over billion dollar foreign exchange reserves.
However his constructive role as a Parliamentarian is hidden in the documents of Parliament and is not so well-known. He introduced 22 Bills in all including 20 when in opposition of which nine were Constitutional Amendment Bills and 2 when he was the Foreign Minister of India. They show his painstaking exercise in strengthening the democratic foundation of our country, his deep concern for health and welfare of the people, faith in independence of judiciary, taming money power in elections and above all human touch towards weak and handicapped people. The fact that some Bills were accepted or rejected or could not come for discussion and lapsed because of dissolution of Parliament is of little significance.

A Doctors Story of Life & Death

Kakarla Subbarao FRCR, FACR, FICP,FSASMA, FCCP, FICR, FCGP, is an eminent bone radiologist. He left for USA in 1951 and had a long medical career there retiring as a professor in radiology from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. He was also the founder president of Telugu Association of North America (TANA).
an umbrella organization for Telugu speaking people in America. He returned to India from in 1986 on call of Chief Minister N.T. Rama Rao and founded the Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences in Hyderabad. The Indian Radiological and Imaging Association conferred upon him ‘Radiologist of the Millennium’ award in the year 2000. He
and converted his ancestral property in an international school for children and established KREST, a non-profit foundation to encourage research in Radiology in India.

A Guide to Health

As the familiar saying goes, ?Prevention is better than cure.? It is far easier and safer to prevent illness by the observance of the laws of health than to set about curing the illness which has been brought on by our own ignorance and carelessness. Hence it is the duty of all thoughtful men to understand aright the laws of health, and the object of this book is to give an account of these laws. The best methods of cure for some of the most common diseases are also mentioned.
The author Mahatma Gandhi assures the readers that there is absolutely no necessity for them to seek the aid of doctors. To those, however, who may not be willing to boycott doctors and medicines altogether, he directs, ?As possible, possess your souls in patience, and do not trouble the doctors. In case you are forced at length to call in the aid of a doctor, be sure to get a good man; then, follow his directions strictly, and do not call in another doctor, unless by his own advice. But remember, above all, that the curing of your disease does not rest ultimately in the hands of any doctor.?
Mahatma Gandhi led a disciplined life and in this book he has discussed in detail the meaning of health, how to live a healthy life and has also suggested some simple treatments for common ailments.
A practical guide to health for all.

A Journey of Hope and Belief

Dr CP Thakur?s A Journey of Hope and Belief is the story of a man born into a simple farming family, in a village in North Bihar. His childhood was marred by recurrent fevers that kept him homebound for months together. He was in high school when the disease was finally diagnosed as Kala-azar. Undeterred, he went on to study medicine and did his MRCP from both London and Edinburg. Back in India, he made a name for himself as a remarkable doctor and scientist. His pioneering research in the field of Kala-azar earned him recognition the world over, including the Lifetime Achievement Award from WHO. In 1984, he embarked on a new journey in public life when he was elected a Member of Parliament from Patna and continues to serve the people whole heartedly even today.

A Journey of Truth

The original title of the manuscript was ?The Honest Sufferer?. The title reflected the inner pain and turmoil that he may have gone through in the short life he lived, to live by his own high standards of honesty. This novel can be described as fictionalized biography of Siddhant, with his hero Suraj?s character reflecting his own life while other characters and stories around him have been fictionalized as per demands of the writer in him.
This novel is a tribute to all fine human beings who live their lives on principles of truth and integrity, and gives us hope that there is and will always be goodness in the world.

A Patriot Monk Swami Vivekananda

In jail, I read the complete literature of Swami Vivekananda. One thing which impressed and amazed me very much was that Swami Vivekananda left his home and all worldly affairs to attain salvation but after travelling the whole of India for four years and seeing the poverty of our country, gave up the idea of Moksha too. On the rock of Kanyakumari, he made a historical announcement??O Lord! I do not want salvation till every human being of my country is not free from hunger: And let me be born again and again to serve my motherland.? Not only this, he called upon all the countrymen to forget all the Gods and Goddesses for sometime as the poor countrymen are the greatest Gods and Goddesses and their service is the highest worship. He gave the Mantra of DRIDARA-NARAYANA.
?Shanta Kumar

A Prisoner S Scrap-Book

A Prisoner?s Scrap-Book is a fascinating account of the unfolding of events of the Emergency (1975-77) as seen from a prison house. Written in a simple and straightforward style embellished with anecdotes, this is not just one more prison diary. Nor does it attempt to theorize. In words that speak from the heart, the author?then the president of a major Indian political party and how the country?s. Home Minister?has recorded his thoughts and the events that took place on a day-to-day basis during his nineteen-month sojourn in the country?s jails. In his foreword to the book, former Prime Minister Shri Morarji Desai writes, ?…The diary reveals a person of singular honesty and dedication, culture and equanimity. It depicts the burning faith with which he withstood the consequences of governmental trickery and his passion, as an editor for the freedom of the Press and the mass-media….?
The book also includes a collection of pro-democracy literature written by the author under a pseudonym and circulated in the underground conduits.
The author?s uncompromising commitment to democratic norms and values is reflected here, as well as his abiding faith in an open society and the unfettered right of the people to pursue its ideals.
A book which deserves to be read by all who value such ideals.

A Remarkable Political Movement

This concise book portrays the vignettes of what I call ?A Remarkable Political Movement?. It draws upon my experiences in social and political activism. This remarkable movement, anchored to Indian view of nationalism, captivated my imagination. Subsequently, it became the preoccupation of my life.
While still young, I came across an extraordinary letter written by Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay to his maternal uncle. The letter succinctly explains why the ideologue of Jana Sangh wanted to dedicate his life for the cause of the nation. Pt. Upadhyay says, ?Any individual may achieve a very high degree of progress, but that has no significance unless his motherland too, registers corresponding progress…. We are nowadays interested only in reaping the harvest and have forgotten to provide the field with manure. Can we not forego a few worthless ambitions for the protection and benefit of our own people?? The letter turned a refreshing chapter in my life. It was an exposition that ?giving? makes one nobler than ?taking?.
It was in 1951 that Dr. Syama Prasad Mookerjee launched the Bharatiya Jana Sangh. The BJP is continuing the work of the Jana Sangh with a missionary zeal to make Bharat the greatest country in the world. The book also contains some articles on India?s rich cultural, spiritual and literary life.

A Sailor Remembers

These memoirs, originally published shortly before Ram Dass Katari, the first Indian to head the Indian Navy, died in 1983, are being re-published to mark his birth centenary year.
The book tells the powerful story of the struggle to build independent capability amongst Indians as the country experiences the historic transition from colonization to freedom. Set against this vast canvas is the appealing personal narrative of the rise of a small town lad, Ram Dass Katari, who overcomes several odds, to find himself at the helm of the fledgling Indian Navy in 1958, at the age of 47. He was witness to the unfolding of major national level events while developing a vision for a three dimensional Navy, anchored in the principles of self sufficiency, integrity, discipline and first rate leadership.
He combines a razor sharp intellect and sense of humour, to walk the reader through his diverse and multifaceted career profile which covered key administrative and management challenges at home and abroad ? with the highlight clearly being his achievements as Indian Ambassador to Burma at a particularly trying period in Indo Burmese relations.
Whether in service or in retirement, Katari retained the quality of being a perceptive observer and commentator on the growing contradictions and erosion of values in public life ? the strengths and weaknesses of our civil service and political leadership. Above all he tells his story like it is ? simply, with humour and humility, and with an uncompromising integrity.

A State in Turbulence Jammu & Kashmir

The numerous problems of Jammu & Kashmir which remain unsolved include incomplete accession of the state, the Article 370, the unresolved issue of citizenship of lakhs of people who migrated from Pakistan, the rehabilitation of lakhs of innocent people who were forced to leave their home and hearth in the border areas during the wars between India and Pakistan, denial of legitimate rights to the people of Jammu and Ladakh, the back-breaking poverty of Ladakhis, spate of terrorism, the issue of rehabilitation of lakhs of Kashmiri Pandits displaced from their homes and innumerable other social problems faced by the people all these years. Worse still, the Tricolor, symbol of our National Honour, which is hoisted every year throughout the country with great enthusiasm is set on fire at the Lal Chowk in Srinagar by the subversive elements to show humiliation and dishonour to the Indian nation.
In view of the above facts, this book ?A State in Turbulence?Jammu & Kashmir? has been written to reveal some significant aspects of the problems and factors which are relevant in the overall context, such as the glorious past of Kashmir, role played by patriotic and great nationalists, causes of the present chaos, some historical facts suppressed so far, and above all proposed constitutional provisions essential for the future of Jammu & Kashmir.

A Tale of Two Drops

A Tale of Two Drops’ is an interesting and inspiring story of a trendsetting campaign for polio eradication in Delhi which became a model for the rest of the country to follow. In fact, it can be adopted as a model for the battle against any wide-spread disease in the developing world. The book should interest medical professionals, health authorities and non-government organizations engaged in public cause campaigns.
It makes an interesting reading how individuals and organizations in diverse fields?religion, sports, films, art and culture, social service and even politics?were motivated and activised to participate in the movement. Innovative and imaginative methods were used, old traditional practices and modern management methods were simultaneously used to achieve quick and effective results.
In brief, it is a guide for policy planners and health workers and an insight in a public campaign which will interest a general reader.

A to Z of Success

This book is meant for all persons to think about their lives, to equip themselves to face the challenges and to shape a better future for themselves. It is not necessarily for those in high-tech profession. It is for everybody. It addresses the actual problems of life. It is eminently practical and gives the ‘truths’ in simple terms.
It is an easy to read book to assist the youth and their guides to face modern life and to make the best of it.
The author has used a unique technique of writing 26 Chapters A to Z to suit today’s fast lifestyle. The chapters have words like Aim, Aspiration, Anger, Compassion, Jealousy, Kindness, Pride, Professionalism to zero-sum, Zeal etc as sub paras around which a few profound experiences and insights are woven. You will feel as if the author is sitting with you and talking to you exclusively.
Readers can choose to read them in a continuous manner or as individual pieces, the way they choose. They can go to A, to K, to X, to Y, to P, choose words, and close the book. It gives them a total freedom for reading, throwing away and picking up. It suits the pressures of the modern day youth.
The book is also well suited for those in higher age group including those above sixty. Though Indian context is emphasized, basic principles given apply to all.

A Wisdom to Intellectual Property Laws

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A Young Doctor’s Manual

The purpose of writing this book to put my experience of fifty years and practical tips, to pen down for benefits of young fresh graduates of medicine and surgery. Every young doctor should read this book which will help him for safe sojourn during internship and house job. It is no replacement for a textbook of surgery but it has practical tips which will help in difficult circumstances to help the patient. It will help the novice to step into the shoes that he is expected to wear to become a successful and above all a good doctor, sympathetic towards all-his patients and their relatives and with his colleagues and other members of his profession. Moreover, he will gain knowledge from a seasoned doctor who will help him handle any situation with ease and fulfill his professional goal.

Aamir Khan : a Social Spark

Aamir Khan is a versatile actor, film maker, social activist and a good human being above all. He has gained much fame, glamour and prosperity but at the same time he has assumed social & moral responsibility to return it back to the society in good terms. Talking especially of Aamir films when we talk about Jo Jeeta Vo Sikandar, Lagaan, 3 Idiots, Tare Zameen Par, Rang De Basanti, PK, Dangal and of course how can we forget the popular TV Series Satyamev Jayate, Aamir picked up those sensitive issues which remained usually untouched or unexplored before the society in terms of cinema and he dealt with those social issues in his TV program Satyamev Jayate which is already present in our society and our homes long back and still survive. His program on such critical issues gave light of awareness and when youth saw these true stories, victims, conditions and consequences, they came to know directly or indirectly that it is happening in our homes too. How Aamir grew his struggles and experiences that he has seen thus far, and how he has evolved into an actor, person and how his films create awareness among the people of society and create an impact too remain all about the scripting of this book. This book is not about the person; it is about the way of thinking and urge to serve something to society and take those brave steps which can be lethal too for an actor.

Abdul?s Journey from Zero to Hero in the Share Market

Mahesh Chandra Kaushik started his career as a teacher, after doing graduation with a Bachelor?s Degree in Science. He worked as a Junior Clerk in Commercial Taxes Department for five years and then as T.R.A. in Revenue Department, at the Rajasthan Public Service Commission. He was promoted and is presently posted as Assistant Revenue Accounts Officer in the office of District Collector, Sirohi.
Mahesh has been writing blogs on share market since 2009. Later, due to SEBI Research Analyst Regulation 2014 he had to stop blogging. This prompted thousands of his fans to register him as a certified Research Analyst so that they could continue to benefit from his blogs. Overcome by the love of his fans, he cleared that examination and got himself registered as Research Analyst with SEBI. He has more than 50 thousand followers on social media and You Tube. Now he provides the services as a Research Analyst free of cost.

Abhinav Bindra

Abhinav was born in Dehradun on September 28, 1982. He did his schooling from Doon School, Dehradun and St. Stephens School, Chandigarh. He pursued higher studies at the University of Colorado and was awarded degree of Bachelors in Business Administration (BBA) from there. He holds a Diploma in Sports Mental Management from Munich and Lanny School of Mental Management, USA. He is pursuing Doctorate in Masters of Business Management. On September 8, 2008, he was conferred Honorary Doctorate in Literature from SRM University , Chennai.

Acharya Chanakya

There is no conclusive detail available anywhere in the history about the birthplace and date of birth of the world-famous diplomat and statesman, Chanakya. It is estimated that he was born in 350 BC. Some scholars say that he was born in 400 BC.

Acharya Vinoba Bhave

Acharya Vinoba Bhave was a man of multi-faceted talents . An think er , mathematician and upholder of science, Vinoba Bhave demonstrated in his personality , a perfect balance of wisdom, words and deeds. He was a nationalist of a ver y high order . He had successfully led the movements of Mahatma Gandhi which socially proved useful to the masses. He achieved inter national recognition because of his unique ?Bhoodan Movement?. He incorporated an ideal blend of a saint and Mahatma (a great soul) into his personality.

Adi Shankaracharya

Shankaracharya is famous for his non-dualism and as a mendicant and philosopher of great eminence. Just as Emperor Chandragupta carved small Indian states into a politically unified Indian nation about 2,350 years ago, similarly , Shankaracharya united the nation in a religious and cultural framework about 1,300 years ago

Advanced Dictionary of Mathematics Formulas

Mathematics is called the queen of all subjects but it is also thought to be one of the dreadful subject. Here is a Dictionary that goes beyond a mere listing of words and definations. This unique work has more than 2000 mathematical terms, designed as a time-saving reference work for students of all classes. Hundreds of examples and how to solve the problem of a particular type in almost every branch of mathematics has been its additional beauty. This vast fund of information will also enable the general reader to understand a particular mathematical concept, or to extend his own knowledge of mathematics. The coverage of terms is broad, from elementary terms in algebra, arithmetic through calculus, basic terms in 2-D and 3-Dimension geometry, advanced calculus, differential equations to the vector algebra and matrices, statics, dynamics and LPP. To make the understanding of concept clear more than 200 mathematical diagrams have been used. Apart from that, ample examples have been given to give in depth knowledge to students.

Albert Einstein

Even though Einstein had never visited India, it is a pleasant surprise to note that he had very close relations with several Indians and Indian culture. The shaping of this relation started with the Bose-Einstein equations when young scientist Satyendra Nath Bose described light particles through statistical models. Because of Einstein’s involvement in political, humanitarian and academic projects across the world, his interaction with Mahatma Gandhi, Rabindranath Tagore and Jawaharlal Nehru was but natural. He had threadbare discussion with Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore on the issues like beauty and faith. Einstein had high regards for Mahatma Gandhi and tried his path of Satya and Ahimsa. He had high expectations from Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru and his philosophy of non alignment.
The Author has not only highlighted above points in the book but also explained his various theories and scientific works such as theory of light, relativity, fourth dimension, space-time relation, expanding universe etc. in a very interesting manner using simple words and examples. The Social philosophy of Einstein is still relevant and has been described quite effectively. The book will be immensely useful not only for students of science, but also for all those readers who like to know more about the life and works of Einstein.
?Nikhilesh Jha, IAS
Joint Secretary,
Ministry of Science & Technology

Alibaba & Jack Ma

Jack Ma, the 5-foot-tall Chinese business magnate with a charming face, is the power behind the largest B2B trading platform website in the world, Alibaba. As the founder and executive chairman of Alibaba?s record-shattering $25 billion IPO, Jack Ma is among the top 20 richest people in the world. He is the first mainland Chinese entrepreneur to appear on the cover of Forbes and is crowned as the world?s greatest living examples of entrepreneurship today. The Washington Post declared Jack Ma as ?a larger-than-life figure who has been likened to the Godfather of Chinese entrepreneurship and attracted the loyalty of employees and customers alike with a showmanship that sometimes borders on the bizarre.? A must read book for only youngster.

Alices Adventure in Wonderland

Alice?s Adventures in Wonderland is a fantasy novel by English writer Lewis Carroll. The book has twelve, large, beautifully crafted pop-ups which tell the story in an innovative manner. What adds to the magnificence a peep show which depicts Alice falling into wonderland. It tells of a girl named Alice who falls down a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by peculiar creatures. The tale plays with logic, giving the story lasting popularity with adults as well as with children. It is considered to be one of the best examples of the literary nonsense genre. Its narrative course and structure, characters and imagery have been enormously influential in both popular culture and literature, especially in the fantasy genre.

Aligarh Muslim University

Aligarh Muslim University is among the prestigious Central University of our nation but unfortunately there has been a never ending controversy over its minority characteristic right from its establishment till date. In fact, right from its very establishment it has always been considered as a Central University by the Constituent Assembly, Parliament as well as the Judiciary; Apart from this, even its founders too always accepted the fact that the University is open to the people of all the section and religion of the nation. One of the object of this booklet is also that because Aligarh Muslim University is the national heritage of our nation i.e. India, therefore because of the fact that it is a Central University SC/ST/OBCs should get reservation under the National Reservation Policy in the University. This University must have a vital role in nation building and social justice. Reservation to SC/ST/OBCs is provided in all the Central Universities and it should also be given in the Aligarh Muslim University. This is the ultimate object of this book.

All About Upsc Civil Services Exam

? Tips for complete and comprehensive preparations of the Exam
? Detailed discussion on the untouched aspects of preparations
? How to develop one’s personality for the exam
? How to maintain positivity and motivation level
? Detailed guidance for the Prelims, Mains and Interview
? How to perform well in Essay and Ethics
? How to improve writing skill
? What to study, what not to study and how to study
? The relevant strategy according to the new pattern
? Some untold stories of success…

All About Vaastu

Book Summary of All About Vaastu All About Vaastu is a book answering frequently asked questions about Vaastu Shastra. The questions have been asked in an informal style and the authentic answer given in comprehensive and lucid language. Apart from dealing with residential and commercial structures, the unique feature of the book is that, it includes chapters, on Agriculture, Pyramids, Banks, Hospitals, Farm Houses, Feng Shui, Marriage Halls, Clubs etc. The answers to 1001 questions contained in 101 chapters provide a treasure of information. It deals at length with remedial measures laying emphasis on Vaastu corrections, without maor structural changes. The importance of internal arrangement of various items in a building has also been discussed. The book clears many myths and fallacies on Vaastu and brings out its scientific rationale. Adequate illustrations and diagrams are given to clarify the intricacies of Vaastu. It is backed by two decades of Vaastu analysis and case studies undertaken by the author. The book will provide a much needed ready reckoner for architects, builders, colonizers, home-makrs and the common man who wants to know all about Vaastu. About the Author Maadhu Khare nom de plume ‘Maadhuji’ was born, brought up and educated in Delhi. After doing her Post Graduation, her interest in Vaastu Shastra started as a hobby and soon became a passion. Her husband’s service in the Army took her to different places, cutting across States barriers. She keenly observed and analyzed not only the setting and location of her own house, but those of many others in different towns. With the passage of time, her hobby became her profession.

Allahabad School of History 1915-1955

Born on December 31, 1955 at Indore, he passed his M.A. from the Department of History, University of Allahabad in 1978, after graduating from the same in 1976. Presently a Professor in the same Department of his alma-mater, he started teaching here in January, 1980. He has taught here for more than 35 years now. He has authored more than 10 books, two of which fetched for him the ?Acharya Narendra Dev Award? for the years 2003 and 2005 respectively.
His book, ?Daastaan, Mughal Mahilaon ki? was included by the BBC, London in its list of outstanding Hindi books of 2013. Other publications include more than 40 research papers and about 50 articles in journals, magazines etc.

Amitabh Bachchan

Amitabh was born on October 1 1, 1942, to Dr . Harivansh Rai Bachchan and T eji Bachchan in Allahabad in Uttar Pradesh. His father Dr Harivansh belonged to a Hindu Kayastha family , while his mother, T eji Bachchan was a Punjabi-Sikh from Faisalabad which is now in Pakistan. Dr Harivansh Rai Bachchan was a well known Hindi poet of great repute. One of his famous poems is Madhushala.