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  1. Ignite The Inner Spark

    Regular Price: ₹195.00

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    Ignite the Inner Spark is a poetic
    meditation coupled with profound
    insights, resonant imagery and subtle
    nuances. Each poem is highly
    engaging and acts like a poetic beacon
    to get the reader’s mind and soul
    moving in the right direction. Chitra
    L e l e ’s b o o k c o nve y s m u l t i p l e
    messages to ponder upon. Through
    her thoughtful poems, Chitra offers
    glimpses into her spiritual journey
    and invites readers to explore the
    importance of universal themes like
    the Higher Essence, Mother Nature,
    inner world, seamless cohesion,
    eternal happiness, etc. The book
    transcends the mundane and the
    result is magical and uplifting. The
    poems lift the sullen spirit and remind
    the reader that if the inner spark is
    kept ignited, nothing is lost.
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  2. Robert Frost : Poet of  Human Concerns

    Regular Price: ₹595.00

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    T h i s b o o k u n d e r s c o r e s t h e
    importance of most important
    aspect of human life. The readers of
    Frost who are brought up on
    Romantic poetry do often see in
    him another American Wordsworth
    and interpret poetry in terms of
    Nature and Imagination. But for
    Frost, Nature was not more
    important than human beings.
    Behind every natural object in his
    poems, there is a human being at
    work. Man and human beings are
    more important for this modern
    poet than Nature and Imagination
    of Romantic poets. He uses Nature
    only as a means for the practical
    solutions of man. This book will
    draw the concentration of readers
    towards earnest reality of human
    concerns and it is hoped, will open
    up new vistas for the study of Frost.
    It will be an invaluable asset for the
    research scholars, students and all
    those teaching at the post graduate
    level to comprehend the true
    essence of Frost's poetry.
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  3. MISSION LIBERIA (HINDI)

    Regular Price: ₹750.00

    Special Price ₹650.00

    Discount: 13%

    From the core of the heart, I express my heartfelt gratitude
    to those who came along and enlightened me in some ways
    or the other.
    My intellectual journey started in the year 2000 when I
    started capturing my thoughts into poetry. Materialistically
    the phase was one of the worse ones of my life encircled with
    full of professional hazards. The wave of poetry silently crept
    in and flooded my intellectual platform. I am indebted to that
    patch of my life, full of agony – a real blessing in disguise. I
    am thankful to Sh. Pradip Bagchi, a teacher by profession for
    his untiring support by taking pain in translating my original
    composition Mission Liberia from Bengali to English. Some
    portions of verse in the travelogue have been translated by
    my fellow writer and friend Sh. Partha Sarathi Banik who is
    also a teacher by profession. I will be ever grateful to both of
    them for their invaluable contributions.
    When I was running from pillar to post in search of a good
    publisher nobody was responding affirmatively to a non celebrity
    writer. God sent a person suddenly; my batch-mate
    Sh. Suresh Kumar Rana. Through him I got acquainted with Dr.
    Bijender Singh (M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., UGC-NET, SET, HTET)a
    renowned English writer, editor, critic and poet. Through their
    joint efforts; the English version of my book Mission Liberia has
    seen the light of the day. I am indebted to both of them. I am
    equally indebted to Mr. Ravish Nijhawan, the Managing Director,
    Pacific Books International, New Delhi who gave his kind consent
    to publish the book you have now in your hands.
    xvi Mission Liberia
    Mr. K. Vijay Kumar, IPS was my Director General. Just
    like a shepherd who knows his ewe, he knows the talent of
    his sub-ordinates and appropriately values them. All along
    my 34 years of service I have not seen any other Director
    General who had such a keen eye for talents. When I was
    toiling like anything at Lalgarh to instil confidence among the
    local people that they deserve a decent life like people from
    anywhere else, my challenge was to clear the cloud of
    apprehension and anxiety created by the red ultra that
    engulfed the whole area. Common people were suffering from
    insecurity. Along with the troops my sleepless days and nights
    were spent in the jungles, weeks together rolled into months
    sometimes. Ultimately, I could succeed. Thanks to my troops
    of 50 Bn for their unconditional support. Thanks to the local
    people even, who at one point of time had raised their voices
    for the withdrawal of joint forces but afterwards started
    helping us with valuable inputs to nab the Ultras. Sitting at a
    distance of one thousand five hundred kilometres away, my
    DG Sh. K. Vijay Kumar, IPS was closely watching my
    performance. As a reward he opened a door for me with the
    proud opportunity of a UN deputation. Sh. K. Vijay Kumar's
    another unfold being that of a powerful writer. His book
    Veerappan: Chasing The Brigand, is a national best seller.
    Neither is he in uniform nor am I now. But when I requested
    him to write Foreword to my book, he instantly agreed. I am
    indebted to him and will remain forever.
    I am thankful to Dr. S. Chelliah (M.A., Ph.D., D.Litt.)
    Professor, Head and Chairperson, School of English & Foreign
    Languages, Department of English & Comparative Literature,
    Madurai Kamaraj University, Tamil Nadu, India. His
    ornamental word praising my work as “Introduction” is an
    impetus for this book.
    As a father and husband; I remained a failure in many ways.
    During my Police Career as absentee father and now in the
    quest of my intellectual pursuit, my off-springs and wife are
    deprived of my cosy company. But they never ever complained
    Contents xvii
    and made my acts of omissions an issue, respecting my passion
    for writing. I am thankful to their inarticulate tolerance. My
    special thanks to my son Shubhankar Sengupta; being a writer
    himself, he guides me in my writing from time to time. I enjoy
    a rare blend of feeling for him – Pride and Gratitude.
    Without blessings of my parents; the cycle of my life would
    have remained incomplete. I dedicate my travelogue Mission
    Liberia to my heavenly father Late Narendra Nath Sengupta.
    Had he been alive he would have certainly taken pride of his
    child's deed. I felt his blessings pouring on me relentlessly
    from a revered place in the milk
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  4. MISSION LIBERIA

    Regular Price: ₹750.00

    Special Price ₹700.00

    Discount: 7%

    From the core of the heart, I express my heartfelt gratitude
    to those who came along and enlightened me in some ways
    or the other.
    My intellectual journey started in the year 2000 when I
    started capturing my thoughts into poetry. Materialistically
    the phase was one of the worse ones of my life encircled with
    full of professional hazards. The wave of poetry silently crept
    in and flooded my intellectual platform. I am indebted to that
    patch of my life, full of agony – a real blessing in disguise. I
    am thankful to Sh. Pradip Bagchi, a teacher by profession for
    his untiring support by taking pain in translating my original
    composition Mission Liberia from Bengali to English. Some
    portions of verse in the travelogue have been translated by
    my fellow writer and friend Sh. Partha Sarathi Banik who is
    also a teacher by profession. I will be ever grateful to both of
    them for their invaluable contributions.
    When I was running from pillar to post in search of a good
    publisher nobody was responding affirmatively to a noncelebrity
    writer. God sent a person suddenly; my batch-mate
    Sh. Suresh Kumar Rana. Through him I got acquainted with Dr.
    Bijender Singh (M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., UGC-NET, SET, HTET)a
    renowned English writer, editor, critic and poet. Through their
    joint efforts; the English version of my book Mission Liberia has
    seen the light of the day. I am indebted to both of them. I am
    equally indebted to Mr. Ravish Nijhawan, the Managing Director,
    Pacific Books International, New Delhi who gave his kind consent
    to publish the book you have now in your hands.
    xvi Mission Liberia
    Mr. K. Vijay Kumar, IPS was my Director General. Just
    like a shepherd who knows his ewe, he knows the talent of
    his sub-ordinates and appropriately values them. All along
    my 34 years of service I have not seen any other Director
    General who had such a keen eye for talents. When I was
    toiling like anything at Lalgarh to instil confidence among the
    local people that they deserve a decent life like people from
    anywhere else, my challenge was to clear the cloud of
    apprehension and anxiety created by the red ultra that
    engulfed the whole area. Common people were suffering from
    insecurity. Along with the troops my sleepless days and nights
    were spent in the jungles, weeks together rolled into months
    sometimes. Ultimately, I could succeed. Thanks to my troops
    of 50 Bn for their unconditional support. Thanks to the local
    people even, who at one point of time had raised their voices
    for the withdrawal of joint forces but afterwards started
    helping us with valuable inputs to nab the Ultras. Sitting at a
    distance of one thousand five hundred kilometres away, my
    DG Sh. K. Vijay Kumar, IPS was closely watching my
    performance. As a reward he opened a door for me with the
    proud opportunity of a UN deputation. Sh. K. Vijay Kumar's
    another unfold being that of a powerful writer. His book
    Veerappan: Chasing The Brigand, is a national best seller.
    Neither is he in uniform nor am I now. But when I requested
    him to write Foreword to my book, he instantly agreed. I am
    indebted to him and will remain forever.
    I am thankful to Dr. S. Chelliah (M.A., Ph.D., D.Litt.)
    Professor, Head and Chairperson, School of English & Foreign
    Languages, Department of English & Comparative Literature,
    Madurai Kamaraj University, Tamil Nadu, India. His
    ornamental word praising my work as “Introduction” is an
    impetus for this book.
    As a father and husband; I remained a failure in many ways.
    During my Police Career as absentee father and now in the
    quest of my intellectual pursuit, my off-springs and wife are
    deprived of my cosy company. But they never ever complained
    Contents xvii
    and made my acts of omissions an issue, respecting my passion
    for writing. I am thankful to their inarticulate tolerance. My
    special thanks to my son Shubhankar Sengupta; being a writer
    himself, he guides me in my writing from time to time. I enjoy
    a rare blend of feeling for him – Pride and Gratitude.
    Without blessings of my parents; the cycle of my life would
    have remained incomplete. I dedicate my travelogue Mission
    Liberia to my heavenly father Late Narendra Nath Sengupta.
    Had he been alive he would have certainly taken pride of his
    child's deed. I felt his blessings pouring on me relentlessly
    from a revered place in the milky way of the Galaxy
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  5. Fantasm

    Regular Price: ₹350.00

    Special Price ₹250.00

    Discount: 29%

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  6. Diaspora,Women and the Marginalized :Literary Perspectives

    Regular Price: ₹795.00

    Special Price ₹650.00

    Discount: 18%

    Introduction

                The anthology Diaspora, Women and the Marginalized: Literary Perspectives has a collection of twenty papers by scholarly authors who have discussed various issues pertaining to the diaspora life. Apart from diasporic issues, this book deals with some more issues such as gender studies and marginalization.

    The first paper of the anthology is “Literary Creations by Indian Diaspora- A Platform for incredible India in Global Perspective” by Dr. Shikha Saxena. Here Dr. Saxena shows how the 21stcentury has opened a wide door for Indian citizens to avail global opportunities in education, business and various jobs; and discusses how ‘Literary Creations’ by Indian Diaspora have created a feeling of “Vasudhaiv Kutumbkam” by reducing the geographical boundaries. In the 2nd paper “A Quest for Identity in V.S. Naipaul’s A House for Mr. Biswas” Prof. (Dr.) Vidushi Sharma highlights how man’s strong desire for independence and rebellion enables him overcome the feeling of disintegration on the diaspora and help him become a hero.

    The 3rd paper “Refugee Diaspora: A Study of Ritwik Ghatak’s Partition Cinema” by Dr. Mahuya Bhaumik discusses the multi-layered issues related to partition and their impact on the lives of refugee diaspora. In “Diasporic Testimonio- An Overview”, Mr. L. Santhosh Kumar emphasises that Diaspora as a theoretical discourse paves way for so many theories and Diasporic Testimonio blurs the binaries and exposes the hidden voices.

    In “Displacement and Dilemma of Personal Relations in the Novels of Bharati Mukherjee”, Dr. Beena Agarwal investigates the fragmentation existing in the life of immigrants and their desperate search to relocate themselves with the bonding of personal relations and cultural shifts essentially affecting the dynamics of personal relations. The 6th paper “A Study of Uprootedness and Identity Claustrophobia in the Novel- The Shadow Lines by Amitav Ghosh” by Dr. Meetu Bhatia Kapur and Dr. Shilpi Gupta gives a beautiful understanding of post modern sociopolitical culture with utmost sensitivity and sensibility.

    In the 7th paper “Gender and Migration: Social, Psychological and Cultural Determinants of A Migrant Woman in Bharati Mukherjee’s Jasmine Ms. Nagma and Dr. Mayur Chhikara highlight how migration becomes a platform for the development of a social, psychological and cultural life of a migrant. Dr. Meenu Dudeja in “Diaspora and Literary Issues” discusses the role of literature in describing diaspora and the role of diaspora literature in the present era, the major issues of cultural dislocation, multiculturalism, struggle for identity and belongings.

    The 9th paper “Indian Diaspora: Issues and Challenges” by Dr. Suchi Diwan and Dr. Sonia Bhardwaj highlights the writers of Indian diaspora, and how they deal with the issues and challenges concerned with the Indian Diaspora and how through their literary contributions they have greatly enriched English literature.  Dr. Suruchi Sharma’s 10th paper titled “Predicament of Women in Khaled Hosseini’s A Thousand Splendid Suns” tries to explore the oppression, suppression and exploitation of two Afghan women- Mariam and Laila.

    11th paper titled “Corrupt Political System as Reflected in V.S. Naipaul’s The Suffrage of Elvirareminds us the poor and frail democratic system in V.S. Naipaul’s The Suffrage of Elvira. In “A.K Ramanujan: A Poet of the Diaspora and an Eco Critic”, Ms. Rashmi Maniyar analyses and proves that A.K. Ramanujan’s poetry are not just stringed together by ‘Indianness’ but also by a global eco sensitive perspective. 

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  7. Women Status and Health care Services in Himalaya:Reach and Responsiveness to Health care System and Social Dogmas

    Regular Price: ₹495.00

    Special Price ₹350.00

    Discount: 29%

    In the rural areas of Uttarakhand, women of all ages play
    a pivotal role, and have a varied and demanding chores to
    perform. The major duties undertaken by them are directly
    associated with the accessibility to common property resources
    and the quality of natural resources (Chhaya Awasthi 2009). To
    the women of the Uttarakhand land (Jameen), forest (Jungle)
    and water (Jal) are the three very essential priorities to fulfill
    their daily family needs. While these issues are quickly and
    solidly essential from the perspective of the necessities of
    society, economy and the family, and her very own day by
    day work, women have different requirements which are
    imperceptible and not perceived even by them. In the
    countryside a portion of the customary practices is as yet
    proceeding. In spite of the fact that training, rising financial
    measures and social mindfulness has diminished them to some
    extent, however, numerous women who deliver babies are
    still exposed to separation in unfortunate conditions, and
    deprived of healthful nourishment and different comforts
    because of deceptions. Keeping all these facts in the mind the
    aforesaid project work(UGC Research Award) was started
    w.e.f 01/4/2016. The research work was started by consulting
    various books and journals relevant to the theme of the
    research, as it is very important to have clear and concise
    knowledge of the concept and themes so that no irrelevant
    matter indulges in the chapters. After that, chapter-1 i.e.
    viii Women Status and Health Care Services in Uttarakhand
    “Introduction” and chapter-2 i.e. “Review of Literature” was
    completed. The review of the literature is an important part
    of any research as it provides the base of the study. Keeping
    all these facts in mind the review of literature was done
    scientifically and systematically covering all the aspects as
    per the objectives of the research work. Various studies
    regarding the status of women and health services were
    studied and reviewed to find out the gap so that the objectives
    of the research work were fulfilled. Before finalizing the
    chapters, discussions were held with the experts and various
    inputs were provided by the experts which were incorporated
    in the chapters, so that no important matter was left out or
    missed in the chapters. The chapter-3, “Research
    Methodology” presented a brief of the methods used in the
    research work and tools/scale used for the collection of
    primary and secondary data. The fourth chapter briefly
    analysis and interpret the data collected as per the objectives
    and needs of the study. The fifth chapter, which is the last
    chapter summarizes the problems of Hill women and offer
    suggestions. The study clearly proves that the Hill women
    are aware of their health rights, however the social dogmas
    and patriarchal system still put the barriers on their way.
    However, there is more need of creating awareness among
    the people in the far-flung areas by opening more health
    centers as per the need and geographical location of the area.
    I record my gratitude to the authorities of University
    Grants Commission for awarding me UGC Research Award
    for a period of two years. I express my deep debt of gratitude
    to Prof Girija Pande,Director, School of Social Sciences for his
    meticulous guidance and also like to thank my colleagues
    and friend,Shri V.K.Dabral , Dr.Madan Mohan Joshi, Dr.Neerja
    Singh, Dr.Ghanshaym Joshi and Dr. H.C.Joshi for their help
    and encouragement for completing this work.
    I record my sincere thanks to my father Shri M.R.Paliwal
    and Mother Beena Paliwal, Elder brother, Dr. Rajesh Chandra
    Paliwal, Mr.Suresh Chandra Paliwal and their better half Mrs.
    Preface ix
    Kiran Paliwal and Mrs.Rupa Paliwal for all their help and
    cooperation to enable me to complete this work.
    I extend my sincere thanks to my wife Mrs. Saroj Paliwal,
    for whom I have no words for all her help and encouragement,
    especially in creating a congenial environment which enabled
    me to complete my work in time.
    A very special thanks to Mr. Avanendra Singh Nayal,
    Director, R.S.Tolia Uttarakhand Academy of Administration
    for providing me every facility at the academy and motivating
    me at each step.
    Last but not the least my thanks to Mrinalika Paliwal my
    lovely daughter she has always been a source of energy for
    me and I also like to convey my sincere thanks to my brotherin-
    law Mr. G.C.Nainiwal for providing me valuable guida
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  8. Tourism in India

    Regular Price: ₹1,195.00

    Special Price ₹800.00

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    Tourism is one of the fastest growing industries of the
    world. It plays a vital role in the economic development of
    a country. India is one of the popular tourist destinations in
    Asia. Bounded by the Himalayan ranges in the north and
    surrounded, on three sides by water , India offers a wide array
    of places to see and things to do. The enchanting backwaters,
    hill stations and landscapes make India a beautiful country.
    They attract tourists from all over the world.
    Tourism in India can become a viable industry if effective
    and concerted steps are taken. First of all, red-tapism should
    be ended. All bottlenecks and harassment to tourists that
    scare them should be removed. People at the helms of tourist
    affairs such as officials of ministry of tourism, hoteliers
    emporium-owners, etc. should be taught etiquette and
    given lessons in ideal behaviour that should be meted out to
    tourists.
    The book in its eight chapters seeks to explain tourism
    scenarios in, India elaborately. Hopefully, this book would be
    able to satisfy the urge of all those who desire to know about
    India from tourism point of view and even for those who
    realise destinations by going through the paper only
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  9. Btta Hua AADMI

    Regular Price: ₹220.00

    Special Price ₹180.00

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  10. Ret Hote Rishtey

    Regular Price: ₹220.00

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