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Thus, unlike other editions of the Gita, this one is presented as it is--without the slightest taint of adulteration or personal motivation. This edition is certain to stimulate and enlighten with its ancient yet thoroughly timely message.
His influence in the American yoga movement, and especially the yoga culture of Los Angeles led him to be considered by yoga experts as the "Father of Yoga in the West."
He taught that mind must recognise and penetrate its own state of being, not 'being this or that, here or there, then or now', but just timeless being. This is a legacy from a unique teacher who helps the reader to a clearer understanding of himself.
That is the kind of popularity the book is enjoying.
The Secret, its sequel The Power, The Magic and The Hero. Byrne, in 2007 has also featured in the Time?s list of 100 people who shape the world. She lives by the philosophy that one may achieve all desires, wishes and dreams if one truly believes in it.
Helped by George, the devotees record the Hare Krishna Mantra on the Beatles Apple label and open Britain s first Hare Krishna temple in Bloomsbury, London.
The final book in Kevin Missal's bestselling Narasimha trilogy brings to an end the moving, inspiring and exciting story of Lord Narasimha and Prahlad.
It is also the story of Mephedrone - better known as Meow Meow - which, when it entered the schools, colleges and pubs of Mumbai, changed the rules of the game and the enforcement of narcotics laws in the city.Fast and pacy, Meow Meow is the tale of one of Mumbai's most baffling crime and the intriguing life that Baby Patankar led.
The book recounts how the guardrails painstakingly created by the first two presidents - Rajendra Prasad and S. Radhakrishnan - were partly resurrected by Zail Singh. Richly anecdotal and incisively observed.
At various points, they received official support and recognition from the governments of some of these countries. Even the internal dynamics of the Indian National Congress of the time cannot be understood without the revolutionaries, who enjoyed widespread support within the organization.
As Inspector Mohite investigates the deaths and soon secrets tumble out, it soon becomes clear that underneath the placid surface of Lavasa lurks a complex web of lies and deceit. Can he uncover the truth before more people die?
This is a story of skill and rapid conquest, as two brothers carve out an empire in the subcontinent. Most of all, it is a story of exceptional people who played a role in building this new entity - the Vijayanagara Empire.
This second part in a series of riveting tales covers the making of Tantric Aghoranand based on the author’s own experiences.
A retired secretary visits the Buddhas birthplace, Lumbini, only to find his deepest insecurities exposed.
The present work thus gives a representative selection of the most popular Pads and Sakhis around ad 1600 in north-west India. There are several useful ways to consult this work.
The result is a book that provides you invaluable lessons on navigating financial markets and building resilience.
However, despite all the wonderful opportunities that awaited him, he felt desperately unhappy, constantly low and like his insides were being crushed by a vice.
Between happiness and emptiness, desire and grief, penance and peace-Khwab has endured. She has a dream that life will be a paradise, one day. Breathing against the backdrop of conflict, this is the story of the everyday people striving to live their dreams in the Valley.
Highly engrossing and powerfully told, If It's Not Forever . . . tells an unforgettable tale of love and life.
This quirky, hilarious story of the first year of Pia's life as an army wife will show you that the spice to a soldier's life is most definitely his better, very strong, extremely elegant, and passionate half-his army wife.
Based on thorough research, keen observation, personal interviews, The Final Farewell is a reminder to honour those who came before, and to work towards a better world to leave behind.
Definitive, comprehensive and unputdownable, The Quest for Modern Assam explores the interconnected layers of political, environmental, economic and cultural processes that shaped the development of Assam since the 1940s.
These last days in the hospital change the two patients, their doctors and all the other people around them in ways they had never imagined. Till the Last Breath is a deeply sensitive story that reminds us what it means to be alive.
The debt distress faced by many countries and the policies adopted by the Chinese authorities to navigate these new challenges.
In this biography, Manan Kapoor explores the concerns that shaped Shahid's life and works, following in the footsteps of the 'Beloved Witness' from Kashmir to New Delhi and finally to the United States.
As a writer, Sri Aurobindo's range was staggering-there is hardly a field of human endeavour that escaped his notice.
The old methods still work, but they promise no growth. It is the new digital path that will lead sales to grow.
Are you brave enough to get through this collection of spooky and strange stories?
The Golden Tiger Mountain is a tale of myth and magic. Of confronting demons that will not sleep or let sleep. Of finding that it is striving for our loved ones that keeps us truly alive.
Everyone knows what Mini thinks of crackers and they start to wonder-will this Diwali be different because of Mini’s friend?
In the early stage of expansion of colonialism in Asia, Africa, Australia and South America, the European colonizers faced numerous problems in dealing with the untouched nature.
Chapter three investigates ‘piracy’ in the South-Western Indian Ocean from around 1680 to 1750, while Chapter four addresses the issue of epidemic diseases that have violently influenced the history of Mauritius from the start of its settlement.
British and French colonial records the monograph presents the reading of history through the lens of climate and provides a more complete picture of Tamil landscape and environment in South India from the ninth to the nineteenth century.
The book investigates the colonial notion of ‘dry city’, and how this notion crafted the process of separating land and water bodies, which arguably resulted in the reclamation and draining of water bodies, and also gave rise to water pollution.
The book begins very briefly with Asoka and then Kharavela of Kalinga; the Sakas, Pallavas, dynasties of Central, eastern and western Deccan; and dynasties of the Kanarese districts.
He recorded in this book what he saw and experienced. The book is a mine of information of Burma and its inhabitants – their religion, their customs, their family life, the crops they grew, the king and his court, and politics, etc.
Through the 1990s, he laboured to expand the Alukkas’ footprint, opening outlets within and around the UAE.
Can Chitti make them change their minds?