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On the banks of Damodar

Author: Anant Joshi
Publisher: Kalpaz Publications
(Pp 186, ISBN: 978-93-5324-010-3, Rs. 740)

The novel is based on the background of imaginary government company Ramgadh Coalfields Ltd in the Jharkhand state. The story happens in coal mine named Maral, situated on the banks of Damodar river. This tragic story is about the exploitationof Jaggu Manjhi, a poor impersonator and his wife Radha.

Paradigms of Marginality: A Critical Assessment

Author: Dr S Chelliah
Dr Bijender Singh
Publisher: Kalpaz Publications
(Pp 272, ISBN: 978-93-5324-086-8, Rs. 1080)

This book will serve the purpose of awakening the consciousness of the poor, downtrodden and the marginalised for forging their identities, thereby ensuring a society that values the principles of liberty, equality and fraternity. The kernel of this book comprises a critique of the marginalisation thereby propagating the idea that Dalit writing or writing on marginality and subalternity is a social engagement.

Kasturba Gandhi

Author: Giriraj Kishore
Publisher: Niyogi Books
(Pp 424, ISBN: 978-93-86906-48-9, Rs. 795)

Kasturba Gandhi is the fictionalised biography of Kasturba Gandhi, a lady as strong and great as Mahatma Gandhi. The book gives a glimpse of how a strong woman can empower herself staying within the folds of tradition and convention. It offers a rarely portrayed facet of Gandhi – a family man, a father, a husband. It shows how his transformation from Mr Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi happened with the support of a woman who was a silent partner in the struggle.

Inspiration for the world
Indian Culture, Civilization & Traditions

Author: Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’
Publisher: Diamond Books
(Pp 104, ISBN: 978-93-5296-560-1, Rs. 300)

The beliefs and traditions of Indian culture are established on some scientific basis, which are seen even in today’s computer era as rational on the basis of scientific perspectives and are confirmed on their scientific valaues. There are countless features of this kind. It is the ocean of such pearls which arenot possible to collect all and put them in the book. Yet some very important aspects are very nicely compiled in this book.

Triple Girl Friend

Author: Tarun Engineer
Publisher: Diamond Books
(Pp 159, ISBN: 978-93-5296-576-2, Rs. 195)

‘Love is wine’ such a wine which governs Heart and Brain both. Same happened with Samir and Sapana. Did Sapana get Samir? or Samir remained bachelor?

Save Daughter, Save Future

Author: Shashikant ‘Sadaiv’
Publisher: Diamond Books
(Pp 199, ISBN: 978-93-5296-564-9, Rs. 250)

Girls have been understimated and considered weaker than boys since ages. However, girl child is a boon to human society. They have always supported the entire human community with their sacrifice, ability to bear pain, display patience and love unconditionally. Women play many roles including that of a daughter, sister, wife, and mother to make the world go. They are not the burden, rather boons given by God, and are the most beautiful creation of God.

Fables of fractured times 2019

Author: Manish Tewari
Publisher: Konark Publishers Pvt Ltd
(Pp 186, ISBN: 978-9322008925, Rs. 395)

The Fables of Fractured Times is a compilation of articles written by Manish Tewari between 2017 and 2018 which have appeared in the columns of leading newspapers. The articles reflect his views on a wide array of issues, trends and events in the domestic and international arena in today’s fractured times. The country’s widening governance deficit, the crises in Indian economy and the role of the media in democracy are some of the issues expertly analysed in this book. The book deals with India’s engagement with different nations, the challenges of its foreign policy and the contemporary concerns in India’s geopolitics.

Globalisation and development Perspectives and Policies

Author: Achiransu Acharyya, Soumyadip Chattopadhyay and Apurba Kumar Chattopadhyay
Publisher: Gyan Publishing House
(Pp 358, ISBN: 978-81-212-1563-3, Rs. 1390)

The book examines the impact of globalization on the developing economies of the world in general and Indian economy in particular. Divided into three parts, it evaluates the impact of globalization on the Indian macro-economy, as also impact of globalization on agriculture and the environment and on social sectors such as health and education, demography and gender.

Matriliny among the khasis

Author: M Sasikumar
Publisher: Gyan Pulishing House
(Pp 145, ISBN: 978-81-212-1753-8, Rs. 490)
The present study discusses the social systems of the Khasi in detail from both historical and present perspectives. It also tries to understand the role, power, and function of both men and women in a social system where the position of women has been said to be more comfortable due to the matrilineal system.

Beasts of Burden

Author: Imayam
Publisher: Niyogi Books
(Pp 336, ISBN: 978-93-86906-62-5, Rs. 650)

The first novel of one of the best writers today, Beasts of Burden (Koveru Kazhuthaigal) is located in the early 1970s when ritual status and payment in kind were giving way to cash wages. It is a tapestry of despair, courage and a journey both outward and inward and a story of decline and change in a village seen through the eyes of a washerwoman(vannati) Arokkyam, who serves a dalit community of africultural labourers.

Voyage to Success

Author: Prem Bhardwaj ‘Gyanbhikshu’
Publisher: Diamond Books
(Pp 104, ISBN: 978-93-5278-940-5, Rs. 150)
This book is all about thinking positive along with lots of factors which is described inside the book and also assure to feel nothing is impossible.

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