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Impact of Cricket on the Youngest Indian by Anand Raj

About the Book: “The world has changed due to globalization, and human beings have changed due to digitization.” The people of the world have become puppets in the hands of technology, internet, telecommunications, and visual media. This can be seen... Continue Reading →

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I Love You A Little Too Much by Shambhaviee Upadhyay

About the Book: Love is like trudging on the sharp edge of a razor. If you're not careful, you're bound to hurt yourself. ‘Tis not just the tale of Juno's swans, but of two people met by chance. She’s an... Continue Reading →

Durga – Fatal Face Down by P.L Kaul

About the Book: The book is described in seven chapters with Prologue explaining the contents of each Chapter and the Epilogue, a brief biography of Durga and her once in a lifetime dream visits abroad. The first chapter is an... Continue Reading →

Sifar: Some Words Speak Volumes by Manjeet Dhillon

About the Book: The book is a compilation of author's thoughts , poems, quotes and paragraphs. An observant nature, sensible mind and a sensitive heart has resulted in this anthology. These are 5 a.m thoughts, penned down in relation to... Continue Reading →

A Drizzle in the Desert by P.C Bala Subramanian

About the Book: Abhi has no reasons to complain – he lives in the Land of the Dreams, the United States of America. He is working in a large retail conglomerate and has the trust and respect of his management.... Continue Reading →

White by Srishti Jaitwani

About the Book: This book is an anthology of perspectives. Each poem joins the other like the beads of a rosary to form a beautiful panorama of the poet’s take on times. Each poem has been conceived, nurtured and written... Continue Reading →

You Are Your Answer by Manoj Kumar Baitha

About the Book: Somewhere, we are not at ease with our life. In most of the cases, it does not behave the way it must, because its various aspects are unverified and unauthentic. Everyone`s life is different. By decoding the... Continue Reading →

Yes, I met maruti by Daxesh Trivedi

About the Book: It's a story of Jay Jani from Vadodara, who firmly believes in the power of imagination. During his graduation at the MS University of Vadodara, he falls in love with beautiful Preeti Chauhan. Things become interesting &... Continue Reading →

She & Her Ideal Village by Ghanshyam Pandey

About the Book: She comes from an educated family, and pursuing her graduation in the city, she returns to her village. It is then that she realises the sheer difference that exists between city and village life. She is very... Continue Reading →

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