Author : Dr Sridhar Bhaskar Varnekar
An inquiring young man is a swayamsevak who believes in the thought and working of Sangh and the master who is responding to the queries is Parampoojaneeya Sri Guruji. The conversation of the two is conceptualized to compose SanghaGeeta.
This is an English translation of the Hindi book ” Rashtriya swayamsevak Sangh-Lakshya aur karya “.
This book is a collection of six speeches delivered by the 3rd Sarsanghchalak of RSS, Sri Balasaheb Deoras ji in 1965 at Kurukshetra.
The present set of six books titled ‘Pride of Tamilnadu’ :
The lives of notable personalities of Tamilnadu have been broadly categorised under six headings viz., Freedom fighters ; Spiritual Gurus, Scientists and Mathematicians, Artists, Poets and Scholars, Matru Shakti (Women Power)
Women and Sabarimala is an answer to the question “why aren’t women of menstrual age allowed to enter Sabarimala?” This book presents a never-before discussed perspective on the science behind the restrictions on women in the Sabarimala temple.
Brief : This book is for all Indian women who have unanswered questions pertaining to menstrual practices, for menstrual researchers who will find a treasure trove of potential areas for research pertaining to menstrual health, for sportswomen to discover the ancient techniques that worked in sync with women’s periods and not against it, and also for the feminist who assumes that cultural practices around menstruation are a taboo that needs to be done away with.
Brief : This book takes us through the spectrum of our festivals / traditions and Time in an effort to bring our ancient wisdom nearer to the younger generations and help them understand the significance of our festivals and traditions.
The Qur’an categorically prohibits the marriage of a Muslim with a non-Muslim when it warns: “Do not marry idolaters until they believe.” If a marriage cannot take place without religious conversion, it cannot be considered as a genuine token of love.
Brief : The volume carries detailed articles on India’s Culture contacts with Tibet, Central Asia, China, Japan, Burma, Indonesia, Japan, Afghanistan, Ceylon, Nepal, as well as far away sores of Siberia, Koria and the phillipines, Middle East, Africa, Europe and America.
This book is an attempt to provide an overview of the aggression on Hindus in Bengal for the last eight decades. Amply referenced, it also throws light on political positioning and intellectual shenanigans that have facilitated the aggression.
The common man is oblivious to a lot of critical information about Jammu & Kashmir including a region as strategic as Gilgit-Baltistan being a part of Jammu & Kashmir. This book is an attempt to lift the veil of ignorance about this region and make it a part of the national strategic dialogue.
Kashmir has been in turmoil for the past three decades or so. The state of dissatisfaction in that part of a free, democratic, secular Indian nation is a rather perplexing development, the question being that how can any well groomed group of citizens, anywhere in the world, want to complain about their political rights in such a free and tolerant environment. The answer is not straightforward.
Nataraj and his close friends, a poet and a journalist, find their congenial days disturbed when Vasu, a powerful taxidermist; moves in with his stuffed hyenas and pythons, and brings his dancing women up the printer’s private stairs. When Vasu, in search of larger game, threatens the life of a temple elephant that Nataraj has befriended, complications ensue that are both comic and calamitous.
Readers get a feeling of common humanity among people of this country. You can feel that soul of India is one through this book. It is a funny and interesting tale of Swami and his adventures. Other characters are Swami’s friends, his family and people from his town and people he meets while on these adventures. Readers get to see the world through the eyes of a ten-year old boy. Readers get to see his boyhood. The priorities and problems that kids find very important can sometimes look inappropriate as an adult, but for kids, that is their world. Narayan has captured that pre-independence world of Malgudi.
In this concluding volume of the Savarkar series, exploring a vast range of original archival documents from across India and outside it, in English and several Indian languages, historian Vikram Sampath brings to light the life and works of Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, one of the most contentious political thinkers and leaders of the twentieth century.
This book asks the pertinent question, What if Sardar Patel had been India’s first prime Minister? Would India’s political and development trajectories be different it also discusses Patel’s thoughts on Partition and the East Bengal problem that finally led to the formation of Bangladesh.
Stories abound about his beheading his own maternal uncle for dereliction of duty during the prelude to war when Guwahati was being fortified. He is said to have declared: “My uncle is not greater than my country.” Yet this great hero is scarcely known outside the boundaries of Assam today. While most Indians have heard of Chhatrapati Shivaji they are ignorant about General Lachit Barphukan of Assam. This book it is hoped will be successful in introducing General Lachit Barphukan to the people of the rest of India in particular and the world at large.
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