Faith and Trust...
Faith and TrustOne Hundred Quotes and Thoughts With One Hundred Paintings of Lord Ganesha by: R.N. Kogata , Lalita Kogata
The 100 inspiring quotes on Faith and Trust address different facets of our relationship within and with external elements. When Trust moves up to a higher helm, an individual transcends apparent limits, discovering new and awesome strengths. Each quote is attuned to a stimulating painting of Lord Ganesha, the Lord of Peace, Prosperity and Wisdom.
Year Of Publication: 2014
Pages : 108p.
Language : English
Binding : Hardcover
Publisher: D.K. Printworld Pvt. Ltd.
Through 100 inspiring quotes on Faith and Trust, the authors address one’s relationship within and with external elements. Each quote is attuned to a stimulating painting of Lord Ganesha, the Lord of Peace, Prosperity and Wisdom. Many wise men and women have worked on this wonderful concept of relationship and brought forth a number of thought-provoking and enlightening quotes for one to relish. The authors have supplemented these great personalities with their own creations.
Relationships cannot take place and sustain without Faith and Trust, be it between individuals, families, friends, organizations, societies, or nations. In simple words, it is the willingness of one party to rely on the actions of another. It is the foundation of all one does in his/her life. Trust self first, then others. From trust emanates team spirit and the capability of delegating responsibilities and powers. When it moves up to a higher helm, an individual transcends apparent limits, discovering new and awesome strengths that one was previously unaware of.
Sale!Elements of Hindustani Classical Music by: Shruti Jauhari ₹430.00
Hindustani classical music, a jewel in the crown of the Indian musical tradition, has become increasingly popular in South India and abroad over the last few decades. This book attempts to present a detailed and comprehensive discussion of the fundamental concepts and aspects of Hindustani classical music. It begins with an account of the history and evolution of Hindustani classical music by taking up developments in a chronological order. It explains a number of terms and processes involved in the performance of Hindustani classical vocal music. In an interesting discussion, it mentions the various famous gharanas of the genre and deals with the life-histories of some of their eminent musicologists and singers. The musical instruments which are used in accompaniment to the vocal singing in Hindustani music are described. It also details the rags which are frequently presented in contemporary musical concerts, highlighting the important features of each.
The book will be useful to all those who wish to learn and acquire knowledge of Hindustani classical music. It will be of interest to all practitioners of Hindustani classical music.
Sale!Dreams by: Nandlal Vanvari ₹220.00
This book is a study of the mysterious phenomenon of dreams. Dreams have fascinated mankind for ages. Civilisations over time and varied cultures have attempted to interpret the occurrence and meaning of dreams in different ways. Various theories have been extended from time to time to interpret this phenomenon. Dreams are generally viewed as displays of the subconscious and the unconscious which know everything of the past, the present and the future and constitute an interrelation between these.
The book analyses the states of thought, the sleep cycle and occurrence of dreams, presenting viewpoints of various religious and cultural traditions like the tantric view, that of the Guiana Indians, the Korean tradition, and so on. It discusses the views of scientists and psychologists on dreams, examining the beliefs of each school the Freud school, Jung school, Hall school among others in detail. It classifies dreams in different ways and deals with aspects of contemplation, emotions, and feelings in dreams. It also takes up dream healing and numerology, explaining how one can understand the structure of a dream and its significance and use it for achieving something in life. It contains accounts of dreams experienced by famous personalities in history which were closely linked to their real lives.
Sale!Immortal Tales by: A.D. Bhattacharya
The readers are hereby being presented with a bouquet of forty-eight short stories in the form of the The Immortal Tales. Each of the story is unique with an elegance and aroma of its own imparting a divine message to the readers.
In fact distribution of the divine messages through short stories is an age-old practice, since earlier the same had been kept in such a form that only wise and learned could reach the same.
The stories are being told by several people from time to time and it is quite possible that some readers might have heard them in a different form than what is stated here hope they would enjoy reading them in this form as well.
The writer offers his salutations to all those pious souls who had presented the divine messages to common persons in whatsoever form earlier.
Sale!Bhajanamrit by: Unknown
This book contains, as the title suggests, the nectar or amrita of bhajans mostly in praise of Lord Krishna, the everplayful God in the Hindu pantheon. Each bhajan has been transliterated into Roman to facilitate the readers who cannot read Devanagiri to enjoy their singing.
Sale!Jaisalmer by: Oki Morihiro, Masatoshi A. Konishi, Kodai Konishi,
This volume juxtaposes the history, culture, occupation and the lifestyle of people in the desert district of Jaisalmer of western Rajasthan, bordering Pakistan. Popularly called the Golden City in Desert, the city has much more to say beyond its popular fort and palaces. Jaisalmer was an old city of commercial magnitude for centuries till the onset of British rule in India. It was en route connecting the East and West in trade. It has now been transformed to a tourist destination, enticing people from India and abroad.
The book details its past glory, lost significance and the regained charm through centuries of developments. It also accounts for the brief history of Marwar, its rajas of valor, and their heroic struggle for existence and survival against foreign attacks. The picturesque portrayal of the fort, the people of Jaisalmer, their cultural, ethnic and religious mores, and the must see spots in the city are the quintessential focus of the book.
Moving away from the city life, the book also focuses on the village life, exploring the mysteries and charm of the desert life. It unearths the hidden charms and the warmth of village life in this desert region, alongwith a brief account of occupation of people around.
This connoisseur’s collection would motivate also researchers of ancient monuments and history, and enthuse tourists who would like to visit the Golden City in Desert.