TimeOne Hundred Quotes and Thoughts With One Hundred Paintings of Lord Ganesha by: R.N. Kogata , Lalita Kogata
Time is eternal, all-pervasive, money, a good counsellor, and the best-known medicine. The 100 “quotable” quotes on Work in this book are a gold mine of wisdom that renews his spirit and makes him more creative and help him utilize time better for the self and the society. Each quote has a stimulating painting of Lord Ganesha, the Lord of Peace, Prosperity and Wisdom.
Year Of Publication: 2014
Pages : 100p.
Language : English
Binding : Hardcover
Publisher: D.K. Printworld Pvt. Ltd.
Time is eternal and all-pervasive. It is the most potent factor in human life. It waits for none. Time is money. To remind the significance and criticality of Time, the authors have presented 100 exceptional quotes on Time, each quote is enjoined by a stimulating painting of Lord Ganesha, the Lord of Peace, Prosperity and Wisdom. Some of these enlightening and ever-inspiring quotes are from impeccable personalities, who have rendered invaluable services and contributions to the progress of this world. Everything happened, happens and will happen fall under the ambit of time.
Time is the best-known medicine and a good leveller and counsellor. It enables us to overcome the losses of the past and energize to run towards new goals. Though alpha and omega in nature, time is too short for a human being. Thus it reminds everyone to act wisely and harness it fruitfully as the wise, talented and the enlightened do.
Sale!India by: Bharat Gupt ₹300.00
It is often taken for granted that Independence from the British rule also ushered an era of cultural and social freedom in India. The author wishes to examine if that is true or if a cultural decline set in soon after. Based on a verse in the Pancatantra, the book has been divided into six parts: Eka (person), Kula (family), Grama (habitat), Janapada (land), Prithvi (earth) and Atma. Issues of education; conflicts between the classes, regions, jatis, languages and religions; expansion of proselytizers; lack of governance; tensions between the legislators and judiciary; rise of unbridled consumerism; falling standards of democracy; dilemmas created by notions of dharma challenged by Westernized modernity; and the problems of attaining universal harmony, are all put into a perspective under these six categories. While examining the state of affairs the author also suggests a way for the pursuit of happiness through unselfish transcendence.
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!Faith and Trust by: R.N. Kogata, Lalita Kogata,
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!India, Another Way of Life by: Tzannis Tzannetakis
A journey to India . . . is quite unlike a journey to any other land . . . this sentiment expresses the uniqueness of a visitors experience of India. For, among other things, India is a perpetual mystery to him from the beginning; he wades through the mystique and out of it; and he is never free of it. For Mr. Tzannis Tzannetakis, a former Prime Minister of Greece, India is this and much more. His informal experiences presented here are diverse and steeped in the historic-cultural flavour special to India. He sees its centuries-old palaces, forts of ancient maharajas, of the glorious Mughals; the unparalleled cave monuments of Ajanta-Ellora with their exquisite carvings, the breathtaking sculptural decorations and the architectural dream of Khajuraho; the grandeur of the Taj, a wonder in white marble; the exotic deserts of Jaisalmer; the heart of holy India, Banaras, with the ever-flowing Ganga; the marvel of Delhi which amalgamates the old and the new. His response is, likewise, rich with a range of tones; he not only admires the material landmarks of ancient India but breathes in the spirit of the past the old delight, the royal romance, the dignity, valour in that chivalry . . . His is not simply a discovery of India but an analysis of Indias time-tested values and its modern message in order to understand India in the real sense its unique past; the India of today, of the traditional and the modern; and the India of the future . . . its goals, aspirations. The authors tone is wonder-struck but, at the same time, genuine and realistic. He captures the essential India and not just its forms and colours to present a delightful, critical and sensitive picture.