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The book gives a visual effect while reading the text of America’s War of Independence. It unfolds what happened between the year 1783 when the war ended and 1789 when George Washington was sworn in as the first President of the U.S. which may be new to the readers.
This book is a boon for those longing for a Child. Unfolding the exotic nature and secrets of human anatomy, this fifteen chapters book has topics which include infertility, genetic disorders, fertility tests, test tube babies, donation, planning the family, etc.
This book is a guide to parents for upbringing a child and provides advices and tips from the psychological point of view.
This book vividly narrates the success story of ‘Amul’, a popular milk product brand in India.
This book is a Tamil translation by S.Krishnamoorthy of “Anantibai other Short Stories” by Parasuram. It contains 15 short stories.
Andal was a 10th century Tamil poet who is revered as a saint in the southern parts of India. Infact, she is considered as one of the twelve Alvars (saints) and the only woman Alvar (saint) of Vaishnavism (a cult devoted to Lord Vishnu). After her first work known as Thiruppavai, this one, Nachiyar Thirumozhi is the second compilation by Andal consisting of 143 verses. Through this poem, she disclosed her passionate yearning for Lord Vishnu. These 143 verses are a part of the 4000 hyms of Nalayira Divya Prabandham and are organized in 14 segments, each one called a tirumozhi. The poems compiled by Andal in her teenage years, display a high level of literary and religious maturity.
This book is a biography of Mother Teresa who who founded the Missionaries of Charity in Calcutta, India in 1950 and was awarded Nobel Peace Prize in 1979.
The book, a valuable guide especially for students, describes the history and geography of Antarctica, the coldest, driest, windiest and the Earth's southernmost continent, underlying the South Pole.
This book is a Tamil translation by Bhuvana Natarajan of the Award Winning Bengali Novel ‘Anubhav’ by Dibyendu Palit. In this novel, Atreyi's marriage takes her to London from Kolkata only to find that her husband is in love with another woman. Back home she begins her life to be independent and gets a job and rediscovers herself.
This book is the biography of Aurobindo Akroyd Ghosh who was an Indian/Hindu nationalist, scholar, poet, mystic, evolutionary philosopher, yogi and guru and who advocated a new spiritual path which he called the "integral yoga."
This book is a monograph on Arignar Anna a.k.a. C.N. Annadurai. A vivid portrayal of his biography, poetry, short stories, novels, plays, cinema scripts, journals, articles and essays, letters, speeches and other creative works so much so that the reader will admire the multifaceted personality who rose to become a people’s leader using the weapons of tongue and pen.
A biography of C.N. Annadurai, popularly called "Aringnar Anna" (means scholar elder brother in Tamil). An orator and an acclaimed writer in the Tamil language, he founded Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) to become the first non-congress Chief Minister of the South Indian State of Tamilnadu in 1967.
As people become more health conscious in the present fast paced world with uprising of different kind of diseases, the search for alternative medicines for better cure and speedy recovery is most sought for. This book is a guide on Reiki providing information on what is Reiki, its origin, how it heals, distant healing, etc.
This book is a Monograph in Tamil on "Arunagirinathar" who was known as 'Sandappaavala Perumaan' and contributed nearly 16, 000 poems out of which only 1324 are available. The poems called "Thiruppugazh" on God Murugan is his masterpiece. Arunagirinathar's biography, his contributions, devotion to God Murugan, philosophy, etc are narrated to make informative reading.
A biographical account of Mughal Emperor Aurangzep who was reigning Mughal Empire in India between 1658 A.D. and 1707 A.D.
This book is a monograph in Tamil on Children’s Poet, Azha.Valliyappa, popularly known as 'Kuzhanthai Kavignar' who wrote plenty of simple and enjoyable rhymes for children.
This book is a biography of Azim Hashim Premji who is an Indian business tycoon, philanthropist and the chairman of Wipro Limited, an enterprise which emerged as one of the Indian leaders in the software industry.
The book narrates the history, geography, people’s culture and economy of Bangladesh, a country in South Asia and contains details of tourist spots and a lot of useful tips for anyone intends to visit this country.
This Tamil book gives, in a nutshell, a biography of Benjamin Franklin, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States of America. A leading author and printer, political theorist, politician, postmaster, scientist, inventor, satirist, civic activist, statesman, and diplomat, this biography of multifaceted Benjamin Franklin will influence young generation to emulate.
This Tamil book is a biography of Bernard Shaw, an Irish playwright, a co-founder of the London School of Economics and above all a Nobel Laureate. The book touches briefly upon his early Years, family, education, personal life, political activism and final years.
This Tamil book is a biography of Shaheed (means "martyr") Bhagat Singh who was an Indian freedom fighter and considered to be one of the most influential revolutionaries of the Indian independence movement.
Bhagavad Gita is a sacred Hindu scripture and is a part of the epic Mahabharatha. It is believed to be the advice of Lord Krishna to Arjuna on Dharma on the eve of Kurushetra war. Though Bhagvad Gita requires certain intellectual skill to understand the contents and message, the author in his simple style churns out the essence of Gita in an easily understandable style.
This book is a biography of Bharathidasan, also called as Puratchi Kavignar and Paa Vendhar, who was a twentieth century Tamil poet and rationalist whose literary works handled mostly socio-political issues. In addition to poetry, his views found expression in other forms such as plays, film scripts, short stories and essays. He was mentored by Mahakavi Subramanya Bharathi after whom he called himself "Bharathidasan".
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