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Yayati: A Classical Tale of Lust
Vishnu Sakharam khandekar (Author)
Yayati is a great scholar and one of the noblest rulers of ancient times. This book tells the story of Yayati.
A Journey Forever: Iskilaar and Other Stories
G A Kulkarni (Author), Translated from the Marathi by Vilas Salunke (Author)
Renowned Marathi author G A Kulkarni s translated work, A Journey Forever: Iskilaar and Other Stories, is about man's journey for answers to troubling questions after the loss of a loved one (Orpheus, Kairee: Raw Mango), or about the search of one s destiny (Iskilaar, Ahum: My Self, The Spot, Man or Monkey: Dead or Alive) in an attempt to understand if there is a way out of life's misery (Redemption, The Swami, Aqua Mum). Whether they are in a dungeon, a forest or a temple, the characters find out that sometimes it is best not to have the answers at all (Death of a God, Full Circle) and continue living the quest forever.
Yuganta, The End of an Epoch
Irawati Karve (Author)
Yuganta studies the principal, mythical-heroic figures of the Mahabharata from historical, anthropological and secular perspectives. The usually venerated characters of this ancient Indian epic are here subjected to a rational enquiry that places them in context, unravels their hopes and fears, and imbues them with wholly human motives, thereby making their stories relevant and astonishing to contemporary readers. Irawati Karve, thus, presents a delightful collection of essays, scientific in spirit, yet appreciative of the literary tradition of the Mahabharata. She challenges the familiar and formulates refreshingly new interpretations, all the while refusing to judge harshly or venerate blindly.
Arun Kolatkar (Author), Amit Chaudhuri (Introduction)
A sequence of stunningly simple but haunting poems, Jejuri is one of the great books of modern India. Jejuri is a site of pilgramage in author Arun Kolatkar's native state of Maharashtra, and Jejuri the poem is the record of a visit to the town -- a place that is as crassly commercial as it is holy, as modern and ruinous as it is ancient and enduring. Evoking the town's crowded streets, many shrines, and mythic history of sages and gods, Kolatkar's poem offers a rich description of India while at the same time performing a complex act of devotion. For the essence of the poem is a spiritual quest, the effort to find the divine trace in a degenerate world. Spare, comic, sorrowful, singing, Jejuri is the work of a writer with a unique and visionary voice.
Sanatan Dharma - Fundamentals of Hinduism (B/W Version): An Overview of Hindu Spirituality
Sachin J. Karnik (Author)
This compilation of articles is an attempt to bring to the general public an understanding of the basic concepts, ideas, beliefs, and principles of the Hindu spiritual tradition.
The Niti and Vairagya Satakas of Bhartrhari
M. R. Kale (Author, Editor)
This volume comprises two of the three famous Satakas (collection of one hundred stanzes) of the famous poet philosopher Bhartrhari.
Hitopadesa of Narayana
M. R. Kale (Author, Editor)
This edition contains the text, the Sanskrit commentary "Marma Prakasika", a full translation and notes in English. All difficult words and expressions have been explained in easy Sanskrit and English.
Pancatantra of Visnusarman
M. R. Kale (Author, Editor)
The Pancatantra is a famous literary work of Visnusarman the Court-Pandit of Kind Amarasakti of Mahilaropya in the south.
The sacred heresy: Selected poems of Vinda Karandikar
G.V. Karandikar (Author), Dilip Chitre (Editor)
This Is The Most Representative Single Volume Collection Of The Eminent Marathi Poet Vinda KarandikarýS Poems In English Translation Done By The Poet Himself.
Solstice at Panipat, 14 January 1761: An Authentic Account of the Campaign of Panipat
Uday S. Kulkarni (Author)
The book is an Authentic Account of the Campaign of Panipat in the Non Fiction format.
Secrets of Fat-free Indian Cooking: Over 150 Low-fat and Fat-free Traditional Recipes
Priya Kulkarni (Author), Anita Ranade (Author)
Health experts agree that reducing the amount of fat in the diet is a sure way to better health and longer life. Health-conscious diners can now enjoy such fat-free East Indian delights as Mulligatawny Soup, Tandoori Masala, Lamb Curry, Barbecued Shrimp, Sweet Saffron Rice, and more.
Gazing Over the Lords
K. Kulkarni (Author)
This is a romantic saga of Seema Lobo, a doctor in her early twenties, working in England. Failed arranged marriage prospects make her bold to seek love in the Western fashion. Dr. Daniel Grant is an amiable womaniser with an inherited fortune, and thespian connections. Seema's biological clock makes her fall in love with Daniel, inspite of his freakish libido. The romance gets interrupted when Seema discovers that Daniel is sterile. She wants children. She meets her childhood hero from India, whose marriage is on the rocks, and unlike Daniel he can father a child. Rachel is a budding actress in her late teens and she uses Daniel to test her sexual leanings. Pratibha, a Hollywood actress seeks secret love from Daniel just to spite her ever-present mother. All women prefer their careers to a marriage with Daniel who seems to attract women for secret liaisons for fun. Was a just a male sex object?


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