Boy eyes the girl. She is fair, has dark eyes & beautiful hair; the whole college loves her.
He is tall, dark and has the cutest dimples. They are a perfect couple.
They fall in love. Endless phone calls, pointless blushes, constant sweet nothings.
Everybody is jealous of them but they are too busy being in love..
Right?Bullshit!Real love is a lot more complex.Sachin Garg, opens his heart, and shares the story of the twentieth year of his life(less)
If you have a sensitive mind and record your observations regularly, you will see your life too is a vast storehouse of stories.'As she goes about her work with the villagers, slumdwellers and the common men and women of India Sudha Murty, writer, social worker and teacher, listens to them and records what they have to say.
Their accounts of the struggles and hardships which they have at times overcome, and at other times been overwhelmed by, are put together in this book. A blind old man in a little Shiva temple offers the author shelter and peace in the midst of a storm and emerges as the most generous, unselfish soul she has ever met(less)
Long Before The Term Corporate Social Responsibility Was Coined, A Company In India Chose To Give Up To 14 Per Cent Of Its Profits To Charity. That Indian Company Was None Other Than Tata Steel(less)
2. Milk acidity and some physical properties of milk.
3. The composition of milk.
4. The effects of heat on milk and the action of milk on metals, dairy detergents, chlorine sterilisation.
5. Cream, butter, and margarine.
6. Cheese, annatto, and soft curd milk.
7. Condensed milk and milk powder.
8. Dairy by-products and miscellaneous subjects.
Name index. Subject index.
"Dairying has developed into a highly technical industry. This evolutionary process continues, and it is desirable that the type of training should keep pace with or even anticipate the changing conditions of the industry.
The author has presented information which he considers to be of fundamental importance and has not allowed any existing examination syllabus to dominate the selection of subject-matter or its method of presentation. Nevertheless, it is hoped that this will prove a valuable asset to those reading for college diplomas or university degrees and to all(less)
Covey again illuminates the hidden power of trust to change lives and impact organizations in Smart Trust. In a compelling and readable style, he and long-time business partner Greg Link share enlightening principles and anecdotes of people and organizations that are not only achieving unprecedented prosperity from high-trust relationships and cultures but--even more inspiring--also attaining elevated levels of energy and joy.
The sustainable success these leaders and enterprises are exhibiting is paradoxically being produced in what has proved to be the lowest trust climate in years, if not decades(less)
The wind beneath my wings/Nabaneeta Dev Sen. 2.
A heritage of heresy within tradition/Vina Mazumdar. 3.
A daughter of Awadh/Zarina Bhatty. 4.
A struggle for space/Hema Sundaram. 5.
The Tyranny of tradition/Leela Gulati. 6.
Wings come to those who fly/Maithreyi Krishna Raj. 7.
The times that are a-changing/Priti T. Desai.
8. Uneven earth and open sky/Saroja Kamakshi.
9. Abode of colour/Vijaya Mehta.
10. Striking new roots/Sushil Narulla.
11. Matriliny within patriliny/Jasodhara Bagchi.
12. Three generations of women/Mary Roy.
Afterword: the colonised coloniser/Arlie Hochschild. Select bibliography.
About the editors and contributors. "Several books have been written about the position of women in India's patriarchal society.
This collection of twelve narratives, however, focuses not so much on women's subservient position vis-a-vis men, but on women's relations with each other. With the authors locating their personal struggles within those of three generations of women in their families, these narratives span a period of over 100(less)
Indeed latest research suggests that those who love and are loved are significantly more likely to be alive in 10 years time than those without love in their lives. Love makes us happy, and the happier we are, the longer it seems we tend to live.
So, why is it that some people find relationships so easy? We all know the kind of person, married forever, connected with their family, and strong friendships that have stood the test of time from all stages of life. The people who make friends easily, who have someone utterly devoted to them and for whom many would do anything.
What do they know and do that the rest of us could learn from? That's what you'll find in this book. If you study people who are so good at relationships you discover it's not about their personality or gender or how self sacrificing they are.
Those who are great in all relationships usually do have to work at it. The secret(less)
I AM life.""There is great joy in doing something on the spur of the moment.
When you do this, you find true freedom of the Spirit. You will find a new joy and freedom, which I long for all My children to have.
""Life is so simple. Keep it so.
Let nothing weigh you down or depress you. All is very well.
Live fully in the now.""Let the words and the thoughts you have heard so many times become a part of your whole being, so that they are vibrating words which manifest in form and become reality.
"The messages in this book ask us to have total faith in the process of living - to trust God, the universe, spirit, love, or whatever we choose to call the divine source. They affirm that there is an inherent wisdom and intelligence in everything, which can be contacted by turning within.
Each one of us can do this and find God's still small voice for ourselves(less)
.because love @ 15 can be a dangerous idea!"Meet Ritesh Garg the attention crazy, fun loving, flirtatious and ever talkative fifteen year old.
And meet Ritesh's love interest, Aarushi gentle, calm sober and a conservative fourteen year old. What happens when such extremities in characteristics collide? An explosive reaction?Just like Potassium bromide, Ritesh and Aarushi were destined to meet and fall in love at such a precarious age.
Maybe it was their childhood? When Ritesh grew up watching the heroes of the 90s falling in love, Aarushi saw Ramayana and Mahabharata with great interest. Or maybe it was just the way things turn out to be.
total chaos!!From dumb friends to volatile reactions in the chemistry lab, Ritesh Garg had to fight 'em all to get what he wanted to achieve..
.his angel, his miracle.
As hormonal changes occur every day, their idea of true love takes a beating. What will it take Ritesh to grow into a man from the adolescent he is.
? Who knows..
.because love happens(less)
The approaches suggested in the book are practical and capable of being adopted in any situation. Many of these children have tremendous intellectual potential, which could be developed to the advantage of the nation, if early and timely interventions are available.
Moreover, the teachers have to be sensitized to the problem. They have to adopt a positive attitude and use effective strategies to cope with problems faced by learning disabled children.
This book is a guide, both for teachers and parents. Parents interact with these children more than teachers do.
Therefore, if parents can be sensitized, more than half of the battle will be won. Learning disabilities constitute a major problem and coping with(less)
She has also traveled in Asia and parts of Africa, Central and South America. Her great interests are handloom textiles, art, traditional crafts, and food, and along the way she became fascinated by the King of Fruits.
In this book the author describes the cultivation of the pineapple, traces its history, its discovery by the western world and its introduction by European s to Asia, Africa and the Pacific. She shows how the pineapple has become a symbol in many different cultures and has lent its shape to such diverse objects as architectural elements in Scotland and Kenya, patchwork quilt patterns in the United States,(less)
This book covers all of these topics thoroughly through concepts, explanations, and multiple-choice questions, and also includes comprehensive preparation guidelines. The content is at an advanced level, ranging from moderate to difficult, preparing students to give their best(less)
Full of exercises, assignments, and study questions. The Conversations With God Companion will expand your understanding of God and strengthen your personal dialogue with him.
Neale Donald Walsch brings help to individuals and groups to interactively experience the wisdom found in his Conversations With God trilogy. The companion guide explores core concepts of Walsch's teachings and illustrates, in clear language, how to put them to work for you.
Explore techniques that will lead to greater self-awareness. Examine your present circumstances.
Create a blueprint for change. Awaken your spiritual life.
Let The Conversations With God Companion be a trustworthy and caring guide on your spiritual journey(less)
Now, in a startlingly clear, direct and simple text, Neale Donald Walsch provides an answer that fits all religions and, ultimately, transcends them(less)
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