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Sa Me Priyah (स मे प्रियः)
Sa Mei Priyah : Hari ko Kaun Dularo - Mukti ka Pratham aur Antim Charan
(स मे प्रियः – हरि को कौन दुलारो -मुक्ति का प्रथम और अंतिम चरण- Hindi – 2012) : A contemporary commentary on eight selected verses from chapter 12of the BhagwadGita, having bearing on many burning issues of today like poverty, unemployment, communalism, lack of work culture etc. For procuring a hard copy of the book, please contact the publisher email@example.com.
Anti-corruption Source Book
Anti-corruption Source Book in five volumes (English), published in 2001-2002 by the Bureau of Police research and Development, Government of India.
Poetry Collection Jago Bharat Utho India (जागो भारत उठो इंडिया– Hindi–2009-10)with a Music Album bearing the same name. For procuring a hard copy of the book or the music album, please contact the publisher firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sampurn Kranti Ki Bhumika
Sampoorn Kranti Ki Bhumika (सम्पूर्ण क्रान्ति की भूमिका) – A book that presents the blueprint of action and a roadmap of change for various domains of public life including corruption, administrative reforms, political reforms, electoral reforms, reform of the system of education, to name a few.
Bhagavat Gita: Chhota Bhashya
This briefcase edition of the BhagavatGita, an all-time great spiritual classic, is new both in terms of content and presentation. It frees the holy book from the clutches of the Vaishnabs, and shows with ample evidence that the Gita does not support caste or birth-based occupational system. It is also full of illustrations to facilitate understanding.
Gita ki Kahani
Gita ki Kahani is a book in Hindi written to reconstruct the great cosmic story contained in the Gita of Man's origin as a soul by separating from his source - God, and, under the spell of Gods magical Maya, descending to the world of birth and death to help the drama of creation continue, and Man's endeavor to pierce the spell of Maya to get Beck to his original home. The book also outlines the different paths that lead to his original home by dispelling the midst of Maya,
Hari Ko Kaun Dularo
contemporary commentary on eight selected verses from chapter 12of the BhagwadGita, having bearing on many burning issues of today like poverty, unemployment, communalism, lack of work culture, etc.