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The Magical World of Plants By M Sharma
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We all know that without trees life is impossible. If no trees are left then our beautiful planet will become dry and lifeless. We should understand the need to plant trees. Our accentors gave us a... More > green environment and we should give the same to our future generations. We have given a brief detail of these life giving trees in this book. After reading this book and the role the trees play in our life you may understand their importance. We request you to plant more and more trees. In Mahatma Buddha's words, 'The trees are a magical being in this world. They provide shade to all even to those who come with axes to cut them down.'< Less
Better Life With Vastu Shastra By M Sharma
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The forces that play a role in shaping our life are first comes destiny, second is luck, third is Vastu principles, forth is philanthropy & fifth is education. By putting Vastu Principles to work... More > in your home, you will be assisting your family in achieving financial, academic, or relationship. Using the principles of Vastu you will make your home a welcome places for guests and first step towards philanthropy will pay off.< Less
Smoking : Slow Poison By M Sharma
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Smoking converts a man into donkey by his brain and behaviour both as the way donkey works with loads on his back; similarly does the man after smoking with senseless feelings keeps on working like a... More > donkey. He programs his brain in such a manner that it starts feeling energetic and sleepless only after smoking and chewing tobacco thereby making him work efficiently. In this process his rest part of body leaves the company of his brain as this is the reason for which his body starts becoming weak, with slow functioning of his liver, weak functioning of kidneys with burnt lungs along with high blood pressure an anaemic; also his further growth thereby stops making his life's longevity to half. It leaves us shivering when we look into the yearly figures which tell us about the worldwide early deaths occurring every year due to the habit of smoking and chewing tobacco. Also lakhs of people suffer with dreaded diseases making them float in middle of life and death.< Less
Traditional Hindu Baby Names By M Sharma
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Modern time is the time of smart and extra-ordinary names; because name is the identification of a person, mirror of his/her life, therefore is should be meaningful, sharp and spiritual too. Choosing... More > a right and suitable name for your child is not an easy task as it influences his or her entire character and lifestyle. Help is in your hands. We have prepared this book by selected poetic, religious, ethnic, moral and classic names for your lovely child.< Less
Shirdi Sai Baba Life and Time By M Sharma
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In Shirdi God Khandova's temple is very famous. It is popular by the name, 'Khandova Temple.' The groom's family on reaching Shirdi stopped first in the premises of the Khandova temple. Those days... More > Mahalsapati was the chief priest of the temple. As he saw Baba getting down from the bullock cart, soon with his divine powers he had recognized God disguised as Baba. He at that spur of the moment fell in the feet's of Baba and Said with his eyes watering, "Sai my Sai you became so late in coming, Shirdi is anxiously waiting for you since long. Now with your holy feet get salvation for Shirdi." On seeing him Mahalsapati had addressed him as 'Sai', hence from here his disciples started calling him by the names like, 'Sai', 'SaiBaba', 'Sainath'. Sai picked up Mahalsapati and smilingly Said to him, "My and Shirdi's relation is very old, I was waiting for the suitable time to come here and finally the time has come today and now this Sai will not go anywhere leaving Shirdi."< Less
Science Legend Stephen Hawking By M Sharma
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Stephen Hawking was a handicap for his life time yet only on his will power and self confidence he was one of most well known scientist. His own desire to live was another plus point of his... More > successful life. People will ask if it is necessary for a scientist to be a famous personality. The answer is a little difficult. Those who know how to write in easy language, they keep an interest in writing. People are not aware of those people who do not possess an interest in writing. The scientist who is perfects in their experiments and posses a good vocabulary and a skill of writing become famous worldwide, Stephen Hawking is one of them. He cannot do his simple daily chores but the world knows that the almighty has given him an extraordinary brain that overpowers the rest of his defects. Not only on his researches and nor on his book but we are inquisitive about his daily day to day life and try to gather all possible information about it.< Less
Hitler : Life Story of a Dictator By M Sharma
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Adolf Hitler’s 12 years a ruler of Germany led to the deaths of millions in World War II and earned him the crown of one of history’s most hated villains. With a passion for art and the... More > penchant to be an architect, young Adolf Hitler spent many years in Vienna. After dropping out of school at the age of 16, he earned his bread by selling paintings on postcards to locals and tourists alike. Without the support of his father in his pursuits, he ran out of money and resorted to living in a homeless shelter. Sun evidence suggests that Hitler was exposed to a great deal of anti-Semitism during his time there, as the city had a large Jewish community. It helped to foster his evolving ideology. Hitler went to Munich, Germany in 1913 and was fascinated by the art and architecture of the place. However, while he fed his aesthetic hunger, he also joined the Bavarian Army in World War I and served in France and Belgium under Ludwig III. He received a badge for a wound he received from enemy fire.< Less
Greatest Travellers of All Time : Ibn Battuta By M Sharma
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Ibn Battuta just loved travelling. Unlike most other members of his age and class, he considered experience gained through travels to be a more important source of knowledge than the mere study of... More > books. As mentioned above, some people just love travelling. It is an inborn urge to travel into unknown lands or unexplored world. Ibn Battuta is reported to have said when he was quite young that he was "swayed by an overmastering impulse within me and a desire long-cherished in my bosom to visit these illustrious sanctuaries." He took the ultimate decision to quit his family and the town for the sake of travelling. As he says, he resolved, "to quit all my dear ones, female and male, and forsook my home as birds forsake their nests."< Less
Instructive Stories of the Upanishads By M Sharma
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The Upanishads have their very much etymological significance. Even the word 'Upanishad' has a variety of meanings. This word is coned in Sanskrit by joining two words: Upa (meaning close or quite... More > near) + Nishada (meaning listening). It appears originally the Veda knowledge was explained and interpreted by the wise seers and their disciples used to sit near them to listen to their discourses. Subsequently, they must have come to the collected and produced in the tome's or book's form. So they got another meaning which means a book. But now their generally accepted wide-ranging meaning–like the Vedas–is knowledge, profound and deep. Since the Upanishads convey the 'last word' or the ultimate teachings of the Vedas they are also called the 'Vedanta'. The quest for truth is the common feature of all the Upanishads which makes their relevance eternal.< Less

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