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Learning from the Hip: A Pocket Manifesto for Your Home Improvement Project
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This book is a guide to home improvement through the lens of one family’s experience in creating their own modern home in northern California. They bought a tiny house during that fast rise to... More > the boom of the housing market in the early aughts, and embarked on a major renovation and addition through the subsequent bust (while the family went through a boom of its own. Divided into 20 short chapters, this book outlines the entire home improvement process, from permits and architects to lighting and finishes. Learning from the HIP will help you create a home that is warm, comfortable and supports your life and the way you want to live it. Devi Dutta-Choudhury is a California licensed architect who specializes in working with homeowners, small businesses and non-profits in creating comfortable modern spaces. Her studio Devi Dutta Architecture is located in Berkeley, CA.< Less
Rabindranath Tagore (Life, Literature, Philosophy and other works)
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Rabindranath Tagore: Life, Literature and Philosophy and Other Works is the first publication of Bangabharati E-Books. It will open some unknown horizon of Rabindranath Tagore’s creative world... More > to you. In this book you will find: -Rabindranath Tagore: Life, Literature and Philosophy – A complete biography of Tagore and a detail introduction to his works. Written in such a informative way that will enable the readers to identify the real and complete Rabindranath. -Tagore’s Mother - There are tons of memoirs of the mothers of world's erudite personalities. But very few people know about Tagore’s mother Saradasundari Devi. -History of Jorasanko Thakurbari – Many unknown facts on the historical Tagore House at Jorasanko. -From Tagore House to Rabindra Bharati – A brief history of how the desolated Tagore House was rebuilt as Rabindra Bharati University during the 1960s. -Tagore’s Plays – A brief introduction. -Notes on Some Sources of Tagore’s Plays. -Tagore – the Plot Writer.< Less
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