Comprehensive Chemistry: Theory and Practice – An Excerpt

The aim of this book is to cater to the needs of the graduate students of all the Indian universities following the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) curriculum. This book gives an insightful view of the theory and practical syllabus for graduate students. This book will be beneficial for graduate students of all the UGC... Continue Reading →

The Story of Astronomy in India – An Excerpt

Humans have always been fascinated and excited on observing the sun, the moon and the stars, and their rising and setting. As the human race evolved and mastered agriculture and domesticating animals, seasons and weather became key to their livelihoods. It was perhaps at this stage that the humans developed the rudiments of the subject... Continue Reading →

Did You Know? 5 – An Excerpt

The one-billionth Indian child was born on 11 May 2000. A 700-year-old banyan tree was given a drip to rejuvenate it. You can sell refrigerators to Eskimos. Volkswagen sold more sausages than cars in 2015. Amazon.com was previously known as Cadabra.com Russia built a computer that ran on water. Did You Know? 5, yet another book in the series of Did You Know, is here with lots of amazing and fascinating facts that generally are unrecognized. This book will ignite the curiosity in the minds of readers, investigate the phenomena and inspire them to be creative and innovative.

Delicious Keto Recipes – An Excerpt

Delicious Keto Recipes: A Guide for Caregivers, this book on dietary therapies to Boost Brain Health gives practical aspects of making dishes according to Indian recipes. The ingredients suggested in these recipes are common and easily available in market. This book is not only for experienced (trained) dieticians but also for other health professionals including doctors, nurses and anyone in the care of a person with epilepsy, obesity, gluten sensitivity/celiac disease, dementia and many such conditions which benefit from ketogenic/modified Atkins/low glycemic index diet.

Understanding and Overcoming Learning Disabilities in Children

Learning disabilities are disorders that affect one's ability in the areas of spoken or written language, listening, speaking, attention, reasoning and the coordination of movements. They can occur in young children but are usually not identified until they begin school. Identifying and understanding different learning disabilities will help parents provide effective treatment to their children... Continue Reading →

World Book and Copyright Day

Do you remember the days when your parent used to narrate a story to you from your favourite book? The  captivating tales and poems would take you to your own world of fiction and imagination. The beauty of words made our childhood so much fun. Books have been a part of human lives for  a... Continue Reading →

How Fit is Your Mind?

In today’s fast-paced world, people are racing towards competition rather than perfection.  Human minds have been replaced by Google. Screens have taken the place of books. People tend to focus on earning money while risking their health, filling their pockets with pressure and anxiety. M.K. Gandhi rightly said  ‘It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver.’

Mediating Islam and Modernity – An Excerpt

An effort in mediating Islam and modernity, and reconciling traditionalism with modernism, this book—building on, and blending, the scholarship of past and present—brings together some major themes and issues of diverse nature (from educational and religious to political and contemporary issues) as propounded and promoted by Sir Sayyid Ahmad Khan, Muhammad Iqbal, and Abul Kalam Azad—the three pioneering and prominent South Asian modernist/reformist thinkers—within the broader context, and reveals their contemporary relevance.

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