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  • The Mill on the Floss : Om Illustrated Classics

    Everyone knew that little Maggie Tulliver’s world revolved aroundher elder brother, Tom. He could do no wrong and no one else’s—not even her beloved father’s—opinion mattered. And though Tomcould not completely understand his free-spirited sister, he adoredher. But time changes everything for the Tullivers.Deep in debt, the Tullivers lose their flour mill on the River Flossto the cruel Mr Wakem. Their financial downfall compels Tom andMaggie to grow up before time and the once-close siblings driftapart as adulthood brings with it the trappings of propriety, societalrules and morality. Both Tom and Maggie are forced to take decisions that lead to a series of events that irrevocably alter not just their lives, but also the fates of those around them.George Eliot’s The Mill on the Floss brings out the complexities offamily relationships and individual choices in the face of adversity,while addressing a mix of various themes that were pertinent to19th-century England.

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  • The Best of Akbar Birbal (Hindi)

    The Best of Akbar-Birbal is a collection of short, vividly illustrated stories of Akbar-Birbal, whose relationship had many a tale to share. Akbar-Birbal stories are an integral part of rich Indian heritage. These stories are not only entertaining but also contain lots of lessons.

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  • Dashavtar the Ten Divine forms of Vishnu (Hindi) : Large Print

    Dashavtar is a large print book which talks about the ten principal Avatars. The most common interpretation of the word ‘Avatar’ refers to the ‘descent’ and the word ‘Dasha’ refers to ‘ten’ in number. The book talks about the ten most famous incarnations of Lord Vishnu.

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  • Brahma Creator of the Universe (Hindi) : Large Print

    The Hindus consider Lord Brahma as the Creator of the Universe. Along with Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva, he forms the Holy Trinity. As creation is the work of the mind and the intellect, Lord Brahma symbolises the Universal Mind. From the standpoint of an individual, he symbolises one’s own mind and intellect. However, Lord Brahma has lost his claim to being a supreme deity. Today, there is no cult or sect that exclusively worships him, but there are a few temples dedicated to him.There are many myths around his origin and powers; his life reverberates with symbolism which needs to be understood. This beautifully-illustrated book explores all these aspects and serves as an excellent introduction to the Father of the gods, humans and demons.

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  • Aesops Fables  All Time Treasured Stories (Hindi) : Large Print

    Long, long ago, around the sixth century BC, lived a gifted storytellernamed Aesop. Not much is known about him, but what one does know is that he could make his audiences roll with laughter at his delightful tales. In this book are some of Aesop’s most popular fables. They’llmake you laugh and also teach you valuable life lessons – and what could be better than that!

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  • Krishna Tales

    Krishna, one of the avatars of Lord Vishnu, is the embodiment of love and divine joy that destroys all pain and sin. People consider Krishna to be their leader, hero, protector, philosopher, teacher and friend all rolled into one. He has influenced the Indian thought, life and culture in many ways.Krishna Tales is a delightful collection of beautifully illustrated stories of Krishna from his birth till he kills his evil uncle King Kansa. Tales of his playful antics with gopis and Radha to his stories of valour and wisdom in the battles with demons and Kansa written in simple language makes this book an irresistible read for a child.

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  • Mahavir the Twenty Four Tirthankara : Large Print

    Let the child explore the world of poets and saints and prophets through these beautifully illustrated books.Also available are the legends of Ramayana and Bhagavad Gita and Jesus Christ.

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  • The Best of Moral Stories : Large Print (Binder)

    Good books and good stories are great for developing young minds. This delightful book of moral stories, old and new, teaches lessons to cherish for life. The fascinating illustrations bring the stories to life and make story-time the best time of the day!

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    Of Indian festivals this book tells, Of sweets and colours, chants and bells. Of what we do and whom we meet, This book is a visual treat!

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    The Essential Guide to all’s that’s new in Fortnite Chapter 2

    Fortnite is a game that is always evolving and your skills need to evolve with it. This guide features advanced tactics, info on all the latest weapons, vehicles and changes around the map, and much more that will put you ahead of the competition.

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    Dive into the incredible world of eSports!

    With the advent of games like Overwatch, Fortnite and League of Legends, eSports’ popularity has reached new stratospheres in recent years. This 100% Unofficial guide has everything you need to know about the top games, the best teams and their talented players.

    With over 15 games featured, ranging from Street Fighter to Super Smash Bros., there’s something for every video game fan and eSport enthusiast.

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  • ‘Raat baaki, baat baaki… Hona hai jo, ho jaane do…’

    Sensuous, glamorous and bold, Parveen Babi set the Hindi cinema screen ablaze during the 1970s and ’80s, breaking the ‘pious, nice girl’ mould of the film heroine and redefining it after her own style. On screen, she sizzled in unforgettable roles in blockbusters like Deewaar, Shaan, Kaalia and Amar Akbar Anthony – while, off-screen, her bohemian and unabashed lifestyle lit up gossip columns, and her appearance on the cover of Time magazine, a first for an Indian, created a stir nationwide. Yet, for all the sensational rumours and films her life inspired, Parveen has remained something of an enigma to generations of fans.

    In Parveen Babi: A Life, Karishma Upadhyay traces the journey of a shy but ambitious girl from an aristocratic family in Junagadh, Gujarat, to a life of merciless scrutiny that comes with being in the Bollywood spotlight. Exploring with depth and sensitivity the myriad facets of the actress’s life, she lays bare little-known details about Parveen’s doomed romances, her obsession with the spiritual guide who advised her to quit films, the tumultuous years of battling mental illness and her tragic, untimely demise.

    Rich with insights from the star’s friends, former lovers and colleagues, this compelling narrative captures the nuances of an extraordinary life – the highs and lows of finding fame, love and solace, and then, in the end, losing it all.

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