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Who Will Cry When You Die? (English)



Who Will Cry When You Die? (English)


Who Will Cry When You Die? (English) (Paperback) Price: Rs. 105

From the writer of The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, this new offering leaves readers with 101 solutions to life’s most challenging hurdles. For anyone seeking help to live a more enriched and free life, Sharma guides readers through a path of evocative ideas.

Summary Of The Book

Who Will Cry When You Die? is a definitive voice of the human spirit that doesn’t just grapple with the mundane but the higher purpose of a legacy. In the pursuit of material accomplishments and tangibles, people often forget their inner voice. This is where Robin Sharma steps in with this self help book.

What about the pursuit of happiness then? For everyone looking for inspiration to lead a more meaningful life and seeking out newer horizons that seem far away, this book takes them on a life altering journey. The method employed by Robin Sharma is making readers look at life with a glass half full approach that is infinitely more rewarding.

The book has a number of lessons that are bound to push readers into a more thoughtful plane from where self discovery is the inevitable goal. Sharma eggs readers into truly discovering their calling through one lesson. Another deals with deeming troubles as blessings instead. In another chapter, he asks readers to enjoy not just the end but also the journey that leads to the final objective. The stories are more often than not employed with a number of personal observations and experiences which render the content more real.

The chapter “Speaking kind words” is a simple take on responsibility towards other people and in exploring the power of affirmation. Some other chapters involve the concepts behind diverse matter like “Find three great friends” and “Use your commute time'. The chapters are short, but carry a lot of life affirming lessons that work as a refresher to whet the appetite of any wandering mind to think more deeply about the content at leisure.

Who Will Cry When You Die? is a book for anyone who wishes to live a beautiful and fulfilled life. The book was published in 1999.


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You're the Password to My Life (English)



You're the Password to My Life (English)


You're the Password to My Life (English) (Paperback) Price: Rs. 102

You’re the Password to My Life is a contemporary novel about true friendship, trust, and affection. It is the tale of two friends and how their friendship stands the test of time.

Summary of the Book

You’re the Password to My Life is the heartwarming story of Virat and Kavya. Although both of them do not share common interests and have starkly different personalities, Virat and Kavya are best friends. While Virat is reserved and shy, Kavya likes to live on the edge and take chances in life. But when they have to deal with an unforeseen incident, their friendship is put the ultimate test. Will Kavya and Virat continue to remain best pals or will this spell the end of an amazing relationship?


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THE ALCHEMIST (English)



THE ALCHEMIST (English)


THE ALCHEMIST (English) (Paperback) Price: Rs. 225

A novel rich in metaphors and symbolism, The Alchemist is a story based on the adventures of a young shepherd boy, who, upon deciding to follow his prophetic dreams, sets on a treasure hunt. This journey introduces him to some remarkable people who leave an indelible and profound mark on him.

Summary Of The Book

The Alchemist was first published in 1988. The protagonist of the story, a young Andalusian shepherd boy named Santiago, is plagued with recurring dreams, wherein a mysterious child urges him to look for buried treasure at the base of the Egyptian pyramids. Determined, he leaves Spain and heads towards Egypt. En route, he meets the King of Salem, a man named Melchizedek. Melchizedek introduces Santiago to the concept of a ‘Personal Legend’ or a personal map or a quest that guides him to what his heart truly desires.

While attempting to cross the Sahara desert on the way to Egypt, he joins a caravan which is driven by an Englishman who is aspiring to be an alchemist. During a stop over in Al-Fayoum, Santiago meets Fatima, a young girl of exceeding beauty who steals his heart. He asks her to marry him, but she declines saying that she will do so only once he has found the treasure he seeks. In the Saharan oasis of Al-Fayoum, Santiago meets a 200 year old alchemist who decides to accompany him on his expedition. He imparts wisdom and valuable knowledge to Santiago, who eventually understands why the supposed treasure keeps evading him.

Having sold over 65 million copies worldwide, The Alchemist is marked by its profound simplicity, the easy flow of the story, and the poignant moral it tries to teach the reader, that worldly possessions and extravagance are immaterial when compared to finding your own ‘Personal Legend’.


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Adultery (English)



Adultery (English)


Adultery (English) (Paperback) Price: Rs. 179

Adultery, written by one of the most revered authors of the world, Paulo Coelho, is a story of a woman who is faced with an inevitable, life-altering choice when she chooses to break the monotony of her life.

Summary of the Book

Linda is in her thirties and is facing a crisis mentally and emotionally. She begins to question the void that was growing in her, the mundane, predictable days of her life. Although her life seemed perfect in everybody’s eyes – a contented marriage, adorable children and a successful career - she feels a keen sense of emptiness and displeasure. But it all drastically changes when she meets a prosperous politician who happens to be her high-school boyfriend from years ago. As Linda revives the passion that was absent in her life, she would have to make a life-altering choice.


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Diary of a Wimpy Kid : The Long Haul (English)



Diary of a Wimpy Kid : The Long Haul (English)


Diary of a Wimpy Kid : The Long Haul (English) (Hardcover) Price: Rs. 239

For the latest diary of a wimpy Kid book, I'm taking the Heffleys out of their home environment and sending them out on the road' - says Jeff Kinney. Writing about an epic family road trip has really got authour's creative juices flowing and I think this could be the funniest book yet.


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The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari (English)



The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari (English)


The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari (English) (Paperback) Price: Rs. 119

Robin Sharma through the pages of his book The Monk Who Sold his Ferrari takes us into the core of a spiritual journey that leads us to view our life from a whole new angle.

Summary Of The Book

Julian Mantle’s world was always limited to his work, material possession and money. However, his life takes a complete U turn when he is suddenly traumatized with a heart attack. Realization dawns on him and he decides to alter the course of his life. It is then that he decides to give up everything and entail a spiritual journey to the Himalayas in India in search of a more meaningful life.

From the sages of the Sivana in the Himalayas he garners some newfound knowledge and philosophies, which goes on to change his life forever. When he comes back from his spiritual journey from the Himalayas there is a discernible change in him. He narrates his experience to his fellow colleague John and that is how the entire story and experience of Julian Mantle is related to us.

The narratives of the spiritual journey that Julian Mantle undertakes take us on a ride to a profound and different perception of life. The book bestows on us the key to living a great, meaningful, healthy and happy life. We are educated on the Seven Virtues of Enlightened learning, which comprises of the need to master the mind, to follow one’s purpose, to live with discipline, to practice Kaizen, to respect time, to embrace the present and to selflessly serve others.

The Monk Who Sold his Ferrari was an immediate success. It became an International Bestseller with more than three million copies sold worldwide. The book has been translated into a number of foreign languages to reach out to a larger audience.


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Life is What you Make It (English)



Life is What you Make It (English)

Life is What you Make It (English) (Paperback) Price: Rs. 51

Life Is What You Make It is a fictional story about a strong female character whose life takes unexpected turns and how she uses her indomitable spirit to make the most of it.

Summary Of The Book

Life Is What You Make It is a story about a young female protagonist whose life gets shaken by her destiny in a highly unexpected manner. Set across two Indian cities in 1989, the story begins when Ankita is shown to be reading letters that she exchanged with Vaibhav. And here onward, the reader is taken on a flashback story that relates the life of Ankita and how she ended up in a hospital.

Ankita is in her twenties and belongs to a conservative middle class family. Her parents are so strict that they do not even like her being friends with guys. She is a smart, career-oriented, confident, young, attractive, sweet, and happy go lucky girl. She has lots of friends and is wooed by many boys at her college. Her college life is what every youngster dreams of but Ankita does not underestimate the importance of studies as well. She secures a seat in a leading management school. She is one of the most happening girls in the college. However, at times she is haunted by some issues that she faced in her past.

Life seems to be sailing smooth for Ankita until one fine day when she is admitted to a mental hospital. Life suddenly snatches everything that Ankita had in her world in a cruel twist of fate. How did things change so badly? How will Ankita take this sudden blow of destiny? Will she survive it? Will she ever be able to live a normal life?

A love story at heart, this tale of unconquerable human spirit shows how Ankita does not succumb to her destiny and decides to fight back. It is an inspiring and moving account of determination and faith as Ankita challenges what destiny throws at her. It is a story that makes the reader question the very concepts of sanities and teaches the fact that life is what one makes of it. Moreover, the simple language and narration of Life Is What You Make It emphasizes that problems are never permanent and it is one’s spirit that can carve the path to one’s life.


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Your Dreams are Mine Now (English)



Your Dreams are Mine Now (English)


Your Dreams are Mine Now (English) (Paperback) Price: Rs. 102

Your Dreams are Mine Now is a powerful and poignant love story by Ravinder Singh, bestselling author of I too had a Love Story and Can Love Happen Twice?

Summary of the Book

Your Dreams are Mine Now explores the romantic relationship between Rupali and Arun. They are complete opposites and have nothing in common when it comes to their interests and priorities in life. Rupali is a small town girl and an idealist, whereas Arun is a Delhi guy with keen interest in youth politics. A major scandal on the college campus brings them together and somewhere along the line they fall in love with each other. Set against the backdrop of heavy campus politics in Delhi University, Your Dreams are Mine Now will make for an engaging and riveting read for those who enjoy love stories.


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Word Power Made Easy New Revised & Expanded Edition (English) 1st Edition



Word Power Made Easy New Revised & Expanded Edition (English) 1st Edition

Word Power Made Easy New Revised & Expanded Edition (English) 1st Edition (Paperback) Price: Rs. 118

Word Power Made Easy intends to help improve the readers’ all-round language skills.

Summary Of The Book

This book, Word Power Made Easy, uses real life situations to demonstrate the power of words. The book begins by showing the reader how to assess their current vocabulary and how to start building word skills. It is divided into three main sections.

Word Power Made Easy starts by showing how to start building word skills, and then explains how to acquire better word skills quickly and learn at a faster pace. Then, the book shows how one can become proficient in building vocabulary, and how to keep learning new words and ways to use them.

This book uses interesting themes to show how to use words effectively. It contains chapters like insulting or flattering enemies and friends, talking about various professions, successfully discussing science and scientists, describing actions effectively and so on. Word Power Made Easy takes a root of the word based approach to vocabulary building. It traces the etymology of the words being discussed. Once the origin of the word is explained, a lot of similar words sharing the same origin are introduced. This technique is useful in remembering a lot of words, as they are related by a common source which serves as a mnemonic.

The book also contains an interesting section on esoteric phobias. It contains pronunciation keys, a test of grammar skills, and a section discussing how grammar changed over the years. It provides tips on proper usage, how to adapt to changing usage, and shows how to acquire the skill of natural speech without any affectations. It contains a list of some words that have recently been added to the language and shows how to build proper spelling skills.

Word Power Made Easy is an easy, practical guide to building a good vocabulary, learning about proper usage, pronunciation, and spelling. The book was first published in 1949.


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Playing It My Way: My Autobiography (English)



Playing It My Way: My Autobiography (English)


Playing It My Way: My Autobiography (English) (Hardcover) Price: Rs. 539

When he was a young boy, Sachin Tendulkar's brother  introduced him to a game which was to change his life and the lives of millions of Indian. The young boy was a natural cricketer, but practiced for hours on end, standing strong when others would have fallen. His coach egged him on, challenging him to up his game. And he did, becoming more than just a star in the cricketing firmament. He went on to become the youngest Indian player in international cricket, winning the hearts of millions of fans as he blazed his way to century after century, rewriting record after record.

In 2013, cricket fans around the world watched as the greatest player in the history of the game hung up his boots for good. With this book, his fans can now relive the story of the man they called the 'God of Cricket'. Never before was a cricketer so universally admired, loved and respected by team mates and opponents alike and never before has a sporting icon been raised so high by a grateful nation.

In this long-awaited autobiography, readers will be able to see glimpses into the life of this living legend; and of the man behind the sport, the husband, the father and an extraordinary human being-- quiet, calm and with a rare humility. This is the story of Sachin Tendulkar, the most celebrated cricketer of all time in his own words.

Sachin Tendulkar is an Indian sportsman and former professional cricketer. He has been playing the game since he was eleven years old and debuted in a Test match against Pakistan at the age of 16. He has represented Mumbai domestically and India at an International level for close to 24 years. Among several other notable achievements, he is the only player to have scored one hundred international centuries, to have completed more than 30,000 runs in international cricket and the first batsman to score a double century in an One Day International.


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