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This is the story of a bitter-sweet relationship between Ibona Olem and her daughter, the sensitive Sazel Huskin.The widowed Ibona sets up a bakery in Merville Market, but her ambitions for her daughter’s musical career grow with every ensuing year.When Sazel grows into a fine singer, both the mother and daughter decide to shift to Cechern, a bigger town with more opportunities.Sazel debuts at ‘Melody Mist’ and Ibona basks in her shadow. But, eventually, Ibona’s desires overwhelm her. What is it that makes Sazel turn away from her music? What draws her back to Merville? How does Rofised Lombatti, her co-actor, influence her decisions?Do Ibona and Sazel finally agree to disagree? Where does Sazel find her solace? What role does Vorin Gestow play in her life?
Life is too complex nowadays, with a scramble for money and success. In this race, the affection and trust between spouses are affected.People believe marriages are made in heaven and realized on earth. Then why are there mismatches? Why do spouses quarrel ? Are there any straight forward answers to such questions?A young woman faces challenges of a loveless marriage. How does she cope up with the consequences ?The author has penned down her views on the difference between right and wrong, real and unreal while highlighting the various laws prevalent to help women face realities.
Teenage is a wonderful period of life. It is that age of transitioning from a child to an adult. In this period, every teenager faces certain problems, and only a teenager can understand them. Another teenager has written this guide on how to deal with your problems. Everybody deserves to enjoy their teenage. Are you ready to enjoy yours?
Breaking barriers and exploring an unchartered territory isn’t a choice that everyone makes. Jackie, however, had strong tendencies since her teen years to follow an unusual path. She wanted to explore the world and do something more meaningful with her talents. Jackie’s Life depicts her transformational journey, her inner struggles and confluence of emotions - a complete saga of ironic cadence.
This is a beautiful love story, an offbeat romance between Kshiti and Akash. Kshiti describes the waves of River Ganga like the melody of music or love; she compares it with the kind of love Krishna had felt for Radha while on the banks of river Yamuna. He played love tunes on his flute.The love between Kshiti and Akash became so strong and intense that Akash could finally feel the composition of charming colours.
Talkatori is a story brimming with rich folklore, based on a rural region in the north-eastern part of Uttar Pradesh in India. The tale narrates the extramarital relationship between Ramnaman and Phoolwati. The couple shares a profound connection based on the fertile foundation of love, devoid of any greed or materialism. It holds that a woman’s sense of entitlement over her body is reasonable. Phoolwati preserves her calm and composure throughout and discerns individual aspirations in the social context. Talkatori describes a new-age sacred companionship embodying selfless love, a sense of responsibility, and absolute devotion to each other. The small and subtle changes that take place in villages, whether at the social level, in terms of political ideologies or personal relationships...
Our allegiance to God makes us aware of the importance of safe-guarding the permanence and unity of marriage. The spouses made to the image of God enjoy the authentic dignity of persons. God’s mission for marriage is a call to communion, to bring joy, commitment, to raise children and fullness of life.
If you are a person who wishes to build on your significant relationships and enhance them, Creating Winning Relationships through Conversations with Self is for you. This is a chatty book, with stories and live examples. It talks about the challenges we face while relating with others and aspects that can positively influence relationships. This broadens your perspective and helps you choose how you would like to enhance yourself as well as your relationships.
Childhood…Is a boon and a stage of life that never returns. Many of us feel that we could have remained a child forever.Childhood… Is a blank paper and whatever you write on it remains fresh and lasts for a lifetime.Childhood…Is an empty bowl. Fill with anything- amruth or poison. Again lasts for a lifetime.As parents and co-habitants, what we do to write or fill their minds? Glow While You Grow inculcates the intricate passion in the minds of parents and co-habitants on how to make them glow amidst the innumerable lot and to ensure little stars become super stars.For children this book will open the learning gates from just books to the wider world with lots of people, plants and animals. They will learn to question their parents, teachers and co-habitants on the happenings and mish...
Several generations have faced this problem—a mediocre progeny born to a brilliant, outstanding parent.Dr. Achrekar, a software genius, faces the same problem with his biological son, Chetan. He decides to do something about it and invents a technological, identical, working alternative of his son.To test the performance of his invention, he appoints the brilliant, precocious teenager, Varsha Deshmukh. Varsha yearns to pursue her doctoral thesis on the subject of History of Technology and learn about sociology, under Dr. Achrekar’s guidance. But when twelve months have gone by, Varsha guesses that the “Chetan” she has been interacting with and observing, is not the real one. But she cannot let Dr. Achrekar know she is aware of it, as she has to achieve her academic objectives.Does ...
I didn’t know decisions in arranged marriage were made so quickly.When it comes to love marriage there are huge ifs and buts. That the lovers know and understand each other is never taken into consideration. But when it comes to arranged marriage, parents are ready to throw you to sleep with a complete stranger just because he has a secure job and therefore, a good future. They say getting to know each other automatically develops with time. What the … !
Learning to have fun as we go is the key to happy family life and happy marriage.This book presents very simple but exciting ideas on how to spend time with one’s family having fun on daily basis. Be prepared to see a difference in the way you lead your family life, even as you are busy achieving your financial goals. Loads of laughter, fun and excitement are awaiting those who are ready to try the ideas presented here. A rich source of family enrichment activities for those who like to strengthen the bonding between the family members and improve understanding within the family. ‘Fun on the Fly’ is all geared towards spreading Happy Families and Broader Smiles.
After the success of her first two books, Kinjal Goyal is back with a third, this time focusing on parenting and the roller coaster journey that all parents partake in! ‘No Kidding!’ is about happiness, it is about satisfaction and it is about living a guilt free life. Raising a baby into childhood, to pre-adolescence, then teenage and adulthood can be a harrowing and an exhilarating experience at the same time. Come along and discover your journey as a parent through this book. Find out what you have been doing just right. Discover simple strategies for issues plaguing parents and children of all ages. And most importantly, rediscover yourself. Learn to love your children while loving yourself and your spouse too. Let happiness engulf your entire family!
Sunny and Swarika are introduced to each other by their parents – and they embark on the important journey of their life as husband and wife. However, the pressures of handling a family and satisfying the expectations of every relative begin to strain the young couple's relationship.Swarika develops a strong dislike towards Sunny’s family, and Sunny in turn is pulled apart on all sides. The problems escalate and the couple are forced to live apart to retain their sanity. What happens to their married life thereafter? Will they manage to overcome their problems and live together as a happy family? What had happened that had pushed them apart? Will their families ever understand how their unrealistic expectations are breaking the couple's marriage apart?
Mamata Rath adopts an abandoned baby at a Krishna Temple, and names her Niyati. Her drunken husband is abusive and violent and doesn't welcome the arrival of the baby. As time progresses, his hatred for Niyati takes virulent forms – until one point in time when he winds up leaving her to the mercy of his creditors – where he lets them rape her to satiate the debt he owed them. Niyati and her mother fight it out in court, and assert their rights. With time, Niyati marries a bright young doctor who takes care of her father's health, and supports her. With his passing, she is left to the mercy of her rather harsh son, until Diya, a young girl in the neighbourhood, comes into her life. The three women take on the trials and tribulations of life, and attain their Kalachakras in the heart of...