THE RISE OF NAMO AND NEW INDIA

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  • AUTHOR : RAMESH CHANDRA TIWARI
  • PUBLISHER : HIGHBROW SCRIBES
  • BINDING TYPE : HARDBACK
  • LANGUAGE : ENGLISH
  • ISBN : 9788194906230
  • MRP : 544.00

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The rise of namo and new india

The Rise of NaMo and New India is a unique book on politics, as it is divided into two sections: the first part is written in prose, and the second mostly in verse. The book opens with a prayer of invocation for divine guidance; then it casts light on election campaigns in 2014 and 2019, reflecting the socio-political changes between the years 2014 and 2020, echoing public opinion and drawing a distinction between the political parties. The second section includes a brief biography of PM Narendra Modi, talks in detail about his schemes, about the laws introduced and reformed by his government and about his unquenchable thirst for development and reconstruction of the country. It briefly surveys the spread of coronavirus, features the Foundation Stone Laying Ceremony for the grand Ram temple, discusses Sino-India border conflict and explains certain new laws. One of its sub-sections contains a group of poems commemorating a few of our great fathers and their unique contributions; another one crystallizes our lasting problems.

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Gopesh kumar
A collection of amazing short stories by a master storyteller

Most books are reproductions of some previous books and very few of them come up with fresh ideas. ‘Snippets of Life Music’ has 21 stories - all crammed full of fresh thoughts, ideas and theories. The spiritual stories in it assert that socially, religion is a divine boon or a shield against harm, but politically, it is a fatal sword. Unlike religious stories they help readers distinguish between illusion and reality rather than brainwashing and indoctrinating them. Most stories will tell you about how the world we live in have no place for anything ideal, about how opulence is as painful as deprivation, about how the sense of right and wrong differs from community to community and the law of nature ignores moral laws but leaves it for man to obey them and about those laws that have been journeying through different ways of life with developing civilization and the course of evolution. The book entertains us with a horror story, with youth, enthusiasm and romance and with stories about business management and court of law.

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