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From November 23,  2005  to  November 29,  2005

Essay Collection

O.V.VIJAYANTE LEKHANANGAL: P. K. Rajasekharan — Editor; D. C. Books, DC Kizhakemuri Edam, Good Shepherd Street, Kottayam-686001. Rs. 375.  

In The Name Of Development

Chandralatha; Prabhava Publications, 16-11-109, Pogathota, Nellore-524001. Rs. 125.

Short Story Anthology

ULLAM THELINTHATHU: S. Rajasekar (Sura); Vanathi Pathippagam, 23, Deenadayalu Street, T. Nagar, Chennai-600017. Rs. 50.  

Window On The World Of Modern South Indian Art

Showcases the works of artists from the Southern States of India reflecting their distinctive visual language

When The Sea Went Mad

An anthology of 16 short stories, written by best-selling children's authors based on children's experiences of surviving the 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami

Hindu Mythology

EXPLAINING THE UNEXPLAINED — Myths, Miracles and Mysticism in Hinduism: Anbil Ramaswamy; Pub. by Sri Ramanuja Mission, U.S., copies can be had from 25, Second East Park Street, Pritivipakkam, Ambattur, Chennai-600053. Rs. 75.

Apostle Of Sri Ramakrishna

Coffee-table book depicting how Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa's message was brought to the South

Storming The Male Bastion

Recounts the experiences of women members of the House of Commons in Britain based on interviews with 83 MPs

A Mouthful Of Old-World Riches

Home and the World is the first attempt at the full translation of Tagore’s novel, Ghaire Baire.

A Racy Entertainer

Lipstick Jungle Candace Bushnell Pound 2.50 pp.432

Masterful Miniatures

The author could have taken the opportunity to extend his study of Mughal paintings, to the modern situation in Indian art.’

‘Longhand’ Of Law

Bedi’s writings reflect an idealism and will help the reader get into the mind of one of India’s most successful police officers.

Da‘lie’ Behind Diplomacy

This endeavour to say the right things without antagonising anybody runs through most of the selected pieces in this volume’

 

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