Lord Ganesha is the elephant-headed deity of the Hindu pantheon, called upon for assistance with the beginning of new projects and helping to remove obstacles that might show up in your path. This deluxe illustrated journal features Ganesha-inspired musings from bestselling author and spiritual teacher, Angela Hartfield, as well as quotes from renowned Hindu scriptures to help you to express your inner-most thoughts, count your multitude of blessings and work on clearing any creative or emotional blocks that hold you back from fulfilling your true potential.Ekaterina Golovanova's vibrant Ganesha artworks are interspersed throughout, offering a powerful way to connect with this spiritual guide's jovial and uplifting energy. As you explore your journaling practice and nurture your connection with LordGanesha, may your love of self deepen and your confidence grow ever greater.Features cream-coloured premium quality wood-free paper, with a combination of lined and unlined pages so you can write, doodle, paint or draw.220 pages, deluxe soft cover with fold-in flaps.FEATURES 44 FULL-PAGE COLOUR ILLUSTRATIONS!
Aju Mukhopadhyay has been awarded some poetry awards from India and abroad. He published eight books of poems in English and two in Bengali. His poems have been published in 24 anthologies including an anthology of poems from India and Australia titled, Poetic Connections and The Dance of the Peacock, published from Canada. His poems have been included in an anthology of contemporary world haiku, titled A Vast Sky and in Landfall, an anthology of Modern English Tanka. His poetry of Japanese short verse forms have been published in various countries in translation and he has been published by invitation in Best Poems Encyclopedia, Poetas Del Mundo (Spanish), World Poetry Yearbook, World Poetry Society, World Haiku Anthology, Margutte (Italian), Sketchbook (US), Syndic Literary Journal (US), to name some such magazines. His poems are selected in various sites like The Seventh Quarry Swansea Poetry Magazine (UK), Kitaab.com (Singapore) and in those he has been writing regularly like Creature Feature, SCWIJ, and large numbers of Indian and foreign journals, e-zines and websites. He is a member of some world bodies of poetry movement and publication. The present volume of Selected Poems, Time Whispers, has some 77 poems selected mostly from published books and some fresh poems.
This collection of short stories and monologues captures shades of human emotions and paradoxes . Love, hope, irony, hypocrisy, nostalgia and relationship are some of the themes that define these stories. They are thought provoking and can touch your heart.
The beautiful State of Maharashtra is blessed with thousands of temples which include those dedicated to Jyotir Lingams, Shakti Peetams and Ashta Vinayak. With Temples of Maharashtra – A Travel Guide, we embark on a spiritually fulfilling journey to some of the most sacred places of worship that dot the map of the State with tremendous diversity, traversing along rugged mountain ranges and banks of holy rivers to rural interiors and the urban expanse of metropolitan cities. Pilgrimages are a way of life for the spiritually inclined Hindus, who believe that Bhakthi is the pathway that will lead them to Moksha or salvation With an aim to assist the religious tourist in planning and executing visits to these pilgrimage sites with comparative ease, the contents of this book are entirely information-driven with useful details about location, temple timings, myths, legends, specific description of the deity, history, architecture and festivals of the prominent temple sites in Maharashtra.
Talking of Silence is about a young woman named Ananya, and her struggle to make peace with the inner voice that threatens to destroy the only thing she ever wanted-Love. She makes the boldest decision of her life when she goes to live with Marc, an Indian-American doctor based in Philadelphia. She leaves behind the comfort of culture, family, and a successful career as a tour guide in Southern India. And in doing so, parts ways with herself. Thus, the voice is born. Soon, she is left fearing for her life, sanity, and her relationship with Marc. All seems lost when she runs into Bob, an elderly man who saves her from death. He is not new to the world of pain and helps her deal with hers. One day, he disappears just as suddenly as he entered her life, but not before he has taught her to talk. To herself. Slowly and painfully, she revisits the past to look for it-silence.