Category Archive for: ‘Books’

It is Time to Change the History of Science by Faren Rajkumar

It is Time to Change the History of Science

“The first nation (to have cultivated science) is India. This is a powerful nation having a large population, and a rich kingdom (possession). India is known for the wisdom of its people. Over many centuries, all the kings of the past have recognized the ability of the Indians in all the branches of knowledge.” So wrote Ṣa`id al-Andalusi (1029 – …

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Author by Rina Shah The Arpan Group Let’s Celebrate Diwali Written by Anjali Joshi and Illustrated by Tim Palin Review by Rina Shah, The Arpan Group The need for diversity in literature, particularly children’s literature, is evident in bookstores and libraries around the country. Non-white protagonists are pointedly absent from books read by school-aged children, which is a stark contrast …

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Sciences of the Ancient Hindus: Unlocking Nature in the Pursuit of Salvation By Alok Kumar

Sciences of the Ancient Hindus: Unlocking Nature in the Pursuit of Salvation By Alok Kumar

Author by Dr. Alok Kumar Book Review By : Dr. Ronald A. Brown, Emeritus Professor of Physics, SUNY-Oswego Alok Kumar, in his book, Sciences of the Ancient Hindus: Unlocking Nature in the Pursuit of Salvation, has provided a powerful and comprehensive insight into the extraordinary intellectual contributions of the ancient Hindus, the full story of which had hitherto remained largely …

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Average Citizen

Average Citizens, Average Heroes

Author by Aanandh Chandrasekar I have always been, and always will be, a devout Pixar fan. The messages they deliver, wrapped up in a colorful cast of characters (often literally – look at Sulley!), are important, touching, and without a doubt, incredibly relevant. I, for one, was star struck by The Incredible. Like everyone, I found the superheroes’ disappearance into obscurity …

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India Unveiled: Spirit, Tradition, People by Robert Arnett

India Unveiled: Spirit, Tradition, People

Author by Robert Arnett and Smita Turakhia   For Robert Arnett, capturing the essence of India and its varied terrains and people was a journey he took to heart. The sixth edition of India Unveiled: Spirit, Tradition, People takes readers on a visual journey of India much as earlier editions did; however, with its larger format and expanded sections, the …

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Book Review: Reimagining India Unlocking the Potential of Asia’s Next Superpower

EDITED BY Mckinsey & Company EXECUTIVE EDITORS Clay Chandler and Adil Zainulbhai                           Reimagining India brings together leading thinkers from around the world to explore the challenges and opportunities faced by one of the most important and least understood nations on earth. India’s abundance of life— vibrant, chaotic, …

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Book Review: INDIA In Word and Image Revised, Expanded, and Updated

                      INDIA: A KINGDOM OF COLOR where every turn dazzles more than theturn before. Where every nuance speaks of pageantry and celebration, of gods within gods, of maharajahs and past glory, of a sense of life and wonder unlike any other place on earth. For more than a decade, Eric …

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Book Review

Book Review

Author by Sonal J. Shah For those living in the United States, planning a South Asian wedding that embraces traditions while also reflecting modern, Western themes can be a daunting task. Adding to that, couples today want to infuse their own personalities in a way that is both stylish and lavish. Sonal J. Shah’s The Complete Guide to Planning the …

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Dr. M. P. Ravindra Nathan

Book Review

Author by Dr. M. P. Ravindra Nathan AStories from My Heart: A Cardiologist’s Reflections on the Gift of Life By Dr. M. P. Ravindra Nathan Stories from My Heart is a collection of stories and essays that come straight from the author’s heart. Dr. M. P. Ravindra Nathan has had a remarkable journey in medicine under different conditions in many …

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Year in Review

Year in Review

2011 has been a very exciting year for Desh Videsh Media Group. During the last 18 years, we have crossed major milestones and embarked on new territories while always keeping our traditions to heart. A wide variety of subjects and topics have been covered in Desh-Videsh, and a special emphasis has been placed on the community. Let’s take a look …

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