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Phandius - Whispers from the Past
Shruti Choudhary

"The stone started vibrating uncontrollably and after another quick blast of light the stone started transforming. It was rapid. One second it was a stone, another second it was a knife and then, as if on cue, it became a sleek sword. The sword was itself not made of Phandius, instead it was some bluish, strange metal with Phandius studded in the hilt."

US $10

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The Mahatma & the Doctor The Untold Story of Dr Pranjivan Mehta, Gandhi's Greatest Friend and Benefactor
S. R. Mehrotra

This is the hitherto-untold story of Gandhi's greatest friend and benefactor, Dr Pranjivan Mehta (1864 1932). It was to Mehta that Gandhi first revealed his newly-found philosophy of life in a London hotel in July-September 1909. According to Gandhi's own admission, his seminal work, Hind Swaraj, first published in the Gujarati columns of the Indian Opinion on 11 and 18 December 1909, was a faithful record of the conversation he had had with Mehta earlier in the year, recollected and recorded in the tranquility of the voyage back to South Africa, between 19 and 22 November 1909.

660 pages
US $29
Through the Corridors of Justice
Khorshed R. Javeri

Through the Corridors of Justice is a collection of seven heart-warming short stories, written in simple, elegant style and woven around real-life situations. These are stories about ordinary lives challenges with tough choices. They are packed with day-to-day events, twists and turns, and are stories and deal with different facets of human existence.

108 Pages, 5.5" x 8.5"
US $13
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