August 15 is a memorable day in the history of India. It was on August 15, 1947, that India won her independence after a long and bitter struggle. Today, as befitting the day, there are celebrations all over the nation with the national flag being hoisted. From the ramparts of the Red Fort in New Delhi, the Prime Minister delivers his message to the nation. His speech highlights the achievements of the government during the past year and also pays tribute to freedom fighters.
As if losing her parents and her voice in a childhood accident wasn’t cruel enough, Anita Batra now has to come to terms with her twin’s death and help her sister’s partner get a new lease in life.
Adopted by the Verma Clan after his parents died in an accident, Dr. Salim Verma finally finds love and a chance to be happy only to lose it in an accident he himself survives.
When fate strikes a final blow and brings two strangers together, Salim can’t help but punish Anita and make her tread through the hell he himself was in, while all Anita wants is to help her sister’s partner start afresh, no matter what the cost.
Will Salim ever be able to ignore Anita’s resemblance to his dead girlfriend and fall in love with her instead? Will Anita be able to reveal the real Salim hiding behind the monster? Will they be able to embrace their tumultuous attraction for each other despite their terrible start?
Yours To Love Yours To Take is a heartwarming saga of love and sacrifice that will reinstate your belief that love conquers all.
It would be great if you can add this book to your TBR.
Here is a passionate romantic who loves literatureand has created many happy ending in her imagination, for every movie or book with a sad conclusion.
She soon began to create her own characters and situations, creating plenty of romances and happy endings to satisfy her imagination. “But for my laziness and diffidence,” says Reshma “I would have penned umpteen stories of unexpected pairs meeting and falling in love, overcoming troubles and hurdles to unite for a lifetime.”
A voracious reader, Reader, Reshma is a poet as well, and feels that she would be blessed as a writer if she could bring a happy content sigh on the readers lips.
When Satyavati, wife of Rishi Ruchik,
exchanges with her mother the magic potion for bearing a child, they change not
just their children’s destiny, but also the history of mankind. Born of this
mix up is Vishwamitra, the son of a Kshatriya, who strives to become a
Brahmarishi—the ultimate and most powerful of all Gurus.
Vishwamitra is the powerful story of a
brave but stubborn, haughty yet compassionate, visionary king of Aryavarta who
not only acquires material wealth through military conquests but also becomes
one of the most well-known sages of all times.
If you like to read about India’s rich, ancient history, in an easy to read manner, you will love Vishwamitra
If you have ever wondered if the ancients had any knowledge of space & science, you should check out Vishwamitra, the story of the man who created an entire new star system!
If you like reading romance, take time to check out this unlikely love story between a human and an Apsara! Did you know Vishwamitra & Menaka lived together for ten long years?
If you like reading stores that inspire – check out Vishwamitra, the story of an ordinary man who even dared to challenge the gods!
If you have liked any retelling of India’s original epic Ramayan, you should check out Vishwamitra – the story of the man who became the guru of Rama, the Scion of Ikshvaku!
About the Author
Dr Vineet Aggarwal is described by many as a doctor by qualification, manager by
profession and artist by temperament. Born in a family of doctors, he
successfully completed an initial stint with the family occupation before
deciding to venture into pharmaceutical management and currently pursues
writing and photography as a passion.
He is the author
of popular online blogs ‘Decode Hindu Mythology’ and ‘Fraternity Against
Terrorism and Extremism’ and the author of books ‘Vishwamitra – The Man who
dared to challenge the Gods’ and ‘The Legend of Parshu-Raam’
Let’s imagine we’re in Starbucks with a couple of beverages and cakes, and we’re hanging out together after a whole bunch of “We totally need to hang out more” conversations. We’ve finally figured out our schedules and have sat down. Hi there! How’s it going? It’s been a long time, hasn’t it? Yeah, way too long. I’m glad we’re here though, getting caught up.
I’d ask your opinion on audio books. Personally, I dislike them. Where do you stand on the issue?
I’d happily show you my new body art. For as long as I can remember, I’ve always wanted to dedicate something to my mom. When I decided to go for a 5th tattoo, I immediately thought of dedicating it to my mom by getting her name inked. Hence ‘Ishq’. Yes that’s what is the meaning of my mom’s name. This was a surprise for her.
I’d share the good news of my Ebook The three flowers being sold on Amazon. I felt so happy when I came to know that people are buying my ebook. I have received 32 fabulous positive reviews/feedback on blogs and via notes from readers. This is really so encouraging for me.
I’d tell you about the Twitter meet up which I attended over the weekend. Tina, Atul and Sherna were in attendance, people I met through Twitter and who are now my actual friends. We had tasty coffee, chocolates and much interesting conversations and laughter. We clicked countless selfies and pictures. I put them all on Instagram and if you follow me, you might have seen them.
It’s interesting how priorities and goals change over time. I’ve been thinking about that a lot lately. Time seems like it’s speeding up more and more each day.