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Yashoda Aithal

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Saligrama K. Aithal

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Ganesh Shiva Aithal

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About this Item: Partridge India, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This story is about a farmer who commits suicide in a small village on the Maharashtra-Telangana border in India and the rehabilitation efforts carried out by two young enthusiasts--a doctor called Pawan and an engineer called Mukesh--along with Padmayya, a farmer. The story opens with an old hard-working farmer called Venkatayya, who otherwise is a highly positive-thinking man, but he is driven into depression by the acts of his son and daughter-in-law, debts, and circumstances of a severe drought. As the story moves on to future, a troika of friends is gathered by destiny for a purpose. One of them is the grandson of Venkatayya. They find a godfather in the form of a retired military man named Captain Vijaysingh, who is a courageous, determined old man and who had lost his one arm while fighting terrorists on the border; also he has dedicated his entire life singly to rehabilitate this idle village. This troika and their guiding godfather fight against all odds and live up to their conscience and willpower; they propose to build a huge water reservoir in the barren land to overcome drought. They also plan an orphanage because huge suicide rates and liquor deaths have rendered many kids homeless in their village. Moreover, Padmayya s father too had died of liquor sold by the local liquor shop owner and the moneylender, Seth Karodimal, an heirless, stingy miser who owns the barren and much-needed land for building the reservoir. Seth Karodimal has no friends in this village; liquor and money are his only friends. The village sarpanch is a helpful man acting as a liaison to their needs. The troika constantly meets at a highway dhaba run by Javedbhai, who later becomes the chief cook of the orphanage. How they solve problems by themselves, how they change negativity in thinking minds into positivity and productivity, how they inspire one another from dystopia to utopia, and how they successfully take the village into a prosperous future form the rest of the story. This is a story about what can be done in extreme situations rather than what has happened or is happening. This story of human guilt, human bonds, human nature and its desires, and the power of positive thinking will keep the readers tied up with feelings of optimism and hope. Seller Inventory # AAV9781482884876

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Aithal, Saligrama K.

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Saligrama K. Aithal

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. A book first of its kind in children’s literature, RIYANA: THE CHILD ONCE EVERYONE WAS presents Riyana’s biography from birth to three years and a half. Additionally, it gives a picture of every other child and helps parents and grandparents reminisce their own childhood. The author mixes facts with fiction; fiction with fairy-tale and myth; fact, fiction, fairy-tale and myth with philosophy and science to make reading his narrative enjoyable and worthwhile.Who is Riyana? She is the author’s little granddaughter, now close to 4 years. She is his friend and playmate. Yes, he becomes a child when she is around, and the two of them talk, sing, dance, and play like any two children. She does see his grey hair, wrinkled face, and slow motion, but once he explains to her that they are no serious matter, she trusts him and his words. He doesn’t hesitate to discard his title, experience, accumulated wisdom, and grave voice. He becomes innocent like her, and becomes eager to learn everything all over again from the beginning. He assumed a new name initially for her sake – Nana Saligrama K. Aithal von Balgudi,--and she shortened it to Nana, and his friends also began to address him as Nana after her. The matter of fact description barely does justice to the question "Who is Riyana?" On higher levels, she is more than a person to me. She is my friend, companion, advisor, guide, and teacher, --the best I have ever had. She is the nursery rhyme example of "sugar and spice and all that is nice," and more. Once we are together, nothing can separate her from me. She cares little about her hunger and thirst. She ignores the repeated calls for her to come and take her meal. I slip away on such occasions to make her attend to the calls to reach her feeding table.As I was transitioning to my second childhood, Riyana took birth and saved me from being a laughing-stock of the world, as is the common fate of those past seventy. In the course of three years, she has driven dullness and boredom out of my life and brought in love, joy and sunlight. I have watched Riyana from her birth. The present narrative chronicles her birth and her early years episode by episode. It has been a joy to watch her grow from one day to the next. She has been a subject of my absorbing study. Initially hesitant, Riyana gradually made bold to crawl into my "cave," with books and all kinds of things—broken computers, old audio and video sets, stationery materials, medicine bottles--spread around and hanging perilously on shelves. Once convinced of her safety and pleased by the warmth of the cave, her visits increased and the duration of these visits also lengthened until at last a great friendship developed between us. We hear a lot about "Children First," reminding us that education and development of children should be our primary concern. While this rightly underlines our love and concern for our children, we should be careful to restrain the desire that accompanies anything we love—the desire for exclusive possession. The desire to possess children exclusively to oneself always has serious consequences for the children as well as the family. Our first duty is to prepare them to become citizens of the world. It is not a day too early to start world citizenship lessons. Returning to "Children First," we must bear in mind that we have much to gain from children. They remind us of our own early joyful years in this wonderland and help us recapture what Wordsworth describes, "Heaven [that] lies about us in our infancy." A child has also great wisdom to impart to us and rightly deserves the poet’s invocation "Mighty prophet! Seer blest!" The poet didn’t exaggerate when he said this of a child. As one reads the book, he/ she should be able to reminisce his/her own childhood in confirmation of what the title says RIYANA: THE CHILD ONCE EVERYONE WAS. Seller Inventory # APC9781533174406

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Saligrama K. Aithal

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.A book first of its kind in children’s literature, RIYANA: THE CHILD ONCE EVERYONE WAS presents Riyana’s biography from birth to three years and a half. Additionally, it gives a picture of every other child and helps parents and grandparents reminisce their own childhood. The author mixes facts with fiction; fiction with fairy-tale and myth; fact, fiction, fairy-tale and myth with philosophy and science to make reading his narrative enjoyable and worthwhile.Who is Riyana? She is the author’s little granddaughter, now close to 4 years. She is his friend and playmate. Yes, he becomes a child when she is around, and the two of them talk, sing, dance, and play like any two children. She does see his grey hair, wrinkled face, and slow motion, but once he explains to her that they are no serious matter, she trusts him and his words. He doesn’t hesitate to discard his title, experience, accumulated wisdom, and grave voice. He becomes innocent like her, and becomes eager to learn everything all over again from the beginning. He assumed a new name initially for her sake – Nana Saligrama K. Aithal von Balgudi,--and she shortened it to Nana, and his friends also began to address him as Nana after her. The matter of fact description barely does justice to the question "Who is Riyana?" On higher levels, she is more than a person to me. She is my friend, companion, advisor, guide, and teacher, --the best I have ever had. She is the nursery rhyme example of "sugar and spice and all that is nice," and more. Once we are together, nothing can separate her from me. She cares little about her hunger and thirst. She ignores the repeated calls for her to come and take her meal. I slip away on such occasions to make her attend to the calls to reach her feeding table.As I was transitioning to my second childhood, Riyana took birth and saved me from being a laughing-stock of the world, as is the common fate of those past seventy. In the course of three years, she has driven dullness and boredom out of my life and brought in love, joy and sunlight. I have watched Riyana from her birth. The present narrative chronicles her birth and her early years episode by episode. It has been a joy to watch her grow from one day to the next. She has been a subject of my absorbing study. Initially hesitant, Riyana gradually made bold to crawl into my "cave," with books and all kinds of things—broken computers, old audio and video sets, stationery materials, medicine bottles--spread around and hanging perilously on shelves. Once convinced of her safety and pleased by the warmth of the cave, her visits increased and the duration of these visits also lengthened until at last a great friendship developed between us. We hear a lot about "Children First," reminding us that education and development of children should be our primary concern. While this rightly underlines our love and concern for our children, we should be careful to restrain the desire that accompanies anything we love—the desire for exclusive possession. The desire to possess children exclusively to oneself always has serious consequences for the children as well as the family. Our first duty is to prepare them to become citizens of the world. It is not a day too early to start world citizenship lessons. Returning to "Children First," we must bear in mind that we have much to gain from children. They remind us of our own early joyful years in this wonderland and help us recapture what Wordsworth describes, "Heaven [that] lies about us in our infancy." A child has also great wisdom to impart to us and rightly deserves the poet’s invocation "Mighty prophet! Seer blest!" The poet didn’t exaggerate when he said this of a child. As one reads the book, he/ she should be able to reminisce his/her own childhood in confirmation of what the title says RIYANA: THE CHILD ONCE EVERYONE WAS. Seller Inventory # APC9781533174406

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Yashoda Aithal

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Ganesh Shiva Aithal

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About this Item: Partridge India, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This story is about a farmer who commits suicide in a small village on the Maharashtra-Telangana border in India and the rehabilitation efforts carried out by two young enthusiasts--a doctor called Pawan and an engineer called Mukesh--along with Padmayya, a farmer. The story opens with an old hard-working farmer called Venkatayya, who otherwise is a highly positive-thinking man, but he is driven into depression by the acts of his son and daughter-in-law, debts, and circumstances of a severe drought. As the story moves on to future, a troika of friends is gathered by destiny for a purpose. One of them is the grandson of Venkatayya. They find a godfather in the form of a retired military man named Captain Vijaysingh, who is a courageous, determined old man and who had lost his one arm while fighting terrorists on the border; also he has dedicated his entire life singly to rehabilitate this idle village. This troika and their guiding godfather fight against all odds and live up to their conscience and willpower; they propose to build a huge water reservoir in the barren land to overcome drought. They also plan an orphanage because huge suicide rates and liquor deaths have rendered many kids homeless in their village. Moreover, Padmayya s father too had died of liquor sold by the local liquor shop owner and the moneylender, Seth Karodimal, an heirless, stingy miser who owns the barren and much-needed land for building the reservoir. Seth Karodimal has no friends in this village; liquor and money are his only friends. The village sarpanch is a helpful man acting as a liaison to their needs. The troika constantly meets at a highway dhaba run by Javedbhai, who later becomes the chief cook of the orphanage. How they solve problems by themselves, how they change negativity in thinking minds into positivity and productivity, how they inspire one another from dystopia to utopia, and how they successfully take the village into a prosperous future form the rest of the story. This is a story about what can be done in extreme situations rather than what has happened or is happening. This story of human guilt, human bonds, human nature and its desires, and the power of positive thinking will keep the readers tied up with feelings of optimism and hope. Seller Inventory # AAV9781482884876

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Ganesh Shiva Aithal

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Ganesh Shiva Aithal

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P.S.Aithal & H.J. Ravindra

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Yashoda Aithal

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ISBN 10: 3895661538 ISBN 13: 9783895661532

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Saligrama K. Aithal

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About this Item: AUTHORHOUSE, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Many has a separate central character. Nearly all of them are made in the mould of Madhav, --humorous, witty, and serious, --and their differences melt away, just as the differences between people of different countries, nations, and religions do. It is, in fact, hard to describe the characters by their nationality. They may possess Indian names, but their nationality and citizenship are another matter. They have relatives and friends in both the continents and their identities transcend national geographical boundaries. The locale of the stories also lacks distinct unity; it extends from one hemisphere to the other, from Washington, DC, to Balgudi, a town in India not, however, to be found on a map. The focus of the stories is not what separates people, one from the other, but what binds them together, rather what can/ should bind them togethe. Seller Inventory # AAV9781491816943

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Saligrama K Aithal

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About this Item: AUTHORHOUSE, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.The short stories in the collection Many in One seek to build bridges across countries and cultures. A product of globalization, they have literary ancestry in both the eastern and the western hemispheres. While giving the final touches to the preparations for his own prospective death and cremation, Madhav, the common protagonist of the stories, receives a call from his daughter in the United States telling him that she has obtained all the necessary documents for his emigration from India to the US and that he must join the family in the US at the earliest. Down goes the drain all his plans and preparations, and, on his relocation, his preoccupation with death gives way to the pursuit of happiness, not only for himself but for the world. The stories in the volume describe the numerous roles he assumes fitting the title Many in One to promote peace and understanding among people. Madhav appropriates even the role of the writer and claims he is the true author of the stories in the collection. With the single mission of removing walls and giving the right of choice of salvation for all and a free pass to all to heaven in a democratic spirit, Madhav talks about religion, literature, music and business. Assuming one role after another, Madhav waltzes the reader through the chaos of the world, building bridges across cultures and between nations. Simultaneously serious, lighthearted and witty, the stories should appeal to a wide spectrum of audience-- from the general reader to students and teachers of literature. Seller Inventory # AAV9781491803882

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Ganesh Shiva Aithal

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About this Item: Partridge India, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. This story is about a farmer who commits suicide in a small village on the Maharashtra-Telangana border in India and the rehabilitation efforts carried out by two young enthusiasts--a doctor called Pawan and an engineer called Mukesh--along with Padmayya, a farmer. The story opens with an old hard-working farmer called Venkatayya, who otherwise is a highly positive-thinking man, but he is driven into depression by the acts of his son and daughter-in-law, debts, and circumstances of a severe drought. As the story moves on to future, a troika of friends is gathered by destiny for a purpose. One of them is the grandson of Venkatayya. They find a godfather in the form of a retired military man named Captain Vijaysingh, who is a courageous, determined old man and who had lost his one arm while fighting terrorists on the border; also he has dedicated his entire life singly to rehabilitate this idle village. This troika and their guiding godfather fight against all odds and live up to their conscience and willpower; they propose to build a huge water reservoir in the barren land to overcome drought. They also plan an orphanage because huge suicide rates and liquor deaths have rendered many kids homeless in their village. Moreover, Padmayya s father too had died of liquor sold by the local liquor shop owner and the moneylender, Seth Karodimal, an heirless, stingy miser who owns the barren and much-needed land for building the reservoir. Seth Karodimal has no friends in this village; liquor and money are his only friends. The village sarpanch is a helpful man acting as a liaison to their needs. The troika constantly meets at a highway dhaba run by Javedbhai, who later becomes the chief cook of the orphanage. How they solve problems by themselves, how they change negativity in thinking minds into positivity and productivity, how they inspire one another from dystopia to utopia, and how they successfully take the village into a prosperous future form the rest of the story. This is a story about what can be done in extreme situations rather than what has happened or is happening. This story of human guilt, human bonds, human nature and its desires, and the power of positive thinking will keep the readers tied up with feelings of optimism and hope. Seller Inventory # LIE9781482884876

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Shumak, E.J; Edwards, Mark Andrew; Niemeier, Brian; Hogan, Liam; Kimble, Jason; Johnson, David Kyle; Moore, Joseph; Schwitzgabel, Eric; Baker, Patrick S.; Aithal, Saligrama K.; Zwycky, Ben; Chamberlain, Gregg; Bradley, Peter Sean; Wigard, Robert J,

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Aithal, Aithal

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Ganesh Shiva Aithal,

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P.S.Aithal

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Saligrama K Aithal

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About this Item: AUTHORHOUSE, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. The short stories in the collection Many in One seek to build bridges across countries and cultures. A product of globalization, they have literary ancestry in both the eastern and the western hemispheres. While giving the final touches to the preparations for his own prospective death and cremation, Madhav, the common protagonist of the stories, receives a call from his daughter in the United States telling him that she has obtained all the necessary documents for his emigration from India to the US and that he must join the family in the US at the earliest. Down goes the drain all his plans and preparations, and, on his relocation, his preoccupation with death gives way to the pursuit of happiness, not only for himself but for the world. The stories in the volume describe the numerous roles he assumes fitting the title Many in One to promote peace and understanding among people. Madhav appropriates even the role of the writer and claims he is the true author of the stories in the collection. With the single mission of removing walls and giving the right of choice of salvation for all and a free pass to all to heaven in a democratic spirit, Madhav talks about religion, literature, music and business. Assuming one role after another, Madhav waltzes the reader through the chaos of the world, building bridges across cultures and between nations. Simultaneously serious, lighthearted and witty, the stories should appeal to a wide spectrum of audience-- from the general reader to students and teachers of literature. Seller Inventory # AAV9781491803882

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Aithal, Saligrama K.

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Saligrama K. Aithal

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About this Item: AUTHORHOUSE, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Many has a separate central character. Nearly all of them are made in the mould of Madhav, --humorous, witty, and serious, --and their differences melt away, just as the differences between people of different countries, nations, and religions do. It is, in fact, hard to describe the characters by their nationality. They may possess Indian names, but their nationality and citizenship are another matter. They have relatives and friends in both the continents and their identities transcend national geographical boundaries. The locale of the stories also lacks distinct unity; it extends from one hemisphere to the other, from Washington, DC, to Balgudi, a town in India not, however, to be found on a map. The focus of the stories is not what separates people, one from the other, but what binds them together, rather what can/ should bind them togethe. Seller Inventory # AAV9781491816943

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Aithal. K. Parameswara

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Saligrama K. Aithal

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Aithal, Saligrama K.

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Aithal, Saligrama K.

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Saligrama K Aithal

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. TONI MORRISON, NOVELIST is a collection of essays on Morrison’s eleven novels from THE BLUEST EYE to GOD HELP THE CHILD. The author of the collection analyses the novels strictly from a literary- critical point of view and deliberately avoids approaching them from any theoretical perspective, as he believes that Morrison’s fiction—for that matter, literary work of any writer of merit, -- is too rich and complex to yield to theoretical analysis and that much would be lost by any such study. This position may sound heretical today, but invites accommodation in the present context when Morrison herself has declared that she contributes no ideology or theory. She is committed to the presentation of black experience, but she does so in a way to make it look like common human experience of the oppressed classes of people of any race, nationality, or color. A reader can easily relate to the characters in her novels and their lives. Morrison’s fiction is not easy reading. A reader has to put in a good deal of effort to construct her story/plot, characters, and setting from the writer’s non-traditional/non-liner ways of presenting them. TONI MORRISON, NOVELIST is written primarily to develop appreciation of Morrison’s works among those who would require a little help. Seller Inventory # APC9781536832631

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Saligrama K Aithal

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.TONI MORRISON, NOVELIST is a collection of essays on Morrison’s eleven novels from THE BLUEST EYE to GOD HELP THE CHILD. The author of the collection analyses the novels strictly from a literary- critical point of view and deliberately avoids approaching them from any theoretical perspective, as he believes that Morrison’s fiction—for that matter, literary work of any writer of merit, -- is too rich and complex to yield to theoretical analysis and that much would be lost by any such study. This position may sound heretical today, but invites accommodation in the present context when Morrison herself has declared that she contributes no ideology or theory. She is committed to the presentation of black experience, but she does so in a way to make it look like common human experience of the oppressed classes of people of any race, nationality, or color. A reader can easily relate to the characters in her novels and their lives. Morrison’s fiction is not easy reading. A reader has to put in a good deal of effort to construct her story/plot, characters, and setting from the writer’s non-traditional/non-liner ways of presenting them. TONI MORRISON, NOVELIST is written primarily to develop appreciation of Morrison’s works among those who would require a little help. Seller Inventory # APC9781536832631

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