BOOKS - WRITERS - 2018 SEPTEMBER

September 3

PM Modi release the book "Moving on Moving Forward: A Year in Office"
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, released the book ''Moving On, Moving Forward – A Year in Office'' to mark one year in office of Vice President Venkaiah Naidu. He also presented the first copy of the book to the Vice President of India.
The book was written by Vice President Venkaiah Naidu to mark his one year in office.
Shri Venkaiah Naidu always performed whatever duty he had, with utmost diligence, and adapted into that role with ease. He has been in public life for 50 years - 10 years in student politics and 40 years in state as well as national politics.

September 5

Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu Honourable Vice President of India released book Constitutionalizing india: an Ideantional project, authored by Shri Bidyut Chakrabarthy, in New Delhi
Vice president Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu released a book new Delhi.
The book is: Constitutionalizing India: an Ideational Project.
It has been authored by shri Bidyut Chakrabarty.

Banwarilal Purohit released the first copy of ''Paritchaikku Bhayamen''
Tamil Nadu Governor Banwarilal Purohit released the first copy of ''Paritchaikku Bhayamen'', the Tamil translation of Exam Warriors. The book is a compilation of speeches made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It offers advice to the student community during various occasions in different parts of the country.
V. Insuvai translated the book into Tamil and it was published by The Alliance Co. The book includes his speech during the ‘Mann ki Baat’ radio programmes. It is primarily aimed at encouraging the student community to face life challenges and tackle examination stress.

Vice President releases the book 'constitutionalizing india an ideational project' authored by shri bidyut chakrabarty.
The Vice President of India, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu releasing the Book 'Constitutionalizing India: an Ideational Project' authored by Shri Bidyut Chakrabarty.
The book reveals how the ideas with completely different socio-economic roots competed with each other in the making of a Constitution which was acceptable to all.

September 6

Book on Mahatma Gandhi's 'Nai Talim' launched
A book on experiential learning based on Mahatma Gandhi's 'Nai Talim' (basic education) was released by HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar. It contains basic principles of Gandhi's 'Nai Talim', along with the work and education curriculum for schools, D.Ed, B.Ed and faculty development programmes for teachers.
It has been brought out simultaneously in 13 languages - Assamese, Tamil, Bengali, Odiya, Kannada, Malyalam, Punjabi, Marathi, Telugu, Gujarati, Urdu, Hindi and English - in consultation with the state councils of educational research and training.
Gandhiji's 'Nai Talim' or basic education was a holistic approach of developing body, mind and soul, by make a productive art, craft or community engagement activity as the center of learning.
The book seek to supplement the efforts of a movement which is being carried out across educational institutes to promote ‘Nai Talim’ work education and experiential learning.

September 7

Forbes-nominated author Preeti Shenoy pens new book: ‘The Rule Breakers’
Best-selling author Preeti Shenoy announced the launch of her new book "The Rule Breakers".
The book, which claims to explore complex themes of women's equality, gender and inclusion among others, is expected to hit the stands.
The novel set in the 90s' is the story of "smart and studious" Veda, who harbours big dreams but finds herself trapped in an arranged marriage and realises that her opinions, her choices in real life do not matter.

September 12

Forbes-nominated author Preeti Shenoy pens new book, 'The Rule Breakers'
Best-selling author Preeti Shenoy announced the launch of her new book, 'The Rule Breakers'.
The book claims to explore complex themes of women's equality, gender, and inclusion among others.
The novel set in the '90s is the story of Veda, who harbors big dreams, but finds herself trapped in an arranged marriage and realizes that her opinions in real life don't matter.

September 13

‘The Beauty of All My Days: A Memoir’ by Ruskin Bond
Ruskin Bond, India's most loved author, is known for his innumerable stories, essays, poems and novels. A wordsmith, his life, work and philosophy open a window to a myriad world where solitude sits by tranquillity to ruminate time now and then. In The Beauty of All My Days, Ruskin opens a window to his relationships: his friends, his love-unsaid and unrequited, his parents' difficult marriage, his passage to England, his meeting with Diana Athill and the making of his first book The Room on the Roof and many other journeys-real.

September 14

French author pens Sri Sri’s authorised biography
French political writer and journalist Francois Gautier, who has been living in India since 1971, will be releasing the authorised biography of spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar.
The book will be published by Penguin Random House India and will soon be available in the market.

September 15

“Kashi: Secret of the Black Temple”, the final book of Vineet Bajpai’s Harappa trilogy, was launched
"Kashi: Secret of the Black Temple", the final book of Vineet Bajpai's Harappa trilogy, was launched.
The three books in the series combine mythology, history, fantasy, crime and the modern-day thriller element. The first two books are "Harappa: Curse of the Blood River" and "Pralay: The Great Deluge".

September 17

Dr. Mahesh Sharma released 2 books of National Museum
The Minister of State for Culture (Independent Charge) and Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Dr. Mahesh Sharma released two important publications of the National Museum (M/o Culture), Sindhu Ghati Sabhyata:Ek Parichay (Hindi) and the National Museum Research Bulletin Number 10: Special issue (In House Publication), in New Delhi. The National Museum Research Bulletin has been revived after a long gap of 16 years.

September 20

Sundeep Misra to write a book on sprinter Dutee Chand, Story So Far
The incredible story of Dutee Chand, who rose from abject poverty to become one of India's biggest sprinting stars, will be brought alive in the form of a book titled as, Story so far.
The book is written by journalist, author and filmmaker Sundeep Misra, who has previously authored a biography of hockey legend Dhanraj Pillay.


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