Book : The Seventh Cup
Author : Nitesh Kumar Jain
ISBN : 978-81-8253-448-3
Type : Fiction
Publisher : cyberwit.net
Published : First edition 2013, second edition 2014
Number of pages : Ebook, 312
Price : ₹300/-
About the book :
A student of history in Switzerland goes missing.
A man drinks exactly seven cups of coffee everyday in the same restaurant and believes in Mind Transportation. Two newly married Swiss detective agents arrive and begin a shocking tale of love, friendship, betrayal and death. From the colourful coasts of Goa, India to the enchanting backdrop of Zurich,Switzerland, the mystery of Verona Schmidt baffles everyone. Continue reading →
“Wow! Today the weather is awesome and also a weekend. I am loving this monsoon rain, perfect for a long drive. Shikha, are you game for it? We will also have your favourite ginger tea at our favourite tea shop,” said Aman happily.
“You were never so romantic but I am always game such delights. Also I have my favourite ‘Taazgi ka dhamaka’ playlist on my usb drive, ” said Shikha.
We all know that “Health is wealth“, but in our daily busy schedules we always tend to ignore and forget our health. To do any work, our body needs energy and this energy or fuel we get from the food that we eat. If we don’t provide proper food at proper time to our body then our body will not work properly. Our body proper nutrition to keep on going.
We sleep late at night, then we get up late in the morning and leave for office in a hurry. In all these, many a times we skip breakfast. We are so engrossed Continue reading →
Cricket is world’s second most popular game and it is a game which needs no introduction in India. Cricket is a gentleman’s game where players believe in true sportsman spirit. The standard of sportsmanship is very high in cricket and the players apart from abiding by the laws, truly follow the “spirit of the game”.
Cricket is like a religion in India and when India is playing, every Indian gets glued up to their television sets. When India is playing, students bunk their classes, shopkeepers close their shops, employees take leaves for small and silly excuses and many such things happen. And when Continue reading →
Parenting means growing up again with your kids. It should be a continuous process of teaching your kids and also learning from them in this process. In India we have a strong family system where we love our younger ones and respect the elders. In earlier times, there used to be big joint families where many people lived happily under the same roof. There used to be one head of the family whose authority, orders and directions were accepted and followed by other members of the family. There are many places and families where such traditions are still followed in India.
In earlier days, kids grew up in an environment where they were showered with lots of love, care and affection but they almost never had any choice in anything. They had to follow the orders of their elders and lead a strict disciplined life. But in today’s time, need for better Continue reading →
God created human beings and yes we are one of the best creations of god. But that same god created the other non-living and living beings, be it a butterfly or a snake or a giraffe or a lion or the mountains, rivers, trees. Whatever we see all around us is a gift of god. We human beings want to and also feel that it is our right to live peacefully on this planet earth, similarly other living beings also have the right to live peacefully in their habitats. But the Continue reading →