BOOKS FOR SALE–HOMEOPATHIC BRIHAT PARIBARIC CHIKITSHA, HARDCOVER, BY DR. M. BHATTACHARYYA ( SKU-1115)


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” Your useful Books”, has been selling books online in the two popular online market places. At the moment , there are books , nearly 100 in number on the list. Books are being sold in two big popular online market places. If you click the  link here , you may see all the books on sale.–

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Title–Homoeopathic Brihat Paribaric Chikitsha, Bengali Medical, Hardcover ,by Dr. M. Bhattacharyya. Price- Rs 900/-, SKU–1129, ASIN–, Weight–500 gram, length, breadth, and height–18.5x 13.5×7 cm.

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BOOKS FOR SALE–COMPARATIVE MATERIA MEDICA O THERAPEUTICS BY DR. A. K. DUTTA.


” Your useful Books”, has been selling books online –at the moment nearly 100 in number on the list. Books are being sold in two big popular online market places. If you click the  link here , you may see all the books–[ https://www.amazon.in/s?marketplaceID=A21TJRUUN4KGV&me=AFBCMC1T5UFA8&merchant=AFBCMC1T5UFA8&redirect=true%5D ]

Although above is sufficient, yet, one among several books with details are mentioned below , which have sufficient hits in the amazon selling site, indicating popularity with the buyers. Read on for your information and possible buying—

TITLE–COPARATIVE MATERIA MEDICA O THERAPEUTICS ( BEST SELLING BOOK ), BENGALI MEDICAL, HARDCOVER, BY DR. ATUL KUMAR DUTTA. PRICE–RS-999.00, SKU-1012, ASIN–.B07GSPDD4V ( FOR AMAZON SEARCH ENGINE).WEIGHT–1500 GRAM, LENGTH, BREADTH, AND HEIGHT–22X13X7

Copies of several pages from the book also published here which will give you an idea about the book put on sale.

 

 

Bhraman ADDA of Milon Mancha on 14th July, 2018.


On 14th of July, after a month’s stay in Kolkata, me and my wife –while in kolkata was restless for it, attended the Bhraman adda  in the mini and unique home auditorium, of Milon Mancha. There were nearly 70 members who was in the meet. It was a pure adda, but not without a serious streak in it.

It was a meet continued for compact three hours, full of talk, song, dance and sharing experiences, and carefully prepared home food brought in by the enthusiastic members–there are luckily many.  Those of the readers who are interested in details of the adda they will be disappointed for I wont carry the details of what happened in the adda, here. They may click into Milon Mancha’s Bhraman adda in face book page. I shall deal with only a few major items which impressed me most.

First, Rudra Mondal, reviewed elaborately the travels done so far, their focus on the many aspects of travelling. As he said, anybody is not included in the travelling group of MM ; in brief, as a member one must be accommodative and understanding, of least complaining nature, they must enjoy themselves and help other to enjoy the tours equally. Not only this , if possible, they may bring new ideas to explore new places. Their focus is not on tradition bound tour operator-type leisure trip,or honeymoon tours, those have to be of exploring and educative type.

Many spoke their experience in their own way. The particular one by Biman Bose impressed me most. He is a theater actor. His speech took everybody to splits. He has shown us how without speaking, only by gestures alone, one can communicate to the mass with ease. He was appreciative, critical, supportive, and created a lot of fun. I have turned into his admirer.

 

Shri Rudra Mondal and his wife, Sharmistha provide the perfect leadership to ease everybody. Sharmista Made, as always. everybody feel important. Shivaji Sanyal, poet,spoke of an incident during their trip to Hampi, there was one seat less in the Bus, Sharmistha continuously used a stool for her seat in spite of many others offering their seat to her. A perfect leadership requires perfect sacrifice. Look at the photographs in this post, you can catch the mood of the members throughout. This is a memory we will cherish for a long time to come. Even since coming back home, we are looking at the photographs and discussing those pleasurable moments endlessly. I believe many of you doing the same.

 

It was a compact three hours full of performances of various items. An item I cannot forget, ringing in my mind endlessly, is the a medly dance to medley tune, in an uncomfortably short space of a home auditorium. I liked it very much, I was fully absorbed in it. The work is creative indeed. I request you to click and enjoy the the video of the dance, given below —

 

The dance sequence was rhythmic, made me sway side to side, desired it never ended. It was akin to a feeling I had during reading a poem of ‘palanquin bearers’ by the poet Sarojini Naidu, which I give below–

Lightly, O lightly we bear her along,
She sways like a flower in the wind of our song;
She skims like a bird on the foam of a stream,
She floats like a laugh from the lips of a dream.
Gaily, O gaily we glide and we sing,
We bear her along like a pearl on a string.

Softly, O softly we bear her along,
She hangs like a star in the dew of our song;
She springs like a beam on the brow of the tide,
She falls like a tear from the eyes of a bride.
Lightly, O lightly we glide and we sing,
We bear her along like a pearl on a string.

 

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VISITING BELUR MATH–110TH TIME


I have visited Belur Math so may times that I fail to keep count of.  Actually,  I was brought up In Bally, Howrah, the adjacent village, on the side of Ganges. Most of the time I used to spend time in the Ganges, rest of the time would be spent wandering about Belur Math, Dakshineswar, least of time on books. Holding my mother’s hand tight , I would go to the charitable  dispensary of the Math to take treatment for fever, stomach ache, cough and cold that one suffers in childhood. Those days the surroundings of the temple , was not smart like today. Often I visited, inside of the walled Math, without understanding the significance of those. Yesterday, again I visited. This time read all the notice boards describing the reason as to why various memorials have come up. These are very significant. The difference of my present visit, with the past is that now I understand the importance of  all the spots in the Math  area.

I have plucked a few leaves of the Bel tree, under which, Swami Vivekananda would relax, near which his earthly remains were consigned later. Now, a memorial stands there.These leaves will be treasured possession for me.  Mentally, these leaves carry me forward , through a long period of lost time to the feet of Swami Vivekananda, and drop me there. Similar feeling I had when I collected and possessed the leaves of Bodhi tree of Gaya, under this Bhagan Budhha achieved salvation.

I saw the memorials–one after other,  under which earthly remains after cremations are preserved–Sri Ramakrishna, Swami Vivekananda, Sarada Devi, and their seven disciples. Memorials of living room of Vivekananda also exists. In olden days when I visited I would regard those as simple structures and finish off the round in a few minutes, this time , matured with age and information, those memorials have become live to me, I felt in great communion with God, a feeling of direct touch.

Now, I understand, I was brought up in a sacred place , on the side of the Ganges, in a stone’s throw distance of Dakshineswar, Belur math, Tarakeswar, Jairambati–all sacred places which  people of the world die to visit. Moreover, my place is sacred because–GANGAR PASCHIM KUL VARANASI SAMATUL.

 

TO ENJOY MONSOON COME TO MUMBAI

In Mumbai, monsoon is of epic quality, unless you drown yourself in it, you do’t know what it is.


 

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Today is a day in the second week of July, monsoon is in full swing in Mumbai. I am enjoying. In fact, for the whole year I wait for this season, and that is on us now. I am now in form for enjoying the great gift of the nature –the rain of Mumbai.

It rains for four months from june to September, and in july, it is most active. It rains continuously often for several days without any respite. Without water no human being can live, it is true everywhere but for Mumbai the story is a little bit different. True, all around there is water but it is salty and undrinkable, underground water is also salty. Here comes the heavy rain as the saviour, without it Present life in Mumbai would not have been sustainable.  Rain water is  collected in a number of lakes in and around  Mumbai city, and this water is supplied to households throughout the year. Fortunately, there is abundance of rain, enough for the requirement of people for Mumbai. This rain water is soft , cleans clothes and produce excess leather with soap, helps maintain whiteness of white clothes.

In real sense rain is abundant here. From June to September, we get heavy shower. Rainy season is a festival  time. asarasya prathama divashe –on the first day of rain, many willfully get wet to celebrate and welcome  rainy season. All enjoys rain, sometime it rains incessantly for days together without any stop. Although there is wide storm water drain everywhere which is cleaned before the onset of rain, by BMC readying for monsoon rain , yet within hours of heavy downpour make the roads waterlogged. Sky is often dark with black clouds, sea swells with high tide; beaches of Juhu, Marina, sea front at Worli  are  great sights to be seen and enjoyed. Thousands of people rush there amid heavy rains and high tides in sea, completely drenched, dancing and shouting. Some cannot control themselves in their enthusiasm to enjoy the waves of sea defying police restriction, and at times costing their life unfortunately.

Mumbai is a business city and commercial capital of the country, here many people from all over the country, come to earn their livelihood. Most of them  are hardworking ones, enrich the city, and themselves become successful. Local Marathi people are warm, friendly and cooperative. People do not miss a chance to enjoy every bit of rain. In the midst of incessant, torrential rain, people do not have any complaints—its common sight that people, wet and drenched to the skin, go about doing their regular work with a smiling face, having no complaints against rain.

It is in sharp contrast with my native Kolkata. During scorching summer they beg for rains but as soon as it comes, they start complaining against stagnant water, clogged drain and eager to say  good bye to it. Actually, I have observed there people are intolerant, impatient and mostly of complaining nature. A complaining man/ woman can never get success of highest order.

Coming back to rain, I like to say  whole of Maharashtra is enjoyable in rains. Tourists from the city visit hills and waterfalls of Lonavela, Khandala, Mahabaleswar, Ganapatipule and many other places—those are simply superb. Those have not enjoyed the beauty of it till now, may come to enjoy. It is unforgettable.

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