The college-dropout son of an American professor and a Syrian mother who fled her home country, Robert Frost has two primary enemies - The US Army for unfairly dismissing him and the Syrian regime for destroying his mother's s family during the 1982 Hama uprising. Set against the backdrop of the current Syrian war, this novel is an unsettling tale of the battles, shaped by immense political ambitions that destroy small people and their even smaller lives.
This short novel asks, “What does death become the end of?" It views death, reincarnation, and social values through the eyes of a person who is the seventh and last generation member of a family that has been making tombs and coffins for the last five centuries. The unique treatment combines magical realism, stream of consciousness and fairy tales.
The book defines and details a model and approach for mapping the competencies that act as the DNA of any organization. Drawing parallels from the biological world, the book creates a compelling argument for competency modelling and explains how.
Sunny Menon, a second generation Indian in the USA, visits India for the first time on a holiday. He gets enamored by the abandoned Red Manor House, owned by his knighted grandfather, a high-ranking official in British Indian Civil Service. Sunny’s journey into his grandfather’s life turns into a serious adventure.
A story based on the Santhali tribe in Eastern India. Deals with deep personal conflicts between their traditions and the need to change to the modern ways of life. This book received the coveted award by the magazine Kumkumam in Kerala.