A Pukka Life is about living in a truly authentic way, guided by the wisdom of Ayurveda, to achieve perfect health and happiness. Ayurveda is a complete system of knowledge that deals with physical health, mental balance, spiritual well-being, relationships and environmental issues. In all the essential aspects of contemporary life, from the food you eat to the work you do, from the relationships that sustain you to the natural world that nurtures you, Ayurveda can help you fulfil your potential and enable you to lead a pukka life. The seven chapters each relate to a specific area of wellbeing: Constitution; Nourishment; Cleansing; Rejuvenation; Strength & Stillness; Ecology; Relationship. Written by an experienced practitioner, the book is packed with philosophical insights, dietary and nutritional information, massage and rejuvenation plans, meditation and yoga exercises, as well as the Pukka larder, an appendix of herbs and their benefits.
Author: Sebastian Pole
Publisher: Quadrille Publishing Ltd
Your food shopping is where it begins and possibly ends for your health. This book will help guide you through an everyday common and confusing supermarket designed to distract you from healthy food choices. It will help you make your healthier food choices for you and your family. This life changing information is a must for the people who are passionate about their health, always looking for ways to improve the quality of their life and appreciates the difference food can make to bring health, love and happiness to the dinner table and beyond. life changing Keep the family and yourself healthy with the ultimate healthy food shop shopping guide, right here, in this handy healthy food shopping guide. healthy A Shoppers guide to choosing the best foods available for your health. "The Special Rules Are Not to be Missed" - Lee M Mitchell
Food Shop For Your Health
"Emine shows us how small changes can make huge differences to the way we look and feel." --Catherine Turner, formerEasy Living Beauty & Health Director, Get the Gloss columnist and yoga teacher Health expert Eminé Ali Rushton was converted to an Ayurvedic dietary approach during pregnancy, when she discovered how the ancient Indian system can help you tune into and rebalance your body. According to Ayurvedic medicine, we each have a dosha—a basic body type that defines our personality and physical wellbeing, from the foods we crave to those that spark allergies and increase weight gain. After her child was born, Ali Rushton experienced incredibly fast weight-loss and now she shares what she has learned in her new book. The Body Balance Diet Plan is for everyone who has experienced the misery of yo-yo dieting. It explains Ayurveda in clear and simple language, catering to those who have never encountered the approach before. After determining your dosha type, you will learn how to eat for your own dosha, speeding weight loss and making you feel light, vital, energized and beautiful again. There is a simple 7-day diet plan and 30 seasonal recipes using supermarket ingredients. In addition, this is the first book to combine the Ayurveda with wisdom and information about seasonality and homeopathy.
Lose Weight, Gain Energy and Feel Fantastic with the Science of Ayurveda
Author: Eminé Ali Rushton
Publisher: Watkins Media Limited
Category: Health & Fitness
Sahajanand Saraswati (1889–1950) was a man of many parts. Monk, scholar, freedom fighter, and leader of the peasant movement, he made an impact in all these spheres. His autobiography, Mera Jeevan Sangharsh (‘The Struggle of My Life’), gives an account of his life and his attempts to reform the ills besetting his country, in religion and in politics. In doing so, it sheds light on a number of significant periods in the history of India. It is, however, the tale of the nation told from the margins, not from the perspective of the English-educated, vilayat-returned nationalist. It is written by a man with humble roots who decided to improve the life of the common masses. This is an especially relevant book in these times, when the aam aadmi has become the pivot on which election campaigns are run and won. The Struggle of My Life chronicles the remarkable life of a man who lived in remarkable times.
Autobiography of Swami Sahajanand
Author: Ramchandra Pradhan
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Ted Kerasote und sein Hund Merle sind ein perfektes Team - Geschichte um das Leben mit dem Hund in der Natur Wyomings, verbunden mit vielen wissenschaftlichen Exkursen z.B. in die Verhaltensforschung.
Lektionen von einem freidenkenden Hund
Author: Ted Kerasote
»Orwell kennen die meisten Leser nur als düsteren ›Big Brother‹-Visionär - die wenigsten wissen, daß der Autor einige Jahre als Kolonialbeamter in Burma tätig war. Vor diesem Erfahrungshintergrund entfaltet er die Geschichte eines britischen Diplomaten in einem burmesischen Außenposten. Lesenswert vor allem wegen der Schilderungen der Landeskultur - und George Orwells bitterböser Abrechnung mit der britischen Kolonial-Mentalität.«
Author: George Orwell
Publisher: Diogenes Verlag AG
„Eine der besten Autobiographien, die ich je gelesen habe.“ J. K. Rowling Er hat mehr Anhänger als der Dalai Lama (bei Twitter). Prince Charles nennt ihn einen „mopsfidelen Mimen“. Er lebt das Leben von zehn Universalgenies. Er ist das Flaggschiff des britischen Humors. Auch hierzulande warten seine zahlreichen Fans sehnsüchtig auf dieses Buch, das in England das Ereignis des Jahres war. Darin erzählt Stephen Fry von seinen prägenden Jahren zwischen College und Comedy: offen, witzig, brillant. – „Der schmerzhaft ehrliche Versuch, die Maske fortzureißen.“ Observer „Er mag es, seinen Enthusiasmus auf andere zu übertragen – das liebe ich an ihm.“ Kenneth Branagh „Der wird niemals glücklich werden, wenn der immer so höflich ist.“ John Cleese
Meine goldenen Jahre
Author: Stephen Fry
Publisher: Aufbau Digital
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This guide by the author of Merle’s Door is “beneficial for anyone who wants to ensure that their dogs will be healthy and well” (Seattle Post-Intelligencer). From the bestselling author who offers “the most utterly compelling translation of dog to human I have ever seen” (Jeffrey Masson), this is a joyful chronicle of a dog and a groundbreaking answer to the question: How can we give our dogs the happiest, healthiest lives? When Ted Kerasote was ready for a new dog after losing his beloved Merle—who died too soon, as all our dogs do—he knew he wanted to give his puppy Pukka the longest life possible. But how to do that? So much has changed in the way we feed, vaccinate, train, and live with our dogs from even a decade ago. In an adventure that echoes The Omnivore’s Dilemma with a canine spin, Kerasote tackles these subjects, questioning our conventional wisdom and emerging with vital new information that will surprise even the most knowledgeable dog lovers. Can a purebred be as healthy as a mixed breed? How many vaccines are too many? Should we rethink spaying and neutering? Is raw food really healthier than kibble, and should your dog be chewing more bones? Traveling the world and interviewing breeders, veterinarians, and leaders of the animal-welfare movement, Kerasote pulls together the latest research to help us rethink the everyday choices we make for our companions. And as he did in Merle’s Door, Kerasote interweaves fascinating science with the charming stories of raising Pukka among his dog friends in their small Wyoming village. Funny, revelatory, and full of the delights of falling in love with a dog, Pukka’s Promise will help redefine the potential of our animal partners.
The Quest for Longer-Lived Dogs
Author: Ted Kerasote
Sebastian Pole - co-founder of internationally recognised and much-loved tea brand Pukka - presents 70 home recipes for herbal teas using botanicals, teas, herbs and fresh ingredients. So pop the kettle on and learn how to bring together the best ingredients for health, well-being and, of course, flavour. Chapters include: Cleanse and Detox; Nourish and Digest; Energise and Rejuvenate; Peace and Harmony; Joy and Happiness; Defend and Protect; Smoothies, cocktails and other drinks. There's also a comprehensive 'Pukkapedia' covering information on the herbs, their benefits, where to find them and, in some cases, tips on how to grow them at home.
Author: Sebastian Pole
Publisher: Frances Lincoln
In the popular imagination, Calcutta is a packed and pestilential sprawl, made notorious by the Black Hole and the works of Mother Teresa. Kipling called it a City of Dreadful Night, and a century later V.S. Naipaul, Gunter Grass and Louis Malle revived its hellish image. This is the place where the West first truly encountered the East. Founded in the 1690s by East India Company merchants beside the Hugli River, Calcutta grew into India's capital during the Raj and the second city of the British Empire. Named the City of Palaces for its neoclassical mansions, Calcutta was the city of Clive, Hastings, Macaulay and Curzon. It was also home to extraordinary Bengalis such as Rabindranath Tagore, the first Asian Nobel laureate, and Satyajit Ray, among the geniuses of world cinema. Above all, Calcutta (renamed Kolkata in 2001) is a city of extremes, where exquisite refinement rubs shoulders with coarse commercialism and political violence. Krishna Dutta explores these multiple paradoxes, giving personal insight into Calcutta's unique history and modern identity as reflected in its architecture, literature, cinema and music. CITY OF ARTISTS: Modern India's cultural capital; home city of
A Cultural and Literary History
Author: Krishna Dutta
Publisher: Signal Books
Category: Calcutta (India)
Three brothers from a remote village in the Himalayas are driven by poverty to become monks. One becomes a famous masked dancer; the second an accomplished player of the Tibetan temple trumpet; and the third a great Buddhist scholar. A Jain nun tests her powers of detachment as she watches her best friend ritually starve herself to death. A woman leaves her middle class family in Calcutta and her job in a jute factory, only to find unexpected love and fulfillment living as a tantric in a skull-filled hut in remote a cremation ground. A prison warder from Kerala becomes for two months of the year a temple dancer and is worshipped as an incarnate deity; then, at the end of February each year, he returns to prison. An idol maker, the thirty-fifth of a long line of sculptors going back to the legendary Chola bronze makers, regards creating Gods as one of the holiest callings in India, but has to reconcile himself to his son who only wants to study computer engineering. An illiterate goat herd from Rajasthan keeps alive an ancient 200,000-stanza sacred epic that he, virtually alone, still knows by heart. A devadasi - or temple prostitute - initially resists her own initiation into sex work, yet pushes both her daughters into a trade she regards as a sacred calling. Nine people, nine lives. Each one taking a different religious path, each one an unforgettable story.Exquisite and mesmerizing, and told with an almost biblical simplicity, William Dalrymple's first travel book in a decade explores how traditional forms of religious life in South Asia have been transformed in the vortex of the region's rapid change. Nine Lives is a distillation of twenty-five years of exploring India and writing about its religious traditions, taking you deep into worlds that you would never have imagined even existed.
In Search of the Sacred in Modern India
Author: William Dalrymple
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
NOMINATED AND SHORT LISTED FOR THE SURVEILLANCE STUDIES BOOK PRIZE 2011! This theoretically informed research explores what the development and transformation of air travel has meant for societies and individuals. Brings together a number of interdisciplinary approaches towards the aeroplane and its relation to society Presents an original theory that our societies are aerial societies, or 'aerealities', and shows how we are both enabled and threatened by aerial mobility Features a series of detailed international case studies which map the history of aviation over the past century - from the promises of early flight, to World War II bombing campaigns, and to the rise of international terrorism today Demonstrates the transformational capacity of air transport to shape societies, bodies and individual identities Offers startling historical evidence and bold new ideas about how the social and material spaces of the aeroplane are considered in the modern era
Spaces, Mobilities, Affects
Author: Peter Adey
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Author: Pramod Kumar
Publisher: Abhinav Publications
Category: Art and religion
With Revelations of Life in the Zenāna
Author: Fanny Parks
Category: Himalaya Mountains
Miss High-heels: the story of a rich but girlish young gentleman under the control of his pretty step-sister and her aunt. "This story is a reminiscence, a fond recollection of my colourful days as a youth. I can safely say (with the clarity of hindsight) that my youth was extraordinary. My upbringing was unlike any other young man knew at the time, and to this day, many years later, I have yet to meet a soul whose story can compare with mine in its bizarre nature. My erotic rearing gave me a great sense of alienation, yet also a feeling of being absolutely rare and precious. Of course, later in life I learned that I was not alone in my exclusive sexual proclivities; proclivities that flourished and were fostered from the time I was very young on through my early adulthood. I have since had the pleasure of finding others who share the same delicious tastes that I have enjoyed. I was cared for by my strange and beautiful stepsister, Helen, with the delicate attentions that one gives a fragile, unique flower. It was my lovely stepsister who helped me to find the "true" self that was hiding inside my male skin." www.victorian-erotica.org
Author: A. Pukka Swiver
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub