Book in focus: Bangladesh War

The riveting first-hand account of the Liberation War from Manash Ghosh.

Our destiny will change and we can see it as clear as daylight – A gathering storm over the head of Bangladesh as #muktijuddho was turning into a reality
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Many earth-shaking things are going to happen there in the coming months as mentioned by Manash Gosh in his article in #1971 when he was helmed as a small #cub reporter
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A riveting detail where # the author of the book was said by the editor IF ANYTHING UNFORTUNATE HAPPENS TO YOU, YOUR OFFICE WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE. IF THESE TERMS ARE ACCEPTABLE, GO AHEAD.
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Read this heart-wrenching journey of the #author popularly known as Manash da to have a deeper understanding of the Bangladeshi #liberation war from ground #zero
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Power must be handed over to the elected representatives of the people- Sheikh Mujbir Rahman

Book in focus :- LOOKING INWARD

You have no idea how beautiful life can be 🍀

It may have taken #kungfupanda or #lukeskywalker only a few hours to learn to look inward, find their true strength, and by doing so, become able to endure and even overcome the challenges they had to face, it may not be easy in reality.
You and I may need a little more than a few hours to master this art, but that doesn’t mean it is out of reach. And it is worth it, for everyone.
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The quality of our lives is greatly dependent on the quality of our state of mind, and yet we have never learned how this mind really works or how to manage it.
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True and lasting happiness can only be found within, it is never outside of you.
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Looking Inward by @swamipurnachaitanya is an #extraordinary guide for sailing through the ever-changing world 🌍
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There are numerous takeaways from the book But for us, the highlight of the book is it’s simple language, #wisdom sutras, and a simple exercise after every chapter.

Story Behind Kitabe Club

Reading a book “promotes better sleep by easing the transition between wakefulness and drowsiness.”

Women playing countless roles in their life, mostly come short of time for themselves, thus leading to stress. Many love to read but couldn’t do it due to one’s numerous commitments.
Research has shown that reading can reduce stress by as much as 68%, even more than listening to music or going for a walk.

We believe for every challenge and difficult we face we have a solution in the form of books