Prastut pustak paryavaran shiksha ke saath-saath samajik janchetana jagrat karne ke uddeshya se taiyar ki gayee hai. Paryavaran sankat ka nidan aaj hamari pahali prathmikta ban gayee hai. Pustak vishvavidyalaya anudan ayog ke nirdharit pathyakaram ke aadhar par likhi gayee hai. Paanch adhyayaon main bani pustak main paryavaran, paristhitiki tantra avam paristhitik, jaiv-vividhata avam iska sangrakshan, paryavaran pardushan tatha sansadhnon ke upyog ka vistrit varnan kiya gaya hai. Anek chhaya chitron, aarekhiya chitron tatha sarniyon ke madhyam se vishay-samagri ko saral avam pathniya banaya gaya hai. Pustak na sirf chhatron, balki paryavaran premiyon ke liye bhi upyogi avam gyanvardhak siddh hogi.
This book presents the structure of Hindi keeping in view the sociolinguistic context of language use. It includes descriptions of sounds, devices of word formation, rules of phrase and sentence construction and conventions of language use in spoken and written texts incorporating the insights gained by application of recent linguistic theories. The account presented here, however, is free from abstruse technical vocabulary and modes of presentation that aim at justifying a particular linguistic model. This volume is primarily designed as a source of reference for linguists and educators who want to be better informed about the forms and functions of Hindi, and a resource for students and te...
In this revision of the alphabet book, Archit adds more details and divides the alphabet learning into six sections. In the first section, the complete alphabet chart of Devanagari is provided. In the second section, the vowels of Devanagari are introduced followed by the consonants in the third section. In the second and third sections, each letter is introduced by means of a picture of a Hindi word beginning with the letter. A good approximation to pronouncing the letter and the word in English is given. The English translation of the word and the name of the letter is also provided. In the fourth section, the form of different letters when they are combined with different matras are shown. The fifth section introduces a simple approach to get a beginner to read Hindi words in Devanagari script. In the sixth section, the basic Hindi numbers are introduced.
This book consists of 210 word puzzles or wordies for Hindi. A wordie is a puzzle made up of letters and pictures that represents a word or phrase. All puzzles in this book represent a word or phrase in Hindi. The puzzles in this book are grouped into six categories, one for simple Hindi words, another for some common Hindi phrases, a set of Hindi proverbs, names of some places, some oldies -- phrases that were popular in the past, and a group of Hinglish wordies. The Hinglish wordies use a collection of English and Hindi letters to represent Hindi phrases. The book will allow children to have fun with Hindi words, while learning new words, and figuring out the context for several pictures in the words. It would be hours of entertainment to the learner as well as an expert in Hindi.
Parenting can be demanding as well as fun. From infancy to adolescence the child lives through a range of emotions and physical changes, some so rapid that the parents are often at their wits' end and exhausted. In an attempt to answer your questions and clear your occasional doubts, this book aims to reaffirm your faith as a caretaker and make parenting an enjoyable experience.
An easy-to-read, practical, common-sense guide that will take you from ancient wisdom to modern-day thinking, You Can Win helps you establish new goals, develop a new sense of purpose, and generate new ideas about yourself and your future. It guarantees, as the title suggests, a lifetime of success. The book enables you to translate positive thinking into attitude, ambition and action to give you the winning edge. This book will help you to: · Build confidence by mastering the seven steps to positive thinking · Be successful by turning weaknesses into strengths · Gain credibility by doing the right things for the right reasons · Take charge by controlling things instead of letting them control you · Build trust by developing mutual respect with people around you · Accomplish more by removing the barriers to effectiveness.