Shadow Armies: Fringe Organizations and Foot Soldiers of Hindutva

Shadow Armies: Fringe Organizations and Foot Soldiers of Hindutva by Dhirendra K. Jha

Publisher ‏ : ‎ Juggernaut (31 January 2019)

Language ‏ : ‎ English

Paperback ‏ : ‎ 240 pages

ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 9353450195

ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-9353450199

Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 295 g

Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 20 x 14 x 4 cm

Country of Origin ‏ : ‎ USA

Price :  £12.50

Pub date : 30/01/2019

PB, Politics.


About The Book

The Bharatiya Janata Party’s steady advance over the last three decades – from two Lok Sabha seats in 1984 to 282 in 2014 – has been accompanied by the mushrooming of organizations that stir up trouble, polarize communities, incite violence and even kill – all in the name of Hindutva. There has been little to no insight into the structure of these organizations and their evolutions. Dhirendra K. Jha investigates and profiles eight such organizations across India, from Sanatan Sanstha, whose members have been charged with the brutal murder of journalist Gauri Lankesh, to Yogi Adityanath’s Hindu Yuva Vahini.


About The Author

Dhirendra K. Jha is a senior political journalist who now works with Scroll. He is the co-author of Ayodhya: The Dark Night, a revelatory account of the installation of the idol of Rama within the Babri Masjid on the night of 22 December 1949.


Publisher ‏ : ‎ Juggernaut (12 April 2017)

Language ‏ : ‎ English

Price: £13.50

Hardcover ‏ : ‎ 256 pages

ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 9386228211

ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-9386228215

Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 295 g

Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 20 x 14 x 4 cm

Pub date: 15/03/2017,

HB, literary study, fiction.


About The Book

Two lost souls retreat from the inhumanity of urban life in 1990s India, deciding to shed their names and become hermits in a remote forest abode, living among animals and planting trees. However, they soon discover that the serenity that surrounds them is deceptive – that the land and the people around them are slowly succumbing to a slow poisoning. Man and Woman realize that they must re-enter the world of humanity and join the struggle against the corporations and governments turning paradise into hell. Moving from myth to history and back again, Swarga is the tale of the early days of the people’s epic struggle against endosulfan-spraying in north Kerala.

Microwave Engineering: Fundamentals, Design and Applications

Title: Microwave Engineering: Fundamentals, Design and Applications (Second Edition) (e-book)
Author: Subal Kar

Category: 45 Engineering and technology
Subject code: 20 Engineering and technical
BISAC code:  047TEC000000 – General
ISBN: 978-93-93330-03-1
Price: £7.84
Market rights: World
Book type: Textbook/ Reference
E-book uploading: April 2022

The Author:
Subal Kar is former Professor and Head of the Institute of Radio Physics and Electronics, University of Calcutta. His fields of specialisation cover microwave and millimetre-wave devices and circuits, metamaterials, THz imaging, optical communication and high energy physics. He has published a large number of research papers in international journals, contributed chapters in edited books, authored another textbook and has three patents to his credit. Dr Kar was visiting scientist to Kyoto University, Japan (1997), Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA (1999–2000), Oxford University, UK (2013) as well as to other Institutes and Universities in Europe and the USA. Dr Kar received the Young Scientist Award of URSI and IEEE MTT as well as the Fulbright Award of the USA Government. He is a Fulbright Fellow, Senior Member of IEEE, Fellow of IETE and Fellow VEDA Society.

The Book:
Microwave Engineering: Fundamentals, Design and Applications, Second Edition, emphasises the basic concepts, design techniques and applications of microwave engineering in a markedly different manner. Based on feedback from students and faculty, this new edition fully covers the latest AICTE syllabus for Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) students. It also covers the syllabus of most universities abroad, for graduate as well as post-graduate courses of ECE.

Salient features
⦁ All the special features and chapters of the first edition are preserved while additional new material finds a place.
⦁ Electronic Design Automation (EDA) tools and 3D electromagnetic field simulators have been used to solve design problems in relevant chapters.
⦁ Analytical derivations for klystron, TWT, magnetron and gyrotron have been included in Chapter 9, while those for gunn, IMPATT and MESFET/HEMT devices have been included in Chapter 10.
⦁ Simulator-based design of microwave power amplifiers has been included in Chapter 11.
⦁ Microwave mixers have been discussed in detail in Chapter 12 with simulator-based design problems.
⦁ Radar Principle and Systems has been upgraded to Radar and Radio-aids to Navigation (Chapter 14).
⦁ RFID, RF MEMS for microwave components, microwave and THz imaging have been included as emerging applications in Chapter 19.
⦁ Review questions that help in self-assessment are provided in each chapter.
⦁ Recapitulations in each chapter, have been given a new and concise avatar.
⦁ New appendices on field analysis of coaxial line, a brief analytical review of parallel-plate waveguide, non-linearity and distortion have been included in the website along with the existing appendices.

Market: UG Electronics and Communications Engineering

Promotion and Publicity: Brochures to be made and circulated.

Siva Sutras

TITLE : Siva Sutras

SUB TITLE : The Yoga of Supreme Identity

AUTHOR :  Jaideva Singh

PRICE : INR 645.00

PUBLISHER : Motilal Banarsidass International

ISBN-13 : 978-93-9069-627-7

EDITION : Hardback

YEAR OF PUBLICATION :2022 (Reprint Edition)


RIGHTS : World

ABOUT THE BOOK : A year before his death, my revered Guru MM Gopinath Kaviraja called me and said, “Recently one translation of Siva-Sutras into Hindi and another into English have been brought to my notice. I have been both pained and shocked by the flagrant errors committed by these translators. It is my earnest wish that you prepared another translation of this great book into English”.

The Saiva system of Philosophy and Yoga is generally known as Agama. The world Agama means a traditional doctrine or system which commands faith.

The Saiva system, in general, is known a Siva-sasana or Sivagama. The non-dualistic Saiva system of Kashmir is known as Trika-Sasana or Trika-sastra or Rahasya-sarnpradaya. The world sasana and sastra are very significant. Both contain the root sasa which means discipline. A Sastra or Sasana in India never meant merely an intellectual exposition of a particular system.

Life and Times: An Authorized Biography

Soli Sorabjee
Life and Times: An Authorized Biography
Abhinav Chandrachud
The first authorised biography of Soli Sorabjee

Pub Date: 03 March 2022
ISBN: 9780670096411 / 0670096415
Price: £23.97
Subject: Biography: General, Autobiography: General
Format: 234mm x 153mm
Binding: Hardback
Extent: 296 pages
Territory: World
Bar Code: 9780670096411
A I Last Updated: 08 March 2022


The first authorised biography of Soli Sorabjee Abhinav Chandrachud, one of India’s foremost legal scholar

The first authorised biography of Soli Sorabjee ‘A gripping life story of a Goliath who strode the Indian legal canvass for nearly seventy years.’-Mukul Rohatgi, former Attorney General of India
How does a Parsi lawyer, deeply influenced by the principles of Roman Catholicism, fall in love with a Bahai and go on to become the Attorney General of India for a Hindu nationalist BJP government? How does a boy with a broken leg, who studied in a Gujarati medium school and lost his father at the age of nineteen, go on to mount a heroic defense of the Janata government’s decision to dissolve Congress state legislatures in the Supreme Court in 1977? How does a newspaper columnist who admires Nehru, who criticizes the BJP for
being ‘obsessed’ with ‘demolishing mosques’ and advises them to replace ‘Hindutva’ with ‘Bharatva’ or ‘Indianness’, get chosen by Prime Minister Vajpayee to represent the government in the Supreme Court in many cases including the Ayodhya case? How does a lawyer with a humdrum customs and excise law practice, whose grandfather sold horse-drawn carriages in Bombay, become a U.N. human rights rapporteur, and repeatedly defend the fundamental right to free speech and expression in the Supreme Court of India? Authorised, comprehensive and absolutely unputdownable, this first biography of Soli Sorabjee opens a window to life and times of India’s foremost constitutional experts.

Abhinav Chandrachud is an advocate who practices at the Bombay High Court. He graduated from the LL.M. program at Harvard Law School where he was a Dana Scholar, and from the JSM and JSD programs at Stanford Law School where he was a Franklin Family Scholar. He has worked as an associate attorney at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, a global law firm. He is the author of Republic of Rhetoric: Free Speech and the Constitution of India (2017) and Supreme Whispers: Conversations with Judges of the Supreme Court of India 1980-1989 (2018). He has also written for several leading newspapers in India including The Hindu, Indian Expressand the Times of India, and taught courses at Cornell Law School and NALSAR University of Law.

‘A gripping life story of a Goliath who strode the Indian legal canvass for nearly seventy years.’’ Mukul Rohatgi, former Attorney General of India
‘Soli Sorabjee was undoubtedly a doyen of the Bar. His life is a history of the post-independence era of India, and one can, in these pages, find not only a window into the life of a legal legend, but also an examination of some of the key social, political, and legal developments of the last century. … I would invite the reader therefore, to take this journey through the life of a legal luminary, a connoisseur of music, poetry and fine food, and above all a good human being.’’ K.K. Venugopal, Attorney

General of India
‘Superbly researched, this book by Abhinav Chandrachud is a must read. In the backdrop of Sorabjee’s incredible journey which every aspiring lawyer should want to know, is the story of the Supreme Court’s strides and setbacks over five formative decades. The relevance of this book transcends the legal fraternity.’’ Madhavi Goradia Divan, Additional Solicitor General in the Supreme Court of India ‘This isn’t merely the story of a remarkable lawyer but it also provides a window to many defining moments of the India’s legal history. Soli Sorabjee wasn’t just a top attorney but was also a symbol of a more cosmopolitan India. Abhinav Chandrachud skilfully captures the values that a multi-hued Sorabjee came to represent in a lifetime at the bar and beyond.’’ Rajdeep Sardesai, well-known author and news



Pages: 138  * 

Format: PB   

Price: £9.99  $16.50

ISBN: 9789392756092 

Subject: Children Book/Short Stories/Hinduism

Pub date: UK pub date 18th March, USA pub date 20th June 2022.

Rights: World


Edited by R.K.Madhukar


About the Book:

Dashavataram refers to the Ten Avataras or incarnations of Lord Vishnu. Dasha in Sanskrit means ten and avataram means incarnation or embodiment. Lord Vishnu is one of the Three Holy Trinities of the Hindus – Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva (Maheshwara). 

Lord Vishnu has taken different births on the Earth (Bhuloka) to guide the human beings on the path of righteousness and virtuous living. The progressive nature of the avataras or incarnations also provides an insight into the Evolution of Human Life. The Ten Avataras of Lord Vishnu are mentioned in the Hindu Puranas. They are Matsya (Fish), Koorma (Tortoise), Varaha (Boar), Narasimha (Man-Lion), Vamana (Dwarf), Parashurama (Brahmin Warrior), Rama (Ideal Human Being), Balarama (Shesha, the Serpent), Krishna (Universal Supreme Being), and Kalki (in Kali Yuga). 

The Author of this fascinating book has presented all the Ten Avataras with beautiful illustrations in an endearing manner, appealing both to the children and the adults. 


Saraswathi is the pen name of Late Shri C.B.Ravi, also known as Cheerath Bhaskaran Ravi. He was a linguist with good knowledge of Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, Telugu, Bengali, and Gujarati, in addition to English and the East African language, Swahili. He worked for the British Government in Tanzania, East Africa from 1951 to 1967 and retired as a Revenue Officer of PWD. He retired early to come   back to his country and settled in Chennai. In Chennai, he started and successfully ran a typing institute from 1968 to 1996, following which he retired and donated the institute to a charitable organization. 

Shri Ravi exhibited a desire to write dramas and stories even at a very young age of 10 years. Many of his stories have been published in his native tongue Malayalam. He was a great storyteller and reveled in telling stories from Hindu Puranas to his young friends. Shri Ravi spent his life in a worthy manner imparting education, good moral values, and above all a love for the Indian culture and tradition. In this fascinating book, Dashavataram, Saraswathi has brought to life the Ten enchanting Avataras of Lord Vishnu in an engaging tradition of storytelling.

Herbs That Heal

Title: Herbs that Heal (2nd Edition)
Author: H K Bakhru
Size: 5.5 x 8.5″ | ISBN: 9788122207194
MRP: £14.99 | Pages: 250
BISAC: HEA016000
Language: English

The Magic: Herbs act in almost magical and astonishing ways — spasms may relax, pains vanish, constipation overcome, nervousness recede, headaches disappear, colds be banished, allergies counteracted, fevers controlled, blood flow arrested… the magic is endless.

The Proof: Traditional herbal remedies have led to the development of numerous ‘modern’ drugs; from aspirin, tranquilizers and chywanprash to heart saving digitalis, establishing beyond doubt the efficacy of ‘herbal medicine’.

The Book: This revised 2nd edition covers more than one hundred herbs, most of which are readily available (some even in your kitchen) and easily obtainable, and describes their specific healing properties, how the herb is useful in alleviating or preventing specific ailments; in most cases, the method of making and using herbal preparations is also explained. Index of ailments which can be effectively treated by herbs makes the book especially useful.

The Counterfeiter

The Counterfeiter: Abdul Karim Telgi and the Stamp Scam

Bhaswar Mukherjee

PRICE: £12.99  

138 x 216 mm

PUB MONTH: January 2022 

ISBN: 9789392834165



Telgi and the stamp scam? Didn’t that happen a quarter of a century ago?
Why now?

Because the complete story of the counterfeiter and scamster has never
been told before. Because the story of the sheer innovation and audacity of an underdog needs to be told. Because the complex web of corruption involving lawmakers and law-keepers continues. Because the crime has all the overtones of a Bollywood potboiler, replete with chases, corrupt government officials and policemen, political chicanery, bar dancers and yes, a murder too! Because of the many unanswered questions that remain, so many years after the crime and the death of Abdul Karim Ladsaab Telgi in 2017. How was it possible for a man like Telgi to establish a pan-India ‘business’ in 74 cities and reach such dizzying heights of power and pelf, amassing a personal wealth of over Rs 17,000 crore while swindling the economy to the tune of Rs 25,000 crore? How did he manage to undermine the hallowed institutions of India? What was the size of the scam? How did CBI peg the figure at a mere fraction of the guesstimated amount? The Counterfeiter… chronicles the audacious swindle by the flamboyant mastermind in a blow-by-blow account of its execution, investigation, charge sheets, legal developments, Telgi’s incarceration, trial, death – and finally exoneration. An unputdownable true-crime dossier!


Bhaswar Mukherjee calls himself an accidental writer. He has a degree in mechanical engineering and an MBA from IIM-Bangalore.After close to 18 years in multinational banks, he quit in 2005 to set up his own company, Bridgepoint Solutions Pvt Ltd, which provides consultancy and learning solutions in the banking domain. His short story, Unrequited, was selected in a contest by Readomania and was one of the two winning entries. Acceptance was selected by Sudha Murty and published by Penguin India. Another story, Garib Rath , was picked up by author Ravinder Singh for his anthology entry. Bhaswar has contributed to 11 anthologies and his solo anthology, It Happens: Stories of Human Relationships was published in May 2020.

Looks the audacious Rs 25,000 crore judicial stamp scam and its tentacles countrywide
Furnishes complete legal lowdown and chronology of forgery and swindle over a period of more than 25 years
Lists the court cases, process of justice, convictions and the ‘involvements’
Profiles kingpin Abdul Karim Ladsaab Telgi as a master conman and a flamboyant operator


Lovers of crime dossiers, non-fiction readers, journalists, writers, administration, police, investigators, researchers, govt departments, legal workers.

DO EPIC SHIT by Ankur Warikoo

ISBN: 9789391165482

Price:  £13.99

Over 60M views across social media.

Ankur Warikoo is an entrepreneur and content creator whose deep, witty and brutally honest thoughts on success and failure, money andinvesting, self-awareness and personal relationships

have made him one of India’s top personal brands.

Are you tired of feeling lazy and unmotivated? Then we have the perfect book for you…

In his first book, Ankur puts together the key ideas that have fuelled his journey – one that began with him wanting to be a space engineer and ended with him creating content that has been seen and read by millions. His thoughts range from the importance of creating habits for long-term success to the foundations of money management, from embracing and accepting failure to the real truth about learning empathy. This is a book to be read, and reread, a book whose lines you will underline and think about again and again, a book you will give your family and friends and strangers. Ankur hopes for this book to become the most gifted book ever!


MASALA AND MURDER by Patrick Lyons

  • Paperback 
  • 288 pages 
  • ISBN 978-93-91125-15-8
  • Fiction 
  • Price: £13.50
  • Olive Turtle

Patrick Lyons grew up reading crime novels, so it was only a matter of time before he started creating is own stories…

Times are tough for Samson Ryder, a Melbourne-based, Anglo-Indian private investigator who likes his facts cold and his curries hot. A secret guilt over the death of his sister has left him guarded and closed, costing him his relationship with his girlfriend, his parents and his faith.

When a wealthy Indian industrialist engages him to investigate how his daughter, a rising Bollywood starlet, died on a location shooting in Australia, Samson treats it as easy money. After all, the police had ruled out foul play. He soon comes to realise that this is also his opportunity for redemption, to help a family find the answers to their grief, the answers he couldn’t give to his own parents.

To uncover the truth, Samson goes back to the city of his birth, Mumbai and teams up with Mabel, his interpreter, Godmother and second-best cook in the world. Together, they prise off

the glittering mask of Bollywood and unveil an industry where friendships are fickle, affairs are currency, black magic and curses are rampant and hidden dangers lurk all around. Will Sam uncover the truth or will he be the next victim?