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Home Cleaning

Summary

In any home, some cleaning-related tasks spark dread in some members of the household, while others don’t mind them at all. For example, one person might detest emptying the dishwasher, and therefore, complete other chores that he or she likes more, or at least is willing to do. Do you think it’s fair to be able to pick and choose when it comes to cleaning and home maintenance? What if everyone likes and dislikes the same tasks? How are chores delegated in your household? Do your kids expect clean folded clothes to magically appear in their drawers? Do they roll their eyes when you suggest they clean the bathroom? By racing in to make their lives easy, have you unintentionally reinforced your children’s belief that the world revolves around them? If you accept that one invests energy at home, it is vital to clean it, since we shed a great deal of skin cells. Because of the manufacturing of skin cells and dust, it is fitting that we clean our floors, and covers occasionally, to improve air quality. We need to breathe clean air. And if we are to prevent odors from cooking, the infestation of gnats, rodents, mice, and other vermin, we need to have a clean environment. Consistent upkeep of a home, as far as cleanliness and orderliness, is, to a great degree, key to our physical wellbeing and emotional wellness. A spotless and clean home diminishes stress and enhances emotional wellbeing, consequently enhancing personal satisfaction. Envision the joy of strolling into a spotless home by the day's end or strolling into an impeccable kitchen in the morning while at the same time scrambling for work. Both occasions are mitigating of stress and to a great degree relieving, once addressed. Living or flourishing in filthy conditions can be unpleasant, undesirable, and disturbing. A clean house is a healthy house. 

©2017 Ashley Diaz (P)2018 saksham sharma

Narrator: ANJALI SARKAR
Author: ASHLEY DIAZ
Length: 49 mins
Available on Audible
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Indian Instant Pot Cookbook

Summary

Do you want to try cooking traditional Indian recipes? Are you looking for a way to make cooking an Indian meal easier? Have you been dying to put your Instant Pot to use for traditional, tasty recipes? Then this book is for you! This book can help you to cook traditional, tasty Indian recipes with easy ingredients without sacrificing flavor! Indian cooking often takes hours to prepare and cook, but with your Instant Pot, there’s no reason to slave in the kitchen. In this book, you won’t be cutting corners to shave off the time. Instead, you’ll learn traditional recipes that will delight your taste buds and your guests! From vegetarian recipes to drinks and dessert, you’ll find there’s a recipe for everyone. 

©2018 Avi D (P)2018 Avi D Publishing

Narrator: ANJALI SARKAR
Author: Siri Singh
Length: 1 hr and 15 mins
Available on Audible
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Story of Sita

Summary

Was Ravana really a demon? Was Rama the perfect hero? History is always written by the winner, who is a male. What kind of hardships were endured by his closest kin to make him one? His wife Sita was the most affected by his needs. Sita is the epitome of womanhood. She is an emotional pillar to her father in childhood and her husband after marriage. She is an ambassador of the values of Ayodhya during her captivity and is rewarded with rejection by her husband for all her struggles. This is the story of her emotional development from a love-struck teenager to an empty-nested single mother. She is greatly revered even today in the island nation of Sri Lanka. In the far northern reaches of Bihar and in Nepal daughters are never named Sita for fear of their struggling, like her through life.

©2017 Leadstart Publishing Pvt Ltd (P)2017 Leadstart Publishing Pvt Ltd

Narrator: ANJALI SARKAR
Length: 11 hrs and 57 mins
Available on Audible
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The Mind-Body Problem

Summary

In this book, each of the possible positions concerning the relationship between mind and body is clearly explained and thoroughly critiqued. It is concluded that, although mental events are identical with physical events, mentalistic statements are not equivalent with physicalistic statements. It is also shown that the way in which mentalistic statements are non-equivalent with physicalistic statements is deeper than the way in which biological statements are non-equivalent with microphysical statements. In other words, the sense in which mind and body lie on opposite sides of an "explanatory gap" is much stronger than the sense in which biology and microphysics do so.

©2016 John-Michael Kuczynski (P)2016 John-Michael Kuczynski

Narrator: ANJALI SARKAR
Length: 1 hr and 7 mins
Available on Audible
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Learn Hindi Numbers

Summary

Do you want to learn the Hindi language but don't know where to start? Are you confused about which Hindi books to buy? Why not start by learning the Hindi numbers? This simple book contains Hindi numbers along with its English version. Why not buy this Hindi learning book and start learning the Hindi numbers? Anyone wanting to learn the Hindi language can use this book.

©2016 Shalu Sharma (P)2016 Anjali Sarkar

Narrator: ANJALI SARKAR
Author: Shalu Sharma
Length: 9 mins
Available on Audible