Network Marketing Aur Sales Mein Kaise Machaye Dhoom by K. K. Sinha

Network Marketing Aur Sales Mein Kaise Machaye Dhoom by [Sinha, K. K.]





यह किताब मैंने अपने 14 सालो के मार्केटिंग फिल्ड में काम करने के बाद लिखी है| सेल्स और मार्केटिंग के फिल्ड में जो मैंने जाना और सिखा वो यहा आपको बताया है| यह मैंने कुछ और चुनिन्दा सफल सेल्समेन और नेटवर्क मार्केटिंग में सफल ब्यक्तियो पर शोध करने के बाद लिखा है| मैंने कुछ नेटवर्क मार्केटिंग में सफल ब्यक्तियो और इन्सुरेन्स फिल्ड में जबरदस्त सफ़लता लाभ करने वाले लोगो पर शोध किया है| इस किताब में सफल सेल्समैन कैसे सफल बने और अपने नेटवर्क को किस तरह बनाया| कितने सालो तक उन्होंने महनत किया, क्या क्या तरीके अपनाए और सफल बने| यहा जो तरीके बताए गए है वह अगर कोई भी ब्यक्ति अपनाता है तो अपने सेल्स और मार्केटिंग फिल्ड में कामयाब बन सकता है| इस किताब में लोक कला को भी अच्छी तरह बताया गया है| मैंने अपने जीवन में कैसे लाखो लोगो को प्रभावित किया और क्या क्या अपनाया, कैसे परिवर्तन किया वह सब बताया है| आप भी अपने फिल्ड में इसे अपनाए और जबरदस्त ब्यक्तित्व बिकसित करे| लोक कला को जितना आप अपने अन्दर बिकसित करेंगे उतना ही आप हर फिल्ड में अपनाकर जबरदस्त सफलता पा सकते है| आप इस कला के सहारे हजारो और लाखो लोगो के सामने बात कर सकते है वो भी सम्पूर्ण अत्मबिस्वास के साथ|



Networking and marketing takes alot of reverence to form and for the plan to actually execute well.
This book is a short guide on how to take care of every aspect. Never forgetting to forget your worth and so as of the service of product. All the essentials that is needed has been broken down such as smiling, forming relations, asking again, knowing everything about your product. How to present oneself to your customers. Keeping a positive outlook on everything.
All the essentials are covered in a simple and understanding language. Being in hindi I’m sure it will reach the people who need it the most. Also it’s a short read which adds more to the book.
The title could have been something more short. Cover could have been made better. It was nice to know things about marketing that I didn’t know before.


They Go to Sleep by Saugata Chakraborty




A young widow of a drug overdose victim disappears from Goa. Three years later, a British National claims to know her whereabouts minutes before departing for London Heathrow. The Police of two states is pressed into a joint manhunt. ‘They Go to Sleep’ is a racy thriller on police procedure and criminal psychology.

In the year 2043, when nobody sends a letter anymore, an unlikely candidate decides to write about his springtime memories that are soon going to be erased. When his identity gets revealed, the impact on several individuals and the society at large assumes epic proportions. ‘A Man of Letters’ is a science fiction with humane emotions at its core.

A promising poet meets his muse on board a train. They share a captivating conversation but forget to ask each other’s name. Will they be able to meet again in an Indian metro? ‘What’s In a Name?’ is a humorous look at everything Bengali: gossip, fish, cutlets and the Kolkata Book Fair.

These three stories are joined by nine equally exhilarating tales of ordinary people and the choices that they make under extraordinary circumstances. The compilation will surely compel the readers to keep their midnight lamps burning.




This book came in a good condition where I was really bemused with the cover it has a certain kind of sadness and a certain amount of feeling happy in the solitude. The black and white picture really brings in all the feels for extremes of emotions. The book is a collection of amazing stories which had different themes and the moral of every story was cryptic. This book will only be understood well if you read it properly because of the way it has been written. I really liked the way narration has been done. I somewhere felt every story said something about cities and it’s people. Easy words have been used to make it more reachable to everyone.

The majority essence of the book is in the way it has been written in a mysterious way.

Over all 3.5/5.


Will You Stay?by Vedant Saxena, Annie Pruthi


Will You Stay? by [Saxena, Vedant, Pruthi, Annie]



Manya Sharma, a shy loner starts her college seeking life beyond her shell to find someone “who will stay?”.
Everything changes when she comes across an enigmatic senior, Shreyansh.
He is alluring, honest, lovable, yet haunted by his dark depressing past.
Manya finds herself under his spell and together they embark on a journey of self discovery, love and bittersweet life lessons.
They attempt to defy all odds, but at what cost?
Peek inside the life of Manya Sharma’s blank canvas and watch as her life explodes into a kaleidoscope of colorful hues, only to fade to black.

“If this love was water, I would’ve drowned in him.”

About The Authors
Vedant Saxena hails from Ghaziabad, a hotel management graduate from IHM Kurukshetra. He was a trainee at Le Méridien, New Delhi, before finding his niche in writing. He is also a self proclaimed grief-counsellor and motivator, who loves to help people, counselled dozens of people out of suicide, as well as people going through depression, anxiety & heartbreak. Apart from this, he loves to cook, read and travel. You can reach out to him through: Instagram–@Vedant_thereal Twitter–@Vedant_thereal.

Annie Pruthi is an old soul which nestles in a body of 17 year girl. She’s from Delhi and an alumni of St. Anthony’s School, currently pursuing her Bachelors from Gargi College, Delhi University. She likes to read and listen music. Instagram: @poetryandpoetess



will you stay is a sweetheart remembrance book filled in with so much more than just a story.

I was really impressed by the cover animation Not much not less just perfect to blend in with the curiosity of the blurb.

Diving in to the characters one could relate to them at some point or the other. They have been described nicely.

The book doesn’t feel like it has been coauthored.
The feeling and soft touch to the story remains throughout.

The story is set of college time which has intricate details and the college love which is so innocent.

The letters in between
Really have alot of heaviness in them.
Talking things that hit you.

I really loved how so many quotes are put about life and the emptiness that keeps bothering.

Many important aspects are covered in the story.

The book has a poetic effect to it which I really liked.

The book is of medium length.
The story is engaging.



The Panchatheertha Part 1 by Rajiv Mittal



The Panchatheertha Part 1 by [Mittal, Rajiv]




The Panchatheertha (five pilgrimages) is a facetious, satirical revision of sections 1 & 2 of The Panchatantra, the masterpiece Vishnu Sharma wrote between 1200 BCE to 300 CE. The stories are primarily about statecraft and full of wisdom and morals. Despite that, youngsters found them very entertaining. In the tales, animals act and speak on behalf of human beings. The series begins with a parent story that unfolds story after story; each strung to the other by a narrator.

Vishnu Sharma’s reincarnation Shiva Varma has, in this redraft, revived the ancient Indian tradition of parampara (continuation of knowledge from one guru to the next). In his excitement, he forgot the younger age group of his shishyas (students). His characters now try to explain the motives for their actions, also express their feelings; something The Panchatantra had cleverly avoided doing. Within its pages, animals are still made to think and behave like human beings but have not otherwise been harmed in any way.

The Panchatheertha was considered lost but the discovery of two altered strategies ‘The Loss of Friends’ and ‘Gaining Friends’ should create hope within the large and growing community that has had considerable success with the first and complete failure with the second. Those wanting to meet Rishi Shiva Varma are hereby informed he dislikes economists, preferring astrology. He is in samadhi (seclusion / deep meditation) and not (as insinuated by some philistines) in hiding.

There are many intriguing characters not known to Vishnu Sharma in this adaptation; from a sex consultant plying his trade in the locality Ajilundpenodhoka in district Makasam… to a devadasi (courtesan) wanting to conduct the temple prayers because she is bored… to Sage Narada Muni !!

Bibliophiles are urged to read the original Panchatantra (which Shiva Varma did consider including as an appendix), to truly appreciate the extent to which history gets distorted when it is made to explain itself. Historically, the appendix has been viewed as a vestigial organ with no real function. This is why Shiva Varma chose not to include it… or so he claims.





This is just the first part? Wow. It comes of from the famous Panchatantra stories which here has been named as panchatheertha. The cover seems to be historical and plain. I feel could have been better but goes well as long as the content is really beautiful. I will not lie the book is a long read but is really focused upon teachings. Reading this made me go back to childhood and on to stories which we all love so much. There are a few stories in this collection. From names to even characters it has been so well thought. The imagery will make you go to the particular story and make you feel like you’re actually watching everything happening in front of you. Really liked the stories. I’m not going to give away the stories as for that you’ll have to read this book! Narration is good. You’ll definitely learn something from the book!