आनंदी माल्टी जोशी द्वारा
लघु कथाओं का संग्रह
स्वर: अiस्था अरोड़ा, अनमोल शर्मा, पलक मेहता और किर्ती रोहिल्ला
Forty Life Stories of Courage and Accomplishment
By Mukta Aneja & Eyeway Team
A.K. Mittal–Consulting Editor:
J.L. Kaul, George Abraham — Editors
Published by: All India Confederation of the Blind sector – 5, Rohini, Delhi – 110085, India
On the Occasion of the Confederation’s SILVER JUBLIEE Celebrations 2005
dedicated to the loving memory of LAL ADVANI The Doyan of the Disability Movement in India
Presented by: Shivangi Sharma and Rani Kochar
To download or play click the following links: 40 blind acheivers original tracks with mp3
The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act:
Editor: Sheela Ramanathan
Presented by: Shristhi Kathuria and Shivangi Sharma
This is a compilation of commentary on the Domestic Violence, women face, which goes normally unreported because of the lack of a support system. The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act 2005 has tried to recognise the difficulties women face due to violence and discrimination and seeks to design a system to provide relief to the victims of such violence.
Every lady in our country must make herself aware of the rights given to her by this Act, for their own use or to help other women.
To download or play click: A Life Free From Violence The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act audiobook
Why i am an atheist?
Main nastik kyun Haan?
By: Shaheed Bhaghat Singh
Presented By: Jaswinder Kaur
Recorded at Disha Recording Studio, Chandigarh. Disha – Harbinger of Social change & Development, is an NGO working to support Person’s with Disability and uphold their Dignity, Honour and Pride with esteem. Disha is Recording Audio Book’s for Student’s and General Book’s for all Visually Impaired. Disha has established a Recording studio at Chandigarh.
Now Read why i am an atheirst?
By Shaheed Bhaghat singh
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The Affluent society
Writer: John Kenneth Galbraith
Presented by: Dharmesh Meena and Kirti Rohilla
Wealth is not being its advantages and the case to the contrary, although it has often been made, has never proved widely persuasive. But, beyond doubt, wealth is the relentless enemy of understanding. The poor man has always a precise view of his problem and its remedy: he hasn’t enough and he needs more. The rich man can assume or imagine a much greater variety of ills and he will be correspondingly less certain of their remedy. Also, until he learns to live with his wealth, he will have a well observed tendency to put it to the wrong purposes or otherwise to make himself foolish.
As with individuals so with nations. And the experience of nations with well being is exceedingly brief. Nearly all, throughout all history, have been very poor. The exception, almost insignificant in the whole span of human existence, has been the last few generations in the comparatively small corner of the world populated by europeans. Here, and especially in the united states, there has been great and quite unprecedented affluence.