Love, Arranged by Mother Nature by Gauri MittalAmrita is a dynamic woman, but with a lot of short comings. She is picky, guarded and does exactly what she loves. She has created a successful bakery in the heart of her city and following her love for pastry making Amrita now wants to become a professional pâtissière.
The plans are all made, life is going exactly where she wants it to. Until, her parents make her meet Arjun.
Arjun is a mature and suave man. Amrita is the last person he considers to be a match for himself. But she surprises him and he starts to open up more than he had ever intended to.
Filled with love, passion, zeal to excel, Gauri Mittals debut novel will make you fall in love again.
Short Stories to Make You Laugh
High up among the stars, a woman stands in an ethereal bedchamber. Her eyes resemble billowing flame; her irises dance with ever-changing colour. Her hair is woven with blossoms and leaves, and a single majestic peacock feather is tucked behind one ear. Her floor-length dress is the palest azure, cascading down around her in many layers of airy, sheer fabric. Her hands are pale, tinged blue and laced with mist that swirls up her arms and frames her heart-shaped face. Her fingers are enclosed gently around a hand mirror.
What a spicy sandwhich. I threw the paper plate and newspaper that was used to parcel the sandwhich on the road. I turned around but I found no one, I searched her in two three buildings too but I failed. I then again marched towards station but with a fear. I was shaking in fear. I was biting my nails in nervousness and I started running as fast as possible.
I don't know how things was up your way this past winter, but it was damn unpleasant here at Plumtree Crossin'. You know them stories about how the Ice Age.
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But you will know better when you become acquainted with her, and learn how strong she is, and how active; how she can really be in fifty places at once, taking care of a sick tree, or a baby flower just born; and, at the same time, building underground palaces, guiding the steps of little travellers setting out on long journeys, and sweeping, dusting, and arranging her great house,—the earth. And all the while, in the midst of her patient and never-ending work, she will tell us the most charming and marvellous stories of ages ago when she was young, or of the treasures that lie hidden in the most distant and secret closets of her palace; just such stories as you all like so well to hear your mother tell when you gather round her in the twilight. Stream audiobook and download chapters. Audiobook downloads. Search by: Title, Author or Keyword. She it is to whom God has given the care of the earth, and all that grows in or upon it, just as he has given to your mother the care of her family of boys and girls. You may think that Mother Nature, like the famous "old woman who lived in the shoe," has so many children that she doesn't know what to do.
There was a sweet and little innocent girl named Sunaina, who lived in Kumati, a small hilly village in Uttrakhand, India. Her village was so clean and beautiful, surrounded by green pine trees. There was no pollution in the village. Birds came to eat food in the houses; pet animals were kept kindly in their houses and were being taken care of. Living in that village, Sunaina always dreamt of Mother Nature, who was so beautiful.