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Rich Dad Poor Dad

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NPR 640

April 2017 marks 20 years since Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad Poor Dad first made waves in the Personal Finance arena. It has since become the #1 Personal Finance book of all time translated into dozens of languages and sold around the world. Rich Dad Poor Dad is Robert's story of growing up with two dads his real father and the father of his best friend, his rich dad and the ways in which both men shaped his thoughts about money and investing. The book explodes the myth that you need to earn a high income to be rich and explains the difference between working for money and having your money work for you.

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China Harayeko Manchhe by Hari

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China Harayeko Manchhe is an autobiography written by Hari Bansha Acharya. The storyline of Cheena Harayako Manchhe, is about a simple godfearing man who happens to lose his "China" or "Cheena" (horoscope). The autobiography depicts the author's childhood memories, fantasies and the struggles he had to face during his adolescent years. According to the author the book is the tribute to his late wife Meera and proceeds from the book will go to a trust of her name.

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Aba Yasto Kahilyai Nahos (Babu

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पृथ्वीनारायण शाहले आफ्नो बल, बुद्धि तथा पराक्रमद्वारा अनेकौं राज्यमा विभक्त पुरानो नेपाल एकीकरण गरी आफ्ना उत्तराधिकारीलाई नासोका रुपमा सुम्पिएका थिए ।

तर उनको मृत्युपश्चात् नेपालमा घात प्रतिघातका अनेकौं शृङ्खला चलिरहे । शिक्षा, उद्योगधन्दा तथा व्यापार व्यवसाय विस्तार गरी देशका सर्वसाधारण नागरिकलाई सुखसुविधा उपलब्ध गराउँदै जानुको सट्टा देशका तात्कालिक प्रमुख प्रशासकहरु आफ्नो परिवार र भाइबन्धुको सुखसुविधा तथा सत्तामोहमै व्यस्त रहे । फलतः समाज विकासक्रम रोकियो र नेपाल विश्वको एउटा निर्धन राष्ट्रका रुपमा परिणत हुन पुग्यो । 

घातप्रतिघातका शृङ्खला रोकिऊन्, यस्ता घटना कहिल्यै नदोहोरिऊन् भन्ने उद्देश्यले अब यस्तो कहिल्यै नहोस् प्रकाशन गरिएको थियो । तर इतिहास दोहोरिँदो रहेछ,जुन राजा वीरेन्द्रविक्रम शाहको समूल वंशनाशबाट पनि प्रमाणित भयो ।

(This book lists 11 incidents that have changed the courses of Nepalese history. They include Damodar Panday's dominance, house-arrests of Queen Rajyalaxmi & King Rajendra Bikram, Kot massacre, PM Rannodwips assassin)

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Introducing Buddha

NPR 480

Introducing Buddha - Hope, Jane (Old/Bargain)

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Pariwartankari Karyashailee

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It is the thinking, attitude, and function that makes people humble and rich. If you can change it, you can get what you want. Based on the principle-based and character-based on Nepali environment and experience for those who want to transform lives.

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Khas Samrajyama Baudhha Dharma

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Rise and fall of Buddhism in Khasa Empire byBasanta Maharjan.

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Valmiki Ramayan

NPR 952

Originally written in Sanskrit in a thirty-two syllable meter,the Ramayana is ostensibly the story of prince Rama of Ayodhya-believed to be an incarnation of Lord Vishnu-and how he became king,the choices he made and the battles he fought in order to remain on the righteous path. Valmiki's Ramyana.multi-layered and often symbolic,encompasses the most important aspects of ancient Indian cilture-a value system based on honour and duty,kinship,social and filial ideals and most importantly,the concept of dharma.

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Ramayana

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The Ramayana is the most well-known Indian epic. This epic is retold in simple language supplemented with bright colourful illustration.

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Xi Jinping

NPR 299

Xi Jinping is a Chinese politician serving as the general secretary of the Communist Party of China, president of the People's Republic of China, and chairman of the Central Military Commission.

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Success Secrets of Amazon

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Jeff Bezos 14 winning principles Jeff Bezos created one of the worlds most valuable companies and, in the process, became the worlds richest person. Amazon was the fastest company to reach $100 billion in sales ever. And, Bezos started by selling books online. How did he do it? Fortunately, Bezos has provided the hidden in plain sightroadmap he used. If followed, business owners can't help but become more successful. For the last 21 years, Bezos has personally written letters to shareholders that reveal the underlying principles and strategies he used to grow Amazon. For the first time, success secrets of Amazon unlocks the key lessons, mind-set, principles, and steps Bezos continues to use to make Amazon the massive success it is today. Applying these principles helps drive higher, faster results. Anderson shows business owners, executives, and leaders how to apply Bezos practices to watch their business become more efficient, productive, and successful-fast!.

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Autobiography of Benjamin Fran

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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin is the unfinished record of Benjamin Franklinâ??s life written by Franklin himself and is one of the most influential examples of an autobiography ever written. Franklinâ??s account of his life is divided into four parts, reflecting the different periods at which he wrote them. The first publication of The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, Part One, was published in Paris, in French in 1791. It wasn't until 1818 that the full version of Franklinâ??s autobiography was published by his grandson, William Temple Franklin, who did not include Part Four because he has previously traded away the original holograph of the Autobiography for a copy that contained only the first three parts. In addition, Franklinâ??s grandson felt free to make stylistic revisions to his grandfatherâ??s autobiography. W.T. Franklin's text was the standard version of the Autobiography for half a century, until John Bigelow purchased the original manuscript in France and in 1868 published the most reliable text that had yet appeared, including the first English publication of Part Four. This edition of Autobiography of Ben Franklin comes from the original manuscript of Ben Franklinâ??s Memoirs and is presented in its entirety for enjoyment by all English speakers

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JUMLA: A Nurse's Story

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Radha Paudel trained as a nurse. She left a government job in her home town in Chitwan and went to Jumla to work for the Safe Motherhood Programme at a time when the Maoist conflict was at its most intense. She was in Khalanga, the Jumla district headquarters when the Maoists launched a massive attack in November 2002. Radha fell in love with Jumla and the entire Karnali region and founded Action Works Nepal, a non-government organisation committed to improving the lives of the people there, among the poorest in Nepal. In 2012, the University of San Diego acknowledged her as a Woman Peacemaker and in the same year, the United Nations Development Programme honoured her with the N-Peace Award for her contribution to peace-building. In 2014, she received the Youth Talent Award from the Government of Nepal in recognition of her role as a humanitarian and social activist. She won the prestigious literary award Madan Puraskar for Khalangama Hamala, the original Nepali version of this book in 2014

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