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professor toofaanii publishers, East Lansing, MI USA is happy to announce their 98th book

Dreams Alone Survive

Dr Ravinder Kumar 'Ravi'

He is a prolific author, this is his 22nd book.

It is a poetry book.

Author's Preface:

A man without dreams is no man. These are his dreams which keep him going. Dreams inspire us all. Death of dream is the saddest tragedy. We knit our own dreams and keep moving in life. When a dream is unfulfilled either we pursue it more vigorously or the dream dies an untimely death, so we feel. Dreams do not die. They just take back seat. Dreams, as the saying goes, do not come true on their own, they are to be achieved, which means one has to work for it. Day dreaming is nothing but a cynical lazy proposition. You dream big; you work big time to realize them. You dream small; you work small time. What is called low achievers.


Man is nothing but a bundle of dreams, some realised ones and many more unfulfilled ones (not dead ones) Death of dream rather capacity and fiery desire to dream if that is dead then it is death of man. Man is mortal. Dreams are forever!


So, dream on! For Dreams alone survive!


Paperback, 6 by 9 in, 55 pages.
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professor toofaanii publishers, East Lansing, MI USA is proud to announce the publication of

Beete Hue Din (Forgotten Memories of Hindi Cinema) Hardback

Interviews with Actresses of the Golden Era of Hindi Cinema

Shishir Krishna Sharma

in the HARDCOVER edition, Both the English and the Hindi versions are available.

I am not counting these as new books.

So, if you are trying to buy this book and the price seems high, then you are buying the HARDCOVER book!

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professor toofaanii publishers is proud to announce their 65th book:

The One And Only Common Man

by Dhiru Mistry

This book is based on the memoirs of Dhiru Mistry, an award-winning documentary film maker, Table Tennis champion and an accomplished classical dancer. It contains stories from his life in Bomaby, Rajpipla, Vadodara and other places, his memories of filmy people and the royal family Gaekwad.

The book is in English, 6 by 9 paperback, 132 pages, has Table of Contents.

As usual the first 15 pages may be read here.