Top 10 Books for 4th week of July 2015

Top 10 Books for kinige 4th week of July 2015

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1 Prachina Bharatadesa Charitra K.Balagopal New-Entry
2 Naa Smruthilo Cheguvera Fidel Castro New-Entry
3 Night Suryadevara Rammohana Rao New-Entry
4 Othello William Shakespeare Re-Entry
5 Sri Sri Jayabheri Telakapalli Ravi New-Entry
6 Saayamkaalamaindi Gollapudi Maruthi Rao Re-Entry
7 A to Z Investment Guide sriniwaas Re-Entry
8 Rudrudu Madhubabu Since 3 weeks
9 Bharata Swatatra Poratam 1857 to 1947 Bipin Chandra Re-Entry
10 Gulliver Sahasa Yatralu Reddy Raghavaiah Re-Entry

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Top 10 Books for 3rd week of July 2015

Top 10 Books for kinige 3rd week of July 2015

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1 Sirikakolanu Chinnadi Dr. Veturi Sundara Ramamurthy Re-Entry
2 Okkade Suryadevara Rammohana Rao Since 2 Weeks
3 Navvipodurugaaka.. Katragadda Murari Since 6 Weeks
4 Naku Devuni Chudalani Undi Ravuri Bharadwaja Re-Entry
5 Loya Nunchi Sikharaniki Yandamoori Veerendranath Since 5 Weeks
6 Siggu Padite Success Raadu! Dr Vaasili Vasanta Kumar Re-Entry
7 Money Purse 8 Vanga Rajendra Prasad Since 2 Weeks
8 Rudrudu Madhubabu Since 2 Weeks
9 Deva Rahasyam Kovela Santhosh Kumar Re-Entry
10 Athadu Amenu Jayinchaadu Merlapaka Murali Re-Entry

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Few more days left – Kinige Novel competition 2014

Thank you very much for the response.

Only few more days left – June 6th is the last day to submit your novel.

We are getting some requests for extending the date – but Kinige competitions we have a strict rule (current  competitions and future competitions) not to tamper with dates.

Having said that – We want to make it easy for you:

1. Please ePublish your novel

2. Submit your draft – whatever stage it might be.

Then you can submit the final version of your novel by June 15th 2014.

 

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Create a Future

(An extract from the book “Fire Within” authored by Mr. V. Venu Bhagavan)

There is an order in the world and we have three gods indicating that order. That is Brahma-Vishnu-Maheshwara. That is the future, the present and the past. We can say the God is Generator, Operator and Destroyer.

Brahma is the creator, Vishnu is the preserver and Maheshwara is the destroyer. That means, you need to create a future that inspires you in the present. Such a future, such a goal will transform your being into the present moment.

Imagine you are waiting at a railway station on a chilled & drizzling night to receive an old lady who is a distant relative coming to see your city. You have no interest either in receiving her nor accompanying her for the next two days and showing her the entire city on your bike. But you have to do it as your father has asked you to do so. Now, an announcement is made that the train is running an hour late. Then, what would be your state of mind in such a helpless moment? Frustrated, angry?

Now imagine yourself in the same situation once again with the only change being that the one who is arriving is your uncle’s beautiful daughter coming to see your city. You not only have to receive her on a chilly night, but you would also have to accompany her for the next two days and show her different places in the city on your bike. Now, what would your state of mind be? Excited?

The future is not yet but it is now and here. The situation is the same, the weather outside is the same, but the weather inside you has changed. This is called inside out. If a car has a problem in the engine, changing the paint or polishing will not help. If the engine is tuned first, then paint and polish have some significance.

The future is empty and meaningless. That means we can create any meaning you want. The future is an absolute potential. It is like an empty fertile land. You can sow any seeds of your choice. If you do not sow any seeds, by default weeds will grow. And if you are lucky, maybe a fruit tree also would grow, but life is too precious to be left to chance. By default the past enters your future. By design you can create a future and live the life you love.

The challenges of our time require a whole new mind set. Invest in yourself now and create your future.

Past is non-existential, so is future. Past is no more and future is not yet, only the present is. And that is why it is a present.

Life is like a game of cricket. You can have any goal to achieve, yet you must focus on the ball and play fully then the score board changes automatically. But imagine what would happen if you look at the score board every time you face the ball…Yes, you get bowled.

The most important thing before creating a future, a vision is to develop a sense of self. A sense of purpose, sense of our own unique talents. Before creating a future or a goal one must ask himself/herself What work tap into my core genius? My unique ability? My energy?  What’s my calling which I have been longing for a long time deep within?  Acquiring answers for such questions needs deep reflection.

The chapters on self-image can help you to get a glimpse of your real work of life.

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Click the following link to buy the inspirational eBook “Fire Within” from Kinige and continue to read the rest of the article.

Fire Within On Kinige

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ePublish your books @ Kinige

Are you an author ? Looking to ePublish your works at kinige.com..?
Now you can easily epublish your works at kinige.com by yourself in minutes.

All you need to have:

  1. Cover pages of your book (cover page format can be JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, PDF, PSD, CDR)
  2. Soft copy of the Book in text format (PDF, Pagemaker, PMD, P65, Microsoft word documents) — Please note, scanned PDFs, text as image PDFs are not accepted.
  3. Unambiguous Copyrights on the Book should be with you.

Visit Kinige.com and register (registration is free)

Now login to your kinige account and click on ePublish your book link  (top right side)

The following four options will be displayed.

Select the option that suits to your book and click on Start publishing your eBook now on Kinige link. This consists of three steps

Step I: In this step You will be asked to fill the details of the book (like book name, language, price..)
as shown in the figure…

Fill the following details in the respected fields…enter the book name in respected language (Suppose the book is written in Telugu language, the title should be in Telugu (తెలుగు), The name of the book in English, The language of the book and MRP Price of the book, Book price after Discount details should be filled.
Once the MRP and Discount prices are filled remaining fields will be automatically filled by the system according to the given details.

In case the book is only for adults, Tick this option.

Please make sure you read and understand terms and conditions. Then click next button to agree terms and conditions.

Step II: In first field enter the words(tags) that indicate the book. Examples … telugu stories, short stories, kids stories, book with images, graphic book.
In the second field choose the category of your book from the drop down list.

You can optionally choose a second category too.
Finally, give a brief description about the book in respected language(If the book is in telugu, enter the text in telugu) and click on Finish.

Step III: Now you will see a confirmation message that you have successfully completed the 2nd step and you are asked to submit the book running text(soft copy) and cover pages to submit@kinige.com via email for completing the 3rd step. The same message will be mailed to you as well.

If you have any queries, write an email to support@kinige.com

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How to create myList on Kinige.com

myLists are ‘your’ own list of recommended books to others. For example one can create a list ‘My top ten books’ or ‘Must read books’ or ‘Awesome political books”.

Think about the myList you are going to create. Think about what you are going to call it. (do not call it simply myList, give some good name, like Vinod’s recommended books or Must read Telugu poetry books)

Step1: Choose one of the books you would like to add to your myList, and visit the book page on Kinige. Step2: On the book page, a little below cover image (above comments section) you can see Add to myList link. Click on it.

Step3: Describe why the book is part of this myList. (Your views, opinions, recommendations). This is important this gives folks an idea of why you are recommending this book.

Step4: Now either click on create a new myList or  add it to one of your existing myLists.

Step5: While creating new myList, make sure you give proper name to your myList and a brief lucid description.

Visit other book pages and add them to the myList. You can add as many books as you wish to a myList. Though 10 to 20 is recommended. You can create multiple myLists.

once you have done, myLists can be visited from your profile page. (or) you can use this link http://kinige.com/kmylist.php

For sharing mylist visit your myLists and open the myList you want to share and then share the URL!

Note:

The opinions expressed in myLists are those of myList creators, and do not necesarily reflect the views of Kinige Digital Technologies Private Limited.

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1. వెన్నెల్లో ఆడపిల్ల
2. రామాయణ విషవృక్షం
3. అందమైన జీవితం
4. ఎవరితో ఎలా మాట్లాడాలి
5. నిర్జన వారధి
6. కాళికాలయం
7. వీరభద్రారెడ్డి
8. డేగరెక్కల చప్పుడు
9. శబ్బాష్‌రా శంకరా!
10. మారుతీయం
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The Human Mind

The mind is the seat of prejudices, likes, dislikes, love, hatred and all other feelings. Action emanates from the decisions made by the mind. How does the mind form a decision? We can say either the mind is composed of a number of feelings come out of the mind. When there are a thousand ideas in the mind and when the mind is oscillating from one idea to another, how can the mind take a decision? The decision of the mind can only take place when certain ideas predominate over others or when certain ideas are given certain preference to. This predomination or preference is more done because of the mundane things. The worldly interests of man always have a greater sway over the mind. It may also be said that if you think that the mind is critical it can be divided into two parts; the upper part and the lower part. Perhaps the volume of the lower part is greater than the latter. The lower part deals with the worldly thoughts. The selfish part of man which considers the utility of a thing is in its worldly things. The upper part is not prone to the worldly considerations. It leads a man to higher considerations other than utility and other things. In a grown up man it assumes its full development as far as the lower part of the mind is concerned. The upper part of it remains undeveloped.
Kings and administrators have no concern with the development of the upper part of the mind. It is the concern of the Sages and religious masters to see that the upper part of the mind should be equally developed. The upper part of the mind, when developed, results in magnanimity, pity, consideration for others, correct understanding of things and divine thoughts. It is no business of the administrator to see that an individual is magnanimous in his actions.
His purpose is to see the man a loyal citizen and he pays his taxes regularly. The administrator perhaps expects the man even in society to believe civilly, for uncivil actions are punished by the administrators. Here the administrator assumes authority over things. He does not take care to develop. He teaches the citizen or expects the citizen to be loyal, to be dutiful and to be a good subject when certain actions are prescribed to you. You are expected to prepare your mind, or mould your character. To suit the actions that are prescribed to you the administrator asks you or expects you to pay a certain amount of tax. He assumes your monetary sufficiency for it. His estimates in this are more often fanciful.
It may not be a correct assessment but many a time he is not faulty. He has statistics prepared and the statistics belie him. This is not the state of things when the administrator punishes you for an inhuman action or a cruel one. There is no assessment made there. In the outside world you have some property which is supervised by the many officers on which his assessment may rest – but as for the cruelty and the citizen’s inhumanness and his insurgent attitude in certain things, there are no officers appointed to evaluate your intellectual attitudes where, the sage and the religious present.
The king should consider these gentle officers. They must be maintained by the king at his own cost. But here in the field of levying taxes etc., the king has his own returns. In the field of the spiritual advancement the king gets no returns. He may consider that part as some labor lost.
When the world began to grow more industrial then the people’s minds have been concentrating upon profits. And when the politicians began to think that there is soul, they thought the soul is a mere concoction of certain spiritual men. Gradually a stress was there, grievously upon intellectual developments and spiritual education is removed. People are allowed to think in their own way and no check is put upon the vagaries of the human mind.
The upper part of the mind which has closer connections with the part of the spiritual energy which may be said to be the soul is completely ruled out and in this modern set up a man ceases to have an individual life. He is nothing but a fraction of a conglomerated social life, which is the result of a political philosophy that is set on foot by a group of thinkers of modern economy and competition for life. Every group of such philosophers cry from house-tops that the best interests they have in their mind are for the common welfare of the humanity. They look at men not as individuals but as a group. The group is taken into one block. The different parts of this group have no separate existence.
But every man has a body and when different men should act up the ideas of a group, his physical existence is yet not out and he must merge himself into the polity of the group. What does that mean?
It means that the mind of every individual should be so disciplined not to give any thought to his individual existence or to think that there is no individual existence. He must think that the group only exists. If that were to be the case can we prove that any man is born with group mind? Is it not a fact that he is born with an individual mind? Now people may say that the mind is nothing but the outgrowth of the environment and breeding. When you create these two things in such a manner as to make the man grow with a group-mind you question yourself whether it is an individual mind or group mind that he is having. That mind, if allowed to have its own growth, becomes an individual mind. Under restrictions it may to be a group mind. But the mind grow is there.
That mind is not your creation. When that mind is not in its real state you call the man insane. You can’t develop insane man into a developed mind. In an insane man there is the individual mind and so you cannot say a mind is nothing but the result of the mould you give. What is this mind? If you don’t accept the soul that is behind it, there will be no mind. Some religious philosophers accept the mind without the existence of the soul. They call it instinct in insects and other small beings. You may say so but with horses, cattle, dogs elephants and monkeys you cannot call it instinct.
We can quote thousands of instances to prove that these animals have the working of a mind. They do such acts which require thinking and deliberation. In these animals the mind is half grown. This naturally drives you to the conclusion that the so called instinct in the insects is also the mind not at all developed. Hence they have mind. Mind has no separate existence. It has no connection with the soul behind it. When you are killing the individual mind and, in its place, grafting it into the group mind you are killing the soul. Then in what way is the human being superior to the beast? Beasts live in group. Undeveloped creatures are forced to live in groups. A lion or a tiger hunts individually rarely. They hunt in groups with families.
After developing into a big society man also lives in a group. Yet, as a highly developed mental being, he has an individual mind and should not be an equal to a beast. It may be asked: “What if a human being is also made to live like the developed beast in the kingdom of beasts without the life of the present day? You accept at least that a man can think and in doing so he is different from the animal. You do not accept individual thinking and you impose group thinking which is the result of your political philosophy. This philosophy is the result of the individual mind of a political philosopher. So the group mind theory, at every stage of its evolution, is the result of the individual thinking. This is the first defect of the fundamental concepts of the political philosopher who introduces group thinking. Hence this group thinking theory, when imposed upon others by the philosopher who does not follow but who imposes, surely hampers the growth of the individual mind and life in others. It is the right of an individual to think independently because he has a soul. Let him think for himself about his own soul, salvation and the ephemeral want. Let not the other man, in the attractive name of the political philosopher impose upon him, a mind which makes him a beast and a mind which he don’t want. But the political philosopher does it because he has to grind his own axe!

Viswanatha Satyanarayana
(Source: Jayanthi Magazine, October–December 2009)

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Jayanthi magazine is available in digital form with kinige.

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Kinige Newsletter V2.2

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Kinige Books on Android

Kinige books can be read on Android phones! This is a tutorial for the same.

In a nutshell :

Use Aldiko application (free) and add http://kinige.com to its catalogs. That’s all you can browse kinige.com and read just like on normal PC.

 

In Detail :

Pre-requisites:

The following tutorial assumes you are familiar with http://kinige.com on desktop, you have already Kinige balance and you have Adobe ID ready to use.

If you are not familiar with above things, we strongly recommend you to read our previous tutorial Reading First Kinige Book – before proceeding further.

Step 1: Install Aldiko application.

1a. Visit Android market place from your phone and search for Aldiko.

1b. Click on top displayed item. Aldiko Book Reader FREE.

1c.  Click on FREE button.

1d. Click on OK button.

“Your Item will be downloaded”

 

1e. You can see progress from top bar.

1f. Once it says Successfully installed, click on it to open Aldiko.

2. Setting up Aldiko first time to browse, read Kinige books:

2a. . Now once Aldiko is opened, click on HOME image on top left.

2b. Click on My catalogs.

2c. Click on PLUS button on top right (+)

 

2d. Add Kinige to your catalog:

Title = Kinige

URL = http://kinige.com

2e. It will be visible like below.

3. Browsing Kinige books:

3a. Open Aldiko, if not already opened, and visit HOME, followed by My catalogs, Click on Kinige (we recently added)

3b. Kinige will be opened.

 

3c. Just like on PC you can login, and browse and purchase books.

Click on right top Login link.

3d. Complete Login and browse your favorite book!

(Tip: If you already purchased books , you can visit MY Books from top right, and re-download them and read – provided you use same Adobe ID)

Note: Telugu text may not be visible, don’t worry once you purchase the book, it will be readable in Telugu. You can even download Free Preview and see!

3e. Click on Buy or Rent depending upon your choice.

3f. Click on “Download Book”

3g. Authorize Adobe ID.

3h. File will be downloaded.

3i. Book will be added to your library!

3j. Click on it to open the book !

Happy Reading!

 

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