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LIGHT FROM HEAVEN

Inderjit Kaur Barthakur

ISBN No. 978-81-89392-14-7

PB; 260 pages; 11cm x 17cm; 212 gms

Rs.120.00

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In this BOOK,  Dr. Barthakur enlivens your senses by the vivid description in ‘Gas, Ghosts and Orchids’ and you laugh in ‘Not to be : The Movie’. ‘She Knew’, ‘Tingling Warning’, ‘The Murky Water’, ‘Cobra in my Dream’ and ‘Jinxes of Providence’, are all so interesting supernatural tales, which may question the inner skeptic in us.  There are other supernatural tales like, ‘The Invisible Hand’, which draws you in from the beginning to end, both emotionally and intellectually. The story of ‘The Two Brothers,’ delivers powerful lasting impression. ‘Lord Krishna in the Guest House’, ‘By Passing a Pass’ and ‘Ghost at the Door Steps’ takes you in a world of inner faith. ‘The Celestial Experience’ is so thought provoking that it leaves you in profound contemplation.







Dr. I. K. Barthakur is well-known for her deep interest in economic development. In diverse fields, she has contributed invaluable original thought. This is also visible in her other books including several editions relating to a major scientific discovery which naturally enables the parents to conceive the desired gender of a baby at conception.

She received the prestigious national awards of ‘Padma Bhushan’ in 2009, ‘Padma Shree’ in 1992 – both from the President of India. As a student, she had received ‘Silver Medal’ for bravery. She received the ‘Mahila Shiromani Award’in 1989; ‘International Woman Award’ in 1992, ‘Bharat Jyoti Award’ in 2008; Indira Priyadarshini Award in 2011. These awards reflect her deep personal involvement and contributions she had made beyond the call of her duty.