Color with crayons Part-1 is a 16 page paperback book for beginners. The book has some interesting drawings along with basic shapes like squares, triangles and circles. This book can be recommended to children who have just started or are about to start coloring. This book comes in English and enables your little ones to have a lot of fun coloring the pictures. The pictures can be colored using crayons or pencil colors. The pictures are big enough for young ones to color well. The paper quality of the book is also good.
This book, dedicated to Sushant Singh Rajput, was a thought originally until Willking decided to pen everything down and wanted to tell the world how hollow our lives are without his presence. Willking had always adored Sushant, his talent, and his works.
The Indian film industry is a galaxy of superstars who sparkle with brightness. However, there are very few among the lot who end up leaving an impression in our lives forever. Kishore Kumar is one such legend who is still reminisced for his multiplicity of talents and his songs that still stands popular among the present generation who hum his songs.
An actor whose eyes narrate a sea of stories. Irrfan Khan is a gentle dreamer with arresting eyes, a towering presence and an illustrious filmography. Most of us know the man only through the characters that he has played: Roohdaar in Haider, Maqbool in the eponymous film, Rana in Piku, Saajan in The Lunchbox, and of course, Ashoke in The Namesake. Today, these characters have made him a recognized name around the world. Irrfan Khan is an intimate and meticulously researched account of this refreshingly unique and unconventional Indian icon.
'I am a product of traditional India and its ancient wisdom, and modern India and its urban bustle. My upbringing was always an amalgamation of the two Indias, and, just as much, of East and West.'Unfinished takes readers from Priyanka's childhood in India, where she was raised by her grandparents and her parents-two army doctors committed not only to their children but to their careers and to philanthropy-before being sent away to boarding school at an early age; through her formative teenage years in the US living with extended family in the Midwest (Cedar Rapids and Indianapolis), Queens, and suburban Boston, where she endured bouts of racism; to her return to India, where she unexpectedly won the national and global beauty pageants (Miss India and Miss World) that launched her acting career.
As Kabir bares his soul, the stories come tumbling out. That first magical encounter with the Beatles as a student in Delhi. The sudden move to Bombay, away from home, friends and college. His exciting years in advertising, his extraordinarily successful career abroad and his many painful setbacks. His relationships with the irrepressible Protima Bedi and the dazzling Parveen Babi that changed the course of his life. Of the scars they left, and the trauma of three divorces, and how he finally found fulfilment. And why his beliefs have changed.
The ultimate guide to human-centered designEven the smartest among us can feel inept as we fail to figure out which light switch or oven burner to turn on, or whether to push, pull, or slide a door.The fault, argues this ingenious -- even liberating -- book, lies not in ourselves, but in product design that ignores the needs of users and the principles of cognitive psychology. The problems range from ambiguous and hidden controls to arbitrary relationships between controls and functions, coupled with a lack of feedback or other assistance and unreasonable demands on memorization.
All you need is a digital camera and this bestselling book to unlock your full potential as a photographer!This handbook will help you improve your skills, give you a fresh perspective on how to approach a shoot, and which equipment will work best.
Vincent van Gogh’s story is one of the most ironic in art history. Today, he is celebrated the world over as one of the most important painters of all time, recognized with sell-out shows, feted museums, and record prices of tens of millions of dollars at auction.
The world of cinematography has changed more in the last few years than it has since it has in 1929, when sound recording was introduced. New technology, new tools and new methods have revolutionized the art and craft of telling stories visually. While some aspects of visual language, lighting and color are eternal, shooting methods, workflow and cameras have changed radically.