Gleema Greeting

Gleema Greeting
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Description:

Author: Ritu Chakrabarti
Pages: 100
Year of Publication: 2013
Price: Rs 150
ISBN:
978-93-5045-045-1 (9789350450451)

About the Author:
Ritu Chakrabarti juggles a career in information technology with writing. Her short stories, poems and technical articles have been published in various journals and magazines. She grew up in Kolkata and now lives in Bangalore with her family.

Teaser:
In her foreword to the book, Chakrabarti writes:

“Since childhood, I grew up watching and reading about fictions that deal with extra-terrestrial creatures and life outside our planet. I always wondered why these aliens would look so different from us… why do they need to have long ears, a tail or a horn! In most cases, they seem to be technologically superior to us and advanced in terms of the evolutionary cycle! I started exploring and expanding my imagination to an era when this will no longer be true. And then, how will this planet change when I move ‘today’ back into a historical era six hundred years old? Can we be the most evolved species in the entire known universe? Instead of controlling life elsewhere in this universe, can we start ‘creating’? Do we become a world governed only by very efficient laws and rules, or do we retain our emotional and humane aspects as well? By looking at creating life outside this planet, is it possible to find ways back to our source – the mystery around the creation of our own planet? All these thoughts culminated into a sci-fi love story that starts in today’s world and moves forward a few centuries into the future and connects right back into a historical era – that is today.”

Contents:
CHAPTER ONE
The Beginning of the Future / 9
CHAPTER TWO
A Star on a Planet / 22
CHAPTER THREE
Encounter with a Change Maniac / 32
CHAPTER FOUR
History Comes Alive / 45
CHAPTER FIVE
The Answer Came with a Solution / 58
CHAPTER SIX
The Journey Began at a Tree Top / 69
CHAPTER SEVEN
Virtual Revolution over the Universe / 79
CHAPTER EIGHT
Truth of Life / 90

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