There was a Girl I Loved Once, a compilation of English poems draws from the remarkable assortment of hues that a woman’s personality beholds and is an ode to the feminine half of the universe. Dr. Singh’s writing paints a vivid picture, highlighting the omnipresence of the poet’s beloved.
There Was a Girl I Loved Once as “no ordinary book of lamentations but a dignified document of enlightenment and an incomparable text for respect for women, the creator of man.”
Dr. Singh’s work “deeply moving, lilting and inspiring, integrating with song-like cadence and chant-like intonation.”
2018 Health Care Primer aims to serve as the quintessential compilation of all information necessary to run a compliant healthcare practice. The book is targeted towards physicians and administrators to assist them in providing high-quality care to their patients while working towards achieving better health results.
Whether you are healthcare veteran or an upstart, Dr. Singh's primer is an essential resource to help you navigate through the murky waters as our industry transforms into a value-based, outcome-rewarded system.
This is an excellent over view of health care. This book is easy to follow and very informative. It has all the tools for the providers to run a complaint practice with quality of care and better out comes. It caters to providers at all levels of their career, residents, solo practitioners, group practices and IPA's.
Swayam Ka Ghuspaithiya is Dr. Pariksith Singh's latest compilation of Hindi Poetry that sheds light on the irrefutable presence of an internal conflict ravaging all of humanity, while simultaneously exploring the intricacies of human nature. The book showcases profound poetry, leaving an indelible mark on the psyche of the reader.
Poet of the future, with the innate ability to collaborate form and feeling, philosophy and practice and meaning and style in a thought-provoking format. Pariksith's poetry is not philosophy in verse but an invitation to experience the world in a different way.
Anjali Geetan Ri is a Rajasthani translation of Rabindranath Tagore's famous book of poetry "Geetanjali" by the multi-lingual poet Ikram Rajashtani