As publishers and promoters of high quality literature, we believe that books open windows to the world and have the power to transform lives. BluOne Ink is an initiative to invoke, experience, share and celebrate this power.
We publish high quality literature across multiple genres
BluOne Ink is a platform:
Philosophical texts for an integral approach to life, transcending religions and separative beliefs
Deep dives into topics of education and
philosophy by scholars
Explore the rich heritage of India with books and transliterations in multiple Indian languages
Poetry and literature books in Hindi, Rajasthani,
Bengali, and many others
Foster a habit of reading in children with our upcoming series of children’s books
Richly illustrated, easy-to-read
stories for our young readers
Learn the basics of healthcare management with our series books written by experts
For doctors, by doctors
From The School of Hard Knocks
Real stories of military history, military law and life in a military school
Recollections, memoirs and
personal accounts of military life
A woman is not just a form and a figure though her form itself is significant of deep guarded secrets and the capacity to create marvels out of a seed state. The ancient seers saw in her the bridge between creation and the Creator and worshipped her thus. But she is not just a woman that we behold with the eyes of ignorance, but Force, Shakti, Wisdom, Strength, Beauty, Love, Delight that is everywhere and in all beings. This book is not just an attempt to discover and evoke her through myths and legends of India but to unravel the mysteries of the ‘Eternal Feminine’ with a view to discover the truth behind what a woman truly represents as seen through the awakened eyes of the mystics and the spiritual culture of India.
Somewhere Among the Stars chronicles a woman’s inner quest for Love and Truth across lifetimes and dimensions of being…an adventure of consciousness through rare terrains of Vedanta and Yoga.
Adi Varuni writes on Indian spirituality and mysticism, and lives incognito.
Jana Awjanar Majhe is a reflection of the author’s journey of life. It depicts his retrospective feeling about his past, and he tries to bring back those golden days in the mirror of the present.
Having spent most of his childhood and adolescence in Kashi, the details of old Kashi are vibrant in the book. The author, Bimal Chakravartty, carries a range of experiences that he has gathered throughout his long and interesting career. His reflections and ponderings are an added gift for the readers.
In the end, it can be said that it’s not always easy to describe the simple incidents of your life. But the author has done it with perfection and grace.
At its core, Identity’s Last Secret is about a difficult relationship and its aftermath. But to decipher the riddle of such a relationship is no less a challenge than fathoming the enigma of life itself. And, quite graphically, dramatically, it is a blood trail that leads back to the original wounding. That is also the path to the surcease of pain and, eventually, the mastery of suffering.
Which is why this book has stayed with me, urgently and insistently, for the good part of the preceding decade. Not only did the writing of it generate insights and modifications in my life, but also secured changes in the real world. The book could not be published till these transitions resulted in a decisive turn in my world. Like the answer of the universe to a plea or prayer.
More than ever, the writing of this book has convinced me of the power of the word. Can there be any doubt that the word moves and alters reality? Contrary to W.H. Auden’s pessimistic dismissal, “Poetry makes nothing happen,” the word can be life-changing if not earth-shattering. Like a mantra, the energised word, through its very utterance, whether voiced or silent, sends a reverberation across the cosmos.
As to changing our own minds, many have experienced, experimented with, what writing can do. Words come to us from mysterious sources. By invoking, nurturing, formulating, and releasing them, we can modify our circumstances and shift our consciousness.
Writing can be both therapeutic and dynamic. It can heal us and mend hearts. That is because much of our world is actually of our own making. We only think that external forces control our lives.
In realising ourselves, we change our relationship with others and, in fact, with the universe too. Poetry, thus, the writing and reading of it, can fundamentally modify our perception both of ourselves and the world.
Chhutti ke Din is a bilingual collection of poems in Hindi and Rajasthani penned (in Hindi) by the eminent author and physician Dr Pariksith Singh, and ably translated (into Rajasthani) by Shri Kalyan Singh Shekhawat as ‘Chhutyan Hala Din’.
This beautifully produced and fully illustrated book in all-color is a collector’s delight.