এই পৃষ্ঠায় আমরা আপনার জন্য সমস্ত তথ্য সংগৃহীত করেছি ইসলামী গান ও গজল(হার্ডকভার) বই, বিনামূল্যে ডাউনলোডের জন্য অনুরূপ বই, পর্যালোচনা, রিভিউ এবং লিঙ্ক তুলে নেওয়া হয়েছে পোর্টাল - ট্রেন্ড বই লাইব্রেরি আশা করি আপনি আমাদের সম্পাদকদের দ্বারা সংগৃহীত সামগ্রী পছন্দ করেছেন ইসলামী গান ও গজল(হার্ডকভার) এবং আপনি আবার আমাদের দিকে তাকান, পাশাপাশি আপনার বন্ধুদের পরামর্শ দিন। এবং ঐতিহ্য দ্বারা - আপনি শুধুমাত্র ভাল বই, আমাদের প্রিয় পাঠকদের।
ইসলামী গান ও গজল(হার্ডকভার) বিস্তারিত
- প্রকাশক: ধ্রুবপদ
- প্রকাশনার তারিখ:
- ভাষা: Bangla
- ISBN-10: 9789849136941
- ক্রম: 1st Published, 2018
ইসলামী গান ও গজল(হার্ডকভার) বুক রিভিউ
James Monk jmdesignsolutions — This was intersting for its account of growing up in Iran. I found the graphic novel a bit hard to read, though it's intersting to think about this as a form. How much work do the pictures do which would usually be done by language? I might prefer language to do my picturing for me, but not sure.
Rashad Punnakkadan magicrectangle — I liked this fun easy read. New ideas, and great characters. I like the world Chloe has created
Dillon Marsh _illon_arsh — I can read these fast by skipping over the extended violence pages. As such its an enjoyable quick junk read for sitting in the park with.
Chi Kiwi kiwichi821a936 — this book is a very long and good book!
Charline Leblanc charline_eblanc — It was sexy and scary. I couldn't read it fast enough. I found Carlos irresistable.
Jan Kowalski janek85 — As highly recommended as this book was, it didn't live up to the hype for me. The early part of the book was good, where she's living through the actual stroke and describing that experience. I was intrigued while reading about how Taylor could feel the bleeding progressing in her brain and what abilities she found herself losing as each minute went by. Her advice on how to interact with stroke patients, what works and what doesn't, seems like it would be quite value should one of my loved ones be afflicted. It was the second half of the book that lost me. She goes on and on about how she rediscovered her right brain as a result of the stroke found she liked it, and now spends a lot of time trying to decide what of her left brain she wants back and what she's decided she will be better without. I just wasn't that into all of the left brain/right brain discussion and her return to being a solid instead of a liquid that is 'one with the world'. When she got to her discussion of 'angel cards', I realized she operates with a belief system that differs from mine, and while I'm not opposed to it, it did explain why I lost the connection I had with the author.
Ramadana Putera _putera — This series is a fun read. I recommend starting with the first book and following them through in order. It will make more sense and a lot more fun. You will be able to understand the development of the characters and the story since there is some reference to previous books.
Hamza Shams hamza_shams — This book was fantastic!! Everyone I met who had read it already said that it changed their lives and now I understand why. Kingsolver gives the reader a whole new outlook on the food they eat and where they buy it from. I found that it even pushed me beyond food and made me think of where I buy everything. Wouldn't it be better to buy that yarn at a local yarn store from someone who knows about yarn and what is good for which project rather than running to wal-mart and getting cheap, scratchy yarn? What about some handmade soap? Or even some handmade jewelry, pottery, baskets, or bird-feeders? This book has also inspired me to make more things myself like bread and cheese. I'm making whole meals from scratch and desperately trying to grow some herbs in the teeny, tiny garden I can manage to have right now. Anyways, I'm rambling off of the point of a review. Animal, Vegetable, Miracle is half family journal and half propaganda for a different kind of lifestyle. Kingsolver writes most of the book talking about her seemingly huge garden and her chickens and turkeys (even the act of "harvesting" them) and her efforts to try to grow the food her family needs to eat and buy locally what they cannot grow. Her husband Steven writes side-note passages that give more factual and statistical information about food in our world. Her daughter Camille writes journal-like entries at the end of most chapters talking about her experience living a year as a "locavore" and giving us delicious recipes associated with her mother's writings. The chapters move mainly in months telling us what's come into bloom and how their family deals with the common overabundance of the seasonal vegetable. This book is simultaneously heart-warming, hopeful, and eye-opening. A good read for people of any age, any location, and any level of food appreciation.
Paige Lubinski paigekeena01f3 — The first time I read the words "The Church of Fire and Brimstone and God's Almighty Baptizing Wind" I knew this would be a book with a significant emotional toll. But it's so, so worth it. It is a good writer who can dress a character in cruel acts and still make him sympathetic. This coming-of-age story takes place in an extremely strict, Baptist-offshoot commune. At first, the rigidity of Ninah's life and family is shocking and uncomfortable to read about, but it soon becomes clear that the people of Fire and Brimstone are not mindless indoctrinated drones - they lie, they rebel, they subvert, they question, they hope, they love, they change. The best part of this book is the confusion Ninah feels as she questions her beliefs for the first time. It feels real, and universal. I'm willing to bet all of us have had similar dialogues with ourselves, trying to separate our own thoughts from those that have been planted in us from childhood.
Nor Shamil norshamil — Hiaasen is a Florida author. This is a good one with some laughs and very interesting characters. Fun for me to read because I know exactly where a lot of the places are that are in the story and it is about the effect of a hurricane on people - the good, bad and ugly. I found it quite entertaining.
Karim Safan karimsafand3fa — Casey and Steven were college students at opposite ends of the country, one in California and one in Maine. Yet, they happened to meet in Morocco during a study abroad trip. And they decided to keep in touch...and then they decided to move to China and teach English and then head out across the world together. Crazy where the world and life takes you huh? While traveling they fall in love with each other even more, find out about life and the world, and maybe make a few friends along the way (even if they don't speak the local language.) Most importantly...they have fun. Casey and Steven have an amazing story. And yes you hear that all the time, but how often do you find two young people that know what they want to do, go out and do it, and make the world a better place? (OK maybe a few times, but still...) Casey and Steven let us in on their journey with Casey writing journal entries/travel monologues and Steven adding charcoal sketches to accompany the words and share with us pictures of themselves, sights they saw, or just the people they met. It's one of those books that you pick up and you start reading and then keep going to see what happens and find out where they headed too next. Casey and Steven make us feel like we're there with them, meeting the people that they are. Even better they inspire the reader with the right way to not only travel, but to look at the world around them with new eyes. I highly recommend this book and it deserves to be the first book every graduate gets, whether from high school or college, so that they may too take a look at the world in a new way.
Nicholas Erickson nerickson — Read like a dissertation instead of a how-to book. Dense and difficult to follow, the book gave me found new to learn.
Mark Roger markroger34 — The book describes Egypt in details, makes us feel like we're there, too. A great religious novel, shows Islam in a beautiful character of Fahri. Watched the movie last night. Didn't expect it to be the same as the book to save me from being disappointed. The most impressive part was the dialog (or should I say monolog?) in jail, where a prisoner gave Fahri advice about being bigheaded, high and mighty. That was the most impressive part for me. I like it.
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