Dream House Publications team thanks Dr. Rachit Bhushan for his kind co-operation to Dream House Publications and support for FUSION- A Mingled Flavour Mocktail. It was a great experience working with you for FUSION.
From 15/08/2014 Dr. Rachit will not be a part of Dream House Team and our entire team will miss him.
Wishing you best of luck for all your future endeavors.
FUSION- A mingled flavour mocktail which is a buzz in the book industry has been successfully launched at St. Thomas School, Ranchi on 25th July 2014 by Mrs. Geetashree Oraon, Honourable HRD, Youth, Art & Culture Minister, Jharkhand. The event was named as “NOSTALGIA- A trip to nowhere” and was our first ever grand launch.
FUSION has already created its space in the media before its publication because of its popularity and was covered by many national media houses. We can remember that day when we have thought of its concept and we have faced many resistance throughout our journey to make FUSION a success in the market now. The launch at St. Thomas School, Ranchi was not planned from the beginning and it was an immediate decision.
Due to the immediate invitation we have to plan a lot for making this launch a success and we also need to take extra care in executing it as most of our audience here were school students. But despite all odds we have executed it well and everything goes as per the plan. The launch at Ranchi has seen a crowd of more than 500 students, teachers and their parents and our efforts are appreciated by the chief guest. FUSION- A mingled flavour mocktail was also able to create an interest among the students of the school and the event is covered by all the leading media houses like The Times of India, The Telegraph, The Dainik Jagran, etc. We call its a grand laucnh and the story is to be continued.
Guests on the dias
Guests releasing FUSION
Simson Biswal addressing the audience
Our little guests on the event
Students buying the book at huge discount
Detailed news coverage about the launch by Prabhat Khabar Ranchi
Posters at St. Thomas School, Ranchi
Invitation letter from St. thomas School, Ranchi
NOSTALGIA online poster
Detailed news coverage about the launch by Sanmarg Hindi Daily
On September 2012 an idea came to the mind of a young entrepreneur and the journey of Dream House Publications starts. Just after one year we started our operations and launched the first book ” You’ll live again…Let Me Die ” written by Simson Biswal on 2nd February 2014.
We at Dream House believes in three core values Honesty, Quality, Satisfaction. We work honestly and tries to make our process transparent as much as possible, produces best quality books and tries our best to satisfy all our stakeholders need.
The first initiative taken by Dream House was an idea of a short story competition, which spread through a word of mouth and was promoted on Facebook. The upcoming anthology, “FUSION- A Mingled Flavour Mocktail” gained huge popularity among the writers across India and Dream House has received more than 2000 short stories out of which 25 are selected for publishing. The concept was finalised in collaboration of The Spark Times and we are able to get recognition in more than 50 news articles across India, including Business Standard, Zee News, etc..“FUSION- A Mingled Flavour Mocktail” edited by Dr. Rachit Bhusan is expected to be launched in market all over India by 31st May 2014.
During our journey we have faced many ups and downs and learned from our mistake. We faced difficulties in the production, distribution as well as promotional matters, but we never give up. We have tried our best to produce best quality book at an affordable price and will continue the same.
On 2 Feb 2014 Finally Dream House Publications,India has launched its first book “You will live again…Let Me Die” at Oxford bookstore, Bhubaneswar. We were amazed with the audience participation and the response for the book “You will live again…Let Me Die” at the store. The book is a story about ‘Robin Das,’ a twenty years old common Indian youth. Here is a glimpse of the story line.
it’s a story about me. ‘Me,’ means ‘Robin Das,’ a twenty years old common Indian youth. I said myself Common because it has a reason. It’s simple, neither I am any one of them, means the great Icons of this earth nor those personalities whom our world
should remember for eras or whom the people of India will know by name……..
It’s a time to make our love immortal.Welcome to the story of ‘you’ll live again ….Let me die…’’. It is a heart-rending true story about Robin, his dream and destination of love through poverty, trust, overwhelming desires, friendship, religions, misunderstanding, mistake and a sacrifice.
The book is now available at leading online stores like Flipkart, Homeshop18, Infibeam and Amazon including all the leading book retailers.
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How can the accomplishment of an individual be defined? Is it by the amount he is wealthy or can it by his satisfaction level, which he achieves lowering his standards…
What do you mean by true love? Is it all about meeting that right soul, which has been decided by your destiny or is it just a myth, which actually never ever exists…?
If it is all about money, then those who are well-heeled should be really happy? And if ever it is all about that right soul then all those who are rightly committed they should be? And if none of this then what is it that we are searching in this materialistic, meaningless world.
It is the story of the overloaded youth in the current scenario, the problems faced by them because of the difference created in their life, by us and the entire society. The pressure due to a mixture of goals set in their lives in today’s multitasked world around them. In which they are supposed to take in so many challenges at a very young age.
Towards another prospective, when it comes to matter of heart. There is a drastic change in the meaning of word “love” in today’s world, the choice criterion of a right soul has never remained the same and how is it affecting today’s youth? Should we continue the way it is going on or is there something that we can or rather we should do to bring a change.
It is about the struggle of a common boy, who faces the gloomy side of the world and his strive to achieve the best and correct for him. Simply just, a voyage which you will feel even you have gone through in your lifespan.
‘You’ll live again …Let me Die…’’ is a heart rending true story about Robin, his dream and destination of love through poverty, trust,
overwhelming desires, friendship, religions, misunderstanding, mistake and a sacrifice.
Yes…. My dear readers… it’s a story about ‘Robin Das,’ a twenty years old common Indian. I said him Common because it has a reason. He is neither one among the great Icons of this land nor those personalities whom our world should remember for eras. He is just an unknown character, an anonymous, but the thing which gives him an importance that now we are reading his name because once upon a time he had a spark in him. The same spark which doesn’t help million Indian minds to stay in rest in their adolescent. It runs in their brains at every moment and ignites to do something in life. Even in sleep as dream. And you know this is the only thing which keeps people awake and inspire them to make their names immortal. Can you say what this is?
It’s the spark of Desire. The desire for achieving something, to do different and make people to remember you.
And we will remember him for his Desire for Love, for his Mistake and his Sacrifice.