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Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering is meant for the students of all engineering disciplines who are to take up the course in their first year. The book will be useful to students pursuing diploma courses in EEE and ECE. Lucid writing style and rich pedagogy are the USP of this book

Key Features
  • Lucid writing style supported by step-by-step solutions to all problems.
  • Questions from University Question papers interspersed within the text throughout.
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Table Of Contents
  • Basic Circuit Concepts
  • DC Circuits
  • AC Circuits
  • Three-Phase Circuits
  • Single-Phase Transformer
  • Electrical Machines
  • Semiconductor Devices and Rectifiers

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Author Amish Tripathi
Book Details
Publisher Westland Limited
Publication Year 2011
ISBN-13 9789380658544
ISBN-10 9380658544
Language English
Edition 1stEdition
Binding Paperback
Number of Pages 456 Pages
Dimensions
Weight 340 g
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★★★★★
★★★★★
12 Jan 2012
Awesome Book - hats off Amish (I would love to see Hrithik as Shiva , Aish as Sati in Karan film)

I loved reading this book! I am aspiring director but unfortunate uninterested future engineer who feel the maika system should have been there in present day INDIA atleast an extra 10th Maika class where one can choose their profession out of interest.

The points and scenes that i loved.

1. Shiva is a ???cool dude??? and his sense of humour,depictions.predictions etc .The picture of Shiva on the book which makes foreigners to awestruck at that macho look of our God and also to compare with their heroes Gladiator,Sparta king or wateva. I love to Hrithik in the karan???s film amd aish as S...
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I loved reading this book! I am aspiring director but unfortunate uninterested future engineer who feel the maika system should have been there in present day INDIA atleast an extra 10th Maika class where one can choose their profession out of interest.

The points and scenes that i loved.

1. Shiva is a ???cool dude??? and his sense of humour,depictions.predictions etc .The picture of Shiva on the book which makes foreigners to awestruck at that macho look of our God and also to compare with their heroes Gladiator,Sparta king or wateva. I love to Hrithik in the karan???s film amd aish as S...
I loved reading this book! I am aspiring director but unfortunate uninterested future engineer who feel the maika system should have been there in present day INDIA atleast an extra 10th Maika class where one can choose their profession out of interest.

The points and scenes that i loved.

1. Shiva is a ???cool dude??? and his sense of humour,depictions.predictions etc .The picture of Shiva on the book which makes foreigners to awestruck at that macho look of our God and also to compare with their heroes Gladiator,Sparta king or wateva. I love to Hrithik in the karan???s film amd aish as Sati.

2. Wow the love story man! Amish would have loved Preeti which he reciprocated the same ??? Shiva is flirt, Shiva is fooled sometimes by Sati, Shiva didnt understand her heart previously etc etc. \\The Sexy scene Shiva lets Sati to fight and in Agnipariksha despite others??? beliefs that she would lose to tarak which helps Sati to start love as she got that ???RESPECT???.

3.the Battle Sequence is awsome from start to end preparations.One of the initial Disbeliever of Neelkanth,Parvateshwar Calls Shiva ???My Lord??? when Shiva comes LIVE into battle field and later Vraka reactions.Everyone start shouting Har Har Mahadev after inspiring speech form Shiva.
(Har Har Mahadev interpretation was kiraaak, keka, masth hey). But that Tortoise thing is expected and not new for modern world after many films.

4.Vasudev Pundit Good n Evil conversations , Maika System , Badges , Weed addict shiva, confusing Vikarma System , Oxygen ??? Oxidants thing , Third eye suspense , Mohandejaro , Egypt trades etc are awesome innovative depiction on facts of fiction wateva.

5.Shiva answer ???I would like it if you killed for Meluha ??? to Drapahu words ???We want to die for our country??? . Vidyu Veer tilak on Drapahu when he lead his Vikarma team to the pass.

Confusions and answers which i might find in next books:
1. Blue throat and Shiva origin ??? Smudra Mantham
2.Queen and Hooded man.
3.Bhagirath and Dilipa are supposed to be from Suryavamsh
4.Entrance of Brungi like Nandi
5.the Lingam concept and contrversy if cleared in the book.
6. Brihaspati whereabouts - died

HARA HARA MAHAVDEV .. Shambho sankara.
Chalo its tym to start the Secret of Nagas which is in my hand tigh now.

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★★★★★
★★★★★
25 Oct 2013
Basic writing skills - language is poor and the story is very constipated

I bought this book recently after seeing it in the stands for a long time. The author has been compared with the likes of Tolkien and Paulo Coelho, so I was definitely curious. Few paragraphs in and I felt that the author is not really very articulate in his English writing capabilities. Given that English is not our first language, we really do not spend time going through the nuances of the flows this language affords.

Apart from the language, I found the author's limited knowledge of Indian history very appalling. Even a 6th grader would have better comprehension of citadels and the lay...
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I bought this book recently after seeing it in the stands for a long time. The author has been compared with the likes of Tolkien and Paulo Coelho, so I was definitely curious. Few paragraphs in and I felt that the author is not really very articulate in his English writing capabilities. Given that English is not our first language, we really do not spend time going through the nuances of the flows this language affords.

Apart from the language, I found the author's limited knowledge of Indian history very appalling. Even a 6th grader would have better comprehension of citadels and the lay...
I bought this book recently after seeing it in the stands for a long time. The author has been compared with the likes of Tolkien and Paulo Coelho, so I was definitely curious. Few paragraphs in and I felt that the author is not really very articulate in his English writing capabilities. Given that English is not our first language, we really do not spend time going through the nuances of the flows this language affords.

Apart from the language, I found the author's limited knowledge of Indian history very appalling. Even a 6th grader would have better comprehension of citadels and the layouts of the Indus Valley Civilization. The fleeting comprehension and the rushed mentions of the attributes of Shiva is very lacking of a good authors box.

I have decided to complete the book and possibly the series but, definitely this is a very wanting book from a writing perspective. I do not recommend this book. There are better stories to read.

This book definitely may be potboiler and could be in demand from Hindi filmakers but definitely not a literary work.

Spend you money on some worthy authors like Wilbur Smith.

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★★★★★
★★★★★
24 Oct 2013
A good read if you can digest "God" as someone who actually lived !!

My sincere advise to those who are still waiting to get a hands on the copy would be: read only if you can visualize "God" as someone who actually roamed this world just like you and me ! He too does experience emotions just like us and he can make mistakes as well - evident from the other puranas and religious works if you observe closely. The novel focuses on Lord Shiva (who is the second incarnation of Lord Rudra) and is out here to clean the mess caused due to an over-belief is something good. The best part I liked is that the rules have to be changed as time evolves (or you m... ()

My sincere advise to those who are still waiting to get a hands on the copy would be: read only if you can visualize "God" as someone who actually roamed this world just like you and me ! He too does experience emotions just like us and he can make mistakes as well - evident from the other puranas and religious works if you observe closely. The novel focuses on Lord Shiva (who is the second incarnation of Lord Rudra) and is out here to clean the mess caused due to an over-belief is something good. The best part I liked is that the rules have to be changed as time evolves (or you m...
My sincere advise to those who are still waiting to get a hands on the copy would be: read only if you can visualize "God" as someone who actually roamed this world just like you and me ! He too does experience emotions just like us and he can make mistakes as well - evident from the other puranas and religious works if you observe closely. The novel focuses on Lord Shiva (who is the second incarnation of Lord Rudra) and is out here to clean the mess caused due to an over-belief is something good. The best part I liked is that the rules have to be changed as time evolves (or you may as well say "as man evolves"). Blind faith doesn't always allow us to understand things in a different perspective.

There are a few points made by the author, which if brought out similary in other faiths, is sure to cause some furore; but for me, I was able to digest most of what the author wanted to bring out - kudos !! I appreciate the time and effort the author has put in to bring out his perceptions !

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★★★★★
★★★★★
14 Nov 2013
Awesome book, ebook contains typos

This is the second time I have finished reading this book. First time was the Marathi translation (from a local library) This time around - English one via Flipkart ebook.
The book in itself is no doubt really great. What I liked the most is that Amish has brought the characters from mythology into "real" world. It was fascinating to see Shiva being a normal person - and having normal people emotions - rather than God we all have come to know from mythology.

About the ebook :
This was my first experience with any ebook. I got this book "free" with my purchase of Galaxy...
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This is the second time I have finished reading this book. First time was the Marathi translation (from a local library) This time around - English one via Flipkart ebook.
The book in itself is no doubt really great. What I liked the most is that Amish has brought the characters from mythology into "real" world. It was fascinating to see Shiva being a normal person - and having normal people emotions - rather than God we all have come to know from mythology.

About the ebook :
This was my first experience with any ebook. I got this book "free" with my purchase of Galaxy...
This is the second time I have finished reading this book. First time was the Marathi translation (from a local library) This time around - English one via Flipkart ebook.
The book in itself is no doubt really great. What I liked the most is that Amish has brought the characters from mythology into "real" world. It was fascinating to see Shiva being a normal person - and having normal people emotions - rather than God we all have come to know from mythology.

About the ebook :
This was my first experience with any ebook. I got this book "free" with my purchase of Galaxy Note 8 tablet. Due to the size of the tablet - the reading experience is as good reading physical book. Reading on a mobile or web reader may not be the same.
What kind of irritated me was number of typos. e.g. batde, sofdy, littde, correcdy - I am sure you can guess what are "correct" words. Most of the times due to context - typos almost doesn't matter. but I expected better. I also checked using the web reader (and increasing the font) the errors are in the text itself - not due to the display.

This kinda lead me to a question - How are the ebook prepared. I assumed that the publisher's provide Flipkart with their digital manuscript - which means it was proof-read, and has no typos.

Giving 4 stars : 5 stars for the book, minus one for the typos.

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★★★★★
★★★★★
19 Mar 2014
I did not only read it, I lived it!

I had heard that this book contradicts the hindu mythology. I am unaware of the flaws. I read this book as a work of fiction and being unaware of the story of shiva found the book very interesting since the first page. As the book progresses the story starts building and it keeps building till the end of the book.The book is incomplete in the sense that the remaining part is continued in the second part of the series which I am yet to read. The ending was at such a juncture that I am helpless and had no option other than buying the second part.

The best thing of this book is that the write...
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I had heard that this book contradicts the hindu mythology. I am unaware of the flaws. I read this book as a work of fiction and being unaware of the story of shiva found the book very interesting since the first page. As the book progresses the story starts building and it keeps building till the end of the book.The book is incomplete in the sense that the remaining part is continued in the second part of the series which I am yet to read. The ending was at such a juncture that I am helpless and had no option other than buying the second part.

The best thing of this book is that the write...
I had heard that this book contradicts the hindu mythology. I am unaware of the flaws. I read this book as a work of fiction and being unaware of the story of shiva found the book very interesting since the first page. As the book progresses the story starts building and it keeps building till the end of the book.The book is incomplete in the sense that the remaining part is continued in the second part of the series which I am yet to read. The ending was at such a juncture that I am helpless and had no option other than buying the second part.

The best thing of this book is that the writer has stayed away from intimate scenes and so the purity of the subject is retained. I loved the character building, place description and the way author had planned the story. There are apt amount of thrills, twist and turns to keep you glued to the book. War sequences will keep you at the edge.of your seat. You can actually imagine what is happening
Truely, I lived the book.

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