Welcome to Evelyn Publishers

This website of Evelyn Publishers is your store for biographies of  scientists who have changed the world – Yellapragada SubbaRow the biochemist who unveiled the secret how muscles work for us and gave us Folic Acid and Tetracycline antibiotics.

-- Kolachala Seeta Ramayya whose researches laid the foundations for the formulation of lubricants that turn the wheels of the world.

From this website, Kannada language readers can download free an e-book  featuring the biographies of great Indian women from ancient times.

 

The religious can download a biography of Lord Venkateswara of Tirumalai-Tirupati.

 

Look out for free download of a  booklet highlighting in easy language the life and work of Dr Yellapragada SubbaRow.   More treats are in the pipeline!

Meanwhile, we will be happy if you would visit our public service site www.ysubbarow.info and its subsite DR YELLAPRAGADA SUBBAROW ARCHIVES ON LINE. These sites have drawn worldwide attention  not only to Dr SubbaRow's contributions to science and medicine but also to his personal papers as well as his published and unpublished papers.

Mrs Devi Prasanna, proprietor of Evelyn Publishers, and Mr S P K Gupta its editor are waiting to hear from you. They can be reached by email evelynpublishers2016@gmail.com and by the regular mail at Ella’s Cottage, B-108 Gulmohar Park, New Delhi 110049, India .

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“Why, after making a brilliant career in America, did he leave it, and not for India but for the Soviet Union? Why did he stay here and give all his energy and his talent to the Soviet Union? The main reason was the lodestar of the Great October Revolution.” – I K Gujral, Indian Ambassador to the Soviet Union, later Prime Minister of India.

“A great son of India and indeed of humankind to whom tribologists of the modern age are indebted for his original contributions, Kolachala Seeta Ramayya is the ‘Unknown Father of Tribology’ who silently guided different fields of tribology.”—Dr. Har Parshad, Top Tribologist, BHEL.

“Why, after making a brilliant career in America, did he leave it, and not for India but for the Soviet Union? Why did he stay here and give all his energy and his talent to the Soviet Union? The main reason was the lodestar of the Great October Revolution.” – I K Gujral, Indian Ambassador to the Soviet Union, later Prime Minister of India.

“Ramayya undoubtedly was the ‘silent’ soldier who helped the Soviet Union win against the Germans in the World War II by developing kerosene-type fuels and high quality lubricants with special additives that kept battle tanks maneuverable even under fast-changing (climatic) conditions.

“Ramayya undoubtedly was the ‘silent’ soldier who helped the Soviet Union win against the Germans in the World War II by developing kerosene-type fuels and high quality lubricants with special additives that kept battle tanks maneuverable even under fast-changing (climatic) conditions.

He originated his tribological activities in U S A and strengthened them in the Soviet Union when the science of tribology in the present form and even the name of tribology was not existent. 

it is quite difficult to calculate the great number of machines . . . saved from premature wear and tear by . . . one of (Ramayya’s) . . . creations the DK-2 apparatus.” — Valery Bondarchuk, Soviet Science-writer.

The Father of Chemmotology, the chemistry of motor oils” – Times of India

Why, after making a brilliant career in America, did he leave it, and not for India but for the Soviet Union? Why did he stay here and give all his energy and his talent to the Soviet Union? The main reason was the lodestar of the Great October Revolution.” – I K Gujral, Indian Ambassador to the Soviet Union, later Prime Minister of India.

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