Author Guidelines

Sahasra Publications (SP) invites the book proposals / manuscripts from all the areas of education and/or literary works and/or stories, etc (it will accept all types of book proposals / manuscripts). You can publish any type of books in below mentioned languages. Our top priority is significance and excellence of the book or book chapter content. Book publishing is a joint collaboration and effort of author(s) and publisher. Author(s) must concentrate on the content of the book(s) and no need to concentrate on the layout of the book because it is the responsibility of the publisher.

1. Languages


2. Subjects (or) Fields Of Publishing

SP covers all types of subjects in academics.

3. Eligibility

There is no any restricted eligibility criteria but the book proposal / manuscript must contain well organized significant content.

4. Plagiarism Check

Our prime objective is the quality, uniqueness and significance of the content, therefore, we follow the double blind peer review for the review of manuscripts. It will make the success of publishing significant content. Submitted manuscripts are also evaluated for the plagiarized material by high quality plagiarism detection software(s). If the manuscript contains the plagiarized material more than the acceptance limit (20%), then the same will be communicated to the author(s) for the revision of manuscript. Again if we found the plagiarized content more than the acceptance limit in the revised manuscript, the submission will be rejected immediately. In order to avoid the delay in publishing, this is the responsibility of the author(s) to submit the revised version of the manuscript within the stipulated time.

6. International Standard Book Number (ISBN)

SP will provide the ISBN for the published books.

7. Full Book Preparation

Author(s) must follow the author guidelines while writing a manuscript. Editors from the publisher have reserved rights to change (or) adjust the layouts (or) style to maintain the standards (or) uniformity of the book(s).

7.1. Structure Of The Book

Book proposal may have the following: Title page, About Author(s), Preface, Dedication (Optional), Acknowledgement (Optional), Contents, Abbreviations (If used in the main text), Chapters (Text body), References (read the guidelines carefully for more clarity), and Index (Optional but strongly encouraged).

7.2. Title Page

Title of the proposed book(s) must be clear and represent the content(s) of the entire book.

7.3. About Author(s)

Write briefly one paragraph about the author. If more than one author contributes the book, then specify their name followed by write briefly about the respective author(s).

7.4. Preface

Author(s) should explain about the book such as scope of the book, why it was written, targeted field (if it targets any specific field of study / audience, etc), and contributions (if exist), etc.

7.5. Dedication

It is optional, if you want to dedicate to anybody (or) field of study (or) anything else, please specify under this section. Publisher is allowing you to add the photographs (white background photo encouraged strongly) of dedicated people (or) any other under this section.

7.6. Acknowledgements

It is optional, if authors wants to express their gratitude, then they can express in this section (try to finish in single page, if possible, but not restricted to a single page).

7.7. Contents

This section is must and author(s) should specify the chapter titles along with their page numbers.

7.8. Abbreviations

If the authors used any abbreviations in the main text of the book(s), those should be mentioned under this section. During the first time usage of the abbreviations, full form of the abbreviation must be written followed by specify the abbreviation(s) in brackets and later on you can use the abbreviation(s).

Eg: Rheumatoid arthritis (RA), later you can use it as “RA” instead of using the “Rheumatoid arthritis”.

7.9. Main Body (or) Text Body

It is very important section and may consider as a heart of the book. Language (used for the writing a book) must be balanced throughout the book without any grammatical / any language related errors, hence, careful consideration regarding the grammatical errors will be expected. Each chapter in the book must be started in a separate page and chapters must be cited with the references and end of each chapter, author(s) should write the references numbered accordingly cited in the text (but not in alphabetical order), if applicable.

7.10. Index

It is optional but it is appreciated if the author(s) mentioning the key words with the page numbers.

7.11. Tables And Illustrations

Author(s) must locate the table(s) and illustration(s) in the text wherever applicable. Write clear captions that should indicate the contents of the table(s) (or) figure(s) and number all the table(s) and figure(s) in Arabic numerical. Cite the table and figure numbers inside the text and locate wherever applicable and no need to mention separately.

7.12. References

Cite every chapter with the references and number accordingly their (references) citation in the chapter but not in the alphabetical order of the references.

7.12.1. Citation Of References (If Applicable)

Inside the text, it must be indicated as “[1], [2],” etc.

If the author(s) wants to indicate 2 (or) 3 (or) more references of continuous numbered, those should be cited as [1-3] but not [1, 2, 3]. If the references are not continuous then mention as [1, 3, 5] (or) somewhere continuous and another is not continuous then mention as [1-3, 5, 7].

Under the references section, references must be numbered as 1, 2, etc.

7.12.2. References Style
Journal Articles

Safarzadeh E, Sandoghchian Shotorbani S, Baradaran B. Herbal medicine as inducers of apoptosis in cancer treatment. Advanced Pharmaceutical Bulletin 2014; 4(suppl 1): 421-7.


Khurmi RS, Gupta JK. Theory of machines. S Chand Publishing, India, 2005.

Book Chapters

Brown B, Aaron M. The politics of nature. In: Smith J (ed). The rise of modern genomics, 3rd edition. Wiley, New York, 2001.

Online Source (or) Document

Andrew Z J. Thermodynamics overview. Web:, accessed on 25-11-2017.

8. Book Chapter Preparation

It should contain the Title, Introduction, Main body (all the content), and References.

9. Ethical Considerations

Read our Editorial Policies.

10. Online Submission

Authors can submit their book proposals / manuscripts using our Online Submission System.