About the Book: India’s rich diversity, both in its physical and natural aspects, is widely known. India has had a great past with achievements in literature, the arts, medicine and mathematics. Indians were sea-faring and they spread their influence through their philosophy, religion and military conquest too. But Like a cosmic phenomenon, decline is every… Read More BookBlitz : India who’s country is it anyway ?
About the Book: She wanted to kill the man who others called a God. Love is but an obstacle in her path With her father’s death shattering her world, Mauri is torn away from everything she had once loved. Anger replacing every emotion within her, she seeks only one thing. To kill her father’s killer.… Read More Book Release : Mauri by Saiswaroopa Iyer
The Art of Thinking Clearly by Rolf Dobelli My rating: 3 of 5 stars An authority bias I developed some years ago by someone who had significant influence on my rationality (or irrationality) was that self-help genre was for the “weak lacking confidence in themselves”. It was looked down upon; even below the mediocrity plinth… Read More The Art of Thinking clearly
Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance by Barack Obama My rating: 3 of 5 stars The book would have been so much better had it been written today. There are rumors online about the book being ghostwritten. The voice of the writer changes throughout the book leaving the reader wonder what… Read More Dreams from my Father
Mafia Queens Of Mumbai: Stories Of Women From The Ganglands by Hussain S. Zaidi My rating: 3 of 5 stars Hussain Zaidi’s Mafia Queens of Mumbai is a captivating summary of the lives of 13 women caught in the underworld. Despite being poorly edited, it’s an enthralling read that one can’t put down till the… Read More Mafia Queens of Mumbai
Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts My rating: 5 of 5 stars I fear putting into words what this book means to me. Some books I can read 300 pages in half a day. Some books I read, savor and be silent the whole day hung over by the story and devoured by the words. I… Read More Shantaram
No beating around the bush for a straightforward book like The Goal by Eliyahu Goldratt. Cheers to Goldratt’s suggestive fictive spell than something like “7 habits of highly productive manufacturing/supply chain professionals”. It suggestively, through the story, puts forth Goldratt’s TOC and talks about work efficiency and work-life balance. Set in the fictional vicinity of… Read More The Goal- Eliyahu Goldratt