What do you want in life? Really? Think again. Difficult. Easy. What happens when you get that? Want something else? Ok, let’s change that question a bit. What makes you happy? And what happens when you realise that what you thought made you happy actually doesn’t?
The Big Switch: It’s never too late by John Thomas is a fictional tale that deals with philosophy, motivation, love, career, success and relationships. If you love reading such stories, you may not want to miss this one!
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Europa by Hywel Richard Pinto is a sci-fi thriller that unfolds through the eyes of a varied group of characters, each with their own agenda â€“ one taking a life risking search, rescue and research trip, to Jupiterâ€™s moon, Europa; the second, through the rivalry between an American businessman and an Indian power hungry politician; whilst the third is the contest between hired guns of both the factions. If you love science fiction, you may not want to miss this one!
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‘The working of woman’s mind has always fascinated me’, says the author Mani Padma. Are they complicated? Sensitive? Twisted? Or just undefinable. In her debut, Mani Padma says her stories are just expressions of the awe and the admiration she has for them. ‘Unlikely Tails’ is a collection of short stories available for reading and review.
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You may have read many love stories but have you ever read any in the form of sequences of Hindi poetry that have the power to make you blissful and divine? Subrat Saurabh’s book à¤•à¥à¤› à¤µà¥‹ à¤ªà¤² is a collection of Hindi poems that are easy to read and understand. If you enjoy reading Hindi poems, you may want to read this one.
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After the first book of Bhrigu Mahesh, another one is out by Nisha Singh. This is the second book in the series, featuring the inimitable detective Bhrigu Mahesh and his friend Sutte. If you enjoy mystery/detective/crime fiction, you may want to read this one.
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“Meditation essentially means perceiving deeper truths from within. For those who thought meditation is a closed-eyed phenomenon,Â I beg to differ. And offer them Open-Eyed Meditations, a book that shows another perspective to meditation’ Shubha Vilas, in his latest book, Open-Eyed Meditations, Practical Wisdom For Everyday Life.
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