Atomic Habits by James Clear

"With same habits, you will end up with the same results. But with better habits, anything is possible". This book has changed my perspective in life about my goals, habits and behavior. It has inspired me to start new habits that matter to me the most. And to be consistent in doing it each day, … Continue reading Atomic Habits by James Clear


Book reading

The first book I read was a short story - Quiver Full of Arrows by Jeffery Archer. It is a very small book. Each short story is no more than a few pages long. I considered finishing this first book as a great achievement. 🙂 At first, my reading pace used to be very slow. … Continue reading Book reading

How to Talk so Little Kids will Listen By Joanna Faber & Julie King

If you have a toddler at home, this book is for you. There are lots of tools and techniques that could come handy while dealing with tantrums or handling kid's emotions. At the least, it makes you feel better when you know that you are not the only one going through all this!! The book … Continue reading How to Talk so Little Kids will Listen By Joanna Faber & Julie King

The Mindset by Dr. Carol Dweck

Mindset is one of the books that has had an impact on my life and has been able to change the way I think. This book has something in store for each one of us. It is based on great deal of research and just enough supporting examples, without bringing down the momentum of the … Continue reading The Mindset by Dr. Carol Dweck

Jaya – Devdutt Pattanaik

If you are looking for a book on Mahabharata, told in simple short stories, then Jaya is the one to read. Birth, Castaway, Marriage, Gambling, Exile, War, Aftermath, Reconstruction and Renunciation are some of the sections in the book. The book is divided into 18 sections. Each section is a collection of interrelated stories. It … Continue reading Jaya – Devdutt Pattanaik

The Hobbit – J.R.R. Tolkien

In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit... Words fall short to describe this book. Some books are a joy to read any number of times and are made for all age groups. I can't believe this book was actually written by the author for his kids. The Map in the book (find … Continue reading The Hobbit – J.R.R. Tolkien

The Lost Symbol – Dan Brown

This one came as a total surprise to my perception of Dan Brown's Books.The story revolves around Freemasonry and a hidden secret. Robert Langdon tries to decipher the hidden secret that has been guarded for generations by a family of Masons. The story starts off introducing a fierce villain and how he manipulates Langdon into … Continue reading The Lost Symbol – Dan Brown

Immortal India – Amish

Amish begins his first non-fiction book by quoting a poetry by Allama Iqbal (translated): Greek, Egyptian and Romans all vanished from this world, but we are still here, There must be something special in us, That we have not been erased from existence, For the whole world has been against us for centuries. Amish has … Continue reading Immortal India – Amish

Walking Towards Ourselves – Catriona Mitchell

A highly underrated book in my opinion! This book contains excerpts from books of 20 different women writers. All these stories broaden our perspective and gives a new look at life. At least one story will definitely trigger some memories from the past. I would categorize this book among those you miss out a lot … Continue reading Walking Towards Ourselves – Catriona Mitchell