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Book Reviews & Recommendations

 

 

 

Throughout the ages, since time immemorial, books have remained the single most important source of inspiration, knowledge and understanding. The book reviews and recommendations provided under this section cover books from various fields of Psychology, Spirituality, Science, Business and History to open up and expand your world.

You might be wondering what is the connection between your exam preparations and reading psychology, spirituality, science and business books. There is not just a connection but an absolute necessity why you need this.

Nobody is born with a separate, unique and intelligent mind; we are all born equal with only the ability to perceive and respond to our environment. Intelligence is the ability to apply ones mind from the varied understanding derived from interdisciplinary fields. The more expanded is your awareness of different fields, the more easier it is for your to understand, comprehend and apply your mind.

The world is different now, gone are those days when just specializing in one area was more than enough. In today’s open world, your awareness of interconnecting fields and know-how about how each are related is more important than anything else.

This section will provide you reviews and recommendations of some of the most insightful and magnificent books that have the capacity to ignite your creative spirit and put you on a path of never ending learning & wonder.

Archives  

1. Crime & Punishment – Dostoevsky

2. Mohandas

3. The Dancing Wu-Li Masters

4. The Dhammapada

5. Blink – The power of thinking without thinking

6. Gitanjali – Rabindranath Tagore

7. The Fountainhead – Ayn Rand

8. A History of Western Philosophy

9. The world is flat – Thomas L. Friedman

10. The Sufis – Idries Shah

11. The Tipping Point – Malcolm Gladwell

12. Curious Lives – Richard Bach

13. Eastern Religions And Western Thought – Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

14. A Brief History of Time – Stephen Hawking

15. The Power of Now – Eckhart Tolle

16. The Hindus – Wendy Doniger

17. The Wealth of Nations – Adam Smith

18. The Last Days of Socrates – Plato

19. A flame of learning – J Krishnamurti

20. Outliers – Malcolm Gladwell

21. Stranger to the Ground- Richard Bach

22. The Limit of Thought- J Krishnamurti & David Bohm

23. Chicken Soup for the Soul- Jack Canfield

24. The upanishads

25. Blue Ocean Strategy

26. The Goal – Eliyahu M Goldratt

27. Gita

28. Be Here Now – Ramdass

29. How to Change The World – David Bornstein

30. The Feeling of what happens – Antonio

31. How to change the world – David Bornstein

32. Jonathan Livingston Seagull – Richard Bach

33. Atlas Shrugged – Ayn Rand

34. The Leader who had no Title – Robin Sharma

35. The Art of Communicating – Thich Nhat Hanh

36. Becoming a life change artist – Fred Mandel

37. The Great Transformation – Karen Armstrong

38. The golden age of zen – John Wu

39. The Sacred Wisdom of the Native Americans – Larry Zimmerman

40. Ishmael – Daniel Quinn

41. Awareness – Anthony De Mello

42. The Science of Mind – Ernest Holmes

43. A new life – Charles Darwin

44. Walden – Henry David Thoreau

45. A New Earth – Eckhart Tolle

46. Be here now – Ramdass

47. Einstein – Walter Isaacson

48. The feeling of what happens – Antonio Damasio

49. A New Earth – Eckhart Tolle

50. Spider Woman’s Web

51. Capitalism – Ayn Rand

52. Understanding the Dead Sea scrolls – Hershel Shanks

53. Empire of the Summer Moon – Gwynne

54. The beginning and the end – Nicolas Berdyaev

55. Jerusalem – James Carroll

56. The Language of Flowers – Vanessa Diffenbaugh

57. Leviathan – Thomas Hobbes

58. World of our fathers – Irving Howe

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