The book itself is written in understandable and beautiful language. The inclusion of text from the real letters make the read more personal and wholesome.
I like the way “Jujube” doesn’t tend to preach. Instead, it reminds us of doing things that we already know of.
“Calcuttascape: Musings of a Globetrotter” is a book for those who enjoy simple nonfiction writing about everything under the sun – travel, business, society, customer service, award functions, literature, and much more.
“Think Like a Monk” is a book that offers both conventional as well as unconventional wisdom in an attempt to make our lives better, happier, more peaceful, and purposeful.
“How to Give Up Plastic” is a great book for somebody who wants to learn about the plastic crisis and the urgency to tackle it before it’s too late. Expect a book that talks about the plastic and its impact on our environment especially our oceans. Expect a book that is short and easy to read.
‘Looking Glass Self’ by Sivaranjani Viswanathan is a poetry compilation which consists of 40 poems. Just like the title, this book features numerous occurrences of metaphorical instincts that leave the reader amazed and muddled at the same time.
A serious inquiry into the sustainability of the world that we live in today. It attempts to propose a better and more sustainable way of living for all individuals. The author proffers a balanced approach that not just focuses on wealth but also on wisdom and ethics.
“Parallels” by V. S. Sury emphasises the interconnectedness of our lives with nature through the 36 chapters. Each chapter is strewn with examples connecting little acts of nature like the seasons and cycles of day and night with various disciplines.
“तीन हज़ार टाँके” में सुधा जी के जीवनानुभव और गहन अनुभूति के दर्शन होते हैं। इस पुस्तक में उन्होंने अपने जीवन से जुड़ी ग्यारह ऐसी घटनाओं का वर्णन किया है, जो मनुष्य को निराशा के भँवर से निकालकर आगे बढ़ने के लिए प्रोत्साहित करती हैं।
“Mehman” is a 4-in-1 travel memoir collection that brings to us the travel journey and experiences of 4 different travellers. These include 3 contributors from across India who contribute to author Anuj Tikku’s blog Tikku’sTravelthon. It also includes travel writings from the author’s pen.
Expect a book that is true to its name and teaches you a thing or two about simple living. Expect a book that is a short and crisp read. One which will help you become a better and happier person. Expect a book that brings to you ancient Japanese philosophy in a nutshell.
Expect a book that serves as a beginner’s guide into the world of creating and selling audiobooks. Expect a book that draws information from the author’s endeavors in the field. Expect a short read that doesn’t provide detailed and exhaustive information on the subject.