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Are you looking for some good Indian Self-Help books to read? bookGeeks has one of the largest collection of reviews of Indian Self-Help Books written by authors like Radhakrishnan Pillai, Robin Sharma, Mukesh Jindal and Prakash Iyer covering a wide range of topics like positive thinking, personality development, leadership, health and general wellbeing. A self-help book is one that is written with the intention to instruct its readers on solving personal problems.

All our reviews are professionally done and the methodology we follow is logical but simple. We divide our book reviews into 5 categories:

1. The Plot: This is the main idea behind the book.
2. The Characters: The main actors in the books.
3. The Writing Style: The readability and language flow.
4. The Climax: The end.
5. The Entertainment Quotient: Overall enjoyability of the book.

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A Fistful of Love, all of 214 pages, comprises of around 50 small essays whose topics range from love, attachment, marital relationships, problems and inconveniences, kindness, love language, human desires, cheating in relationships, marriage and its truths, desires, and its DNA, personal fulfillment, destiny and free will, tolerance, eternal truth, faith, realization, etc.

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Here at bookGeeks, we’ve curated a list of seven spiritual novels that promise not just to entertain, but to profoundly influence and transform your life. These novels are more than mere stories; they’re portals to deeper understanding, offering insights and revelations that resonate long after the final page is turned.

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Within the pages of ‘Reflections: A Collection of 5-Minute Essays’ by Uma Rajagopal, readers embark on a poignant journey through the author’s life experiences. Focusing on themes of motherhood and womanhood, this book offers universal insights, encouraging us all to embrace life’s ups and downs and find our passions. With relatable anecdotes and a personal touch, it’s a heartwarming, thought-provoking read, celebrating the beauty of life’s small moments and the power of self-discovery.

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In “Wide Canvas” by Anil Annaiah, simplicity takes center stage, echoing the timeless adage that it is the pinnacle of sophistication. This book’s elegant prose captivates, as the author’s thoughts are etched onto its pages, ready to sprout seeds of inspiration within readers’ minds. With a blend of simplicity and sophistication, Annaiah’s work becomes a fertile ground where ideas find root and flourish.

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Happiness, an elusive concept, seems to slip away the harder we strive for it. However, the solution lies not in ceaseless pursuit, but rather in comprehending it from within ourselves, in the small joys that enrich our everyday existence.
Coincidentally, this is precisely the objective of my recent read, “The Peace Approach” by Alok Tripathi. The book aspires to help us grasp the essence of happiness and incorporate its practice into our daily lives.

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A best-seller as soon as it was released and noted as a ‘must read’ by Jay Shetty, this book is a way to a whole new outlook towards life, facing challenges, and getting in touch with the inner energy and power of our mind that will help us to achieve greater control. The theme of the book revolves around the individual mind and its myriad possibilities, capacity, and abilities.

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Inspired by the long tradition of Oriental mysticism and philosophical monotheism, The Prophet is Lebanese-American writer Kahlil Gibran’s magnum opus. He was also an artist and a poet who gained international repute through the depth of his creations that rattle the soul and evoke spiritual awakening.
The Prophet is crisp yet profound with terse and compact anecdotal sayings. At the core of this book is wisdom that is enriching because of a deep understanding of life and human nature

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Divided into ten chapters, How to Write a Book In 8 Days explains the process of writing a book, right from the most basic level to the most advanced form. The book also goes on to mention the tough world of publishing and lists out in-detail steps on how to find a good publisher, a short but effective analysis of self-publishing, and other critical and hidden aspects of publishing in detail.

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In a world that is constantly changing at an ever-increasing pace, it is imperative that we change and this need for growth-oriented change cannot be better explained than through the author’s own words,
“Sometimes we are stuck in a rut, not being able to evolve to the next state despite commitment, intention, and lots of hard work. We perhaps do not yet have the awareness, capacity, or the skill set to move to the next level.”

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Meticulously written with old takes on an otherwise contentious topic like war, written to highlight the multi-dimensional implications of its central topic, The Art of War is an ancient Chinese text which is better termed a treatise written by Sun Tzu, who was a 6th-century warrior philosopher. Terse, crisp, and epigrammatic, the teachings of this text remain utterly significant, relatable, and relevant to modern-day readers.

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Julia Boorstin, the author of When Women Lead, has herself worked in a highly power-imbalanced environment as a reporter at CNBC. For this book, she interviewed various women in business about the discrimination they faced and how their leadership changed things. Workplace discrimination is not limited to the boardroom alone; it is in fact the reflection of the pervading gender norms in the world.

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