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Death An Inside Story

Death: An Inside Story

We live in a world full of taboos, and death is one of them. Through this book, the deeper meaning of death is searched that regards it as lesser than…
Consilience The Unity of Knowledge


There are different learning areas, and Consilience is a book that helps all of these areas. Human evolution and the book believe in unifying the theory of science and knowledge.

Antifragile – Book Review

Antifragility books a house that is entirely full of practical topics that will help one to thrive through uncertainty, and volatility.
Eat That Frog

Eat That Frog | Book Review

Time management and personal productivity are what make “Eat that Frog” unique. The actionable steps in the book help you get started as soon as possible. Ideal for Procrastinators.

Shape Up

Shape Up is a book that generalizes the idea of first shaping a project and then betting on getting it done within six weeks by a self-nurtured team.
Crossing the Chasm

Crossing the Chasm

Written by Geoffrey A. Moore, the book diligently serves the purpose of bridging the Chasm, which is a very likely scenario in today’s approach to the Tech Adoption Lifecycle. Through the book,…
Hooked Nir Eyal

Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products

The success of any product is determined on how frequently it's being used. The book explores the primary cause behind certain products and the reason they succeed.

High Growth Handbook – Book Review

A delightful book on a startup’s “good problem to have” — the scaling into an enduring enterprise once you have achieved a product/market match.
Cow Care in Hindu Animal Ethics

Cow Care in Hindu Animal Ethics

The title caught my eye. The book is written by an American who later joined the Hare Krishna mission and had a change of heart. He became a monk who…
Savarkar – Echoes from Forgotten Past

Savarkar – Echoes from Forgotten Past

I foresee a movie or web series being made on this biography. As a book, it is scholarly. Voluminous. 1,500+ pages across 2 books. Unbiased. I was unaware of the…
The Holy Science

The Holy Science-Book Review

This is an excellent book examining the parallel passages from both the Bible and the Hindu scriptures to unveil the fundamental unification of all the religions. Swami Sri Yukteswar Giri…
How to Enjoy Calculus

How to Enjoy Calculus- Book Review

If you have failed to understand calculus in your initial years of studying then you should definitely read this book to help you understand it better. It is written at…

Strengths Finder 2.0- Book Review

If you are searching for a job at the executive level, this needs to be step 1. It’s the proverbial answer to “Know Thyself”. I really liked this thought of…

Euclid’s Window – Book Review

If you are a maths and science buff- this is for you. This is a book that unlocks the philosophy behind the subject. Solid story telling. Sufficiently non-technical for masses.
The gene

The Gene: An Intimate History- Book Review

Mukherjee makes science history interesting, accessible and relevant. It’s a book describing the tale of the birth, growth, and future of one of the most important concepts in the history…
Nudge Book

Nudge- Book Review

The key takeaway is that the environment (home, work, school) has a WAY bigger impact on our behavior than we understand. Author refer to people that design menus of choices…
Master Algorithm

The Master Algorithm- Book Review

The book is full of several interesting incidents. I really enjoyed the few last chapters that were essentially based on the discussion about the future of AI, privacy, digital values,…
How to win an Indian Election

How to Win an Indian Election- Book Review

The book is thoroughly based on researchers, interviews, and the author's own experiences. The best thing was the experiences mentioned by him were very recent, unbiased & did not take…

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck

One of my favourite quotes in the book is “The desire for a more positive experience is itself a negative experience. And, paradoxically, the acceptance of one’s negative experience is…

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