The Girl Who Knew Too Much

An intriguing description of a love story and a tragedy of a pretty young girl playing together in this book makes it an interesting one. The reader is glued till […]

The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari-II

7. A most Extraordinary Garden ‘In the fable, the garden is a symbol for the mind,” said Julian. “If you care for your mind, If you nurture it and if […]

The Tattooist of Auschwitz

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The Tattooist of Auschwitz

In the words of Graeme Simson– ‘The Tattooist of Auschwitz’ is an extraordinary document, coming more than seventy years after the events it describes, and reminding us how many stories […]

12 rules for life

AN ANTIDOTE TO CHAOS- Rule 5

Do Not Let Your Children Do Anything That makes You Dislike Them All the kids would get together at one house. Then one pair of parents would go out to […]

The Kabuliwala

My five-year-old daughter could not spend a minute without talking it was only a year after she was born that she had mastered our language and since then she had […]

Laws of love

This is a short book by Himanshu Goel depicting the laws of love. Although it is a short book with only quotes, yet it contains the charter of the most […]

12 rules for life

AN ANTIDOTE TO CHAOS-Rule 4

Compare yourself to who you were yesterday, not to who someone else is today. When you have something to say, silence is a lie – and tyranny feeds on lies. […]

12 rules for life

AN ANTIDOTE TO CHAOS- Rule 3

Make friends with people who want the best for you Here’s something to consider: If you have a friend whose friendship you wouldn’t recommend to your sister, or your father, […]