Imagine being a single mother of two out there in the wide world and having to climb the corporate ladder without having even learned or delved into the basics. Unstoppable: Only When You Become A Villain, You’ll Become A Hero by Meena Chabbria, is a memoir of one such brave pursuit in life
Do you want to read a book that explains all about investing and related concepts, albeit in a simplified manner, without getting too technical? Age of Investing by Piyush Kamra is then your perfect guide towards understanding the art of investing and also the concepts related to it.
Ever tasted raw pain and yet felt powerful? Hmm, that is exactly what acceptance and growth are all about. To be able to come to terms with your nemesis in life and overcome all odds. Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur, a collection of cathartic modern-day micropoems, is much more than an assimilation of her wandering, meandering trysts with life; they are pieces of the whole journey she has candidly splayed on paper, transforming her pain into power through her pen.
Hmm, so if you are one of those who wish to understand the synopsis and the complete back story of real estate but are intimidated by the countless complex narratives flooding the market for the same, this book, Real Estate: The Good, the Bad, and the Unanswered by Deepesh Salgia, is your answer.
Is reality only what shows up when a crisis occurs? Or is there also a second side to the story? The real, unfiltered side? Presenting a review of The Gorakhpur Hospital tragedy: A Doctor’s Memoir of a Deadly Medical Crisis by Kafeel Khan
Uncover the secrets of a long and fulfilling life with “Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life.” Discover what the concept of ikigai means, why it’s important, and how you can find your own ikigai to lead a more meaningful life. This book review will inspire you to explore your passions, strengths, and values and show you how to cultivate a sense of purpose that can bring you happiness and fulfilment.
China After Mao by Frank Dikötter offers a fascinating insight into the political, economic, and social changes that have taken place in the country over the last few decades. Dikötter’s thorough research, engaging writing style, and nuanced analysis make this book a must-read for anyone interested in understanding China’s recent history.
The Mundhra Scam, in a nutshell, was all about how the Life Insurance Corporation of India was manipulated into buying shares worth almost Rs. 1.26 crores, of companies that were owned by Calcutta-based businessman Haridas Mundhra. Whilst the amount by itself was not very huge, what made this a major one was the fact that it was India’s first major financial fraud, one that involved bureaucrats and politicians too. The First Scam: A Detailed Story Of Haridas Mundhra by Mahendra Arya is a detailed narrative which not only describes the whole event in a detailed breakdown but also does so by providing viable, well-researched facts and data related to the same.
Did you know Bachendri Pal was the first Indian woman to climb Mount Everest? Ever thought about how challenging it can be to scale a mountain as tall as Everest and the challenges that accompany it? The Call of Everest by Brig Darshan Khullar gives an insightful account of the trysts and the eventual jubilation of one such event
In this in-depth review, we explore the raw and emotional poetry collection Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur. Delve into the themes of love, loss, and healing, as we take a deep dive into Kaur’s powerful exploration of personal experiences. Join us as we uncover some of the most impactful and memorable poems from this must-read book.