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BYJU’s Miracle Journey By Ashish B. | Book Review

BYJU's Miracle Journey: from 8 Students to $21 Billion (Indian Unicorns) by B. Ashish | Book Cover

The perks of having “book reading” as a hobby includes getting exposure to some interesting segments of the world. Not only the fictional and virtual worlds are available to our disposal but it also lets us visit some interesting real life journeys as well. Yes, we are referring non-fictional works and more importantly biographical stuff. In the same segment, during ... Read More »

Gita & Vedic Wisdom: Greatest Spiritual Wisdom by Pranay | Book Review

Gita & Vedic Wisdom: Greatest Spiritual Wisdom by Pranay | Book Cover

Spirituality is often mistaken with religious stuff (in bookish sense). However, spirituality is, in a sense, breaking off from this material world and exploring beyond the same. That’s the reason spirituality helps us in performing better at all the aspects of life including social, economical, and others. Gita or Srimad Bhagvad Gita, is an essence of timeless wisdom, knowledge and ... Read More »

Whispering Bricks By Siddhartha Bhasker | Book Review

Whispering Bricks By Siddhartha Bhaskar | Book Cover

Being a book reader has its own perks. And, when you are associated with the Team ThinkerViews, you realize it even more. Here, one get a chance to know about and read books from the genre, which otherwise, could have been given a miss by him/her. Whispering Bricks, penned by Siddhartha Bhasker and published by Fingerprint! Publishing, is one such ... Read More »

Beneath the Keep by Erika Johansen | Book Review

Beneath the Keep by Erika Johansen | Book Cover

Fiction and story-telling is our way to make sense of the world when it gets out of hand, when things don’t make any sense, e.g., when you see intolerance and injustice all around and wonder why humans can be so capable of feeling the pain of others and so cruel at the same time. We think of the great revolutions ... Read More »

The Postwoman and Other Stories by Priyadarshini | Book Review

The Postwoman and Other Stories by Priyadarshini | Book Cover

Books are one of the best ways for us to record our learnings, pass on the knowledge, impart wisdom to the next generation. Children’s books are primarily intended to teach children about morals and good principles, but if we are to celebrate individuality, shouldn’t we leave the interpretation of these tales open to children? And unaffected by the established notions, ... Read More »

The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami | Book Review

The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami | Book Cover

To most avid readers, reading comes from the quest of understanding the world, not only the one immediately around you, but the bigger picture, faraway cultures, the shadowy space where reality ends, but thinking does not. The surreal and the magical does not always have to be fantastical. Some of the best examples of such works are the writings by ... Read More »

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