Are you too demotivated about what’s happening with your life? To make the most out of your precious time, here are the top 4 interesting and self-help books that are of great value and that truly deserves your time:

  1. The Secret by Rhonda Byrne

The bestselling book of 2006, The Secret is based on the fact that positive thinking can create miracles and help you gain success in anything, be it health, wealth or happiness. The law of attraction keeps the world running and the book is based on scientific facts that are embellished with creative thinking.


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  1. Law of Attraction: The Science of Attracting More of What You Want and Less of What You Don’t by Michael J. Losier

Again based on the same law, following this book will help you to keep everything just at its place. The powerful and hidden forces around us can be deliberately manipulated to seek ideal relationships, increase wealth in abundance, improve business as well as discover ideal job and success in whatever you do.


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  1. Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue: Book 2 by Neale Donald Walsch

The Conversations with God is a series of books where Walsch attempts to tell about three basic messages from god that is: we are all one, there’s enough and that ours is not the better way, but, it is merely another way. The book recommends many social and economic changes that will make you more adaptable, functional and sustainable and thus, will bring reincarnation to your present life.


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  1. The Power of Your Subconscious Mind by Joseph Murphy

The five most amazing things that you will learn from the book The Power of Your subconscious Mind are:

  • Your prayers are accepted once you mentally accept everything about it and believe in it.
  • Your subconscious mind is your god that has answer to all your problems.
  • Faith helps you heal and helps you recover all traumatic experiences.
  • A subconscious mind cannot be forced to do everything just through your will power, it rather requires daily investment.

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India is a diverse land of traditions, culture and a blissful sanctity of literature. With plenty of renowned and heart touching Indian novels on the count, here are the top 5 books by Indian authors that will make you feel evocative:

  1. Chitra Banerjee Divakarunis’s – “The Palace of Illusions”


We all grew up with the teachings of the Mahabharata, but the Palace of Illusions is a revisited version of the epic, from the eyes of Draupadi (Paanchali).The novel disillusions the view of a mythical woman and summarizes the viewpoint of the former that lives in a male dominated world. The novel has a strong flavour of connection with today’s world.

  1. Kushwant Singh’s – “Train to Pakistan”


Published in 1956, this masterpiece of literature could never be forgotten. Standing on the painful plot of the Partition of India in 1947, Singh digs deep into the rivalry of religious hatred between the Sikhs and the Muslims. The piece is a horrific showcase of reality and a sweet delight of love blossoming amidst all the odds.

  1. Suketu Mehta’s – “Maximum City: Bombay Lost and Found”


A finalist for the prestigious Pulitzer Prize Award, the Maximum City: Bombay Lost and Found, gives a truthful insight to the glamorous looking metropolis. Touching the unexplored versions of the city like the criminal underworld, rival community gangs, life of bar dancer, abuse and everything else- the story probably paves way to the charts of Bollywood.

  1. Aravind Adiga’s – “The White Tiger”


No, this ain’t a story about the real tiger, but it’s definitely a story of heroism. The White Tiger is the 40th Man Booker Prize Winner and the story revolves around the life of a villager, Balram Halwai. His journey from an extremely impoverished person, who often has to witness issues of casteism, corruption and loyalty, to establishing himself a successful entrepreneur, is an unspoken voice of the people of India.

  1. Kiran Desai’s – “The Inheritance of Loss”


The Man Booker Prize Winner of 2006, the Inheritance of Loss is an extremely heart touching and claustrophobic book that reflects what is true. The plot is placed in 1986 where the two main characters, Biju and Sai shows shades of conflicts between two groups and loss of identity related to post- colonialism.

Playing it my way” is a book written by a person who needs no introduction at all. He is God for Cricket Lovers, Global personality of inspiration to young generation, An adorable father, A lovable husband so on and so forth. The very epitome of the book speaks about the honesty that personifies Sachin Tendulkar the Master Blaster himself.


He says:- “I knew that if I agreed to write my story, I would have to be completely honest, as thats the way I have always played the game and that would mean talking about a number of things I have not addressed in public before. So here I am, at the end of my final innings, having taken that last walk back to the pavilion, ready to recount as many incidents as I can remember since first picking up a cricket bat as a child in Mumbai thirty-five years ago.” – Sachin Tendulkar

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Gone are the days when you had to visit ten different stores and still not get your favorite author’s recent release. It’s been a long since internet has been in India. Now you can easily shop whichever book you want and can even select from a pool of magazines specific for each niche. However e-commerce has not really picked up and it is just a matter of last few years that ecommerce in India took a bang. Online shopping is a huge part of internet today and most people in the urban area prefer shopping online due to the heavy cost and time saving advantage.

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