In 2015 I decided to pursue my passion during my work. I decided to read it. He took the challenge of completing a book every month. I did because I had to feed my soul and feed my dreams. I had to travel in text. So I picked up the 12-month, 12-book challenge. Most of the books read out randomly, some of my loyalty to the author and some of them. I've always been sure to document my opinion to every book reader. So here I am presenting an overview of my books.
January: Arvind Adiga White Tiger
I started reading a bestseller. This book is a revelation in the lives of car drivers in India. Their senses about the rich and the poor. It carries out the life of a hero, who wants to lead a dignified life like a village bus collector. However, the story is broken. He leads a richer life, but how? It definitely describes how it is readable.
February: Chanakya sang Ashwin Sanghi
A very cleverly written book that passes between two periods. Chanakya's wisdom captures personalities simply to save India. The political background makes the book interesting. Chanakya's strategies can be beneficial from today's business and political point of view. Do not miss this, it is worth accumulating tension.
March: Chicken soup for the Indian soul during the work of several authors
A light, motivational reading when you feel unhappy with work. There are many stories that help you get started.
May: Princess Jean Sasson's Titles
Jean Sasson is a well-known author who is well known to convey women and their victories in Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Kuwait and so on. It is a heartwarming book that is organized around the life of Princess Sultana, a central player and struggle for the lives of men and women, this time on Yemen, ISIS and Pakistan. Read if you can handle the bitter truths of our society.
June: Get to the Top by Suhel Seth
This book is a useful guide to how people can love, accept social circles and become socially successful. The language is simple and the rules can be easily memorized. An amusing book worth reading.
July: India vs Pakistan: Why can not we be friends? Husain Haqqani
One of my favorite favorite topics is the debate. This book provides a surprising insight into the Indian and Pakistani authorities. It will take you some time before India is shared, cricket and so on. The author ends with a positive, hopeful remark, offering solutions to strengthen relations between the two lost siblings.
August: Mrs. Funnybones Twinkle Khanna
In fact, I thought this book would be stupid and turned out to be fun reading. I made it in one day. The book is a translator. This gives a look to Mrs. Funnybones's celebrity, that is. Twinkle Khanna, but that's not what you imagined. You will like it if you like reading Moni Mohsin. Twinkle Khanna did a good job.
September: Family Wisdom Robin Sharma
My mother received it as a gift. The DIY manuals were the least popular, but at this point I had no books to read and the cash was limited. I chose this here. Although this book is for parents, I'm happy to read this section of my life. It is a book that is about creating great family values and goals and how it binds to your children.
October: An Indian Girl, Chetan Bhagat
You may be hating her work, but I read books for love stories, indianity, and simple language. Yes, I'm fond of most of your books. However, this can be missed. This is too filmy. I liked it from a girl's point of view, and the CB liked it.
November: Collected Stories Gabriel Garcia Marquez
I got this as a gift from my best friend. If you are too frightened or spoiled by sad stories, you should completely avoid this book. Almost every story is about death and ghosts. What causes the bad, very descriptive of the dark rotting details. Not for those who immediately perceive negativity and despise it. I gave the gift to my friend, but only with disgust.
The short story of a former famous author, Sadat Ali Manto. His work is written in and before the Independence. The human feelings and their position are recorded in a very rough way. Within these pages of the book a few decades ago we felt Indian culture and a Hindustani.
Summing up my experience, reading books constantly lacked my breath. Just because I knew there was only one month for every book. I'm happy to spend time on the hobby again. And as they expected, my soul nourishes the journey time and the new dreams! I hope we can connect again to your hobby as I do.
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