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The Book of Man by Osho

The more I read Osho, the more I like him and his books like this one The Book of Man. Probably because he gives...
Chitralekha by Bhagwati Charan Varma

Chitralekha by Bhagwaticharan Verma

Human nature, it’s changing needs and wants, its relationship with God and the various ways to reach the ultimate truth have always been the...

Code Name God by Mani Bhaumik

Someone said ‘You can write a book and become famous, or you can become famous and write a book’. The author of this book...

The Difficulty of Being Good on the Subtle Art of Dharma by Gurcharan Das

Gurcharan Das is one of the few multifaceted public personalities that we know of in current day India. He had an extremely successful career...

The Secret of Shambhala by James Redfield

Long time back I had read ‘Celestine Prophecy’. And I had really liked it. It was my introduction to the theory of ‘Energy Fields’....

Reflections on the Art of Living – A Joseph Campbell Companion by Diane K...

There are very few books that you read and you know you will keep going back to them. Reflections on the Art of Living...

The Zahir: A Novel of Obsession by Paulo Coelho

The Zahir is a typical Paulo Coelho book. Based on a particular country and its mysticism and the messages it gives. This time it...

The Fifth Mountain by Paulo Coelho

Paulo Coelho wrote a book called ‘Alchemist’ and he should have stopped there. But I guess the book was so well accepted (it deserved...

Invincible Mind by Arati Katre

Arati Katre happens to be a friend’s friend. And this is how I got to read this privately circulated book Invincible Mind. The book...

Scientific Basis of Hindu Beliefs by Bhojraj Dwivedi

I picked up this book Scientific Basis of Hindu Beliefs a few weeks back from the recently launched Reliance Timeout bookstore. Probably because this was...

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