Monthly Archive:: March 2010

THE FLIPSIDE by Adam J Jackson

I stopped buying and reading self help books long time back and my opinion of them is pretty much firmed up. They are good to read when you are feeling down and out, they can pep you up for sometime but beyond that they may not serve

10 Easy walks in Old Delhi by Gaynor Barton and Laurraine Malone

I have always been a fan of Walking tours, and having done them in various places, it was time to explore Delhi by walking around. A friend recommended me to refer to this small book written by two ex-pat ladies who lived in Delhi and who went

Books on Delhi

I got this list of 50 books on Delhi from Outlook India Website and I have added books that I know of and are not included in the Outlook list. I believe this is a list that I am going to keep expanding. FICTION 1.Above Average (2006)

My Friend Sancho by Amit Varma

  Chetan Bhagat has sure inspired a whole generation of writers to write, and in some cases they have taken forward his legacy to the next level. This book I would put in the same category but it is definitely better than Chetan Bhagat’s books because at

The Delhi that No-one knows by R V Smith

This ‘can fit in your pocket’ size book is big enough to invoke romantic interest in Delhi. In less than 150 pages, the author shares so many myths, legends and stories associated with Delhi and you would want to get up and go to those places, and

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