The Bad Boys of Bokaro Jail by Chetan Mahajan

The Bad Boys of Bokaro Jail by Chetan Mahajan

A highly educated corporate executive ends up in Jail. Far away from his home. For no fault of his and spends about 30 odd...
Raja Ravi Varma By Ranjit Desai

Raja Ravi Varma by Ranjit Desai Translated by Vikrant Pande

Raja Ravi Varma, a king, a painter and usually called a Prince among the painters. And a Painter among the kings. All I knew...

Bhagavad Gita by Mani Rao – Book Review

Gita is a text that has enchanted many since the time it was spoken at Kurukshetra. And it has enchanted each one in a...

The Sufi Mystery by Idries Shah

Sufism has always intrigued me. Though the only association I have had with them is the fact that I like Sufi music which somewhere...
The Goal by Eliyahu M Goldratt and Jeff Cox

The Goal by Eliyahu M Goldratt and Jeff Cox

You come across this book wherever you go. And most of the people around me had read this book. Almost everyone said that The...

The Groaning Shelf by Pradeep Sebastian

A bibliophile’s dream is a room full of books. Books from floor to the ceiling, the smell of paper, some light to read, if...
Sahara A Journey of Love, Loss and Survival by Paula Constant

Sahara A Journey of Love, Loss and Survival by Paula Constant

Sahara by Paula Constant is a sequel to her first book Slow Journey South. In the first book, she wrote about her walk from...

The New Leaders by Daniel Goleman

Ages back I had read ‘Emotional Intelligence’ by the author of The New Leaders. Though the concept is pretty understandable, I per se do...
Book Review - The Marwaris, from Jagat Seth to the Birlas by Thomas A Timberg and Gurcharan Das

The Marwaris by Thomas A Timberg, Gurcharan Das

The Marwaris - the business community in India. Originating from the Marwar region of Rajasthan has been an enigma for business students across the...

Profitable Growth is Everyone’s Business by Ram Charan

Ram Charan is my favorite management writer. Because all he that says makes sense to me. What he says in his books is most...