Tag Archives: books

Its time, you UNCAGE books from your collection.

Are there books caged in your bookshelves. Are there books that you will never read or refer again? I fail to understand why book lovers cage books when they can UNCAGE BOOKS so that others could also enjoy reading pleasure. By keeping books displayed like trophies in graveyards called bookshelves, we do not do justice… Read More »

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Juggernaut digital reading with my Rules.

Juggernaut, Digital Book Reading Vs. The Real Experience.  It is still taking me time. I am slowly getting there with help from Juggernaut. The Kindle-wielding population may not see what is exciting about this. It is just another app. I never liked reading books digitally. Somehow I miss the feeling that comes with holding a… Read More »

10 Books to read from 2016

As 2016 comes to an end, here I am with the round-up of books I recommend reading. (Click at the respective year to read the list of the books I recommended in 2014 and 2015) And right at the top comes the disclaimer. Frankly, I have read most of them, but not all of them.… Read More »

FREEING THE CAGED BOOKS 2016

It is beyond my comprehension, why most of the influential well-known people keep books caged in the fancy book rack’s along the wall of their reading room. The literary over the tortured ego wall proudly display’s the collection. The books sourced, owned and hopefully read by them. The books act like trophies, and they pose… Read More »

14 Must-Read Books of 2014 that Every Indian A&M Professional Must Read

Books must add up a new thinking, explain an event/ incident/ episode in a life of a company or a person to qualify for the list. Here are the 14 books I recommend to Management, Advertising and Marketing professionals. Some of you are bound to find books on your list that are missing here. That’s… Read More »

17 books to read

17 books that you should read- these are part of the 50 Books I read in 2013- and the one which I felt I could recommend FICTION RECOMMENDED ‘BANKERUPT’ by Ravii Subramanian ‘ASURA’ : Tale of the vanquished. By Anand Neelakantan. Recommended  ‘END OF STORY’ by Arjun Shekar ‘SITA’ by Devdutt Pattanaik ‘BATTLE OF BITTORA’… Read More »