Here’s a list of 5 books you can read this weekend: Faith, 13 Steps to Bloody Good Health, Boundless, Sportivity, Honey I Lost All Our Money,
Author: Devdutt Pattanaik
Why are Hindus so ritualistic? Why do they worship idols? Were Hindus always casteist? Why is a Hindu prayer different from a Muslim or Christian prayer? Answering key questions on Hindu philosophy and associated Indian history in simple ways, this book is a treasure house of information.
Book: 13 Steps to Bloody Good Health
Author: Dr Mukesh Batra & Ashwin Sanghi
In the patented, no-nonsense style of the 13 Steps series, it brings together scientifically sound advice in a non-judgemental course-correction guide. 13 Steps to Bloody Good Health is an easy, doable path to good health—step by step.
Author: Natasha Malpani Oswal
The book is a powerful and vulnerable collection of poems that encourages young women to find their own voice and identity. The last 10 years for the poet have been a journey of self-discovery. Natasha has tried to capture her exploration of identity through these poems.
Author: Vinay Kanchan
Publisher: Fortytwo Bookz Galaxy & TFG Books
Thinking couldn’t be a fun thing, could it? In this book, the author tries to show how thinking, especially creative thinking can be an extremely enjoyable experience. Structured around 10 invaluable, he sets the stage for the uncovering of ideas, and the appreciation of creative insight.
Book: Honey, I Lost All Our Money
Author: Anil Rego
Publisher: CNBC TV 18
This book is set against the back drop of the financial crisis that Sunil faces. The novel speaks about the importance of personal finance in our lives through Sunil’s story. It will take us through the ups and downs and will also show the path to come out of it.