Non Fiction

Indian Stories: Images and Thoughts by Ravi Valluri

It is an utter delight from beginning to end. A smorgasbord of historical people and places, facts, festivals and parties, pilgrimages and ancient texts. It is also full of touching examples of everyday life - as Ravi Valluri explores with a kindly eye, the nooks and crannies of India and its people.

Author Interview: Monica Iyengar | The Author of Work Hard-ly

Monica Iyengar, the author of Work Hard-ly, pursued a bachelors in science with mathematics as major and followed it up with an MBA. She has 15 years’ experience in sales and business management managing large teams in various organizations.

Book Review: Great Values, Great Business by Prasanna Swaroopa & T Chandrasekhar

Good Values, Great Business provides a comprehensive view of values in business, ranging from the basic concepts of ethics to the ethics of business applications that include ethics in the production, advertising, labor and the environment.

Book Review: Elon Musk by Ashlee Vance

Title: Elon Musk: How the Billionaire CEO of Spacex and Tesla is Shaping Our Future Authors: Ashlee Vance Publisher: Virgin Books Genre: Biography, Business First Publication: 2015 Language: English   Book Summary: Elon...

Best Books for Entrepreneurs

In an era where books for entrepreneurs are a super-popular and super-hyped thing on Amazon, it is hard to choose which ones to pick. Even though there are thousands of books for entrepreneurs on the market – not all of them live to your fullest expectations and most of them are a ton of paper waste…

Book Review: Happiness to the Power of Infinity by Rohit Sodha

Happiness to the Power of Infinity is brilliant book with concrete techniques to change ones habits, founded in extensive research. Much of what is presented, is common sense I think, but the difference is, that it is articulated in ways I can not, and is tested in research studies.

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