Why do People think these 5 Books are a Good Idea?

For all the books admirer out there, here’s a near to perfect reading list. Even if you are not that much of a person of books, these top picks will surely make you proficient in multiple aspects.

Only the very weak-minded refuse to be influenced by literature and poetry.

The Great Influenza

The Epic Story of the Deadliest Plague in History

Author: John M. Barry

Genre: Non-fiction

Description: In his influential new book, Mr. Barry tells us about the influenza pandemic. The year 1918 proved fatal for the history of mankind. The virus mutated and spread from farm animals to soldiers in Kansas, USA.

The epidemic wiped out about 100 million people across the globe. The death toll was as seven times as people died in the first world war!

What we learned from it?

  • Masks, washing hands, and social distancing were the best options available: They were not antidotes but prevented the spread to a greater extent.
  • The US medical education transformed exceptionally prior to 1918. Even today, medical research and practice is influenced by it

Who Will Cry When You Die?

Life Lessons from the Monk who Sold his Ferrari

Surprised by the title? Indeed you are!

Author: Robin Sharma

Genre:Self help

Description: A well-authored book by Mr. Sharma on self-development. This 220-page book consists of 101 life influencing chapters. The author shares his personal experiences, infamous quotes, and sayings.

The tougher you are on yourself, the easier life will be on you”.

Robin Sharma tells us how to be happy alone, give priority to our family, friends and loved ones, make reading a habit and a lot of many things.

What we learned from it?

  • The book is a boon if you have been sitting and chatting all day. It will give your life a new meaning. And will certainly aid in achieving greater and better things.
  • On reaching the end, you will certainly know that the title means – When you die the whole world will cry and you will triumph.

Why I Am an Atheist

Author: Shaheed Bhagat Singh

Genre: Essay

Description: “Why did God create this world full of woes and grief where not even one person lives in peace?

Through this book, Bhagat Singh stated that why his atheism shouldn’t be taken as narcissism. He also questioned the beliefs and theories about the existence of God.

Overall, the book is thought-provoking and will surely influence the reader’s mind.

What we learned from it?

  • We are not defined by our destiny but what we do on a daily basis.
  • Freedom of mindset is much more crucial than physical liberation.
  • The future of any nation lies in its citizen. It is their responsibility to make it a suitable and progressive one.

Life’s Amazing Secrets

How to Find Balance and Purpose in Your Life

Author: Gaur Gopal Das

Genre: Self-help

Description: A book full of practical acumen, Life’s amazing secrets begins with how to find peace and happiness in your life. We must maintain the spiritual practice, as well as size up our relationships, personal lives.

Also worth noting that one should always be grateful to God.

What we learned from it?

  • People are striving for some purpose in life.
  • Successful people who aren’t at ease.
  • People who want to know their true potential.

Rich Dad Poor Dad

What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!

Author:Robert Kiyosaki

Genre:Self-help

Description: The author shares the story about having two dads – his real father (poor dad) and the father of his best friend (rich dad). He describes the ways in which both men influenced his thoughts regarding money and investment.

This book comes out with a concerning lesson -“People’s lives are forever controlled by two emotions: fear and greed”.

Do read and find out what else worth it holds.

What we learned from it?

  • People are eager to learn financial literacy.
  • People are studious about how money works for them.
  • The power of corporations and how to invest money.

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By- Pranshu Agarwal & Ayush Joshi

Pranshu Agarwal
Hi there! I am a kind of extroverted person who loves to make new connections and hearing new perspectives. I am a digital junkie and looking forward to become a successful digital entrepreneur. I love to read, if you are also a reader then lets get connected!
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