Books and their private worlds
Illustrated children’s books to beautifully written prose. We love a stack of books because they show us possibilities of several private worlds.
Books read in 2019
After being stuck in a bit of a rut in terms of reading books, I ended up reading more books in 2019 than in previous years. I read a lot of things online and this year I had to make a conscious effort at switching off from a screen and carry a book. Shivaji: The…
I discovered this book thanks to a couple of podcasts, I came across. Also a cousin whose taste in books I quite like, highly recommended it. The podcasts had Atul Gawande, sagaciously explain the issues around caring for the old and infirm. Atul Gawande brings in a lot of data, a lot of empathy and…
A couple of books about our world
I recently picked up a couple of books on Kindle. Starting with the An Era of Darkness by Shashi Tharoor.
Tolstoy on Hypocrisy
I was reading Demanding the Impossible: A History of Anarchism by Peter Marshall. On a chapter on Tolstoy, it quotes him about writing and exposing the hypocrisy of the wealthy and respectful, including himself.
Some books in my reading list for this year 
A collection of books I am planning on reading in 2017.
5 Books I Enjoyed Reading In 2011
Reading is a passion for me which started with Asterix, Archies and Tinkle. Graduated to Jeffery Archer, Leon Uris and Sidney Sheldon. Then being interested in History, I got addicted to non-fiction books. I wish I could have read more books this year but did manage to read a few. Here are 5 of my…