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Top 10 Business Books Of The Month | March [Editor’s Choice]

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Several great business books come out every month. It’s not possible to read them all, but the best business books attract readers and positive reviews even long after their publication dates.

Further down the page, you’ll find more business book recommendations for this month. Many of these books are fantastic as well as they will help entrepreneurs at every level.

1. I Came Upon a Lighthouse by Shantanu Naidu

I told him that when I write a book, I would write about another side of him and not just historic events or business milestones. I would write about us and our adventures together, and how I saw him, colors and shades of him unknown to the world. Life beyond the great steel wall of ‘industry doyen’.

He agreed. ‘There cannot be one book that captures everything … So you do your thing, give your perspective.’

It was their shared empathy for homeless dogs that sparked an unlikely friendship. In 2014, Shantanu Naidu, an automobile design engineer in his early twenties, developed an Read More..

2. Dream With Your Eyes Open by Ronnie Screwvala

Like the book’s advice, it’s not something you could read overnight and know it all the next morning. It’s more like a Guide to get you going in your start-up life.

Ronnie Screwala writes in such simple English and with such good examples that it makes you only believe how you could also be an Entrepreneur one day. Ronnie has mentioned his start and struggle, this book will give you great insight from an Indian perspective but since it covers film and entertainment so you can expect high growth and bigger challenges.
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3. LifePass by Payal Kadakia

Introducing The LifePass Method: A unique method of goal setting from the founder of ClassPass that will help you hone in on your feelings, screen out unnecessary distractions, and live a successful and fulfilling life based on your deepest desires. When Payal Kadakia let go of the pressure to achieve a traditional kind of success, she tuned in to her calling and built ClassPass into a multi-million-pound company. In LifePass, she shares the unique how she changed her approach to not just business, but to her life.
In LifePass, you will learn how to:
– Focus on what’s meaningful to you
– Embrace all parts of your identity
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4. The High-Performance Entrepreneur by Subroto Bagchi

‘Highly readable, crisply written inspirational reading for any new Indian entrepreneur’—Frontline Difficult though setting up a business is, becoming a high-performance entrepreneur is harder still. And yet, of the many thousands who try, there are those who go on to become successful; some even graduate to setting up companies that hold their own against the toughest competition, becoming icons of achievement. In The High-performance Entrepreneur, Subroto Bagchi, co-founder, and chief operating officer of MindTree Consulting, draws upon his own highly successful experience to offer guidance from the idea stage to the IPO level. This includes how to decide when one is ready to launch an enterprise, selecting a team, defining the values Read More..

5. Everything Is Out of Syllabus by Varun Duggirala

Life seldom comes with an instruction manual or a guidebook. It’s often messy and unpredictable too. While our education may prepare us for situations covered within its set syllabus, most of life happens outside this realm and this leaves us grappling with questions around work, life, and everything in between. Hence, this book.
Varun Duggirala has survived and thrived in a system that throws curveballs at us without the tools to actually overcome them. In Everything Is Out of Syllabus, he offers answers to important questions like:
What is the true meaning of success?
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6. The Minimalist Entrepreneur by Sahil Lavingia

Cracks are forming in the myth of the VC-funded, IPO-driven billion-dollar company. They’re unprofitable, unethical, and unsustainable – so why bother chasing unicorns? The Minimalist Entrepreneur is the manifesto for a new generation of founders who would rather build great companies than big ones.

Packed with hard-won, battle-tested lessons from Lavingia’s own journey of building Gumroad, The Minimalist Entrepreneur teaches founders how to start from anywhere to build any kind of software-enabled business. You will learn how to:
Resist investments that set you up to fail;
Run a tight ship amid the rise of the gig economy Read More..

7. 7 things you should not ignore as a businessman by Mandeep Brar

The Author of the book Mr. Mandeep Brar says, ‘In my journey of ten years, I committed several mistakes, but one thing I never stopped was learning from my failures. In this book, I have tried explaining those things, which can benefit you as a budding entrepreneur. Through my learning, I want to preserve your time and money by explaining all the mistakes others and I have made. After splurging lots of money, I took ten years to acquire and implement all these things in my career. I hope you can read the squeeze of my ten years of personal experience from this book in a few days to benefit yourself in your career. I have tried my best to meet the expectations of everyone who are thinking of starting their own business or are wanting to ascend it to Read More..

8. Are You Made to Do Business with Your Father? by Ayush Soni

This book is all about the personal experience of the Author Ayush Soni. In this book, he has shared his personal experience, while he started working with his father, and from his experience and study, he had explained to the readers of this book through various important subjects and with examples whether a son is made to work with his father. And after you find out the right answer to the question, He also had elaborated on how to deal with it in a manner that will help you grow the business.

There are some real points in this book which is highlighted in simple language for readers to understand. The book is pretty insightful. Must read for people in a family business. Read More..

9. Design Your Personal Brand Presence by Diya Asrani

In this book, Diya Asrani has taken a simple, personalized yet impactful approach towards the concept of personal branding. She highlights a subtle amalgamation of her own stories with a timeless perspective of one’s role as a brand presence in the industry. Fighting through the dilemma of figuring out ways to grow her business and get more clients effortlessly, she has built an evergreen presence that gets her clients effortlessly. This book is a guiding light for many entrepreneurs and knowledge-givers seeking help in building and designing a presence that’s profitable, impactful, and assertive. Diya approaches the concept in a casual yet excitingly coachable way that grabs the attention and helps the reader take action. We all know getting Read More..

10. Back On Your Feet by Neha Lagoo Ratnakar

“We’re not here to transform society overnight. We’ll focus on one person, one family, and one career at a time – and it all begins with you.” – Neha Lagoo Ratnakar
We, women, often witness life passing us by, especially when we take a break to focus on our families. We try to live up to the labels put on us by society – mother, wife, daughter. We ignore the itch to do something more with our talents. Why? We’re afraid of what others will say, of making mistakes, and all too often, of our own success.
Although our fears tell us it’s impossible, you can restart your career after a break. Are you ready to ignore those fears and get started? You’re not alone! Read More..

 


Book Prices

I Came Upon a Lighthouse Rs.236 (Paperback)
Dream With Your Eyes Open Rs.294 (Paperback)
LifePass Rs.425 (Paperback)
The High-Performance Entrepreneur Rs.315 (Paperback)
Everything Is Out of Syllabus Rs.315 (Paperback)
The Minimalist Entrepreneur Rs.432 (Paperback)
7 things you should not ignore as a businessman Rs.249 (Paperback)
Are You Made to Do Business with Your Father? Rs.699 (Paperback)
Design Your Personal Brand Presence Rs.224 (Paperback)
Back On Your Feet Rs.259 (Paperback)


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Top 10 Books of The Month | February [Editor’s Choice]

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With February upon us, the world of literature opens its arms to embrace us with new stories, fresh perspectives, and captivating narratives. This month’s selection of books promises to enchant, educate, and entertain, offering something for every reader’s taste. From thrilling adventures to profound reflections, these ten books have been carefully chosen to spark your imagination and ignite your passion for reading.

Join us as we delve into the Top 10 Books of the Month, inviting you to embark on a literary journey unlike any other.



1. Acts of God by Kanan Gill

In “Acts of God,” Kanan Gill masterfully blends the wit of Douglas Adams, the charm of Terry Pratchett, and the depth of Neil Gaiman to create a comedic science fiction novel that transcends the genre. This wildly entertaining debut challenges readers to ponder the essence of humanity through a series of quirky and thought-provoking tales.

From a Danish policeman unwittingly leading a group of Science Haters to a sentient piece of wall grappling with artistic expression, Gill’s narrative is a delightful blend of humor, imagination, and philosophical musings. “Acts of God” is a must-read for fans of intelligent humor and whimsical storytelling.

2. Don’t Shut Up by Prakhar Gupta

In “Don’t Shut Up,” Prakhar Gupta and Mudit Yadav present a practical guide to mastering the art of communication in all facets of life. This insightful toolkit offers strategies for navigating various situations, from work presentations to personal relationships.

Gupta and Yadav provide valuable advice on how to effectively manage conversations and get what you need while maintaining healthy relationships. Whether you’re seeking success in your career or seeking fulfillment in your personal life, “Don’t Shut Up” is a valuable resource for enhancing your communication skills and achieving your goals.

3. Love Under The Spotlight by Prasanna Ratanjankar

“Love Under The Spotlight” by Prasanna Ratanjankar takes readers on a captivating journey through the glitz and glamour of Bollywood, where the lives of Zeel Kapoor and Advait Chitre intersect in a whirlwind romance.

Zeel, the daughter of Bollywood icons, craves normalcy amidst the chaos of fame, while Advait, a charming troublemaker, finds himself drawn to her against all odds. As their relationship blossoms, they must navigate the challenges of fame, family expectations, and personal secrets. Ratanjankar’s debut novel is a compelling tale of love, betrayal, and self-discovery set against the vibrant backdrop of Mumbai’s entertainment world.

4. Broken Clouds by Deblina Ghosal

In “Broken Clouds,” Deblina Ghosal weaves a poignant collection of poems that serve as a homage to the past. Through the lens of poetry, Ghosal explores the journey from the fiery angst of youth to the tempered acceptance of adulthood. Each poem captures the ephemeral nature of feelings, moments, emotions, and memories, highlighting the fleeting nature of time.

“Broken Clouds” reminds us of the transient beauty of life and the importance of finding our place in the world as we navigate its ever-changing landscape.

Overall, “Broken Clouds” is a poignant read for anyone seeking to reflect on life’s transient nature and the journey of self-discovery.

5. Zero To Everyone by Akash Jaiswal

In “Zero to Everyone,” Akash Jaiswal provides a comprehensive guide for entrepreneurs and marketers looking to amplify their presence in the competitive market. Whether you’re struggling to establish your brand or aiming to understand consumer behavior, this book offers invaluable insights into psychology in marketing, branding, and persuasive advertising.

Jaiswal delves into the strategies used by luxury brands to captivate audiences and transform ordinary customers into superfans. With a blend of practical wisdom and innovative strategies, “Zero to Everyone” is a must-read for anyone looking to leave a lasting mark in the world of marketing.

6. Vial by K. K.

“Vial” by K. K. is a gripping thriller that delves into the dark world of pharmaceutical espionage and global power struggles. When a young virologist discovers a plot to weaponize vaccines, he is thrust into a dangerous game where loyalties are tested, and lives are at stake. As he unravels the sinister secrets of the vaccine mafia, he must confront his own beliefs and make difficult choices. With twists that lead to unexpected revelations,

“Vial” is a must-read for conspiracy theorists and anyone intrigued by the complexities of the COVID-19 pandemic. What will he sacrifice, and what will he discover when he finally meets GOD?

7. Dare to glow by Joyceloy Kyompire

“Dare to Glow” by Joyceloy Kyompire is a transformative guide that illuminates the path to professional fulfillment. This book empowers readers to uncover their passions, conquer self-doubt, build strategic networks, and embrace lifelong learning. Drawing on personal experiences, Kyompire provides actionable steps and genuine inspiration to help readers chart their authentic path, rise above challenges, and make a meaningful impact.

Whether you’re just starting your career or seeking to reignite your professional flame, “Dare to Glow” is your compass to success. Dare to dream, aspire, reflect, evolve, grow, leverage, outshine, and win with “Dare to Glow.”

8. Journey Through My Secret Life In The Womb by Joji Francis

“Journey Through My Secret Life In The Womb” by Joji Francis offers a unique and captivating perspective on the journey of life before birth. Written from the viewpoint of the developing baby, this narrative provides expectant parents with profound insights into the mysterious world within the womb.

Francis blends spirituality, health, and fiction to create a narrative that invites readers to connect intimately with the earliest form of life. This book is not just a story; it’s a bridge that connects us to the miracle of life in its most nascent state, offering a fresh and enchanting perspective on pregnancy and the beginning of life.

9. Work, Win, Wow by Deepika Sohal

“Work, Win, Wow” by Deepika Sohal is a motivational guide designed to help readers unlock their full potential and achieve success in both their careers and lives. Through real-life anecdotes and insights, Sohal emphasizes the importance of mindset, strategy, and habits in reaching one’s goals.

Whether you’re a young professional aiming for career advancement, an established leader looking to reach new heights, or a student preparing to enter the workforce, this book serves as a valuable tool for personal and professional development. Get your copy now and embark on a transformative journey towards success and fulfillment.

10. Aurora by Ganga Santhosh

“Aurora” by Ganga Santhosh is a captivating collection of poetry that explores a wide range of emotions and perspectives.

Through vivid imagery and heartfelt words, Santhosh invites readers to delve into the depths of their feelings and embrace the beauty of experiencing life to its fullest.

This collection is a blend of fantasy, nature, and reality, offering readers a glimpse into the author’s unique point of view.

“Aurora” is a reminder that feeling deeply is not a flaw but a gift, and that by following our hearts, we can witness the magic that surrounds us.



As we conclude our journey through the Top 10 Books of the Month, we hope you’ve found a new literary companion to accompany you through the rest of February and beyond. Whether you’re seeking thrills, insights, or simply a moment of escape, these books offer a doorway to worlds unknown and stories untold. As we eagerly await the arrival of March, let us carry the lessons and the laughter, the tears and the triumphs, of these books in our hearts, knowing that the adventure of reading never truly ends.

Happy reading, and may your love for books continue to flourish with each turn of the page.

Book Prices

Acts of God Rs.310 (Paperback)
Don’t Shut Up Rs.357 (Kindle)
Love Under The Spotlight Rs.90 (Kindle)
Broken Clouds Rs.160 (Paperback)
Zero To Everyone Rs.399 (Paperback)
Vial Rs.799 (Kindle)
Dare to glow £ 16 (Paperback)
Journey Through My Secret Life In The Womb Rs.300 (Paperback)
Work, Win, Wow Rs.369 (Paperback)
Aurora Rs.180 (Paperback)

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Top 10 Books of The Month | January [Editor’s Choice]

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Welcome to our monthly literary rendezvous, where we unveil the literary gems that have captured our hearts and minds. In this edition, we present the Top 10 Books of the month, a curated selection that promises to transport readers into worlds brimming with suspense, romance, history, and profound reflections on life. From gripping mysteries to poetic tapestries, each book on this list offers a unique journey that will resonate with book lovers and enthusiasts alike.

Join us as we dive into the captivating narratives penned by some of the most talented authors of the moment. 🙂



1. Razor Sharp by Ashwin Sanghi

“Razor Sharp” by Ashwin Sanghi takes readers on a gripping journey through the streets of Mumbai, where a relentless serial killer instills terror. The city’s fate rests on the shoulders of Prakash Kadam, a former cop grappling with a haunted past.

Sanghi masterfully weaves a tale of suspense, blending a baffling crime with Kadam’s relentless pursuit of justice. This thrilling page-turner is a must-read for mystery enthusiasts and anyone seeking an adrenaline-fueled narrative. Sanghi’s skillful storytelling and intricate plot twists make “Razor Sharp” an exhilarating start to a promising new series, leaving readers on the edge of their seats from start to finish.

2. The Royal Heist by Alisha Kay

“The Royal Heist” by Alisha Kay delivers a delightful blend of romance, intrigue, and humor. Perfect for readers who revel in royal escapades and spicy romantic comedies, this novel introduces Jaidev, the grumpy Maharaja, caught in a marriage of convenience. As the plot unfolds, the spotlight turns to Naina Gulati, a wedding planner with a secret life as a legendary thief.

Kay weaves a captivating tale of love, family, and an ambitious heist, providing a perfect escape for those who enjoy a touch of royalty, unexpected romance, and a dash of humor. Dive into “The Royal Heist” for a lighthearted and enchanting reading experience.

3. Be Your Own Stress Buster by Vishal Bhanti

“Be Your Own Stress Buster” by Vishal Bhanti is a must-read for anyone seeking a transformative journey toward a life of purpose and meaning. In this empowering guide, Bhanti provides practical insights and actionable strategies drawn from the latest research in psychology and personal development. As stress becomes an inevitable part of our lives, this book offers a holistic approach, going beyond mere management to unlock a path toward true significance.

If you’re navigating the complexities of daily life and yearning for a profound shift, this book is your roadmap to not just cope with stress but to become your own stress buster and embrace a life of meaningful living.

4. Ingress by Lavanya Shanivarsanthe

“Ingress” by Lavanya Shanivarsanthe delves into the intricate web of human connections and societal dynamics. Perfect for those craving narratives unearthing unseen dimensions in fleeting interactions, the book explores imprints left by individual experiences on society. With stories portraying struggles for belonging, love, perseverance, and the fragility of the mind, “Ingress” offers a universal journey.

Shanivarsanthe’s evocative collection resonates with all readers, providing a profound reflection on the tapestry of human existence. Immerse yourself in this poignant exploration for an enriching and thought-provoking 100-word experience.

5. Love, Agony, and a Scintilla of Hope by B K

“Love, Agony, and a Scintilla of Hope” by B K is a poetic tapestry that intricately weaves three stories of love, hope, and melancholy. Ideal for those who savor the beauty of narratives told poetically, this book introduces Henry, James, and Julia—perfect strangers whose lives intertwine through mysterious twists of destiny.

Whether fleeing a crime scene, enduring a lifetime of waiting, or navigating an unavoidable shift in reality, each character’s journey is bound by the fluttering wings of a bird that transcends timelines. If you seek poignant tales that resonate beyond the ordinary, this book is a captivating choice.

6. 1942 by Krishna Kumar

“1942” by Krishna Kumar unfolds the pivotal events that shook British Rule in India, leading to the collapse of the British Empire. Perfect for history enthusiasts, the book delves into the Japanese invasion, East Coast port closures, and the harrowing journey of soldiers and civilians.

Kumar skillfully narrates the domino effect triggered by the Japanese advance, the Quit India movement, and the formation of the Indian National Army, revealing their role in the empire’s demise. For a compelling exploration of 1942’s transformative impact, this book is an essential read, offering a detailed account of a crucial year in history.

7. IRRFAN by Shubhra Gupta

“Irrfan” by Shubhra Gupta intricately explores the captivating life and enduring legacy of the extraordinary actor, Irrfan Khan. An essential read for film enthusiasts and Hindi cinema admirers, this book examines Irrfan’s transformative journey from the National School of Drama to Bollywood. Engaging in probing conversations with industry stalwarts, including Shyam Benegal and Konkona Sen Sharma, film critic Shubhra Gupta paints a rich tapestry of perspectives.

A compelling tribute, this book offers a deep understanding of Irrfan’s art, craft, and philosophy, making it a must-read for cinephiles and fans seeking an absorbing exploration of one of Indian cinema’s most influential artists.

8. India’s Turn by Suyash Gupta

“India’s Turn” by Suyash Gupta unveils India’s remarkable journey toward a $5 trillion economy. This gripping narrative, essential for global affairs enthusiasts, delves into 31 key contexts, from education to sustainability, outlining the imperative pillars for India’s global leadership. Gupta advocates for structural reforms with inclusivity as a focal point, making it vital for policymakers and citizens. More than a depiction of challenges, it’s a call to action, urging a collective effort for a brighter, bolder future.

For those intrigued by India’s transformation and a shared vision, “India’s Turn” is an indispensable guide, offering insights into a nation on the cusp of greatness.

9. Increasing Cyber Crimes In India by Aritra Mondal

“Increasing Cyber Crimes In India” by Aritra Mondal is essential for anyone navigating the digital landscape. As cyber threats surge, Mondal illuminates the alarming rise of cyber crimes in India. This book is vital for individuals, businesses, and policymakers concerned about identity theft, financial fraud, and national security. Offering insights into the evolving tactics of cybercriminals, it emphasizes the urgent need for heightened cybersecurity measures.

Whether you’re a tech enthusiast, a business owner, or a concerned citizen, “Cyber Insecurity” unravels the complexities of cyber threats, advocating for collaborative efforts to secure India’s digital future in the face of this pervasive menace.

10. Oblivion Express by Amit Patil

“Oblivion Express” by Amit Patil is a captivating collection that invites everyone, the protagonists of their own stories, to embark on a journey through diverse paths of life. If you appreciate tales of new beginnings, thriving middles, and memorable departures, this book is for you. Patil weaves a tapestry of stories, each a reflection of the human experience, reminding us that we are all on an Oblivion Express, navigating the intricate threads of our past, present, and future.

Whether you seek inspiration or simply enjoy the beauty of storytelling, this collection is a compelling read for those who cherish the profound narratives of life.



As we draw the curtains on this month’s literary exploration, we hope our selection of the Top 10 Books has added a touch of magic to your reading list. Whether you’re a fan of spine-tingling mysteries, heartwarming romances, or insightful explorations of history and society, our featured books cater to diverse tastes and preferences. We invite you to immerse yourself in the captivating worlds crafted by these talented authors, and we eagerly anticipate your feedback on this month’s literary journey. Stay tuned for next month’s edition, where we promise to bring you another stellar lineup of must-read books. Until then, happy reading! 🙂

Book Prices

Razor Sharp Rs.319 (Kindle)
The Royal Heist Rs.199 (Kindle)
Be Your Own Stress Buster Rs.150 (Paperback)
Ingress Rs.375 (Paperback)
Love, Agony, and a Scintilla of Hope Rs.128 (Paperback)
1942 Rs.125 (Kindle)
IRRFAN Rs.392 (Kindle)
India’s Turn Rs.430 (Paperback)
Increasing Cyber Crimes In India Rs.229 (Paperback)
Oblivion Express Rs.125 (Kindle)

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Top 50 Most Influential Authors of 2023

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Ladies and gentlemen, book enthusiasts, and literary aficionados, welcome to a celebration of literary brilliance and imagination! We are thrilled to bring you an online event that pays tribute to the wordsmiths who have left an indelible mark on the literary landscape. This is the “Top 50 Most Influential Authors of 2023” – a campaign that unveils the genius, creativity, and impact of 50 authors who have captivated our hearts and minds with their compelling narratives, thought-provoking ideas, and unmatched storytelling prowess.

In a world where stories shape our understanding and connect us across borders, these authors have emerged as beacons of inspiration, transcending genres and pushing the boundaries of what we thought was possible with the written word. Join us as we embark on a journey to explore the diverse tapestry of literature, celebrating the profound influence these 50 authors have had on our collective literary consciousness.

Get ready to be inspired, enlightened, and transported to worlds crafted by the literary virtuosos who have earned their place among the “Top 50 Most Influential Authors of 2023.”



1. Gaur Gopal Das, Author of Energize Your Mind.
2. Parini Shroff, Author of The Bandit Queens.
3. Salman Rushdie, Author of Victory City.
4. S.B. Divya, Author of Meru.
5. Ajay K Pandey Author of You are the Best Friend.

6. Raj Shamani, Author of Build, Don’t Talk.
7. Swapnil Pandey, Author of Balidan.
8. BK Shivani, Author of The Power of One Thought.
9. Harshvardhan Rao, Author of The Girl in the House.
10. Ruby Rana, Author of Snap Shot.

11. Prashant Kaul, Author of I Am Sorry My Love.
12. Pramod Rajput, Author of Love is a Verb.
13. Ajit Kumar, Author of My Second Chance With Her.
14. Diyaa Punjabi, Author of Beyond Romance.
15. Nibin Philip, Author of Unlock Your Life.

 

16. Vineet Pal, Author of Pyaar Hai Shayad.
17. Soman Thomas, Author of Stop Sinking. Start Healing.
18. Suvarna, Author of One Step at a Time.
19. Vyoma Bheri, Author of Echoes Beyond the Abyss.
20. Prithvipal Singh Kanawat, Author of Shubha and Sau.

21. Aankur Biswas, Author of GrowRight.
22. Hiral Kapasi, Author of Ethics & its Ecdysis.
23. Neeraj Sharma, Author of Earn Crazy in Style.
24. Sumathy Iyer, Author of Beyond Miracles.
25. Bhupender Gupta, Author of Antarctica Unveiled.

26. Jess Singh, Author of I Never Loved You.
27. Gaurav Menon, Author of Investing & Stuff.
28. Prashant Gupta, Author of The Flow of My Life.
29. Ajai Sharma, Author of Saffron Saffairs.
30. Sudhir Tiku, Author of Life Stolen.

31. Surendranath Bopparaju, Author of Templexity.
32. Yasmin, Author of Midnight’s Anguish.
33. Joe Anthony, Author of The Sacred Revealed.
34. Bitumani Borah, Author of Soulful Connections.
35. V.S.Sury, Author of FENTOSCIENCE.

36. Sree Gaur, Author of Living?.
37. Dieter Gartelmann, Author of Pandemic.
38. Jimmy Jain, Author of DEAL.
39. Manju Sagar, Author of Mere Man Ke Kone Se.
40. Vidyasagar Mundroy, Author of Mission Save Mars.

41. Sumit Sawhney, Author of Leading Learning for Organisations in the Age of AI.
42. Anitha Nadig, Author of A Quest for a New Career Path.
43. Dr. Raju Xavier Chullickal, Author of Easy Vastu for You.
44. Gopal Sharma, Author of Mastering Strategic Excellence.
45. Dr. Gayatri Narasimhan, Author of Unifying Pathways.

46. Deepa Venkateswaran Mukherjee, Author of At the Edge of Tomorrow.
47. Syead Wahabuddin Nasir, Author of In Search of..
48. Krishna Suresh, Author of Soft Skills Unleased.
49. Johan van Rooyen, Author of Beyond The Blackboard.
50. Hans Myrebro, Author of NATO.



As we draw the curtains on this extraordinary journey through the minds of literary giants, we extend our heartfelt gratitude to each and every one of you who joined us in celebrating the “Top 50 Most Influential Authors of 2023.” This event has been a testament to the enduring power of storytelling and the profound impact that authors can have on our lives.

We hope that the insights shared, the stories unveiled, and the authors showcased have ignited a renewed passion for literature within each of you. Let this be a reminder that in the realm of books, the possibilities are endless, and the influence of a well-crafted story can resonate across generations.

As we bid adieu, let us carry the wisdom, inspiration, and wonder shared by these remarkable authors into our own journeys. May their words continue to echo in our hearts, fostering a love for literature that transcends time and connects us all.

Thank you for being a part of this literary celebration. Until we meet again in the realms of books and imagination, happy reading!

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