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Top 10 Fiction Books Of The Month | July [Editor’s Choice]

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So it’s the end of July and for this month we are back with the top 10 books in fiction that you can read (if you are a fiction lover). Be it a thriller, or a love story, we got everything covered. 🙂


1. The Girl In The Red Lipstick by Ajay K Pandey

Arun is a bestselling author, and the heartthrob of thousands of readers. While on a book promotion tour, he is injured and agrees to call a masseuse. Little did he know that the masseuse would turn out to be someone with a secret! Arun sees a story in her, and in digging deeper, is amazed to discover her strength of character. Even though Lalita is a young survivor of human trafficking, she has unmatched determination. A single encounter with her makes Arun take decisions that he had never even thought of. He is willing to risk everything for her, his own life too. But the more he tries to help her, the deeper he drowns in the swamp. Will two broken people be able to heal each other? Will society ever accept a girl from the forbidden alleys of the city? The Girl Read More..

2. Two Indian Girls by Kumar Kinshuk

The story revolves around the mysterious suicide of Khushbu, who had married Ajit less than a month ago. As is usually the case, the prime suspects here are the husband and his family. But inspector Rajiv Kumar has some other perspective regarding this case and doesn’t let go of it easily without further investigation. He is involved with Khusbu’s best friend, Amrita who relentlessly asks him to perceive the case from a different angle.

Ajit’s uncle, his father’s elder brother is an IAS officer and his senior is Ghanshyam Tewari the services. Rajiv meets Ravi, the uncle first and senses some sort of foul play there. He confides everything he finds to Amrita and she carries on her Read More..

3. Where the Sun Never Sets by Stuti Changle

‘A story about finding hope in the darkest of times that will brighten your day!’

If you find someone’s diary, would you dare open it?

Well, if you chance upon your old diary, would you dare read through your past?

Iti is forced to move back to her hometown of Mussoorie amid worldwide lockdown to work on her first movie script. Iti’s chance encounter with her first love, Nishit, reunion with her estranged best friend, Shelly, and nights spent reading her well-kept diary, make her best memories and worst nightmares come Read More..

4. Unbroken by Pawan Verma

Unbroken by Pawan Kumar Verma is a fiction book packed with crime, thrill, love, hate, and suspense. It also has quite a number of twists and turns which adds to its many merits. If you’re into this genre or even if you’re not into this genre this book won’t fail in entertaining you and keeping you hooked to the very end.

Our protagonist is Roma Anand, she is a painter, the story starts with her painting exhibition being carried out in Macau, she’s very happy and very unaware of what destiny has in store for her, from being a normal painter to finding herself in the middle of murders, what exactly happened? What went wrong? Well I can’t write everything down here can I? Read the book yourself Read More..

5. A Town under the Lake by Abhyudita Gautam Singha

This book is dedicated to the residents of the submerged town of Bilaspur who witnessed the submergence of their town and their houses in the waters of the Bhakra Dam. The palace, temples, streets, houses, schools, college, grounds, and trees? all were drowned, as the level of the water rose in the reservoir.

This book would allow the younger generation to have a glimpse into the history of their new town which is rehabilitated just above the old town. This would enable them to read about the old town that they did not have the opportunity to live in but what forms the foundation of their rich cultural inheritance. This book is in a pictorial format, which was presented live in Read More..

6. When Delhi Meets Kolkata by Parvesh Kumar

Meet Rahul Malhotra, a playboy from South Delhi, for whom there is no word like “commitment” in his dictionary.

Meet Tanvi Banerjee, a Bengali girl from Kolkata, for whom there is no such thing as a “casual relationship”.

Yet, sparks fly when this Dilli ka Munda, Rahul, meets the sweet Bengali girl, Tanvi, at a lavish wedding function in Delhi.

After a few months of a long-distance relationship, Rahul comes face to face with Tanvi’s orthodox Bengali family for the first time to ask her hands for marriage. But, instead, he is insulted and kicked out of her house as his murky past resurfaces Read More..

7. Forgotten but not Lost by Meher Vineeth Galla

Forgotten but not Lost, is a story of Meera, who tries to write a love story and struggles to find inspiration.

In the search for inspiration, she meets Radha and her story, the story of her life, the story of her love, the story of her love, and her marriage which not only inspires her with a story but also helps her unveil a secret…

What is the secret? What is Radha’s story, her love story? Forgotten but not Lost is a blissful answer to all these questions.

The novel is a lovely mash-up of many different feelings, friendship, hardship, and much more. The author Read More..

8. Time and Tide by Dr. Sona Sharma

Thousands of years have passed since the massive devastation that changed everything. He is now in a bizarrely similar situation. Has the lesson been learned or will history be repeated?

Samvardhana is grappling with insecurities and failure while trying to hold his place at the helm of DWN – the conglomerate his highly successful father has built. His journey takes an exciting turn as he stands at the crossroads of his life.

Only time will tell if he will be sucked into the inevitable loop of possibilities or will somehow find a way out. It is all in his hands. Or is it?

9. White Darkness by Ramesh Menon

White Darkness takes you on an exciting journey as you hurtle through the icy mountains of the Himalayas, the turbulent northeast, the languid south, a Gujrati restaurant in New Jersey, and a strife-torn island in our neighborhood.

The stories evoke a myriad of moods and emotions. War, peace, life, and love are all entwined in tales of passion where the author delves into the complexities of the human mind.

While obfuscation engages the grey cells of the reader, intrigue makes you flip the pages hurriedly. Overall a breath-taking experience that makes you pine for more!

10. Dreams of Reality by Gitanjali Warrier

Leena accidentally downloads an app and her world changes. She begins to see an old world from her childhood pop up around her along with a long-lost love. She is lost between the virtual and real world and the lines start to get blur. The book navigates through her journey and those around her in this sci-fi thriller.

The author of this book spent a decade navigating the roads of communication and marketing in different organizations like Wipro, Zoho, Unacademy, and others.

She eventually realized it was time to step out and start her own business and she launched her fashion brand Senshi. Read More..

 


Book Prices

The Girl In The Red Lipstick Rs.99 (Paperback)
Two Indian Girls Rs.250 (Paperback)
Where the Sun Never Sets Rs.200 (Paperback)
Unbroken Rs.297 (Paperback)
A Town under the Lake Rs.225 (Paperback)
When Delhi Meets Kolkata Rs.199 (Paperback)
Forgotten but not Lost Rs.242 (Paperback)
Time and tide Rs.199 (Paperback)
White Darkness Rs.180 (Paperback)
Dreams of Reality Rs.315 (Paperback)

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

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Welcome to the July edition of “Top 10 Books of the Month” by Delhi Wire! As monsoon showers bring a refreshing change, it’s the perfect time to indulge in some cozy reading. This month, we’ve curated a list of captivating books that perfectly complement the rainy days. From inspiring tales of personal transformation to enchanting love stories and empowering fiction, there’s something for everyone. So, grab a cup of tea, find a comfortable spot, and dive into these 10 must-read books that will keep you company through the soothing sounds of the monsoon rain.



1. Rise Before It’s Too Late by Nikhil P. Bhandare

This book is a self-help gem by Nikhil P. Bhandare. Crafted with love and wisdom, this book is a guiding beacon through life’s challenges. Drawing from literature, cinema, and personal experiences, the author offers tools for resilience and self-realization. Perfect for those looking to navigate life’s ebbs and flows, this book is a transformative companion in a world filled with negativity. The author wrote this book to inform his newborn daughter about the world and strategies to thrive. It provides readers with life-guiding wisdom.

Who should read this book: Those seeking personal growth, wisdom, and insight into today’s society and human behavior.

2. Starfinity by Kartik Batra

Dive into “Starfinity,” a mesmerizing blend of sci-fi, romance, and fantasy by Kartik Batra. In a world where time twists unpredictably, the moon drifts away, and natural disasters abound, humanity faces a mission not to save itself but the Earth.

Are we avatars in a fabricated reality? Amidst this chaos, two souls form a bond that may unravel the universe’s deepest secrets. Is our existence an illusion, or is Starfinity the key to our reality? This captivating tale will keep you pondering life’s biggest questions.

Who should read this book: Fans of thought-provoking sci-fi, epic romances, and fantastical adventures.

3. Discord to Symphony by Dr. Mythri Ramachandra

Enter the intricate world of Avani in “Discord to Symphony” by Dr. Mythri Ramachandra. Nestled within the confines of the traditional Iyengar Mansion, Avani, a talented and eager daughter-in-law, grapples with her career aspirations amidst the stifling norms imposed by her conservative in-laws. As she navigates the delicate balance between familial duties and her innovative spirit, Avani embarks on a poignant journey from discord to harmony. This touching story is dedicated to all multitasking women striving to balance career and family.

Who should read this book: Readers who appreciate stories of resilience, tradition vs. progress, and the journey to self-fulfillment.

4. 7 Years & Waiting by Ruchi Agarwal

After seven years of longing, Amara Tripathi finally reunites with the love of her life, Vivaan, in “7 Years & Waiting” by Ruchi Agarwal. Holding onto hope through life’s challenges in Madhupur and Delhi, Amara finds unexpected comfort in Sarthak Saraf, whose unwavering support and infectious laughter bring new joy. As their bond deepens beyond friendship, Amara is forced to confront a choice when her past resurfaces. Torn between her long-awaited love and newfound companionship, she stands at a crossroads.

Who should read this book: Fans of romantic fiction and stories about love, sacrifice, and redemption.

5. The Crimes of Dahliaring by Devdatta D Waghmare

Dive into the gritty world of “The Crimes of Dahliaring” by Devdatta D Waghmare, a riveting crime fiction that keeps you on the edge of your seat. Set in a city built on diamonds, this tale unravels the fierce battle between a ruthless crime lord, a cunning thief, and a sharp detective. As egos clash and greed reign supreme, lives are shattered, and the stakes grow higher. With its thrilling plot and unforgettable characters, Get ready for a gripping ride that will leave you breathless!

Who should read this book: Crime fiction enthusiasts who enjoy intense narratives filled with intrigue, deception, and high-stakes conflicts.

6. The Insatiable by Bs Dara

Author BS DARA invites readers on a thrilling journey through his novel, “The Insatiable” At the heart of the story is Daniele Luciana, a stunning woman whose fiery romance with a dashing Leo adds intensity to the unfolding drama. As a brutal shootout claims the lives of her entire family, and the detective on the case is gunned down in cold blood, the investigation takes a dark turn, leaving authorities scrambling to piece together a puzzle with no apparent solution

Fiction lovers of intense romance, intricate crime mysteries, and high-stakes courtroom battles, would find the story linger in your thoughts long after you’ve turned the last page.

7. Curve and Crave by Paridhi Singh Rathore

In “Curve and Crave,” Paridhi Singh Rathore transforms the complex world of wellness into a journey of clarity and simplicity. As a nutritionist and health coach, Paridhi empowers readers to create nourishing meals from everyday staples, avoiding the pitfalls of fad diets and expensive supplements. Her approach, rooted in genuine care and unwavering support, guides individuals through the highs and lows of their health journeys. This book is a testament to her commitment to making a difference, offering delicious diet recipes and practical advice.

Who should read this book: Anyone seeking a sustainable, healthy lifestyle with a positive, supportive guide.

8. Seven Marshmallows with Some Pepper by Pallavi Kulkarni

“Seven Marshmallows with Some Pepper” by Pallavi Kulkarni illuminates the hidden strengths of women through a collection of seven inspiring stories. Each tale follows a different woman, showcasing their tender and courageous sides as they navigate daily challenges. From stepping out of comfort zones to overcoming obstacles, these protagonists exemplify resilience and hope. This book aims to motivate women struggling in their battles, reminding them that victory is within reach.

Who should read this book: Women seeking inspiration and anyone interested in stories of resilience and the multifaceted strength of women.

9. Transformational Thoughts by D Senthil Kannan

“Transformational Thoughts” by D Senthil Kannan is a compilation of 100 insightful articles that delve into the power of reflection and perception in personal growth. Drawing from his own experiences and observations, Kannan explores how simple thoughts, new learnings, and rare experiences can profoundly shape our lives. Each article aims to refine your thought process and inspire a renewed perspective on life, with insights from both great and ordinary people.

Who should read this book: Individuals seeking personal transformation, inspiration, and a deeper understanding of life’s lessons and growth opportunities.

10. Love Stars by Dr. Dhruv Subramanian

Step into the enchanting world of “Love Stars” by Dr. Dhruv Subramanian, a romantic tale of destiny and profound realizations. Rudra and Aisha’s story begins in 2016 with a quiet intuition that she’s “the one,” setting the stage for a journey of love, unexpected twists, and remarkable discoveries. Fast forward to 2021-22, gentle suggestions from a sister reignite that moment, leading to life-altering decisions. This manuscript weaves threads of love, friendship, and new beginnings, inviting readers into a world filled with hope and unwavering connection.

Who should read this book: Romantic souls who believe in destiny and love’s transformative power.



As the monsoon rains continue to create a cozy ambiance, our selection of “Top 10 Books of the Month” for July offers the perfect literary companions. Whether you’re seeking inspiration, romance, or a thrilling escape, these books are sure to enhance your rainy days. We hope our curated list has introduced you to new favorites and rekindled your love for reading. Stay tuned for next month’s recommendations as we continue to explore captivating stories and remarkable authors. Until then, happy reading, and enjoy the monsoon vibes!

Book Prices

Rise Before It’s Too Late Rs.199 (Paperback)
Starfinity Rs.299 (Paperback)
Discord to Symphony Rs.269 (Paperback)
7 Years & Waiting Rs.515 (Paperback)
The Crimes of Dahliaring Rs.289 (Paperback)
The Insatiable Rs.423 (Paperback)
Curve and Crave Rs.585 (Paperback)
Seven Marshmallows with Some Pepper Rs.299 (Paperback)
Transformational Thoughts Rs.249 (Paperback)
Love Stars Rs.199 (Paperback)

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

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Welcome to this month’s edition of “Top 10 Books of the Month,” where we celebrate the latest and greatest in literature! Whether you’re a parent seeking wisdom, a professional looking for management insights, or someone in search of inspiration and adventure, our selection has something for everyone. From heartwarming memoirs to thrilling sci-fi adventures, these books promise to captivate your mind and heart. Grab your favorite reading nook, a cup of tea, and let’s dive into these literary treasures that are bound to enrich your reading experience!



1. Raising Resilient Hearts by Niraimathi Magilmaran.

If you’re a parent seeking clarity amidst the chaos of modern family life, “Raising Resilient Hearts” is your guiding star. This enlightening book goes beyond traditional parenting advice, providing a transformative roadmap designed for today’s parents. With a compelling mix of research and personal anecdotes, Magilmaran empowers you to navigate the complexities of parenthood with confidence and compassion.

Ideal for those who crave deeper connections and effective discipline strategies, this book is a beacon of wisdom, guiding you towards a harmonious and fulfilling family dynamic. Perfect for parents ready to embark on a journey of self-discovery and growth.

2. Reflections by Surgeon Captain Mohan Rote (Retd).

Looking for inspiration and insight from a life rich in experiences, “Reflections” is your perfect read. This memoir transcends the ordinary, offering a deep dive into the extraordinary life of a medical professional in the Armed Forces. With over 36 years of service across diverse terrains and challenges, Author’s journey is a testament to resilience and positivity.

Ideal for those intrigued by personal growth, leadership, and adventure, this book is a compelling blend of real-life stories and profound reflections, showcasing how life’s trials can be transformed into triumphs. Perfect for readers eager to explore the essence of living fully and courageously.

3. Message of Bhagvad Geeta to the Youth by Dr. Nalini V. Dave.

This book is a beacon of wisdom for those seeking a fulfilling and meaningful life. This enlightening book presents the timeless teachings of the Bhagvad Geeta in a modern context, offering practical insights for the challenges faced by today’s youth.
Dr. Dave’s interpretation is relevant and accessible, making this ancient text a valuable guide for navigating the complexities of professional and personal life. Whether you’re a young professional striving for success or someone seeking inner peace and fulfillment, this book provides a roadmap to living a happy, stress-free life. Perfect for those eager to explore the timeless wisdom of the Geeta and apply its teachings to their everyday lives.

4. What They Don’t Teach You About Indian Management Style by Anand Kumar R.S.

This book is a must-read for anyone interested in understanding the nuances of Indian business culture and management practices. This groundbreaking book sheds light on the unique approach that Indian companies bring to the table, offering valuable insights for both Indian and international managers.
Author’s deep understanding of Indian and foreign companies makes this book a comprehensive guide to the Indian management style, covering aspects often overlooked in traditional management teachings. Whether you’re a student of management, a practicing professional, or an outsider looking to do business in India, this book provides a fresh perspective on Indian management that is both enlightening and practical.

5. Divine Will by Geetha Ramesh.

“Divine Will” is a beacon of wisdom for the young and restless, offering a simplified yet profound exploration of Hindu philosophy. This book transcends religion, focusing instead on universal principles of self-control, stability, and selflessness. Geetha Ramesh underscores the power of thoughts in shaping our destiny, providing practical guidance for personal growth and development. Whether you’re a young adult navigating the complexities of life or someone seeking clarity and direction, this book serves as a torchlight, illuminating the path towards a more purposeful and fulfilling existence. Perfect for those seeking timeless wisdom in a modern context, This is a compelling read for anyone on a journey of self-discovery and improvement.

6. Eleutheromania by Manasvi Adusumilli.

“Eleutheromania” is a powerful and gripping tale that delves deep into the harrowing realities of abuse and the quest for justice. This book is perfect for readers who appreciate raw, emotionally charged narratives that explore resilience, trauma, and the indomitable human spirit.
Eliana’s journey, supported by the tenacious lawyer Ira, offers a poignant testament to all victims of violence whose voices are stifled by the legal system.

Through heart-wrenching trials and unexpected twists, “Eleutheromania” is a must-read for those who seek stories of courage, survival, and hope amidst the darkest of circumstances.

7. Sun Dancers by Devi Bala.

“Sun Dancers” is a mesmerizing collection of poems that delves into the timeless and universal experience of love. Perfect for poetry enthusiasts and romantics, this book captures the essence of classic lovers whose stories have been cherished for ages. Each poem presents a tapestry of emotions, from the divine to the mundane, reflecting the unique and special nature of every love story.
If you seek solace, inspiration, or a deeper understanding of love’s many facets, “Sun Dancers” offers a captivating journey through the bowers laden with both honey and thorns.Dive into this poetic exploration and experience the enduring dance of hearts bound by love.

8. Synthesis of Abstract Sciences by Sreenivasa Prasad Poluru.

This Book is a groundbreaking exploration of the intersection between ancient scriptures and modern sciences. This book is a must-read for those interested in understanding the deeper meaning behind ancient texts and their relevance in today’s world. Poluru’s insights into the correlation between ancient wisdom and modern scientific discoveries offer a unique perspective on solving contemporary issues such as population explosion, environmental degradation, and religious conflicts. Whether you’re a scientist seeking to unravel the mysteries of the universe or a spiritual seeker looking for deeper truths, this book provides a fascinating journey into the interconnectedness of science, spirituality, and the human experience.

9. Amazing Quotes by Prakash Bojja.

“Amazing Quotes” by Prakash Bojja is a treasure trove of wisdom that is sure to resonate with anyone seeking inspiration and guidance in their daily lives. This book is perfect for those who appreciate the power of words and the profound impact they can have on our thinking and behavior.

Whether you’re looking for a daily dose of motivation or seeking deeper insights into life’s complexities, this collection of over 500 quotes is sure to enlighten and uplift you.

“Amazing Quotes” is not just a book; it’s a companion for life’s journey, offering timeless wisdom that will stay with you long after you’ve turned the last page.

10. Time Keepers by S Nambiath.

“Time Keepers” by S Nambiath is a thrilling tale of survival and determination that will appeal to fans of science fiction and adventure. This book is perfect for readers who enjoy stories that blend science with fiction, offering a thought-provoking exploration of what it means to confront the unknown and fight for survival. As the characters embark on a perilous journey to save Earth from impending doom, they must grapple with the limitations of their own technology and the challenges of facing an adversary that is far more advanced.

“Time Keepers” is a gripping and suspenseful read that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end.

 



We hope you’ve found some exciting new reads in this month’s top 10 book picks! Each of these books offers a unique journey, filled with wisdom, adventure, and heartfelt moments. As you turn the pages, may you discover new perspectives, feel inspired, and find joy in the stories shared. Don’t forget to share your favorite books with friends and family, and stay tuned for next month’s list of literary treasures. Happy reading, and may your bookish adventures continue to be filled with delight and discovery!

Book Prices

Raising Resilient Hearts Rs.275 (Paperback)
Reflections Rs.199 (Paperback)
Message of Bhagvad Geeta to the Youth Rs.249 (Paperback)
What They Don’t Teach You About Indian Management Style Rs.371 (Paperback)
Divine Will Rs.360 (Paperback)
Eleutheromania Rs.249 (Paperback)
Sun Dancers Rs.199 (Paperback)
Synthesis of Abstract Sciences Rs.459 (Paperback)
Amazing Quotes Rs.298 (Paperback)
Time Keepers Rs.345 (Paperback)

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

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Welcome to Delhi Wire’s “Top 10 Books of the Month” campaign for May! As the summer sun warms our spirits, what better way to enjoy the season than with a good book? This month, we’ve curated a diverse selection of compelling reads that promise to captivate and inspire you. From self-help guides to gripping narratives, each of these books offers a unique journey that will leave you enriched and entertained. So, without further ado, let’s dive into our top picks for May, and discover the literary treasures waiting to be explored!



1. Yes You Can Change by Sanket Pai.

For those feeling stuck in the rut of mediocrity, Sanket Pai’s Yes You Can Change offers a compelling guide to transformation. As the most-read self-help author on the Juggernaut app, Pai draws from his profound understanding of cultural, societal, and personal barriers that hold us back. This book delves into the power of mindset, emotions, and belief systems, providing actionable insights to help readers break free from living by default and start living deliberately designing a life of choice.

Ideal for anyone eager to elevate their life and harness their full potential, Yes You Can Change is a must-read for those ready to embrace lasting change and purpose-driven living.

2. Summer of 93 by Archana Somvanshi.

“Summer of ’93” by Archana Somvanshi is a captivating novel that blends suspense with nostalgia, taking readers on an emotional journey filled with twists and turns. Set against the backdrop of 1990s India, the story unfolds in a small village where each character harbors hidden stories that keep you guessing until the last page. The novel’s strength lies in its well-crafted characters and their intricate relationships, beautifully balancing love and resentment, joy and sorrow. Somvanshi’s evocative prose vividly brings the village to life, immersing readers in its secrets and making them feel the sun’s warmth and hear its whispers.

“Summer of ’93” is a must-read for anyone who enjoys a compelling narrative rich in both suspense and nostalgia.

3. Chanakya’s Intelligence by Ravi Singh Choudhary.

Dive into the strategic brilliance of ancient wisdom with Ravi Singh Choudhary’s Chanakya’s Intelligence. This book meticulously explores the teachings of Chandragupta Maurya’s mentor, Chanakya, offering a focused analysis on political science and leadership. Perfect for policy-makers, governance reformers, and history enthusiasts, Author’s work draws insightful comparisons with Sun Tzu and Machiavelli, emphasizing the timeless relevance of Chanakya’s principles in today’s geopolitical landscape.

If you seek to understand the psychology of enemies and effective governance, Chanakya’s Intelligence is your essential guide, blending ancient strategies with modern applications.

4. The Rainbow Girl by Aurel Bansal.

In The Rainbow Girl by Aurel Bansal, readers embark on a journey alongside a young traveler who effortlessly navigates between reality and fantasy. Despite her tender age, Aurel, a student of grade 8, crafts a narrative that celebrates the beauty of life’s simple moments. This book is a testament to finding joy in the mundane, urging readers to live life to its fullest extent, both in breadth and depth.

Ideal for readers of all ages who seek a charming and uplifting story, The Rainbow Girl is a reminder that happiness can be found in the smallest of moments, making it a delightful addition to any bookshelf.

5. The Beginning of an Incredible Friendship by Anirban Chatterjee.

Embark on an enchanting adventure with The Beginning of an Incredible Friendship by Anirban Chatterjee, a self-help book uniquely crafted for Gen Z children. Set in the snow-covered mountains of Sabaudia, this tale follows Singham, a smart and powerful young lion, who dreams of becoming a singer. Alongside his friends Aadi and Bucky, Singham encounters a mysterious owl and faces a mighty monster, unraveling the secrets of the Bhagavad Gita’s most famous shlokas.

Ideal for young readers seeking inspiration and life lessons, this book combines thrilling adventures with profound wisdom, making it a must-read for the next generation.

6. Manifesting Timeless Wisdom by Sushil Khadka.

Unlock the power within you with Manifesting Timeless Wisdom by Sushil Khadka, a modern interpretation of the Bhagavad Gita designed for today’s challenges. This book is a must-read for anyone seeking practical tools for emotional intelligence, inner peace, and resilience. Author transforms ancient wisdom into actionable steps for self-discovery and purpose, making it accessible to all, regardless of religious background.

If you’re looking to conquer stress, master your emotions, and thrive amidst life’s storms, this guide offers a revolutionary approach. Embrace the warrior within and let the Bhagavad Gita’s timeless teachings empower you to lead a meaningful and fulfilling life.

7. Beneath the Buzz by V Viswanathan.

Dive into Beneath the Buzz by V Viswanathan, a mesmerizing collection of short stories and articles that blend fiction with reality. This book is perfect for readers who relish variety, offering suspenseful narratives and insightful explorations of corporate landscapes. Each story invites you to uncover the magic of storytelling, making it an ideal choice for those seeking both entertainment and enlightenment.

Whether you’re intrigued by the complexities of the business world or captivated by imaginative tales, Beneath the Buzz promises to inspire and entertain, appealing to every reader eager for a thought-provoking literary journey.

8. Geography of Mahabharata by Jijith Nadumuri Ravi.

Discover the intricate tapestry of ancient Indian epics with Jijith Nadumuri Ravi’s Geography of Mahabharata. This two-volume masterpiece completes a geochronological trilogy, seamlessly linking the Rigveda, Ramayana, and Mahabharata.

Ideal for scholars, history enthusiasts, and fans of epic literature, this book offers fresh perspectives on characters like Hanumat and Parashu Rama, and meticulously details the geography and chronology of the Pandava Era. By analyzing all 1995 Adhyayas and 18 Parvas, and exploring sub-narratives and character ages, Author solves numerous puzzles of the Mahabharata, making this a must-read for those seeking a deeper understanding of these timeless tales.

9. Grandma’s Culinary Treasure by Dr. Sheryl Viegas

Indulge in the rich culinary heritage of Mangalore with Dr. Sheryl Viegas’s Grandma’s Culinary Treasure. This exquisite collection of recipes is a celebration of family, tradition, and the enduring love for Mangalorean cuisine.

Perfect for food enthusiasts and home cooks alike, this book offers a journey through generations of cherished recipes, from spice-laden curries to crispy snacks. Dr. Viegas ingeniously blends traditional flavors with contemporary twists, making these timeless dishes accessible to modern kitchens. If you seek to savor authentic Mangalorean flavors while embracing innovative culinary techniques, this book is an essential addition to your kitchen library.

10. Doctorpreneur by Dr. Rishi V. Aacharya.

Unlock the full potential of your medical practice with Doctorpreneur by Dr. Rishi V. Aacharya. Tailored specifically for Indian healthcare professionals, this book offers a comprehensive guide to leveraging cutting-edge technologies and digital marketing strategies. Whether you’re looking to increase patient footfall, streamline practice management, or build a thriving practice reflective of your passion and values, this book provides actionable steps and powerful insights. From hidden challenges to marketing secrets using AI and digital marketing, Dr. Aacharya equips you with the tools you need to succeed in today’s tech-driven world. If you’re a doctor seeking to transition from a mere practitioner to a successful doctorpreneur, this book is your roadmap to growth, automation, and fulfillment in your healthcare business.



And that wraps up our May edition of “Top 10 Books of the Month”! We hope you’ve enjoyed exploring these wonderful reads as much as we have. Whether you’re seeking personal growth, thrilling adventures, or culinary delights, there’s something for everyone in this month’s selection. Stay tuned for next month’s list, and until then, happy reading!

Book Prices

Yes You Can Change Rs.297 (Paperback)
Summer of 93 Rs.392 (Paperback)
Chanakya’s Intelligence Rs.399 (Paperback)
The Rainbow Girl Rs.320 (Paperback)
The Beginning of an Incredible Friendship Rs.199 (Paperback)
Manifesting Timeless Wisdom Rs.521 (Paperback)
Beneath the Buzz Rs.295 (Paperback)
Geography of Mahabharata Rs.599 (Paperback)
Grandma’s Culinary Treasure Rs.1605 (Paperback)
Doctorpreneur Rs.250 (Paperback)

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