Being the first major novel in the Malayalam language, the book while providing the readers with a very engaging story of a beautiful, well-educated lady of a Nair community, also provides compelling commentary on education, society, and history.
Believe In Your Own Dang Self!!
If you don't like to read, that's because you haven't found the right book.
This 2000 year old work of Vatsyayana has attained its classical status as the world's first comprehensive guide to erotic love because it is fundamentally talking about essential, unchangeable human attributes - Lust, Love, Shyness, Rejection, Seduction, Manipulation, that are also a part of human sexuality. Read more on this sophisticated and elegant new translation and what it has to offer.
Finding eternal friendship for the tween and teens in the company of classic books.
Addressing the Stoicism approach, the way to find calm is not to insist that bad things don’t happen. They can and do happen all the time – maybe not exactly in the way that we always imagine them. In other words, picture the worst, push your worries to their limits and see what you might have left: it might not be pretty, but it might – in its way – be OK.
Verity, by Colleen Hoover, is the book of the month. Verity is not a typical Colleen Hoover book and is one only reader with a strong stomach and present mind should read. With three messed up characters with jet planes of baggage and confusion, I recommend this book to every reader. Let them decide who to trust, as the book takes darker and darker turns into the murky unknown?
IKIGAI, by Hector Garcia and Francesc Miralles is the book of the month. The book is based on ancient, well practiced Japanese concept called — IKIGAI, a formula for happiness.…
Reading is one of the magical experience anyone can have.We can lose ourselves into it and find ourselves there too. Few books will show you how to love…
It is interesting to note that the poem completes the life cycle. As the early drafts of the poem talk about creation of life, the last lines of the poem describes death, or can be called as suicide.