Book Review: The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

Rating : 4/5 The DaVinci Code : A Major Movie and Controversial Novel for Catholic Church The Da Vinci Code : A fictional novel which allows you to think beyond the current view on Christianity Dan Brown’s novel always create something which I like to called “The Reader Void”. This void allows you to think…

(Spoiler) Book Review: God is Not Great by Christopher Hitchens

Criticism of “God is not great by Eastern View” This is one of the burning books which I always wanted to read. International bestseller which challenge directly to the god and laid the path of rationality in front of young generation to think beyond the box of religious teaching and fairly land. Question of God…

Book Review: The Children of Lir by Micheal Scott

The Children of Lir by Michael Scott My rating: 3 of 5 stars This Irish Stories about King Lir is great insight of human behaviour. I Have read the comic version of that story The Most heart touching Irish Mythology This Irish legend of Ireland is most famous and readable mythical story. I was just…

Book Review: The Missionary Position by Christopher Hitchens

The Missionary Position: Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice by Christopher Hitchens My rating: 5 of 5 stars The Missionary Position – A Hard bashing from Hitchens to so called Teresa cult Lover and nexus of Vatican-Missionary-NGO religious shops In year 2015, Pope declare Mother Teresa as “Sainthood”. In India, Many Politician (Including Delhi CM-…

Book Review: In Search of Ethical Leadership by R.M. Lala

In Search of Ethical Leadership by R.M. Lala My rating: 1 of 5 stars Big Time Crap !! Starting of 2017 with piece of Shit   Never Ever read such kind of slow book. This is the book which I could say, I have to push my brain for every single page. Bad starting of…

Book Review: Chankya Chant By Ashwin Sanghi

Chanakya’s Chants by Ashwin Sanghi My rating: 3 of 5 stars Chanakya’s Chants (Hindi) Disclaimer: I have read the Hindi version of this book .. This is my first read of Ashwin Sanghi. I will say that this book is started well and move a bit great at initial chapters. Gangadhar Misra and Vishnu-Gupt share…

My Reading – Year 2016

  TOTAL  BOOK READ-40 BOOKS TOTAL PAGES READS- 11,948                                                                        SHORTEST BOOK 26 pages The Interrogation LONGEST BOOK 670 pages The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown MOST POPULAR 581,354 people also read Deception Point by Dan Brown MY AVERAGE RATING FOR 2016  3.4       HIGHEST RATED ON GOODREADS The Battle for Sanskrit: Is…

Book Review: Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki

Rich dad, Poor Dad Rating: 3/5 I Suggest Every person on Earth Must Read this book once in Life “This book is Financial spiritual book, not a hardcore financial book ” Yes, spirituality in Finance. You read this right. When I purchased this book I thought it would be another kind financial book which will…

Book Review: The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown

The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown (Robert Langdon #03) Rating: 4/5 To Live in the world without becoming aware of the meaning of the world is like wondering about in a great library without touching the books. -The Secret Teachings of All ages Well, again a mind bending novel from Dan brown which has special…

Sanatana Dharma: Avatar -God in Human form (Series #11)

Swami Shivananda, one of Ramakrishna’s disciples, said: “If God does not come down as a human being, how will human beings love him? That is why He comes to human beings as a human being. People can love Him as a father, mother, brother, friend—they can take any of these attitudes. And He comes to…

Sanatana Dharma: Path of Knowledge (Series # 10)

Jnana yoga is the yoga of knowledge—not knowledge in the intellectual sense—but the knowledge of Brahman and Atman and the realization of their unity. Where the devotee of God follows the promptings of the heart, the jnani uses the powers of the mind to discriminate between the real and the unreal, the permanent and the…

Sanatana Dharma: Ethical Principles (Series # 09)

Vedanta ethics and moral virtues are rooted in the ideal of realizing and manifesting our own innate divinity. Simply put, whatever brings us closer to that goal is ethical and moral; whatever prevents us from attaining it, is not. Like a diamond buried in mud, the Atman shines within us, yet its presence remains obscured,…