Friday, 24 March 2023

Review of "Only Thoughts: Philosophy of Everything" by Sujal Sahu

Book: Only Thoughts: Philosophy of Everything

By: Sujal Sahu


#1 Hot New Release in philosophy, reference, and psychology from the launch, and also has been the best seller in philosophy and psychology (Kindle Store, India).

Philosophy is the first academic subject that was responsible for very profound progress but also retardness, especially today. If you ever read different philosophies, you must be very well aware of the contradiction of different kind or types of philosophy imposes. Philosophy without a doubt lead us to science i.e., a subject that always leads to progress and is dedicated to creating absolute, contradiction-free knowledge. But still despite the existence of science people are not clear about what part of philosophy was absolute, what are the necessities, what exactly overall philosophy means, and what is the subject of everything - is it philosophy?

That’s why I have written this book to clear those things and end philosophy once and for all. This book is meant to clear the bases of everything and also to eradicate the base of things that retard progress. This book is the 1st book written by mean which creates the base for every subject so that I can write the 2nd book “Co
nnectivity – Theory of Everything” and the 3rd book “Solution of All Prior Unsolved Paradoxes”. At last, I would say “judge a book by its index*”.

*Just in case you don’t know index doesn’t necessarily mean a list in order from A to Z at the end of the book containing the names which are the subjects that are referred to in the book, it can also be the Table of chapter or content which is the case for my books.


Well as stated by the author, judge a book by its index I would also say the same. The book is a strong philosophical idea of the author. It contains various concepts and ideologies of the writer by specifying the clarity between various jargons and hierarchy.

It is one of the most debatable book in its own as it states the reality and understanding of the thoughts. We all think of what's important and what really matters but do we know the real concept or the real meaning behind it? 

Well our lives all are filled with thoughts and delusions which are factors for our decisions but figuring out the realistic and the unreal is deeply important. The author begins the book stating his motive behind it and how does all the book connects with the reader. Moving on the author's strong points that explain the real meaning of thought and knowledge adds to its value. There can we thoughts of various readers that may differ from the author but it takes a strong and courageous person to pen down all of this in such a compelling way.

At the end the difference between Monarchy and Democracy is well quoted by the author and then the hierarchy of needs graph explains the division of needs for survival.

Over all a great book to read!!


Friday, 17 March 2023

Reading is Fun

Reading books can be an incredibly enjoyable and rewarding experience. Not only does it allow us to escape into different worlds and explore new ideas, but it can also improve our mental and emotional well-being.

Indian Book blogger Harshita Ashwani

Here are some reasons why book reading is fun:

  • It stimulates your imagination - When you read a book, you are not just processing words on a page, but you are also creating vivid mental images of the characters, settings, and events described in the book. This allows you to exercise your imagination and expand your creativity.

  • It improves your vocabulary and cognitive abilities - Reading books can help you learn new words and phrases, which can increase your communication skills and critical thinking abilities. Additionally, reading can improve your memory, concentration, and focus.

  • It reduces stress - Reading can be a form of relaxation and escapism. When you immerse yourself in a good book, you can temporarily forget about your worries and problems and experience a sense of calm.

  • It exposes you to different perspectives and cultures - Reading books can broaden your horizons and help you gain a deeper understanding of other people's experiences and perspectives. This can increase empathy and compassion, as well as help you become more culturally aware.

  • It can be a social activity - Joining a book club or discussing books with friends and family can be a fun and engaging way to connect with others and share your thoughts and opinions.

In conclusion, reading books can be a fun and enriching experience that offers numerous benefits for your mental and emotional well-being. Whether you enjoy fiction or non-fiction, there is a book out there for everyone. So why not pick up a book today and see where it takes you? 

Friday, 24 February 2023

Review of 8 Things to do when you turn 20

8 Things to do when you turn 20 is an informative book by Debotosh Chatterjee. The book contains 8 major lessons that would be a helping hand to learn from mistakes of others.

As said by the author the 8 key points to achieve a better living include being self reliant, solution oriented, avoiding narrow mentality and....more ( read the book to explore them all).

I found each and every chapter quite relatable and Out of all these chapters I loved the concept of "ACQUAINTANCES VS FRIENDS" the most. As youth today believes in friendship factor more than anything this will open up the young minds to understand the difference between acquaintances and friends.

As said by the author himself, this book is an "appetiser" for young minds to be curious to explore more ideas. At the end the 80:20 principle in the conclusion was quite inspiring.

A must read for all who are in their early 20s. Kudos to the author for writing and sharing these life learnings. 

8 Things To Do When You Turn 208 Things To Do When You Turn 20 by Debotosh Chatterjee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

8 Things to do when you turn 20 is an informative book by Debotosh Chatterjee. The book contains 8 major lessons that would be a helping hand to learn from mistakes of others.

As said by the author the 8 key points to achieve a better living include being self reliant, solution oriented, avoiding narrow mentality and....more ( read the book to explore them all).
I found each and every chapter quite relatable and Out of all these chapters I loved the concept of "ACQUAINTANCES VS FRIENDS" the most. As youth today believes in friendship factor more than anything this will open up the young minds to understand the difference between acquaintances and friends.

As said by the author himself, this book is an "appetiser" for young minds to be curious to explore more ideas. At the end the 80:20 principle in the conclusion was quite inspiring.

A must read for all who are in their early 20s. Kudos to the author for writing and sharing these life learnings.

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Thursday, 16 February 2023

Review of "Not You Please"

Kudos to the author Anuradha Dev for her debut novel Not You Please. This novel caught me off guard because it is romantic taste love triangle crisp.

The story is about Mishti, who is more of an introvert in a herd of extroverts. Her school life seems miserable as she had faced bully by one of the well known guy in their school, named, Vikram. The story starts with Mishti, Saahil and Vikram being assigned to the same team in a group project. 

As the situation says a bully, an introvert and Sahil. Ok so who is Sahil? 

May be a part of love triangle? 

What do you guys feel? 

More interesting facts will be revealed once you read the book and experience the school time love story, it's effects, it's actions and even nostalgia if you can relate it to your school days (in some events). 

The book is short crisp and an amazing piece of story telling that made me lost in the story. The title seems the most appropriate one when you go through the chapters. The writing style of the author makes the book more readable and interesting to the reader.

Overall, a must read for all my readers!!

Wednesday, 8 February 2023

Negative emotions are OK but how not knowing how to handle is NOT!!

It's easy to let negative emotions like apathy and discouragement take over when things get tough. Sending yourself into a spiral of self-doubt can be especially damaging when you're trying to achieve a goal.

Believe it or not, there are a few simple things you can do to instantly boost your motivation. By taking control of your thoughts and emotions, you can get back on track and better handle whatever challenges come your way.

Here are 5 simple steps to instantly boost your motivation:

1. Acknowledge your current feelings.

The first step to managing your emotions is to simply acknowledge how you're feeling in the moment. Don't try to push away negative feelings or tell yourself that you shouldn't be feeling that way. This will only make you feel worse.

2. Identify your main source of discouragement.

Once you've acknowledged your feelings, it's time to identify the main source of your discouragement. What is it that's holding you back? Is it a specific task that you're dreading? Or are you feeling overwhelmed by everything you have to do?

3. Break down your goal into smaller steps.

One of the best ways to overcome discouragement is to break down your goal into smaller, more manageable steps. When you have a clear plan of action, it's easier to stay motivated and focused.

4. Set a deadline for yourself.

Another great way to stay motivated is to set a deadline for yourself. This will give you a sense of urgency and help you stay on track.

5. Find a support group or mentor.

Finally, find a support group or mentor who could easily cheer you up and you feel free to share things with them.

Ready to get started? Let's go!

Implement the above steps and let me know how it helps you and the people around you.

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Wednesday, 25 January 2023



By: Krusha Sahajwani

Twenty-two-year-old Kinjal is excited about her first ever date. That is until one phone call changes her life as she knows it. The death of a parent is traumatic for anyone, but more so for someone that shared a toxic relationship with the departed one. To make matters worse (or better), she discovers her late father's personal diary and with it many secrets unfold. This book throws you into her world as she navigates this new information, new feelings, changing relationship dynamics, and a new boyfriend, in addition to finding her way with her own career and identity.

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Losing our parent(s) is one of the nightmares, Kinjal, a 22-year-old has her nightmare turned into reality. The emotional trauma she goes through in her life is when she discovers the diary of her dead father. The diary completely changes her thoughts, emotions and her self. With every page she reads in her father's diary she gets more questions and thoughts in her mind. Her life has changed completely which affects her studies. But above all in her hard time, she had a friend Devyani who supported her in every possible way.

The book tells about emotions, affection, family and true friendship.

The essence of words with every chapter going on at a perfect pace makes it one of the amazing reads. 

The title seems to be the most appropriate as it justifies the story and the plot.


Wednesday, 14 December 2022

Review of "The Seventh Cup"

Book: The Seventh Cup

By: Nitesh Kumar Jain


The book "Seventh Cup" is one of the most mysterious books I've ever read. The story is full of suspense and twists in every coming page that makes the reader engaged.

Starting from Avinash, his story, his actions everything makes the book an amazing read. The characters were so well developed that it was hard to figure out what's fiction and what's going on in real world. In short, the book was so engaging and intriguing that one can be lost in it's imaginative world with the characters.

The book talks more about the Memory transportation of a being which is quite unique concept in terms of novel and stories making Seventh Cup, different from the rest.

Kudos to the Author for such a beautiful work.

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Wednesday, 16 November 2022

Review of "Criminals in Uniform" by Sanjay Singh And Rakesh Trivedi

Book: CIU : क्रिमिनल्स इन यूनिफ़ॉर्म
By: Sanjay Singh And Rakesh Trivedi


सबसे अमीर आदमी के ख़िलाफ़ सबसे खूंखार साज़िश , आख़िर क्या है विस्फोटकों से लदी कार का रहस्य ? सबसे क़ाबिल CIU (क्राइम इन्वेस्टिगेशन यूनिट) की साख का सवाल 17 साल का वनवास काटकर लौटा CIU चीफ़ , इस ख़ूनी खेल का प्यादा या वज़ीर ख़ाकी का अनदेखा रंग राजनीति , जांच एजेंसियां , आतंकवादी , कॉरपोरेट और मीडिया की अपनी चाहत का मकड़जाल पता ही नहीं चलता कि कौन शिकारी और कौन शिकार ? अब तक की सबसे बड़ी सनसनी का पर्दाफ़ाश करती कहानी किसकी लगेगी - किसकी बचेगी?



What about reading a crime thriller that has twists and turns in every chapter?

I think that is what the reader loves when it comes to suspense and thrillers. This book "Criminals in Uniform" is a package of such events all across the chapters. The story highlights a crime scene where a explosive filled car is found in India's richest man house in Mumbai. The scene is all set up during 2021 when the world was already dealing with a lot of fuss due to Covid-19. The case went into highlights by the media and how the Police CIU unit came into action to find the truth behind the crime.

With every passing chapter the story turned more interesting and engrossing that I did finish it in two sittings. The plot of the book was very well set up with the magnificent use of words that made each and every event more imaginable to the user. It was more like a Web series or Film that was going on in my mind while I was reading it. The characters were strongly displayed and have played their part appropriately. The title suits the best with the storyline.

Talking about the overall experience while reading this book was awesome as I enjoyed the different angles of the story. Kudos to the authors for bringing up this masterpiece to light.

A Must read book for my readers!!!!!

Monday, 7 November 2022

Review of "Asht Yogi" by Ravi Ranjan Goswami

Book: Asht Yogi
By: Ravi Ranjan Goswami

The reason I got this book to my reading list was it's blurb that was too catchy. The circle of life is vicious and we all have a part to play but if we don't get answers to the way of life we don't actually live a life as it should be lived. The book 'Asht Yogi' revolves around the spiritual way to life. Reading this amazing work by the author has made me a fan of his writings. It may be short but to the point and magnificent. The story is about Guru Vishnudeva who creates an army of 8 (Asht) who would win over everything in the world; which makes the title the most appropriate one. The idea behind this book was to portray the values and importances of Yogas in our lives through the fictional stories.

Overall, the book is worth reading. A book that contains a life lesson.
Appreciation to the author by me and a lot more by my mother who enjoyed reading it.

Thursday, 27 October 2022

Review of "The Native Aliens"

Book: The Native Aliens
By : Ravi Rajan Goswami

5000 years ago a king in India desired to go to heaven with his physical body and a Brahamarishi Vishvamitra sent him, but Devas stopped him on the way.

The book, The Native Aliens is a short story about the formation of a new earth alike planet, Sika.
How and what led to the formation of this planet?
The story starts with a twist when a gril appears on the smart tv of Raju when he was home alone. Making Raju and his family think that it was a spyware that caused this. 

Further, the story reveals the girl on the screen, Marsika, was from the planet Sika who came to earth to learn more about the people here. The story of Rishi Vashishtha, King Vishvamitra and Trishanku explains the urge show of power by the king that led to the formation of thia new planet Sika.

The interesting part of the story of the motive of King to die along with his body to heaven. 

Overall this short read was quite interesting and well written by the author.
Proper terminologies for scientific research of planet Sika and further more the style of writing adds to it's beauty.

A good read for anyone who loves short stories.


Monday, 10 October 2022

Review of "From Slave to Separate but Equal"

Book: From Slave to Separate but Equal

By: Paul Kalra


A century and a half ago the first shots fired at Fort Sumter began the Civil War that claimed 620,000 American lives—more than all other wars the country has waged. In From Slave to Separate but Equal, Paul Kalra challenges the assumption that the Civil War was fought to end black slavery in the United States.



The book From Slave to Separate but equal, as the name suggests, is a Colonial Period History book that talks about the ancient American society. The Ancient American history events are very well explained by the author with the beautiful portraying of events through his words. 

The book talks about the four tried society, slavery system, the differences amongst the people of the society and how each and every event led to the freedom of the blacks. 

The blacks were denied their basic rights as a human and were living painful life similar to animals. The book gives information about various civil rights and the wars that led to the freedom of the people.

The Lincoln's Plan to the demon of the society and many such events are highlighted in the book with a well explained background f the situation prevailing at that time. 

The author has well researched about the events and the incidents that took place in the past through papers, books and many more which has made this book more clear with the flow of events. The author has been able to maintain the pace of the story in a great way that none of the events seem exaggerated or too crisp.

Over all, the book seems to be a lengthy one but has covered almost the most important events related to Colonial Period History. The language is easy to understand with almost no use of jargons. There can be no other title as suitable as this.

Overall, a great history book.

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Monday, 1 August 2022

Review of Behrams Boat

Book: Behram's Boat
By: Adi Pocha

“Behram’s Boat” is a funny, whimsical story of one eccentric, cranky old Parsi's struggle to build a boat that will save his people.

And bring meaning to his life.

Not a modern ship, but a traditional boat of wood and sail, that will retrace the historic voyage of the Parsis when they first came to India. But this time, the other way around: from Sanjan in India all the way to Iran.

The book Behram's Boat is a perfect example of what a person faces when he is about to do something unique.

The book has one of the most unique storyline.

The characters are well developed and too strong that emphasize the Parsi culture in a beautiful way.

The book is quite intriguing and with proper twists and flat pace.

The language used easy to understand.

Overall a must read for a thrilling story.


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