GST for the Layman by Apeksha Solanki is a comprehensive guide on the debated subject of GST. A lot of opinions surround it. From a common man to a politician, everyone continues to discuss if it's the right thing or not.
Everything Started As Nothing by Bhaskar Majumdar is an insightful guide on the coveted field of entrepreneurship. Read the full review of this book to get a clear idea.
Happimess by Biswajit Banerji is a collection of delightful short stories that tickle you with their tongue-in-cheek humour and sarcastic tone. The 13 stories pave your way to have a good time discovering how society works in a playful manner.
Prisoners of Secrets by Lata Gwalani is a heart-wrenchingly beautiful tale of Meera, Manuel, and Shankar, each guarding their own secrets. Check out the full review here.
Be Better Bit By Bit, or B5, by Nishith Goyal is a book that encompasses simple ways to achieve a breakthrough success that lies in the consistent improvements.
Softening the Edge by Mimi Nicklin is a defining guide on how empathy is needed more than ever in the empathy deficit world.
Durjoy Datta has won millions of Indian hearts with his books. Read on to learn about Durjoy Datta's best books.
Eat Up, Clean Up by Manjari Chandra is a guide on healthy eating habits, backed by logic and experience. The book covers how we can bring about a change in ourselves by altering our food consumption.
Thousands of books are being published day and night, but only a few of them are popular. Here's a list of top 10 best-selling books of 2020.
Khaki in Dust Storm by Amod K. Kanth is a meticulous account of the communal tension brought about by political underpinnings during 1980-1991. Check out the full review of this book here.
A Stick in the Dirt by Vidit Uppal is a literary fiction that explores the dynamics of a dysfunctional family. Alongside that, it meanders through the web of complicated ties that bind a few people, almost inextricably
The Breakthrough by Megha Bajaj is a collection of stories of 11 trailblazers who’ve defined their success with the breakthroughs. Check out the full review here.
The Extraordinary UnOrdinary You: Follow Your Own Path, Discover Your Own Journey by Simone Knego is a book that inspires you to believe in yourself.
Reinvent Yourself by Elizabeth Otis is a self-help book that focuses on drawing energy from within to change our lives. Check out the complete book review on Bookish Fame.
Chess in Art by Peter Herel Raabenstein is a collection of paintings by more than 700 artists. Check out more about this art book here.
You’ve Got This by Dorota Pawlak is a collection of interviews of 15 freelancer moms who reveal their secrets to continue with their business while expanding their brood.