Seven Books That I Love.

My friend Ekoshapu has thrown this challenge to me. I have to post just the image of the cover of the book every day for the next seven days to share with my readers my top seven favourite books.

This is my seventh.

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2 Responses to Seven Books That I Love.

  1. ekoshapu says:

    I had read this book when it was first published…I think 2000 or 2001. Had liked it a lot then! I checked it again recently, and didn’t like it as much…maybe I have changed totally or the book is less relevant today.

    Btw, all your Books – except 1 or 2 – have surprised me. I was expecting a very different list. Maybe you should continue and share more, when you have time.

    Thanks a lot for doing this on my request! I am really humbled…and grateful to you!
    ekoshapu recently posted..Day 7: Books I Love

    • I enjoyed the exercise too. I cannot stop loving a book because it is no longer relevant! I consider the seventh in the list as full of insight that only someone with the experience that Das had had in corporate life could bring to the subject. You should perhaps read Sanjeev Sanyal’s Indian renaissance which is more topical.

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