5 Books That Should Be In Your Rack

Snuggled in a blanket, with a cup of hot cocoa, and a new book in hand means the world to many book lovers. Reading good novels not only makes reading fun but also advances your skills. For those who are starting off or are developing the love for reading, we have jotted down some books that must be in your rack.

1. Ikigai: The Japanese secret to a long and happy life

A book that gives you insights on how to live a long and happy life Japanese way, Ikigai has scientific references in a simpler manner. It also talks about how the purpose plays an important role in a man’s like and the different ways in which it manifests itself. A must-ready, Ikigai also tackles some ways to find your flow and ensure that you have 100% attention.

2. Dharma: Decoding the Epics for a Meaningful Life

By the famous writer Amish and Bhavana Roy, this book is an ideal interplay between thought and action, taking and giving, and also, self-love and sacrifice. The book also takes you on a ride to bring out the best in oneself and live a life with purpose and meaning. It also explores some key concepts of India philocophy.

3. The Alchemist

By the renowned Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist is a must-have in your book rack. Why? Because this enchanting story is dazzling in its powerful simplicity and inspires wisdom. The novel revolves around an Andalusian shepherd boy named Santiago, who travels to his homeland from Spain to the Egyptian desert in search of a treasure that is buried in the Pyramids.

Read this amazing story to enhance your imagination skills.

4. Great Stories for Children

Next up is Great Stories for Children by Ruskin Bond that will take you down the memory lane. Just like his other novels, this one also has some bone-chilling and interesting stories that you would love. If you have kids it’s the perfect bedtime story, and if you don’t it will still make a great addition to your collection.

5. Shyam: An Illustrated Retelling of the Bhagavata

Last but certainly not the least, Shyam by Devdutt Pattanaik will become your favorite. The illustrated retelling of Krishna will change your perspective about God. The book also throughs light upon Krishna’s observations and teachings. While the book is detailed, Pattanaik has also mentioned plenty of reference notes or folktales to support his research.

In conclusion, you know the books that need to be in your rack, so don’t wait! Quickly purchase these books.

Finally, Happy Reading!

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