1:The Psychology of Money, written by the famous writer Morgan Housel. special edition book of all time.
Timeless lessons about wealth, greed, happiness, and how to spend money well aren’t necessarily about what you know. It’s how you behave. And even really smart people are hard to teach.
The way you manage, invest and make business decisions usually requires a lot of calculations that tell you exactly what your data and formulas should do. But in the real world, people don’t make financial decisions in spreadsheets.
2:The Archer, written by the famous Artist Paulo Coelho.
At Archer, he meets Tetsuya, a man who once retired from public life, once famous for his wonderful gift of bow and arrow, and a boy who is looking for him. The boy has many questions, and in answering them, Tetsuya explains how to bow and meaningful life principles.
Paulo Coelho’s story suggests that a life without a relationship between action and soul cannot be fulfilled and that a life limited by fear of rejection or failure is not worth living. Instead, you need to take risks, take courage, and embrace an unexpected fateful journey.
Paulo Coelho, who made him an international bestseller with wisdom, generosity, simplicity, and elegance, provides a rewarding framework for life.
3:India after Gandhi, written by the famous artist Rama Chandra Guha.
In there the Authors special Books like Year Economist, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, Time Out, and Prospects Sir Hitoya Academia Award-winning Rama Chandragha’s Post-Gandhi India is stunning in pain, struggle, humiliation, and glory. It’s an explanation.
A compelling chronicle of often brutal conflicts that rocked the vast nations and the extraordinary individuals and institutions that connected them, and established itself as a classic when first published in 2007.in there it’s been a good book for reading.
India After Gandhi: The History of the World's Largest Democracy