Lance Naik Albert Ekka, Param Vir Chakra (Posthumous) by Man Aman Singh Chhina
The India–Pakistan war of 1971 was short but very intense. Though it lasted just thirteen days, it took a heavy toll on the Indian armed forces – nearly 3900 lost their lives and around 10,000 were wounded. Those thirteen days between December 3, when the war began with Pakistan’s attack on Indian airfields, and December 16, when it ended with the surrender of the Pakistan Army at Dhaka, saw countless acts of heroism and sacrifice from the Indian armed forces.
An unprecedented number of gallantry awards were given to those who took part in that war: four Param Vir Chakras, seventy-six Maha Vir Chakras, and 513 Vir Chakras.
Walking the Talk by Deepak Shenoy
Wealth is not just about adding zeroes to your net worth but having enough to live an unconstrained life. Money Wise shows you the way. It cuts through the clutter of jargon and technical terms, leading you step by step on how to grow wealthy. In it, you will learn: Ways of allocating your income The only mutual funds hack worth knowing Why you should be watching not what Warren Buffett says but what he does.
Why India Freed Bangladesh by Chandrashekhar Gupta
Drawing on previously unexplored Indian records, eminent diplomat and historian Chandrashekhar Dasgupta dispels many myths as he sheds fascinating new light on these and other questions. Deeply researched over eighteen years, this authoritative, lucid and compellingly narrated book also reveals why and how India fashioned an overarching grand strategy, employing every instrument of national power – political,
diplomatic, economic and military – to help the Bangladesh freedom fighters speedily liberate their country.
Cooking to Save Your Life by Abhijit Banerjee
We all know of Abhijit Banerjee as a Nobel Prize–winning economist. Now meet Abhijit Banerjee the gourmet chef. In this playful, erudite and sensationally delicious cookbook, Banerjee takes us through the recipes he has delighted his friends, colleagues and students with. Superbly illustrated by Cheyenne Olivier, this is a book to both read and to cook outstanding meals from.
The Chimes by Charles Dickens
This 1844 novella is second in a series of five CHRISTMAS BOOKS. Keeping with Dickens’s style, THE CHIMES is a social and moral message – no one is born evil, and poverty and crime are human creations. The book also takes a delightful dig at philanthropy.
Habits by Ankur Warikoo
Ankur Warikoo is an entrepreneur and content creator whose deep, witty and brutally honest
thoughts on success and failure, money and investing, self-awareness and personal relationships have made him one of India’s top personal brands.
In his first book, Ankur puts together the key ideas that have fuelled his journey – one that began with him wanting to be a space engineer and ended with him creating content that has been seen and read by millions.
Just Like Magic by Sadhguru
To be successful in whatever you are doing, to do anything well in your life, you need clarity, not confidence