July promises to be a month full of fun and learning. As part of #QuestionOfTheDay, we will bring you an intriguing question everyday and a free story in the form of an answer! Here are the questions we hope to answer this week –
How can you become a Millionaire? by Prashant Desai
Prashant Desai on five things that can help your investments yield better results in the longer run.
Do you want to influence people? by Dale Carnegie
The world’s leading motivational writer Dale Carnegie teaches readers how to overcome the most important obstacle in our path to leadership, and how to speak with confidence. Discussing techniques of delivery and force, this is an essential read for anyone who wants to be a leader.
What Happens after Death? by Sadhguru
Sadhguru says that if you’re in an utmost state of pleasantness, it is heaven. If you are in a state of absolute unpleasantness, that is hell.
Was Tipu Sultan a cruel bigot? by Kate Brittlebank
Tipu Sultan, also known as the Tiger of Mysore is one of the better known Indian rulers who
resisted the East India Company and their conquests. This mini block buster from ‘Tiger: The Life of Tipu Sultan’ by Kate Brittlebank examines the image of Tipu Sultan built by the British as a tyrant and a religious bigot and interprets historical records about him.
How can I change my bad habits? by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
The next time you find yourself indulging in a bad habit, take a moment to pause and consider using mindfulness to help you overcome it…
Who were the masterminds of the Pulwama attack? by Rahul Pandita
After the explosion in Pulwama, a team from NIA sets out to find out the masterminds behind the catastrophe. This mini block buster from ‘The Lover Boy of Bahawalpur’ by Rahul Pandita follows the team from the NIA as they start the hunt for those responsible for the Pulwama explosion.
Did the Aryans migrate to India? by Tony Joseph
The Aryan migration theory, though proposed first during colonial times, has been proved by two recent genetic studies. This excerpt briefly explains how these two theories confirm that the Aryans did indeed migrate to India and how the author confirmed it for himself. This mini block buster is taken from ‘Early Indians’ by Tony Joseph.