My Bookshelf

Although we are living in an era of internet, networking and globalization has converted this big world into a small village, but importance of books will never down in future, never was in the past. They are classics and best companion. Below is the list of books I have in my bookshelves’ or I have read from library or borrowed from a friend/India Gate bookshop.

I must thank to Chetan Bhagat for introducing me to the world of books other than academic books by the book called ‘One night @ the Call Center’, that too accidentally since I worked in BPO world and one day I saw it at bookshop, I never stopped after that.

Fiction….

  1. Five Point Someone – Chetan Bhagat
  2. One night at the call center – Chetan Bhagat
  3. The three mistakes of my life – Chetan Bhagat
  4. Two states – Chetan Bhagat
  5. Siddhartha – Hermann Hesse
  6. The glass bead game – Hermann Hesse
  7. Narziss and Goldmund – Hermann Hesse
  8. Demian – Hermann Hesse
  9. Steppenwolf – Hermann Hesse
  10. A Farewell to Arms – Ernest Hemingway
  11. The Old Man and the Sea – Ernest Hemingway
  12. The Sun also Rises – Ernest Hemingway
  13. The Bachelor of Arts – R.K. Narayan
  14. Great Expectation – Charles Dickens
  15. A Portrait of the Artist as a young Man – James Joyce
  16. The Graduate – Charles Webb
  17. Three Men in a Boat – Jerome K Jerome
  18. Crime And Punishment – Dostoyevsky
  19. The Gambler – Dostoyevsky
  20. Notes from the Underground – Dostoyevsky
  21. Sum thing of a mock tale – Soma Das
  22. The Da Vinci Code – Dan Brown
  23. New Life – Sharmistha Mohanty
  24. French Lover – Taslima Nasrin
  25. Inheritance of Loss – Kiran Desai

Non-Fiction

  1. Three Essays – T. S. Eliot
  2. The Art of War – Sun Tzu
  3. Mein Kampf (my struggle) – Adolf Hitler
  4. To have or to be – Erich Fromm
  5. Born to Win – Muriel James & Dorothy Jongeward
  6. The Republic – Plato
  7. A History of India 1 – Romila Thapar
  8. An Unfinished Autobiography – Indira Goshwami
  9. Shadow of the Dark God & Sin – Indira Goshwami
  10. How Novels work – John Mullan
  11. Sambhog se Samadhi Ki Or – Osho
  12. My Story – Kamla Das
  13. Iacocca : An Autobiography – Lee Iacocca
  14. Made In Japan – Akio Morita
  15. Winning – Jack Welch
  16. BPO Sutra – Sudhindra Mokhasi
  17. Eats, Shoots & Leaves – Lynne Truss
  18. The One minute Manager – Kenneth Blanchard
  19. The One minute Apology – Kenneth Blanchard
  20. Putting the One Manager to Work – Kenneth Blanchard
  21. Zen and The Art of Motorcycle Maintenance – Robert M Pirsig
  22. How to Win Friends and Influence People – Dale Carnegie
  23. Who moved My Cheese – Spenser Johnson
  24. An Area of Darkness – V.S. Naipaul
  25. India : A wounded Civilization – V.S. Naipaul
  26. Kumaon Ka Itihaas – Badridatt Pandey

Poems

  1. Urwashi – Ramdhari Singh Dinkar
  2. Geetanjali – Rabindranath Tagore
  3. Madhushala – Harivansh Rai Bachchan
  4. Tamasha Mere Aage – Nida Fazli
  5. The Odyssey – Homer
  6. As You Like It – William Shakespeare
  7. Hamlet – William Shakespeare

 

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