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The Bhagavad-Gita is a great book it embodies the reasoning mind, capable of choosing the way of purpose over the automaticity of a life led by desire. A Rajas style of life is full of action and endless business, with fingers in too many pies, hunger for more, lack of rest, and lust for things and people. It is about gaining and attaining, a life focused on ‘what is mine and what is not yet mine’.
QURAN:The Islamic sacred book, believed to be the word of God as dictated to Muhammad by the archangel Gabriel and written down in Arabic. The Koran consists of 114 units of varying lengths, known as suras ; the first sura is said as part of the ritual prayer. These touch upon all aspects of human existence, including matters of doctrine, social organization, and legislation
She attaches importance to stockings or nylon stockings and attaches importance to gloves and hats. It is by no means useless, but it is her duty to ensure her own status. The more common this situation is, the more attentive a well-dressed woman will get; the more she finds a job, the greater the benefits that beauty brings to her.
Happiness is the goal that women pursue in their lives. Women in the world all dream of having a happy marriage, a harmonious family, a happy life, and a successful career. In this book, success master Dale Carnegie puts forward many wise insights and incisive analysis on how women obtain happiness and achieve success through years of in-depth research on women’s physiology and psychology.
The principle of prosperity and decline is destiny. But the human heart is like this. Seeing him rise from a tall building, he couldn’t bear to see him collapse. When I saw his heyday, it would be very sad to see his decline. What’s sadder is that you who witnessed this mutiny are the person in this play.
Reasons for reading: An ordinary heroine, self-respect, and self-love. How to be diligent and not to give up on yourself. Don’t sell your soul, and give up in the face of temptation. Pursue love and have the courage to fight for it. Summary: Jane Eyre is an orphan, born in a poor priest’s family. The parents died of typhoid fever in one month. Young Jane is fostered at the house of his uncle’s parents. After the death of her uncle, Mr. Reid, Jane lived a life of discrimination and abuse for 10 years. Once, Jane was imprisoned in the red house for resisting the beating of her cousin. Physical pain and spiritual humiliation and fear made her seriously ill.
When literature student Anastasia Steele interviews successful entrepreneur Christian Grey, she finds him very attractive and deeply intimidating. Convinced that their meeting went badly, she tries to put him out of her mind – until he turns up at the store where she works part-time, and invites her out. Unworldly and innocent, Ana is shocked to find she wants this man. And, when he warns her to keep her distance, it only makes her want him more. As they embark on a passionate love affair, Ana discovers more about her own desires, as well as the dark secrets Christian keeps hidden away from public view
2 States: The Story of My Marriage is autobiographical with only names changed. The story is about a couple Krish and Ananya, who hail from two different states of India, Punjab and Tamil Nadu, respectively, who are deeply in love and want to marry. It is narrated from a first person point of view in a humorous tone, often taking digs at both Tamil and Punjabi cultures.
“The Biography of Madame Curie” reviews the extraordinary life of Madame Curie, a great woman who has influenced the process of the world, mainly describing the life of Madame Curie. The author Eve Curie explained to readers that in addition to her mother’s outstanding achievements in the scientific field, she also set an example for her daughter with her life’s noble behavior, and she also had many unique methods for her daughter’s education.
Summary: In the early days, the status of women was relatively underground. In married life, women were like servants, and there were even various rules in society that stipulated women’s three obedience and four virtues. The book “House of Dolls” talks about many equal relationships between men and women, which is very suitable for married women to read.
Summary: A woman’s love sometimes seems silly, at least in the eyes of his friends and relatives. In Vanity Fair, two women with different pursuits have experienced a rich love life. They have happiness, joys and sorrows, and control over money. They show the feelings of the two women in Ukiyo-e
An intimate and powerful memoir by the trailblazing former CEO of PepsiCo For a dozen years as one of the world's most admired CEOs, Indra Nooyi redefined what it means to be an exceptional leader. The first woman of colour and immigrant to run a Fortune 50 company – and one of the foremost strategic thinkers of our time – she transformed PepsiCo with a unique vision, a vigorous pursuit of excellence, and a deep sense of purpose. Now, in a rich memoir brimming with grace, grit, and good humour, My Life in Full offers a first-hand view of Nooyi's legendary career and the sacrifices it so often demanded.
Summary: The life of an ordinary family is actually more likely to resonate with women. “Little Women,” tells the story of four sisters in an ordinary family. Although poor, they have been living positively. It is one of the famous American books.
In fact, every girl had an Ashley in her heart when she was a girl, and she won’t realize until the end that she loves Ben Reid Summary: It’s right not to look back. Memories make people sad, always worry about things, make people do nothing, have to indulge in the past. She loves him, she needs him, but she doesn’t understand him. She is so straightforward and simple, just like having eaten the wind over Tara and the river flowing by Tara, and even when she is old, she cannot understand a complicated matter.
Summary: Bravery is: you know you will lose before you start, but you still have to do it, and you have to stick to it anyway. You rarely win, but sometimes you do. “Killing a Mockingbird” is a novel published in 1960 by American female writer Harper Lee. The theme of the story involves serious issues such as racial inequality and rape, and its style is still warm and interesting. The novel is written in the first person. The narrator’s father Atticus Finch plays a morally upright role in the book and is also a model of upright lawyers.
The first time I take it seriously and really envy a person’s life. Summary: In this world, I have never felt that I am a part of the masses of beings. I often have to run out of track of ordinary people’s lives and do things that cannot explain why.
Tina Fey was just a young girl with a dream: a recurring stress dream that she was being chased through a local airport by her middle-school gym teacher. She also had a dream that one day she would be a comedian on TV.She has seen both these dreams come true.At last, Tina Fey's story can be told. From her youthful days as a vicious nerd to her tour of duty on Saturday Night Live; from her passionately halfhearted pursuit of physical beauty to her life as a mother eating things off the floor; from her one-sided college romance to her nearly fatal honeymoon -- from the beginning of this paragraph to this final sentence.Tina Fey reveals all, and proves what we've all suspected: you're no one until someone calls you bossy.
An idyllic village where nothing really happens. A divorcee still blamed by her family as if whatever happened to her was her fault. A boy-girl pair of dizygotic twins who have shared their entire lives while growing up and are fated to share much more than anything they could have imagined. A secret relationship forbidden by the rules of the society that dictate whom to love and how. And how much.
Winner of the Man Booker Prize in 2006, Desai’s The Inheritance of Loss is a story of the consequences of colonialism as it collides with the modern world. Set in Kalimpong in West Bengal, the book is populated with flawed, relatable characters struggling with the loss of identity of a nation as wide and varied as India because of western influences. It is almost as if the town of Kamlimpong is a character with its own flaws and its ever-changing landscape. Easy to read, and yet, deep enough to tug at your heart-strings, this novel is full of small stories that tie the narrative together. Here is my favourite quote from the book:
When I picked up Neti, Neti from the shelves of my college library, I had expected a “typical” novel following the life of a troubled urban youth living in Bangalore. What I hadn’t expected was for the book to hit me right in the face and leave me in tears. Just a few paragraphs in, and I was sitting straight in my chair, hooked, drawing my friend’s attention every few pages to show him an interesting line, something I could relate to. I definitely hadn’t expected it to become one of the best books I had ever read.
Mamang Dai is a poetess and writer from Arunachal Pradesh — the eastern-most state of India. The literal meaning of the place is “the land of the rising run”. Through her collection of short stories in Legends of Pensam, one can feel the beauty of the snow-capped mountains of Arunachal Pradesh. The book has a distinct dreamy vibe that draws you in and leaves you wondering. Pensam is a Tibetan word for “in-between”, and this vibe is apparent in her stories — which are all different, yet feel like they are somehow connected to each other.
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