Books are your best friends. ( Some dog lovers may not agree with me here, to them; books are your second best friends :P )Purpose of this new discussion
: There are many intellectually stimulating/enlightening/illuminating/motivating/ books that we come across and there are many more that we are oblivious to. I request you all to share your views on books that you have on your reading list or you have read at some point of time in your life and would highly recommend it to any IAS aspirant. We can also have a healthy discussion on the controversial/salient aspects of these books. (Famous authors are always controversial.
This discussion is not restricted only to books that are relevant for UPSC. We can also discuss Alchemist
or Atlas Shrugged if you want. Chetan bhagat fans are welcome too ( I love Chetan Bhagat ). :PLet me start with my reading/wish list:
1. Imagining India
- Nandan Nilekani.
2. Walking with lions
- Tales from the diplomatic past - Natwar Singh.
3. Pax Indica
- If I get to lay my hands on this one.
- Will keep updating.
Expecting a purposeful & meaningful contribution here. Don't be Serious, Be sincere!
------- Borrowed from Chetan Bhagat. @fallen_leaves
help me take this thread forward.