- 'A Karmic Journey' by Abhishek Choudhari
- A deep and insightful story about religion and man and conflict and life and God.
- Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
- May be you thought this was a nonsensical, childish story meant for children less than 10 years; if you did, read this:
'In that direction,' the Cat said, 'lives a Hatter; and in that direction, lives a March Hare. Visit either you like: they're both mad.'
'But I don't want to go among mad people,' Alice remarked.
'Oh, you can't help that,' said the Cat: 'we're all mad here. I'm mad. You're mad.'
There's lot more like this - satire on the dishonesty of the adult world, on the ignorance and false pride of humans, on the inherently paradoxical nature of the world - all in this simple children's novel!
- Frankenstein by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
- Strange how the laws of the universe work! Even a good piece of work, when done for ego's sake, leads to massive danger. A somewhat dark novel involving a scientist and a giant he invents.
- The Time machine by H.G.Wells
- The first science fiction to involve the now-famous 'time machine'. Be ready to change your views about the world - the world might not be yours tomorrow.
- Surely you're joking, Mr.Feynman - Adventures of a curious character!
- A must read for everyone! The adventures of a curious character who lived his entire life in honesty; presented in an unorthodox manner so that you can read the book in any order - you can even start from the last chapter. I can confidently say that this book has changed the course of my life itself. This is only for a preview of the real book. I recommend buying the book (printed edition) if you really like it.
- The Critique of Pure Reason by Immanuel Kant
- Recommended only to the really masochistic people. A highly philosophical and theoretically heavy text, part of which proves that things like God and heaven can neither be proved nor be disproved by humans restrained within this 3-dimensional space and within the framework of time. A little introspection can prove this for yourself, but a theoretical proof is in any case useful(!).
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