Reading

Here is a list of books that I have read. I prefer to buy books as I can personalize them. (You can find me on Goodreads.) Please let me know if you think I would love a book.

  1. Summer 19 – The Case for India (William Durant) — online
  2. Summer 19 – my Gita (Devdutt Pattanaik) — borrowed from Stanford library!
  3. Spring 19 – Beastly Tales from here and there (Vikram Seth)
  4. Spring 19 – my Hanuman Chalisa (Devdutt Pattanaik)
  5. Spring 19 – Lying (Sam Harris) — borrowed from a friend!
  6. Spring 19 – Feynman (Jim Ottaviani and Leland Myrick)
  7. Spring 19 – Love A Little Stronger (Preeti Shenoy)
  8. Spring 19 – The Formula: The Science Behind Why People Succeed or Fail (Albert-László Barabási)
  9. Winter 18 – Patience: A Little Book of Inner Strength (Eknath Easwaran)
  10. Winter 18 – Beyond Mars and Venus: Taking Your Relationship to the Next Level (John Gray)
  11. Autumn 17 – Stanford 125: A Visual Exploration (Alex Webb)
  12. Autumn 17 – When Breath Becomes Air (Paul Kalanithi) — This book will bring tears. As much as I loved reading the book, I had to pause and take long breaks.
  13. Autumn 17 – Stanford Memorial Church: Glory of Angels (Robert C. Gregg) — borrowed from a friend!
  14. Autumn 17 – The 24×7 Marriage: Smart Strategies for Good Beginnings (Vijay Nagaswami) — audio book.
  15. Summer 17 – Alcatraz: The Notorious Prison, A Daring Jailbreak (History Channel Magazine)
  16. Summer 17 – Quila House and the Jalan Collection: A Brief Introduction (Paula Gonzaga de Sa)
  17. Winter 17 – Nature’s Numbers (Ian Stewart) — borrowed from a friend!
  18. Autumn 16 – The Captain’s Verses (Pablo Neruda, translated by Donald D. Walsh)
  19. Autumn 16 – Trefethen’s Index Cards: Forty years of notes about People, Words and Mathematics (Lloyd N. Trefethen)
  20. Summer 16 – One Night @ the Call Center (Chetan Bhagat)
  21. Summer 16 – A Better India A Better World (Narayan Murthy) — Read few chapters in 2010 and completed the rest in this July.
  22. Summer 16 – The Last Lecture (Randy Pausch) — I didn’t read from my copy of the book, instead listened to the audio version available on YouTube. This is my first experience with an audio version of a book.
  23. Summer 16 – The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari (Robin Sharma)
  24. Summer 16 – Zen Garden: Conversations with Pathmakers (Subroto Bagchi)
  25. Summer 16 – The Magic Drum and other Favorite Stories (Sudha Murty)
  26. Summer 16 – House of Cards (Sudha Murty) — borrowed from a cousin.
  27. Summer 16 – Tea for Two and a Piece of Cake (Preeti Shenoy)
  28. Summer 16 – What Young India Wants (Chetan Bhagat)
  29. Spring 16 – The Alchemist (Paulo Coelho) — borrowed from a friend.
  30. Fall 15 – Eleven Minutes (Paulo Coelho) — borrowed from the West Lafayette library.
  31. Fall 15 – Adultery (Paulo Coelho) — borrowed from the West Lafayette library.
  32. Summer 15 – Letters to a Young Mathematician: Art of Mentoring (Ian Stewart) — borrowed from a friend!
  33. Summer 15 – Mindset: The New Psychology of Success (Carol S. Dweck)
  34. Summer 15 – The Prophet (Kahlil Gibran) — borrowed from a friend!
  35. Spring 15 – The Painted Veil (Somerset Maugham) — borrowed from the West Lafayette library. Watched the movie and then read the book. Addicted to the soundtrack from the movie.
  36. Winter 14 – Fermat’s Enigma (Simon Singh)
  37. Summer 14 – Creative Confidence (Tom and David Kelley)
  38. Spring 14 – Five Elements of Effective Thinking (Edward Burger, Michael Starbird)
  39. Winter 13 – Nikola Tesla (Sean Patrick)
  40. Summer 13 – Tuesdays with Morrie (Mitch Albom)
  41. Summer 13 – Who Will Cry When You Die (Robin Sharma)
  42. Spring 13 – The 5 Love Languages (Garry Chapman) — borrowed from a friend of friend!
  43. Spring 13 – Between Fathers and Daughters (Linda Nielsen)
  44. Spring 13 – Jonathan Livingston Seagull (Richard Bach)
  45. Fall 12 – MBA at 16 (Subroto Bagchi)
  46. Fall 12 – The Secret Wish List (Preeti Shenoy)
  47. Fall 12 – Grandma’s Bag of Stories (Sudha Murty)
  48. Fall 12 – Dork: The Incredible Adventures of Robin ‘Einstein’ Varghese (Sidin Vadukut)
  49. Fall 12 – A Mathematician’s Apology (G H Hardy)
  50. Fall 12 – The Very Best of The Common Man (R K Laxman)
  51. Fall 12 – Unusual People Do Things Differently (T G C Prasad)
  52. Fall 12 – Giants of Science (Philip Cane, 1959) — borrowed from a friend!
  53. Fall 12 – The Day I Stopped Drinking Milk (Sudha Murty)
  54. Fall 12 – Timpa: Runners Of The Golden Horn (Jhangir Kerawala)
  55. Summer 12 – Tales My Boss Never Told Me (Juan Mateo)
  56. Spring 12 – Life Is What You Make It (Preeti Shenoy)
  57. Spring 12 – Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman! (Richard Feynman, Ralph Leighton)  — borrowed from a friend!
  58. Spring 12 – Revolution 2020: Love, Corruption, Ambition (Chetan Bhagat)
  59. Spring 12 – 2 States: The Story of My Marriage (Chetan Bhagat)
  60. Spring 11 – The High Performance Entrepreneur (Subroto Bagchi)
  61. Spring 11 – A R Rahman: The Musical Storm (Kamini Mathai)
  62. Spring 11 – Go Kiss The World (Subroto Bagchi)
  63. Spring 11 – The Go-Giver (Bob Burg, John Mann)
  64. Fall 10 – Devdas (Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay)
  65. Fall 10 – Why Mars and Venus Collide (John Gray)
  66. Fall 10 – Parineeta (Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay)
  67. Spring 10 – Wise & Otherwise (Sudha Murty)
  68. Spring 10 – The Old Man & His God: Discovering the Spirit of India (Sudha Murty)
  69. Fall 09 – Discover The Diamond In You (Arindam Chaudhuri)
  70. 2008 – The Complete Short Stories of Sherlock Holmes (Sir Arthur Conan Doyle)
  71. 2001 – Kidnapped (Robert Louis Stevenson)
  72. [Unknown] – The Go-Getter (Peter Kyne)
  73. [Unknown] – A R Rahman: The Spirit of Music (Nasreen Kabir)
  74. [Unknown] – The Professional (Subroto Bagchi)