Tuesday, 13 August 2019

FIVE BEST BOOKS TO GIFT YOUR BROTHER ON RAKSHA BANDHAN


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 Growing up in a sweet home with loving parents, brothers and sisters is indeed a blessing. Sharing toys and books, and fighting for the same will remain in our memories for ever. These childhood memories are our treasures which we will cherish as we age. To celebrate this beautiful relationship of brothers and sisters, In India the festival RAKSHA BANDHAN is celebrated. This year, the festival falls on 15th of August. On this day sister tie Rakhi on the wrist of their brothers, in turn brothers take pledge to stand by their sisters in all circumstances. Brothers give gifts to their sisters. Many along with Rakhi present gifts to their brothers according to their likes.

These are the best five books you can gift your brothers on Rakhi, if they love reading books.  These books are sure
1.      To connect them with their child hood days.
2.      Make time for their love and life
3.       To enjoy their poetic interest
4.       To make travel plans
5.      To learn more about historic times.

Let’s see about The Books:

THE SIBLING EFFECT BY JEFFREY KLUGER – This book explains why brothers and sisters matter.

FALL LIKE A ROSE PETAL BY AVIS VISWANATH- This books helps to balance life and have satisfaction in everything you do.

I SWALLOWED THE MOON- THE POETRY OF GULZAR BY SABA MAHMOOD – This book provides a peep into the world of poetry of GULZAR and immerse the readers in the magic of words.

THE KINGDOM AT THE CENTRE OF THE WORLD; JOURNEYS INTO BHUTAN BY OMAR AHMAD- This books urges the readers to visit Bhutan

THE IVORY THRONE: CHRONICLES OF THE HOUSE OF TRAVANCORE BY MANU S. PILLAI- This book is a biography of Maharani Sethu Lakshmi Bayi and readers can get to know more about the history of Kerala.

“”KEEP READING. It’s one of the most marvelous adventures anyone can have.””- LLOYD ALEXANDER.

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