Top Recommendations on Philosophy

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Siddhartha, Siddhi + Arth means ‘he who has found the meaning (of life)’, is just the book a ‘seeker’ could ask for: a young, intelligent man’s quest for fulfilment and purpose of life. Nobel Laureate Hesse at his best.

A dying professor teaches his young student many deep lessons on life. They meet for 14 Tuesdays, each with a new theme like the world, emotions, love, forgiveness, money, regrets etc.

Zorba was a pleasure loving Greek man – enjoying good food, dance, women, fun… He lived the epicurean life, always in today, very less worried about future or any other problems. Enjoying every moment.

This ‘classic tribute to hope’ says that we are happy when we find a meaning, a calling in our life. Life without purpose, even with all comfort, will be hollow and aimless.


‘There is a pleasure in philosophy… which every student feels until the coarse necessities of physical existence drag him from the heights of thought into the mart of economic strife and gain.’ Read real wisdom from Socrates to Russel and everyone in between.