Last week I was waiting for Samhita Arini, to swing by the store to sign a copy of her … Mahabharata a child’s view. I pointed out that she was wearing a really beautiful dress, she mentioned that she was going to the book launch of Sam Pitroda’s autobiography Thinking Big, maybe one can learn something about the evolution of Indian telecom, would I like to join?
Tips for a bibliophile abroad. In this case Goobes book republic, in Bangalore.
What is it really?
Is it the caring and appreciation for a baby of the authors mind?
Is it the hours of pleasure for the reader within solitary confines of the cover of the book?
Besides the obvious fact that books are cheaper than drugs, depending on your poison of choice, books are generally give you a better trip too.
You are going to save money and learn something new.
But going out to the hip and happening places means you meet new people and hence are exposed to new thoughts or ideas.