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  • Re: Which book are you reading now...

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    Kalyani Nandurkar
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    Presently Internet has facilitated us in getting all types of informations sitting back at home. I buy less books and study more from internet. I have interest in economics and finance. Now a days, I am busy with G.K. Preparing myself for exams.


    Yes Devyani, I also get most of the stuff from internet but you cannot beat physical books. While reading a paper book you are away from the world, not wandering between mails,music or other stuff. They take you to a different world and e-books cannot do that... :) :)


    I agree! Holding a physical book in your hand and being able to smell the pages is an experience that cannot be given by e-book readers or computers! Also, when I like a book, I prefer to have it in my personal collection and to be able to read all of it once again or some of the most liked passages or pages in it.

    "I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally."
    - W. C. Fields :)


  • Re: Which book are you reading now...

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    Puneet Chhabra
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    Presently Internet has facilitated us in getting all types of informations sitting back at home. I buy less books and study more from internet. I have interest in economics and finance. Now a days, I am busy with G.K. Preparing myself for exams.


    Yes Devyani, I also get most of the stuff from internet but you cannot beat physical books. While reading a paper book you are away from the world, not wandering between mails,music or other stuff. They take you to a different world and e-books cannot do that... :) :)


    I agree! Holding a physical book in your hand and being able to smell the pages is an experience that cannot be given by e-book readers or computers! Also, when I like a book, I prefer to have it in my personal collection and to be able to read all of it once again or some of the most liked passages or pages in it.


    Yes.. Thats why i am in habit of buying a book whenever i feel like buying even if i don't read them now, i'll read them someday.. I would love to have my personal library...

    Life is a box of Chocolate, You never know what you gonna get.... :)
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  • Re: Which book are you reading now...

    by » 9 years ago


    Kalyani Nandurkar
    Editor & Super Moderator
    258 14.6k 108.2k
    Presently Internet has facilitated us in getting all types of informations sitting back at home. I buy less books and study more from internet. I have interest in economics and finance. Now a days, I am busy with G.K. Preparing myself for exams.


    Yes Devyani, I also get most of the stuff from internet but you cannot beat physical books. While reading a paper book you are away from the world, not wandering between mails,music or other stuff. They take you to a different world and e-books cannot do that... :) :)


    I agree! Holding a physical book in your hand and being able to smell the pages is an experience that cannot be given by e-book readers or computers! Also, when I like a book, I prefer to have it in my personal collection and to be able to read all of it once again or some of the most liked passages or pages in it.


    Yes.. Thats why i am in habit of buying a book whenever i feel like buying even if i don't read them now, i'll read them someday.. I would love to have my personal library...


    I do that too, and I have already started building my own little library, bit by bit!!! :)

    "I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally."
    - W. C. Fields :)


  • Re: Which book are you reading now...

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    RAM PROSAD ACHARYYA
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    Reading physically any book has a different taste.Such is not available in ebooks.

    www.mobileeduhut.blogspot.in

  • Re: Which book are you reading now...

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    Presently Internet has facilitated us in getting all types of informations sitting back at home. I buy less books and study more from internet. I have interest in economics and finance. Now a days, I am busy with G.K. Preparing myself for exams.


    Yes Devyani, I also get most of the stuff from internet but you cannot beat physical books. While reading a paper book you are away from the world, not wandering between mails,music or other stuff. They take you to a different world and e-books cannot do that... :) :)


    I agree! Holding a physical book in your hand and being able to smell the pages is an experience that cannot be given by e-book readers or computers! Also, when I like a book, I prefer to have it in my personal collection and to be able to read all of it once again or some of the most liked passages or pages in it.


    Yes.. Thats why i am in habit of buying a book whenever i feel like buying even if i don't read them now, i'll read them someday.. I would love to have my personal library...


    I too make it a point to buy at least few books every month for our home library. Actually most of my family members are interested in reading so at present we have a good collections of books at our home library.

  • Re: Which book are you reading now...

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    RAM PROSAD ACHARYYA
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    There are many libraries here so I need not buy books.Take a membership and read and return.

    www.mobileeduhut.blogspot.in

  • Re: Which book are you reading now...

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    Puneet Chhabra
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    There are many libraries here so I need not buy books.Take a membership and read and return.


    Yes, thats indeed a good way.. But i would like to own them and read as per my mood... :)
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  • Re: Which book are you reading now...

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    Kumaresh Gupta
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    Finished 2 books about "Tantra Shashtra" just one day . I am very thankful to the Lord for providing me the capability to read and understand(even partially sometimes).
    :) :)



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  • Re: Which book are you reading now...

    by » 9 years ago


    RAM PROSAD ACHARYYA
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    Finished 2 books about "Tantra Shashtra" just one day . I am very thankful to the Lord for providing me the capability to read and understand(even partially sometimes).
    :) :)



    Kumaresh then share some thing about that or write an article.

    www.mobileeduhut.blogspot.in

  • Re: Which book are you reading now...

    by » 9 years ago


    Puneet Chhabra
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    Finished 2 books about "Tantra Shashtra" just one day . I am very thankful to the Lord for providing me the capability to read and understand(even partially sometimes).
    :) :)




    Thats great.. Do share the book details and a small summary... :)

    Life is a box of Chocolate, You never know what you gonna get.... :)
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