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I loved reading this book. The author has recounted his experiences and wisdom gained through his interactions with a wide spectrum of people from all walks of life. The range from his kid's school founder to an encounter with Mother Teresa, while he was a school kid, to a chartered accountant, a real estate developer, his various colleagues... the list goes on and on.
What I really liked was that he analysed and fitted people into six broad categories. My favourite chapter was: Keeping Happy.
It is a good read and I would recommend it. There is always something that we can learn from others.
I had purchased this for gifting it to someone. While the leather has a good finish, the handle is a bit tacky - I had excepted the handle to be of a better quality. At the current discounted price it was fine, but not otherwise.
The packaging was very good and I do appreciate this.
For an amateur birdwatcher or wildlife enthusiast, this product is a good fit. I've taken it on a recent field trip and found the small size and light weight to be a huge asset. At its current price it is a good purchase.
I have begun to use this shampoo regularly, because I was looking for an organic product. The only drawback, perhaps henna leaves the hair rough and dry. A good conditioner is also required post shampooing.
It doesn't color the hair, but if there are grey strands, it does leave a tint after regular use.
A lovely fragrance, a few drops can add that extra element to any prayer room. It can be used in a diffuser or just sprinkled around, for instance on rose petals or a few drops on a flower arrangement - can also work wonders.
It is a good phone, with large keys - useful for senior citizens to use easily. But unfortunately it has no caller ID which I was expecting it to have. FlipKart's delivery was prompt and efficient as always.
It was so wonderful to read about how Salim Ali became India's famous ornithologist, it all began when he was a little boy and noticed that a sparrow (or what looked like a sparrow) had a yellow throat.
The author has vividly described his childhood in Mumbai, his overseas stay, viz: in Burma and Germany, his long tenure with the Bombay Natural History Society and the great professors who guided him.
Salim Ali's wit and humor also shine through. He talks about his stay at a government guest house. There, the guests were divided into first class guests and second class guests. Only when you reached the breakfast table would you know how the 'State' had choosen to classify you. Mercifully, Salim Ali's breakfast consisted of two eggs and two toasts (given to first class guests). At least the government had got something right!!!
Today, one may not find sparrows' in one's backyard, but this book sure made me put on my shoes, grab a pair of binoculars and visit open areas where I could indulge in birding.
If you love bird-watching, this book is a MUST READ.
I found the smell to be overpowering and bitter. I just used it once and then was forced to throw away the bar of soap. I just couldn't stand it. If they could just make the smell less overpowering, I am sure it would be a great soap for use during the monsoon season.
I loved Khadi's Lemon soap though.
Like any other book written by this author, Rupa Gulab, it offers candid insights and you can't but help giggling and chuckling as you turn each page. Laughter is the best medicine, pick this book up for a breezy read and lots of giggles.