Seven Conversations
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4.5
22 Ratings &
15 Reviews
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5

A wonderful and enlightening read!!!!!

As the introduction says, the book is indeed a great thought experiment on life and existence...i liked the character of meera and her inquisitive, curious nature as well...as a great admirer of lord krishna, this book is already in my favourites and i would recommend it to everyone who wants to know and the meaning of his/her existence and realize god...
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Rini Chakraborty

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May, 2015

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"A BOOK WORTH READING"

awesome book with perfect blend of emotions and spirituality .I love its spiritual content. It has intresting aspect of life and karma .

There are so many simple and straight forward answers to many of questions, not knowing to whom to ask.

the following lines I liked most.
"If you surrender your senses and awareness to him, then he takes you into his custody. Let him control you.

must read for everyone.....
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Pinky Mishra

Dec, 2014

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Makes you think .. Is this real happiness we all long for or Am I living in an illusion ??

Seven conversations is not merely a story but its a journey of a girl Meera Sachdev who is like one of us.. Its the journey of every individual who is struggling to take a leap of faith towards inner happiness. The story is very beautifully crafted.Each conversation has a deep meaning..The most interesting part is the city of justice.. the self discovery unfolded with a simple tale..

"Each one of us is born with a purpose and very few understand it .. "

Brilliant work !!

I strongly reco...
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Shraddha Subramanian

Nov, 2014

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Heart touching....

Really a very good book to read. The author has maintained nice flow of thoughts. If the author writes many more such books than some of the phrases may become part of the English literature.

The following lines I liked the most:

" When loving becomes as involuntary as your breathing - you would have reached the state where loving means simply existing, it is not done to reap any benefits. Would you still call it selfish ?"

Another great quote was

"Everything and everyone has a purpose....
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Rajeev Kushwah

Nov, 2014

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India: A Journey Within: You are lead to it in Aesop's style

1.The biggest question of life is what is happiness. Some times we do not want to come out of our comfort zones and insist on continuing the convenience of known and call it happiness.
2. True happiness is in inner self but how to explore it is next question.
3. India knew answer to both these questions since long but somehow mankind has lost the sight of this revelation.
4. In his time, Krishna gave practical aspects on this. And even today his ways have much profound meaning.

But the next ...
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H Panday

Nov, 2014

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It will leave you thinking on Love and Happiness

What is love ? What is happiness ? We all struggle with the same question.
Once you start reading the conversation of the character Meera with Lord Krsna it will help you in finding the answer.

The story starts with Meera returning to India, but the book gets interesting from City of Justice part.

There are many great quotes in this book, two quotes which i really liked:

" When loving becomes as involuntary as your breathing - you would have reached the state where loving means simply exi...
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Jayesh Gopalan

Nov, 2014

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Beautiful style, keeps the reader engrossed until the end leaving her wanting for more

The author says- "we read to occupy ourselves, we read to find respite, we occasionally read to avoid life". Somehow I don't read for any of these reasons, I read to know a story,
I picked this book because of the moving introduction, story of a divorcee at in her 30s, who embraces happiness over convenience. It indeed is a story of someone who does not opt for convenience. The protagonist leaves a well settled job, love marriage, escapes suicide(easy option for lots), comes back to India t...
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Ranjeet Dubey

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May, 2015

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Nistha - another Kahlil Gibran in the making ! Masterful literary work !!!

'Seven Conversations' is a refreshing spiritual fictional novel - elegantly written, with lucid & almost masterful rendition of highly abstract Hindu spiritual concepts, and some beautiful story-telling.

What makes the work more special is that it comes from a very young, first-time (if we discount her prolific ability to churn out post after post on her spectacular blog) & self-made author who is wise beyond her years.

The book urges us to choose happiness over convenience and not give i...
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Kapil Bhati

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Jan, 2015

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Simply loved it!

A fabulous way of story-telling by a first-time writer. Nistha’s inner voice rings so clear and true. The narration is so vivid that I found myself moving through the streets of Vrindavan with the characters. The book is copiously filled with mystical bonding between Meera & Krsna. Soon after flipping first few pages the story starts gaining shape and grips you. A must read for all the people who are looking forward to follow their heart and chase their dreams.
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Prachi Pandey

Jan, 2015

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Key to Happiness is so beautifully written !!!

A lot of time in life we wander from one thing to another for search of happiness, not knowing that if that inside peace n satisfaction is missing, whatever materialistic you achieve in life, it is unworthy.

Nistha had put the story is such a crafted way that page by page it keeps you bounded, the more you reach towards end the more you are connected to Happiness !!!

Congrats for the awesome book :)
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Ruchita Mishra

Nov, 2014

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