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This Beautiful Restaurant In Mehrauli Offers Armenian Cuisine With A Bengali Touch

You must be thinking, “What? Armenian food in Delhi?” You heard it right. Lavaash serves first-rate, authentic Armenian cuisine which you would rarely find anywhere else. Not just that, the cuisine has been infused with elements of Bengali cuisine, which truly makes for a unique dining experience.

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Ten most helful self-help books

Self help books are helpful in their own way. They are a different culture in their own. Tje world today is so fast that people.forget their own survival needs and their interests. If implimented, these self help books promises a key to happy and humorous life. Here is the list of self recommended self-help books:

  1. The secret by Rhonda Byrne: This is the best book to read if you wanna achieve something real hard. Its best fir cleansing negetivity and bringing in happy and positive thoughts. The book is based on the law of attraction, claiming that if you think about something hard enough, it will come to you. Its New Age ideas have been ridiculed for their impracticality, peddling unrealistic solutions to tangible problems (for example, its weight loss advice is to “not observe” overweight people). Whether or not it is actually helpful, it has managed to gross over $300 million since its publication – demonstrating that the author, at least, knows the secret to success.
  2. The purpose driven life by Rick Warran: The Purpose Driven Life proclaims itself to be “more than a book; it is a guide to a 40-day spiritual journey that will enable you to discover the answer to life’s most important question: What on earth am I here for?”. It is a must read book and is no less than a bible.
  3. The power of now by Eckhart Tolle: The Power of Now has been assisting readers on their journey to spiritual enlightenment since its publication in 1997. This book blends psychology and spirituality in a quest to teach the reader how to see through the illusions created by the false self. The false self, or ego, is the main subject of the Power of Now. The ego is a collection of everything we think we know about ourselves. The Power of Now shows the reader how the ego is the source of all fear and anxiety, and that releasing attachment to the ego relieves these tensions.
  4. The road less travelled by M.Scott Peck: The Road Less Traveled preaches acceptance of the tribulations of life, and focuses on how to exist peacefully with these realities. The main strategies Peck employs are delayed gratification and acceptance of responsibility. By accepting responsibility for every action of our daily lives, no matter how mundane, we eliminate the bad habits and limiting beliefs holding us back from unlocking our potential.
  5. The power of positive thinking by Norman Vincent: The Power of Positive Thinking teaches readers how to break the habit of worrying about things outside of their control. It gives practical exercises designed to get the reader to focus their negative energy into positive energy directed towards achieving their goals. These exercises show readers how to embrace their inner power and realize they deserve to receive even their wildest dreams if only they align themselves with the energy of positive thought.
  6. There is nothing wrong with you by Cheri Huber: This book is all about self-hate, and how self-hate is a main factor in stopping us from achieving our goals. Huber starts with defining self-hate. She discusses the different ways self-hate manifests itself and how this negative self-image keeps us from having the confidence necessary for success. The book also discusses the role self-hate plays in addiction and other harming behaviors. Huber provides a strategy based on daily meditation to foster a feeling of unconditional love towards oneself. She teaches readers how to embrace their flaws as well as the flaws in others. Once we accept that we are our own worst critic, we are free to pursue our full potential.
  7. When bad things happen to good people by Harold. S Kushner: When Bad Things Happen to Good People” gets at the very core of spirituality. The inspiration for writing a book on grief was the death of Kushner’s son when he was just 11 years old. The main question Kushner discusses is “If the God of this world is so loving and nurturing, why is there so much suffering and disease in the world?”
    Kushner answers this question by describing God as a being who tries to ease suffering to the best of his power; however, not all suffering can be eased since it is a natural part of the ebb and flow of life.
  8. When things fall apart by Pema Chodron: “When Things Fall Apart” is a collection of 7 years worth of conversation with Pema Chodron, an expert on Buddhism. These conversations meander through a wide array of life’s troubles, and how to solve them through Buddhist philosophy. “When Things Fall Apart” is not just a guide for Buddhist living, but rather a manual for living a fulfilled life no matter what one’s faith or position in life.
  9. I am Ok . You are Ok by Thomas A Harris: “I’m OK-You’re OK” is responsible for bringing the theory of transactional analysis to the mainstream. The basis of this theory is humans are shaped through their transactions with other people, and that their sense of self is constantly changing due to these transactions. Harris shows how intense experiences from childhood remain present in the adult subconscious and dictates much of our automatic and irrational response to outside stressors.
  10. How to win friends and influence people by Dale Carnegie: How to Win Friends and Influence People has been translated into 36 languages and was one of the first best-selling self-help books ever. Written by Dale Carnegie, a successful ex-salesman and lecturer, the manual contains strategies for effective communication as well as tips for making people like you and bringing them around to your way of thinking. It is still immensely popular today, particularly among business people.

She and Me

I am finally older than her

My fav character is getting younger

She was like a light

Had thrones and guts to fight

Now that i have surpassed her

That memory would never blur

I used to read it again and again

Lost nothing but still nothing to gain

Am i like her?

Or is she like me?

Because now that i am the elder one

M thinking about it now…its a lot of fun

Her mind is like mine

Bold and reckless

We both have the will to do the right thing,

And make everyone breathless.

Lets see if I become something greater than her..

And see her eye to eye in the fiction

She would be proud of me