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#128: Book Recommendations for UPSC Aspirants
Preparing for UPSC? Read these!
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I am sharing my 7 Book Recommendations for you to read!
1. Freedom in Exile by Dalai Lama
Dalai Lama, the god of millions, teaches his life journey in JUST ₹380!
- Great quotations and examples for Ethics & Essays
- Reading this book will better you for both Mains & Interview
2. Resolved by Ban ki Moon
Ban Ki Moon, one of the longest serving UN Sec Gen, shares his stories to teach the youth in an interactive manner.
- Amazing stories, easy language
- Imp. things to learn about UN for Pre and Mains
3. 10 Judgements that changed India by Zia Mody
One of the best books to read and understand Indian legal structure for GS2
- Easy to read language even for freshers
- Can quote these court cases directly in GS2 Mains answers
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4. Long walk to freedom by Nelson Mandela
Nelson Mandela is a name that needs no introduction. His words, actions and story will serve as a great fuel for aspirants to bring real change.
- Easy to read
- Teaches you mental strength
5. Open by Andre Agassi
Andre Agassi is one of the Tennis greats before the era of Nadal & Fed.
- Catch? He HATED Tennis to core & yet excelled at it!
- How? Learn from him in OPEN!
Reading this book changed my life. Strongly recommended!
6. The India Way by S. Jaishankar
MEA S. Jaishankar presents The India Way on the on global platforms.
But what is India Way?
- Great WAY FORWARD & examples to quote
- Makes your GS2 IR answers better!
7. Shoe Dog by Phil Knight
Shoe Dog is a story of how Nike by founder Phil Knight
- I have learnt immensely about business growth from this book
- Also teaches you about winning in adverse situations (imp for #UPSC)
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