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Idle Hours - Humour|Memoirs|Essays
The book is a work of non-fiction and meant for leisurely read to provide entertainment as well as insight into many personal and social issues. While some articles are thoroughly humorous, others too have a shade or two. Even though meant for leisurely read, the discerning reader will find glimpses into the nature of reality.
Published November 5th 2017 by Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited
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Enjoyed reading the book. At places the humour is hilarious and some places it is very subtle. Most of the articles are for leisurely read, but not all. Some, like the one on the nature of reality and another on Transcendental Mathematics require deeper introspection. The articles are a combination of serious and trivia. Overall, the book is worth one's time. I could relate with the memoirs too, myself hailing from a remote place of India. ...more
It was an interesting read. It is a different book from the chick lit produced by most of the authors. Those who have good reading taste in humour, literature and in depth probe into issues must read this book and gain the insights given by the author.
Durga Prasad Dash is a yogi who is also passionate about social issues, history and culture and exploring things in a scientific spirit. Having been a regular soldier, educational trainer and yoga teacher, he has travelled and stayed in all parts of India exploring India’s vast wealth of landscapes, land marks, cuisines, cultural roots and spiritual practices. He has already published seven books ...more
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