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Below is a list of the books that I've read (in English) :
  1. The Alchemist - Paulo Coelho
  2. Five Point Someone - Chetan Bhagat
  3. Nothing Lasts Forever - Sidney Sheldon
  4. One Night @ The Call Center - Chetan Bhagat
  5. 3 Mistakes of My Life - Chetan Bhagat
  6. Love Story - Erich Segal
  7. Digital Fortress - Dan Brown
  8. Wings of Fire: An Autobiography of APJ Abdul Kalam by A.P.J Abdul Kalam, Arun Tiwari
  9. By The River Piedra I Sat Down and Wept - Paulho Coelho
  10. I Too Had A Love Story - Ravinder Singh
  11. You Can Win - Shiv Khera
  12. Awaken The Giant Within - Anthony Robbins
  13. Think and Grow Rich - Napoleon Hill
  14. It's Not About The Bike - Lance Armstrong
  15. 2 States The Story of My Marriage - Chetan Bhagat
  16. Revolution 2020 : Love. Corruption. Ambition - Chetan Bhagat
  17. The Power of Positive Thinking - Norman Vincent Peale
  18. Stay Hungry Stay Foolish - Rashmi Bansal
  19. The Fakir - Ruzbeh N. Bharucha 
  20. The Butterfly Generation - Palash Krishna Mehrotra 
  21. Confessions of a Private Tutor - Vikram Mathur
  22. Diary of a Wimpy Kid - Jeff Kinney
  23. Half Girlfriend - Chetan Bhagat
  24. The Kalam Effect - P.M. Nair 

હાલ માં વાંચી રહ્યો છું :
  1. જીવન જીવવાની કળા - કાંતિ ભટ્ટ
  2. જય હો - જય વસાવડા 
  3. ચંદ્રકાંત બક્ષી ના ઉત્કૃષ્ઠ નિબંધો - ચંદ્રકાંત બક્ષી

અત્યાર સુધી વાંચેલા ગુજરાતી પુસ્તકો :
  1. સપનાની હવેલી - ડૉ. શરદ ઠાકર
  2. સત્ય ની શોધમાં - ઝવેરચંદ મેઘાણી
  3. ચેતના ની ક્ષિતિજે - કાંતિ ભટ્ટ 
  4. માનવ સિદ્ધિ ના સોપાન - કાંતિ ભટ્ટ 
  5. કાંચનવર્ણી કાયા ના કીમિયા - કાંતિ ભટ્ટ
  6. મનની વાત - સુધા મૂર્તિ 
  7. ઈડલી ઓર્કિડ અને મનોબળ - વિઠ્ઠલ કામત. અનુવાદ - અરુણા જાડેજા (Idli, Orchid and Will Power - Vithal Venkatesh Kamat)
  8. મહાશ્વેતા - સુધા મૂર્તિ  
  9. પ્રેરણાનું ઝરણું - ડૉ . જીતેન્દ્ર અઢિયા 
  10. બક્ષીનામા - ચંદ્રકાંત બક્ષી
  11. હૈયું, કટારી અને હાથ (એક નિવૃત પોલીસ અધિકારીની કારકિર્દી-ગાથા -- જુવાનસિંહ જાડેજા). સંકલન : અરુણા જાડેજા 
  12. મશાલ - ચંદ્રકાંત બક્ષી 
  13. ચંદ્રકાંત  બક્ષીની શ્રેષ્ઠ વાર્થાઓ - ચંદ્રકાંત બક્ષી 
  14. પીડામાંથી પ્રેરણા - કાંતિ ભટ્ટ 
  15. પ્રિયજન - વીનેશ અંતાણી
  16. સંબંધ પણ ઉમેરો જરા સારવારમાં - ડૉ. શરદ ઠાકર  
  17. પૅરૅલિસિસ - ચંદ્રકાંત બક્ષી 
  18. ડૉકટરની ડાયરી (ભાગ 1) - ડૉ. શરદ ઠાકર 

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