by Megha Bajaj

Noteworthy Moments In Her Journey

Best Sellers That Transformed Many Lives

Published by: Rupa Publications India

We all want to be happy and successful and keep chasing these throughout our lives. However, only 4-5 per cent of people end up becoming successful and from among them less than one per cent become successful and happy. What is the secret that makes them sit at the top of the pyramid? What makes them who they are?

Author Megha Bajaj set out on journey and visited different parts of the country and discovered eleven such individuals who were truly happy and successful in a country of 1.3 billion people! She realized that these rare individuals had one thing in common— they all had many significant events in their lives. But what made them stand apart was these individuals had the rare ability to make an ordinary event into a significant one and then turn that into a BREAKTHROUGH.

Published by: Rupa Publications India

Megha Bajaj’s search led her to Hari Prasad Kanoria, a ‘corporate spiritualist’ whose life was an example of how to be passionately involved in day-to-day activities and still have a part of the ‘self’ immersed in the divine consciousness. In Happiness in the Age of Ambition she takes on the role of a Kathavachak (the narrator) to share the extraordinary tale of Hari Prasad and SREI, the company that he founded. This book is not just the story of a business legend but an answer to the trials and tribulations of people across the world as they struggle to find that very fine balance to manage the contradictions of life that threaten their peace of mind. It is a book for the young and old alike; for those looking for meaning in life, and those seeking materialistic pleasures.

Published by: Hay House

Sometimes, just sometimes, it takes breast cancer to convince a seemingly ordinary woman to discover her extraordinariness, her mission in life. A highly inspiring and motivating book – based on real-life cases – that enables women to fight breast cancer by putting mind over body. Despite the odds stacked against them, they not only succeeded in getting cured but also became the source of inspiration for many other women afflicted by breast cancer. The author (whose mother overcame breast cancer) presents, apart from the conventional treatment (including surgery, chemotherapy and radiation), complementary therapies (such as yoga, meditation, reiki and pranic healing) as well, which can go a long way in dealing positively with the after-effects of breast cancer.

Published by: Jaico

“A must read for anyone who has ever rolled their eyes skyward and asked, “Hey God, is there like a road map to life?” .Neerja’s grandmother was busy in the kitchen. The smell of pickles enticed the chubby little girl. Every now and then, she would steal a piece of sour green mango, flick it into the air and catch it in her mouth. The taste was heaven. “Oh nani, I love you!” Neerja sighed. “This is the greatest treasure you could ever give me!”
“Oh, no, my little one”, replied her grandmother,  “Raw mangoes are not the greatest treasure.”
“I give up Nani! Tell me, tell me, what is the greatest treasure?”
Equal parts humorous and soul stirring, the deeply personal and disturbingly honest I Inspire reveals how the human spirit is much, much bigger than anything it endures.”

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