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It’s March Already, And We Are Back With Our Top Three Book Recommendations!

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March 2023 is here and we are already gearing up for Holi and Women’s Day celebrations, and not to forget, our monthly book recommendations for all the readers out there. Today we have picked three books you must read this month by Dhanashree Bhatkal, Anupama Ravindran Menon, and Rahul Pandey.

Our Top Three Book Recommendations for March 2023 are

  • Money: What’s Left, What’s Right by Dhanashree Bhatkal
  • Dear Manusha: Yours Truly, Now and Forever by Anupama Ravindran Menon
  • The Red Hat Club by Rahul Pandey

MONEY: WHAT’S LEFT, WHAT’S RIGHT by Dhanashree Bhatkal

MONEY ~ What’s Left What’s Right, is a Money Management Toolkit designed to be a light read, It brings about the blend of two essential components of Financial Freedom.

One Section is dedicated to the Money Mindset work which is often ignored by sceptics. The other Section serves as a detailed step by step guide in planning your financial freedom thresholds, and understanding various ways to get there.

The book leaves the reader with tools and skills to use in life in the years to come. It runs on the belief that balance is the most important factor when we make long haul goals.

The book can serve as a guide for individuals looking at transforming their financial realities to create a new financial position for themselves. Those that are willing to go the extra mile to do whatever it takes, to get closer to their Dream life.

Dhanashree Bhatkal takes the reader through the first part, working on the mental blocks one by one and demolishing the mindset challenges that come in the way. In the second half the reader is acquainted with the concepts of finance, and how to create a strong and agile Money Management System. This one is a great Toolkit which the reader might want to repeatedly go back to and work with.

It might be a great investment if you are serious about changing your Financial Story for Good. The book sticks to facts, worksheets and real-life examples making it an interesting read. It is not preachy in its approach and is more a first-person conversation the author seeks to have with the reader. The author uses a lot of autobiographical content to share and put across many of the concepts and processes that she mentions in the book. It brings together 20 years of the Author’s entrepreneurial journey and more importantly 40 years of her ‘entitled’ life journey. Her being an accidental millionaire and intentional entrepreneur brings both sides of the spectrum to the table, which is evident in the book.

With the rave reviews the book is receiving, it is bound to be a handy toolkit for you to change your financial reality.


Being apart of the millennial population, the axis of our existence revolves solely around modernity & materialism. We tend to forget that love, emotions, poetry & art are quintessential elements required to keep the humane part of us alive. We have forgotten the very vulnerability & emotional rawness are components that sets us apart from other creations of the cosmic resulting in a widening schism between human & humanity.

Reflecting upon your own mirror, how many times do you actually ask yourself if you are happy? Are you at peace? Do you smile when you end your day after working so hard? Many people consider this menial and often laughed off. I tried asking this to myself & I realised that I did not have the right answers to any of the questions imposed.

Hence, Dear Manusha was born as a reminder to me & many of us that love is the most primal instinct we have all been wired internally to be human. It is a memoir, dedicated in honour of love and beloved, through the lens of someone who has lost & yet continues to love. It is a written scripture proving lost love is still love & the rampant energy its memories radiate, upholds love as poignantly & as enigmatically ever. The strength it bestows enables self empowerment & paradigmatic betterment of life. It is a simple memoir, yet a heartwarming compilation of stories which reignite many hidden & buried human emotions. A compilation of 13 beautiful chapters, each depicting daily live events which could be anyone of ours. Dear Manusha is a homage to each & everyone of you, spiralling you down your favourite memory lane, bringing you back to the joy of love and long forgotten memories, both healing and inspiring. All you need a couch to lay back on & a warm cuppa coffee, it will be a read which will touch you deep down.


If you enjoy computers and want to become a true hacker in your life, this is the book for you. This book will help you take the first step in hacking, inspire you, and tell you what real hacking is. Don’t be afraid if you don’t know anything about hacking or computers. This book is written in such a way that you can understand it easily. This book is also for those who consider themselves great hackers. Maybe your thinking comes true or it may be that you understand who a real hacker is.

Forget to hack Facebook or Instagram, there is a bigger thing to do in the world of hacking. No, i will not teach you to hack bank accounts, but i will tell you what makes a real hacker. This book will teach you hacking step by step. These are very important because nowadays people learn some linux tools and claim to be super cool hackers. Today or tomorrow, those tools will be of no use, and you will end up being a script kiddie. Furthermore, I have kept this book straightforward, so i will try my best to translate technical terms into a language that we can all connect with.

You should read this book if you believe that hackers only target Facebook and Instagram, that they all dress in black hoodies, that they type quickly, and that they can access any account in a matter of clicks.

This book has the ability to change your perspective. There have been some such things in the book that every human using a smartphone should know about technology, the internet, and social media. 

My name is Shivam Kumar. Working as a content writer for a variety of websites, including Indianstories.live. In addition, I am currently the CEO of two digital marketing firms, Weboindia and Enrestro. For the past 5+ years, I've been writing blogs for over 30 websites and many guest blogs.

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