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B S Gupta

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Shall listen to it again,I loved it.

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5 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed: 24-03-21

So much information at one place ,so beautifully presented,I shall listen to it again,would like my grandchildren to possess a hard copy and read it instead of trash covered in their curriculum.

Amazing audible book on Physics

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5 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed: 28-12-20

Though I learnt physics as part of Bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering,at BITS ,Pilani India in the year 1966-71,as per Cambridge,MIT curriculum,under the joint working arrangement, many concepts which were vague and of no interest then,have suddenly become most exciting and clear after 50 years, credit goes to Walter Lewin,who is so loving and humane at the same time,3 cheers and long life to him!

A great audible book on why and how to sleep

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Reviewed: 02-12-20

Loved the naration and the scientific facts presented in an exciting and well organised
story form.New insights other than well known
Freudian ones on importance of dreams is welcoming.Imortance of introducing flexible timings in Industries based on sleep patterns of the employees, and not to have very early schools for children, are worthy suggestions for consideration by authorities and administrators.Sleeping is the most important gift and natural healer given by mother nature for free,why and how-is beautifully brought out in this book.The author needs to some research on importance of deep meditation for reducing need for 7 to 8 hours of sleep , as demonstrated by many Yogis,would be worthwhile!

A great story,a lively narration!

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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 08-10-20

I enjoyed the story ,an adventure full of nostalgia, visiting few prominent cities of India including Mumbai,Ahmedabad,Delhi,interacting with locals,discovering Indian cuisine,not so memorable visit to Agra of Taj due to the then poor roads and not expected cleanliness.The memorable train journey from Delhi to Darjeeling,finally landing in to the village of his grandfather with his son.The great grand son and grand son of a migrant to South Africa more than a century ago,from a village near Kolkatta,ever eager to find a sign somewhere of his roots lost in the passage of time.A great story of love for the elders,a lively narration indeed.I loved it.