Book Review: The Journey Traveller with in by Tarun Deep Singh

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The fear is important for survival and species existence but one should refrain from overdoing it.

The evil you see in others is manifestion of your own weakness

Author: Tarun Deep Singh
Publisher: Wordit Content Design & Editing Services Pvt Ltd
Rating: 3/5

Review:Vidhya Thakkar- Indian blogger, Mumbai blogger, book blogger, Book blogger Mumbai, Book blogger India, lifestyle blogger, product reviewerVidhya Thakkar- Indian blogger, Mumbai blogger, book blogger, Book blogger Mumbai, Book blogger India, lifestyle blogger, product reviewer

The Journey Traveller With in is a Self-help book which tells about Soul Searching. To seek for truths within. The book is divided into six chapters. Each chapter has a new concept which will help one to find themselves. Chapters like who am I?, Journey to Infinite, Simplicity, Faith Hurts are My favourite.

The book also has a few concepts related to science and mathematics which should interest the reader. There are charts, Diagrams which explains the concept well. It tells about the process that can help one in life. The author has also shared his personal experience in some places.

It’s a well researched and detailed book. The language used by the author is simple and crisp. The writing style of the author is Profound. Which makes this book a bit heavy read. This book has so many Vital concepts which can change one’s life. Each chapter is written in depth, giving the reader a clear perspective.

The author talks about the’The fallen One’. Someone who finds answers to unanswered questions. The message of accepting the truth and then getting up again rather than giving up is conveyed by the author well. There are quotes, Lines in Hindi which the author have added within chapters which interest the reader.

There are certain tips, lines at the end of every page which again captures the reader’s attention. This book has a strong message which the author conveyed wonderfully using various themes. The author connects the dots of faith, Persistence and Logic giving answers to the various questions that we have in our Daily lives.

I loved the cover and the title of the book. The blurb of the book is too interesting.

It’s a must-read book for Self-realisation. To bring a change within ourselves. Love reading about self-help? Do not miss this book, though it’s a bit heavy read.


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Every human is a seeker of ‘Truth’. But almost all give up in the middle since they are threatened by their alter ego, ‘The Fallen One’. The first step is to accept that yes, ‘I’ am ‘The Fallen One’ and then proceed for soul searching. This is unstable equilibrium so the caution has to be practiced. So, I would like to reach ‘Youth of India’ in particular by presenting them what ‘search for self realization’ has to offer. It is not easy, perhaps the most difficult task to be undertaken, but the persistence is the key. The book also contains few concepts related to science and mathematics which should interest logical minds. It is also meant for those who have gone under the same set of experience while performing soul search.

This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Bikramjit

    It seems a good book with positive life. You are a books lover, sharing lots of reviews. Thanks, grow up

  2. Nihar Pradhan

    The ultimate quest to know the truth. The constant soul searching we do to explore the world of unknown and we are in the journey of self discovery in life. It is so important to have a good research done and usage of simple language, then the power of the idea that we wants to convey through our book acquires the momentum it needed to keep going the long distance.
    Thanks for sharing such insightful book review. Writing is so much about reading books and you are reading new books for your review and that’s such a wonderful experience to delve deep into the minds of such writers.

  3. Agnivo

    Looks like a promising read! Will add it to my to-read list!

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