Top ten books in Hindi Audiobooks!

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Top ten books in Hindi Audiobooks!

Admin / November 1, 2022

If you are bored of watching digital content in this lockdown and lazy enough to read. Welcome to my blog which provides you to just lie down and listen to podcasts instead of reading, and if you haven’t given a try to Hindi literature podcasts, this is the time you should totally give it a try.
Hindi language has all kinds of stories and has a very rich literary heritage. Here is a list of 10 of the best and most popular works in Hindi, which you must listen to.
1. Ram-Ishwaku ke vanshaj: Amish Tripathi
It is a fantasy book by Indian author Amish Tripathi, released on 22 June 2015. It is based on Ram, the legendary Indian king regarded as an incarnation of Vishnu. The story begins with King Dashrath of Ayodhya being defeated in a war by Lankan trader Raavan, and the birth of his son Ram. It follows through Ram's childhood and tutelage, along with the politics surrounding his ascension to the throne, and ultimately his 14-year exile, accompanied by wife Sita and brother Lakshman.
2. Chanakya neeti: Radhakrishnan Pillai
Chanakya, the great thinker and teacher, is well-known for his insights into the needs of both the privileged and the masses. The original Chanakya Neeti was written over two thousand years ago, but its brilliant verses are still applicable today because the basic quests of man remain the same—peace, prosperity and happiness. In this volume, Radhakrishnan Pillai offers a modern interpretation of Chanakya’s crisp and practical maxims in his characteristic easy-to-follow and elegant prose. Imbibe Chanakya’s wisdom to break loose from the web of troubles and create the life you desire on your terms.
3. Shrimad Bhagvad Gita: R. R Verma
A part of the grand epic the Mahabharata,the Bhagavad Gita is a conversation between the great Pandava hero Arjuna and Krishna-the lord Vishnu incarnate.As Arjuna stands on the battlefield of Kurukshetra,readying to fight an army comrising his relatives,even his own guru,he is overcome with despair.He turns to his friend Krishna for advice and the ensuing conversation between the two is the highest expression of philosophical Hinduism.During the discourse,Krishna reveals his identity as the Supreme Being Himself,blessing Arjuna with an awe-inspiring glimpse of His divine absolute form.
4. Naqaab: J.P. Pomare
Shalini Bhatnagar clients all lie to her, but one lie could cost her family and freedom.

Psychologist Shalini Bhatnagar has a picture-perfect life: a nice house in the suburbs, a husband, two children, and a successful career. On a warm spring morning, Shalini spots one of her clients on a busy train platform. He is looking down at his phone, with his duffel bag in hand as the train approaches. That’s when she slams into his back and he falls in front of the train. Suddenly, one tragedy leads to another leaving her, her family, and her patients in danger. As misfortune unfolds, listeners will soon question Shalini's true role in all of these unfortunate events.
Naqaab is a fast-paced, psychological, whodunit mystery that will leave listeners wondering if anyone can actually be trusted.
5. Saraswatichandra: Govardhanram Tripathi
Saraswatichandra is a Gujarati novel by Govardhanram Madhavaram Tripathi set in set in 19th-century feudalism in India, an author of early twentieth century from Gujarat, India. It is a widely read piece of Gujarati literature.
The focus of the novel is on two Gujarati Brahmin families. The family of Lakshminandan is settled in Bombay, and is very wealthy. Saraswatichandra, the brilliant scholar-to-be, is born to Lakshminandan and Chandralakshmi.The other family is that of Vidyachatur, the highly knowledgeable prime minister of the court of King Maniraj of kingdom of Ratnanagari.
6. Bharat ka Rakshak Suheldev: Amish Tripathi
Repeated attacks by Mahmud of Ghazni and his barbaric Turkic hordes have weakened India’s northern regions. The invaders lay waste to vast swathes of the subcontinent—plundering, killing, raping, pillaging. Many of the old Indian kingdoms, tired and divided, fall to them. Those who do fight, battle with old codes of chivalry, and are unable to stop the savage Turkic army which repeatedly breaks all rules to win. Then the Turks raid and destroy one of the holiest temples in the land: the magnificent Lord Shiva temple at Somnath. At this most desperate of times, a warrior rises to defend the nation. King Suheldev. The ruler of a small kingdom, he sees what must be done for his motherland,and is willing to sacrifice his all for it. A fierce rebel. A charismatic leader. An inclusive patriot. 
7. Sochiye aur ameer baniye: Napolean Hill
Napoleon Hill clearly defines a process to achieve success, not just economic success, but, realization of a person’s dreams in all aspects of their lives.
The author explains how people’s minds can help shape their lives. Thoughts and desires, faith and perseverance, the brain, the sixth sense, the power of creativity, planning and organization, specialized knowledge, all these can be used to achieve wealth and success.
 8. Apke avchetan man ki shakti: Dr. Joseph Murphy
This book is an attempt to explain the basic truths of the mind in simple language. It is perfectly possible to explain the basic laws of life and the mind in simple everyday language. Why do human beings get sad? Why is the other happy? Why is a man happy and prosperous? Why is the other poor and unhappy? Why is a human scared and stressed? Why is the other faithful and confident? Why does a man have a beautiful, luxurious bungalow? Why does the other stay in the hut? Why is one man very successful and another unsuccessful miserably? Can your conscious and subconscious mind find any answers to these questions? Can definitely be found. By studying this book and applying the techniques mentioned in it, you will come to know the miraculous power that will help you to come out of the vicious cycle of dilemma, sadness, sadness and failure. This wondrous power will help you reach your destination, Will solve your problems, free you from mental and physical shackles. It can make you healthy, spirited and powerful again. When you learn to use your inner powers, you will be free from the captivity of fear and enjoy a happy life.

9. Sapiens: Yuval Noah Harari
In the book 'Sapiens' written by Yuval Noah Harari, the entire history of mankind has been presented in a very vivid way in a unique perspective. This presentation is unique in itself. The interesting facts of the journey of the development of mankind from prehistoric times to the modern era have been worded by the author with research based data in such a way that this book will definitely be included in the category of modern classic books.About 100,000 years ago There used to be at least six human species on Earth, but today we are the only one (Homo sapiens). How did our race finally win in this war of dominance? Why did our food-seeking ancestors unite to establish cities and empires? How did we come to believe in God, nations and human rights? How did we come to trust in money, books, and the law? and how we bureaucracy, Enslaved to the schedule and consumerism? What will our world be like in the coming thousand years? This book contains answers to these interesting questions.
10. Sita; Mithila ki yodha: Amish Tripathi 
Sita: The Warrior of Mithila, the second book in the Ram Chandra series. A thriller that records the story of an adopted child becoming the prime minister. And then to become a goddess. 3400 BC India was surrounded by differences, dissatisfaction and poverty and people hated their rulers during that period. Outsiders took advantage of this difference. The demon king of Lanka, Ravana, becoming powerful, had buried his poisonous teeth further deep in the helpless Saptsindhu. On the other hand, an orphan girl is found in the field. Guarded by vultures and surrounded by bloodthirsty wolves. He is adopted by the rulers of the powerless and neglected kingdom, Mithila. No one thought that that girl would be able to do anything. But he was proved wrong. She was no ordinary girl. She was Sita. Original and thrilling... This Amish book shakes the consciousness to the core. —Deepak Chopra