10 Audiobooks that were Most Popular in India in 2021
It is 2022 now, but most of us are trying to reminiscent on how we passed 2020 and 2021. Amidst pandemic life has been difficult and passing each day has gotten easy with a stagnant schedule, but we still did not move on from last year. In this article, we will read about 10 audiobooks that were most popular in India in 2021 because we all are trying to engage ourselves with good habits.
10 Audiobooks that were Most Popular in India in 2021:
- Atomic Habits – James Clear
- The Psychology of Money – Morgan Housel
- Ikigai – Héctor García and Francesc Miralles
- The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck – Mark Manson
- Sapiens – Yuval Noah Harari
- Life’s Amazing Secrets – Gaur Gopal Das
- The Extraordinary Adventures of Arsène Lupin, Gentleman Burglar – Maurice Leblanc
- Wuthering Heights – Emily Brontë
- Rich Dad Poor Dad – Robert T. Kiyosaki
- Extraordinary Leadership – Robin Sharma
Atomic Habits – James Clear
Through Atomic Habits Clear offers you a framework that will guide and help you to improve your daily life. Being an expert on habit formation he provides practical procedures that will teach you how to create good habits, remove bad ones, and expertise the tiny behaviors that will display good results. This book will help you to take out time for good habits, design a proper environment to achieve the goals easily, how get back on track when you feel like giving up, and how to overcome the lack of inspiration.
The Psychology of Money – Morgan Housel
In this book, Housel shares 19 stories that show us the odd ways in which people think and look at money and teach us how to create a good sense of some of the most significant matters in life. It deals with the psychology of investment, savings, future, and money in general.
Ikigai – Héctor García and Francesc Miralles
The people of Japan believe that we all have a reason to get out of bed every morning; we have a purpose to serve and a goal to achieve. This book will help us to explore and search for our own Ikigai, how to thrive our connections, and focus on passion.
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck – Mark Manson
Manson offers the readers a guide to find the significance and meaning of life and value the aspects in life that we can control. He argues and advises us to avoid the toxic positivity that comes from self-help books instead focus more on a disciplined life filled with honesty, punctuality, and kindness.
Sapiens – Yuval Noah Harari
Harari offers a good read of history to his readers as he explores human history from the commencement of the human race to the recent radical revolutions and destructive inventions. This book explores how economics, paleontology, biology, anthropology, and more have evolved and built our personalities and human society. It also answers several questions like, will we ever gain freedom from our ancestors, have we gained any happiness after getting familiar with the past, and more.
Life’s Amazing Secrets – Gaur Gopal Das
In his debut book Life’s Amazing Secrets, Gaur Das explores human conditions, the purpose of our existence, how we can do well at work and how to give back to the world, the way to everlasting happiness, and more. He shares his experiences through a light approach and thought-provoking manner.
The Extraordinary Adventures of Arsène Lupin, Gentleman Burglar – Maurice Leblanc
Lupin is the most dramatic criminal genius in literature and a thief that everyone is in love with. Some other popular stories where Lupin met other known detectives are Seven of Hearts, The Queen’s Necklace, and Sherlock Holmes Arrives Home Too Late.
Wuthering Heights – Emily Brontë
Wuthering Heights is a classic that deals with themes of love and revenge, social class, and marriage. The protagonist of the story Heathcliff will seek revenge after getting betrayed by the only person who loved him named Catherine. She left him and married a rich and more civilized person than Heathcliff named Edgar. Heathcliff will take all their wealth and property in the end to take revenge on Earnshaws and Lintons.
Rich Dad Poor Dad – Robert T. Kiyosaki
This is a story of Robert growing up with two fathers, his father and his best friend’s father, his ‘rich dad’, and the process through which the fathers raised him with their thoughts about investment and money. This book elaborates on the dissimilarity between earning money and having the money work for you.
Extraordinary Leadership – Robin Sharma
Sharma offers a detailed and informative read on the leadership lessons that he offers to the clients of some popular business brands such as Microsoft, Nike, and even NASA. He shares guides on how to thrive during times of change, what popular leaders that dominate today’s world do in their everyday lives, five things you can do to alter and increase your qualities, and more.