hot new book release in india 2020

Amazon is a go to place for every bibliophile for buying new books, reading reviews and know about the trending reads. Most of the readers might know that Amazon India have an amazing feature where they list best-selling new and future releases. The best part is that it is updated hourly! We decided to highlight top 10 books in the list but you can check out complete list here.

Here are Top 10 books in Amazon Hot New Book Releases as on 4th January, 2020:

1 The 12-Week Fitness Project Paperback by Rujuta Diwekar

The 12-Week Fitness Project Paperback by Rujuta Diwekar

Lose inches. Gain health. Sleep better. In just 12 weeks. Want to get fit but don’t know how to start? Let India’s #1 nutritionist and health advocate Rujuta Diwekar help you. In this ground-breaking book, based on the ‘12-week fitness project’, one of the world’s largest and most successful public health projects, she will guide you step by step, giving you one simple guideline to follow each week. By the end of three months you will have transformed your habits in twelve crucial ways. The result? You’ll find you have lost inches and have better sleep and energy levels, lesser acidity, bloating and sweet cravings and reduced PMO and period pain.

2 Indian Polity – For Civil Services and Other State Examinations by M. Laxmikanth 

Indian Polity - For Civil Services and Other State Examinations  by M. Laxmikanth

The book “Indian Polity”, 6th edition is a must-read for the aspirants appearing for the Civil Services Examinations as well as the other state Services Examinations. It is conceived to cater to the requirements of not just students appearing for competitive examinations but also postgraduates, research scholars, academics and General readers who are interested in the country political, Civil and constitutional issues. The extant chapters have been thoroughly revised and updated as per the recent developments.

3 The Rudest Book Ever by Shwetabh Gangwar

The Rudest Book Ever by Shwetabh Gangwar

Shwetabh Gangwar is a professional problem-solver—and he’s ace at it. For the past five years, people from all over the world have contacted him with their troubles and he’s worked these out for them. In the process, he has picked up on a simple pattern: people need a set of principles and perspectives to protect them from all the unnecessary bullshit they go through. Codes to live by, essentially. But be warned: Gangwar has no desire to spare your feelings. What you will find in this straight-forward, straight-talking, no-craps-given guide, is:

How to deal with rejections of all kinds. How to change your perceptions of people so you don’t end up screwed. Why a society that sees people as ‘good and bad’ is dumb. How the search for happiness screws us over. How seeking approval and acceptance kills our individuality. The truth about social media influencers. Why we should be taught ‘how to think’, instead of ‘what to think’. Laying out clear principles, YouTube megastar Gangwar shows you how to deal with the shit that has happened to you, is happening to you and will happen to you. A refreshing, easy-to-read, and relatable guide, The Rudest Book Ever will make you rethink everything you’ve been taught.

4 Death; An Inside Story: A book for all those who shall die by Sadhguru

What is death? Is it the cessation of life or a part of the continuum of existence?
Is it to be feared, or loved and embraced?
What are these relationships that we carry through our lives and beyond them?
How can one gain enough spiritual knowledge and experience that one comes out of this cycle of rebirth?
These are just a few of the many aspects that Sadhguru explores in Death. He is talking from a place where various spiritual planes exist. He carefully explains each plane and answers some most-asked questions of him. Now what happens needs to be understood from that point of view. And once that is understood, all mourning, all pain, all fear and all that that holds us back melts away.
You can simply be-without the accompanying drama.

5 Dear Stranger, I Know How You Feel by Ashish Bagrecha 

Dear Stranger, I don’t know much about you, but I do know how you feel. You are feeling lost, lonely and misunderstood. You are tired of pain and suffering. Depression, anxiety and negativity chase you. You don’t know where to find hope and how to heal yourself. Trust me, I have been there myself, and I know it’s not easy. So, I am writing these thirty letters and poems to you, to let you know that you are not alone, and that you are understood. You are still cared for. Please read one of these letters every day, and I promise you, together we will get through this. Life is difficult, but not if we take it one day at a time. Trust the universe and never give up. Love and light, A stranger who feels you

6 The Malayala Manorama English Yearbook 2020 by Mammen Mathew

The 55th edition of Manorama English Yearbook 2020 is packed with information spread across 25 sections such as Current Affairs,General Knowledge, Major Government initiatives (GoI), Science and Medicine, Skill Development, Information Technology, Environment, Space, Gender and Social Justice, Education and Career, Art and Culture, Sports, Polity, Indian History, Geography, Economy and International Relations, and much more.

7 Investonomy: The Stock Market Guide That Makes You Rich by Pranjal Kamra

Are you inspired by billionaires around the world but think it’s a dream too far out of your reach? Are you confused about the behaviour of the stock market and the implications of investing in it? Are you actually scared of investing in the stock market? If yes, then Investonomy is a must-read for you! Investonomy not only explains modern value investing principles but also unveils certain secrets of the stock market. It busts popular myths and misconceptions as well. A thorough reading of this book will enable you to chart your own investment plans, and soon, you’ll be all set for your personal-wealth-creation journey through equity investment. Investonomy is an initiative to empower existing, as well as potential, investors like you.

8 I’ve Never Been (Un)Happier by Shaheen Bhatt

I don’t write about my experiences with depression to defend the legitimacy of my pain. My pain is real; it does not come to me because of my lifestyle, and it is not taken away by my lifestyle.

Unwittingly known as Alia Bhatt’s older sister, screenwriter and fame-child Shaheen Bhatt has been a powerhouse of quiet restraint-until recently. In a sweeping act of courage, she now invites you into her head. Shaheen was diagnosed with depression at eighteen, after five years of already living with it. In this emotionally arresting memoir, she reveals both the daily experiences and big picture of one of the most debilitating and critically misinterpreted mental illnesses in the twenty-first century. Equal parts conundrum and enlightenment, Shaheen takes us through the personal pendulum of understanding and living with depression in her privileged circumstances. With honesty and a profound self-awareness, Shaheen lays claim to her sadness, while locating it in the universal fabric of the human condition. In this multi-dimensional, philosophical tell-all, Shaheen acknowledges, accepts and overcomes the peculiarities of living with depression. A topic of massive interest to anyone with mental health disorders, I’ve Never Been (Un)Happier stretches out its hand to gently provide solace and solidarity

9 Good Economics for Hard Times : Better Answers to Our Biggest Problems by Esther Duflo & Abhijit Banerjee 

Is opening up to international trade good for everybody?

Do immigrants from poorer countries take away jobs from low-income native workers? Why is inequality exploding everywhere? Does redistribution actually undermine incentives? Should we worry about the rise of artificial intelligence or celebrate it? How do we manage the trade-off between growth and climate change? Is economic growth over in the West? Should we care? Figuring out how to deal with today’s critical economic problems is the great challenge of our time. Much greater than space travel, perhaps even than curing cancer – what is at stake is the whole idea of the good life and, perhaps, of liberal democracy itself. We have the resources to solve these problems; what we lack are ideas that will help us jump the wall of disagreement and distrust that divides us. Only if we can engage seriously in this quest, and if the best minds in the world work with governments and civil society to redesign our social programs for effectiveness and political viability, will history remember our era with gratitude.

10 The Vault of Vishnu by Ashwin Sanghi

A Pallava prince travels to Cambodia to be crowned king, carrying with him secrets that will be the cause of great wars many centuries later. A Buddhist monk in ancient China treks south to India, searching for the missing pieces of a puzzle that could make his emperor all-powerful. A Neolithic tribe fights to preserve their sacred knowledge, oblivious to the war drums on the Indo-China border. Meanwhile, far away in the temple town of Kanchipuram, a reclusive scientist deciphers ancient texts even as a team of secret agents shadows his every move. Caught in the storm is a young investigator with a complex past of her own, who must race against time to maintain the balance of power in the new world. Welcome back to the exciting and shadowy world of Ashwin Sanghi, where myth and history blend into edge-of-the-seat action.