Eupheus Learning co-founder reads physical or electronic books depending on where and when he reads
He shares: “I read ‘Post Corona: From Crisis to Opportunity’ by Scott Galloway, ‘Sapiens’ and ‘Homo Deus’ by Yuval Noah Harari, ‘Inglorious Empire’ by Shashi Tharoor, ‘Land of Seven Rivers’ by Sanjeev Sanyal, ‘Sandman’ Series by Neil Geiman, ‘Maus’ by Art Spiegelman and ‘Buddha’ by Osamu Tezuka. ”
Fascinating to have different perspectives on civilization and human behavior and how that translates into concrete action from an educational perspective is what drives Kapoor.
“The school ecosystem is ripe for disruption and the books help provide a different insight into the needs and wants of all stakeholders in the school system. Post Corona had a fascinating insight into the disruption from the pandemic as the trip of human civilization has been (re) told from the author’s point of view in Sapiens and Homo Deus. Different time capsules of Indian history in Land of Seven Rivers and Inglorious Empire have been useful to better understand our history ” , he said.
During the first lockdown there was a lot more time and Kapoor used it wisely to catch up on the books he wanted to read. one day now.
“You transform into another world and you can get away from the noise around you. Reading is a great stress reliever and helps reorganize thoughts,” he shares.
Nothing can take away the charm of a physical book for avid readers because the feeling of gratification of having completed x number of pages is irreplaceable. This is something that resonates with Kapoor. On the other hand, while traveling, carrying one or more books is a challenge, so that e-books become convenient from a simple practical point of view.
“The form factor depends more on where and when I read. EBooks are also great from an interactivity standpoint, and graphic novels are a joy to read on devices because of the convenience offered. “he said.