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Book Review: Safalta Shabdon Ka Khel Hai (Hindi Edition) by Dr. Sudhir Dixit

Safalta Shabdon Ka Khel Hai is self-help book written by Dr. Sudhir Dixit, this book subtly tells us that communication, too, matters in the overall success of any career. Communication is a must-have skill that you cannot ignore if you are planning to have huge success in your field. The very words coming out of your mouth reflect your wisdom, grooming, dogma, and so on. So be careful how you decode others conversation and how you interact with people in your day to day life.


Coming to the book, broadly there are six important chapters that have the caliber to define your overall conversational skills. The first chapter of the book put emphasis on as why it is important to have a through expertise in communication.

Next chapter delves deep into the crux of finding out meaning or decoding the meanings hidden in any conversation. It basically tells us how to take the cues from the conversation – the author has given very apt examples in a table. If you can understand the vocabulary in a right sense, well you can decipher the exact meaning arriving from a particular conversation. As you might have seen that some people are so naive to find any meaning, on the other hand there are people who mistake the meaning of words which further leads to miscommunication or misunderstanding. Therefore to avoid miscommunication and misunderstanding, one should be able to take the proper meaning and emphasis off the words.

This book is written in Hindi, however its essence and relevant is not going to fade away even if you finish reading this book in one sitting. From basic principles to 8 important formulas and everything in between that matter for honing the level of communication are all here. You must pay special attention to the last chapter, ‘Samvad Kaushal Ke Aath Sutra’ – which means 8 formulas for excellent communication skills. This chapter has been further segmented into 8 sub-topics. Another aspect that makes this book stand out from others is the kind of examples given in the context to make the topic easy to grasp, for instance you will find engaging examples from Sherlock Homes’ series and Bollywood.

Without giving away much, we can conclude that this is a very helpful book for the people struggling to gain command over oratory or communication skills, you will learn a lot from this book. We are sure if the same book is translated into English, it will grab the attention of the worldwide audience.

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