Book was launched by Mr. Gopal Hosur, Rtd. IPS at Bengaluru ; Mr. Ramana, National Award Nominee and Scientist at Hyderabad ; Dr. Col. Prakash & Dr. Khan at International Conference of Medical Sciences and Social Sciences, Mysuru and Sri. Somaraju, Prl District and Sessions Judge,Vijayapura
Set in the backdrop of 1990 Calcutta, She is a story about finding one’s own identity in spite of all odds. The story spins around the life of Kusum, a brave heart whose identity is often untitled and blurred; it does not belong anywhere, definitely not under the ‘he’ or ‘she’ bracket, thanks to our social conditioning. Will she be successful in her mission? Find out in She, an utterly absorbing read that derives inspiration from Tagore’s “Ekla Cholo Re” song, which urges everyone to move on despite the fear of abandonment from others.
"She is one of the finest book to read" - Sujeeth Kumar, Project Manager, MNC Bengaluru
"A story often untold. Appreciate the team for presenting She in the best possible harmonious way!" - N K Narasimhan, CEO and Co-Founder, Nascor Technologies, Bengaluru
"Don't miss the ending!" - Raghunath Babu Are, Employee at Microsoft, Bengaluru
Mr P V Ramana, National Award Nominee and Scientist says "It is good have sympathy on cows and dogs, but better to have sympathy on our own species first. Mankind has so many sections of people who deserve much more attention and sympathy than what they get now. This novel is an attempt to draw our attention on one such set of people. It is not easy to run a novel with just two characters mainly and still succeed in its aim. The authors have very nicely managed this without loosing the grip on the readers. It is our social responsibility to read such books to know the unknown feelings of our own mankind."
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
Availability: In Stock (Print on Demand)
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