God is the Author chronicles the trials and tribulations that a boy orphaned at seven years of age went through and yet scaled the uppermost heights of the academic world. This biography was possible because Dr B M Bhatia and his wife Sita succeeded in giving their children the best of values, education and opportunities despite the challenges and vicissitudes that they faced.
‘He always believed that Goddess Laxmi (of wealth), is jealous of Goddess Saraswati (of knowledge) so wherever Saraswati is worshipped, Laxmi is sure to follow.”
The biography written by Neelmani (Dolly) Bhatia is tribute to his faith in himself, his unwavering will to tread every uneven path that life laid out for him, his tenacity of purpose and, above all, his complete faith in the One above.
Neelmani attained her Master’s degree in English Literature from Delhi University as an alumnus of Miranda House and Hindu College. She also has to her credit an assortment of post-graduate diplomas in Journalism, Creative Writing, Advertising, Personnel Management and Administrative Management.
Over the last three decades, the author has essayed different roles – lecturer in diverse streams, novelist, storywriter and poet.
She has authored four novels, Across Seven Seas, Hang Them All, Melodious Love and Shadows at Dusk, apart from numerous short stories and poems in both English and Hindi.
Neelmani has also presented research papers at national and international forums, including Literature: Social Idiom; Ethics in Children’s Literature; Role of Books in Children’s Upbringing; Environment – Writing on the Wall; Biography – Choices and Challenges; India or Hindustan, Spokes in the Wheels of British Reign (1857); Ideal Syllabus for Journalism Courses; The Role of Drama to Promote Literacy, Reaching Books Where There are None. She is currently working on her next novel.
If her father was an acclaimed scholar, her mother was a prolific diarist, assiduously expressing her love, meticulously penning anecdotes and eloquently articulating her angst in her dairies against social evils. Hence it was not only the upbringing but also the genes and inherited passion for words that put this book together.
Apart from a scholarship already instituted in Dr Bhatia’s name, proceeds from the sale of this book will go towards financing the education of children from the weaker sections.
The role of women has transcended over the past few generations. From mostly being homemakers to becoming professionals and top achievers in many fields, opportunities for women are on the rise. But, the underlying challenges faced by them cannot be undermined. The stories in this book are a reflection of those challenges, that once overcome, make a person undeniably strong. This book has also been inspired by stories of women who I have observed very closely throughout my life. Please note that the facts, however, have been altered to maintain privacy and to make the stories more engaging. It can be enjoyed by the general public and conveys the message that women should always be valued for their respectable qualities.
Mr. Shiv Miglani is a businessman of the brass city MORADABAD, the book totally belongs to him. His life experiences and up&downs by which a common man become MR.SHIV MIGLANI a successful businessman. The book contains his life journey and his struggle. In this book, you can find how a common man struggled and become successful besides no one with him either his fate or family.
Mr. Miglani faces a very tough time when his sister and sister-in-law drag him in court cases and how he faces all the challenges and recover himself without any support.
The book is very inspiring, you should go through with this, and it will give you very solutions for life.
Syed Nazeer Niazi was an eminent Muslim scholar, professor, and journalist. He was one of the leading activists of the Pakistan movement. He was James Boswell of Allama Iqbal. His biography of Iqbal, Iqbal kay Hazoor, and Maktoobat-e-Iqbal Banaam Nazir Niazi are basic sources for the study of Iqbal.the author has brought forth every aspect of Syed nazir’s works on Iqbal.