This book is a tribute to mostly unsung heroines of our lives; our mothers. The book is a precious and playful banter between a 70-year-old traditional Punjabi mother and her 45-year-old part-Punjabi, part-cosmopolitan, part-traditional, part-rebel daughter, trying to get along with each other while sliding down the chute of daily life.
Based in a Punjabi household, the book has a universal appeal as the author has translated every Punjabi dialogue or expression written in ‘Gurmukhi’ script, into English. The book has a very large-hearted witty approach to life’s molehills and mountains alike.
An entrepreneur, an adventure enthusiast and a philanthrope, Ms. Supreet Dhiman is raising environmental concerns through adventure activities, transforming lives of the underprivileged through education, spearheading the voluntary blood donation drive to help save lives, and most recently, striving for a world free of incest abuse - India’s dirty little secret.
A TEDx and Josh Talks speaker, Supreet is in demand to convey innovative ideas and key messages through storytelling, which she delivers in multiple languages.
If there is one thing that Supreet has learned and imbibes in life, it is the value of relationships both at work and in personal life, which is reflected in this book documenting her relationship with her mother.
The book traverses through the hostel life of an engineering student in seventies unfolding the uncertain times of extremist violence, peaceful days later and the initiation into the working life. The story meanders through two iconic institutes of Durgapur and Roorkee. It moves then to hills of Himachal and Andhra pradesh . The book brings out the times in a relatable manner with typical characters, places and happenings. The lucid and gripping narration keeps the reader glued till end.
Dr B R Ambedkar played important role in modern India for national building his advocacy for dalit was within the large framework of his vision for an Indian nation that needed to be Framed since he believed that there could be no nation unless everyone within it was not treated as an equal an end that could be only attain through the annihilation of the caste system and he also finding solutions to various issues right from reservation for backward classes relation with Pakistan reorganisation of the states and equal rights for women upliftment of dalits and his work in framing the constitution of India.
This journal gives the insight to dive into one’s inward journey, it is your guide when one is looking for answers that require the need to introspect and also a friend whom you turn to when in need of solace and reassurance.