This book is a depiction of the experiences of a brilliant and progressive man. The author has described the events of the ups and downs in a gradual and comprehensible manner. He was born in a poor familyin a village. Right from his childhood, he boldly faced the adverse circumstances to do something new in the environment of orthodox traditions, poverty and casteism. At the age of 13-14, he made efforts to prevent his child marriage, but his father’s stubbornness and mother’s emotions forced him to marry. But he did not give up and chose the path of struggle to achieve his goal. He decided to become self-reliant at a young age and did all kinds of hard work and labour. He developed self-control and self-confidence by taking a unique vow about his marital life. With hard work and dedication, he moved towards success and fixed new aim at every step. He worked with courage, passion and tenacity to achieve the goal. Not being distracted by adverse conditions and what people talk, he continued his struggle for success.
Dr. Dalbir Bharti (b. 14th April 1960) is a former IPS officer (1987 batch) and presently Delhi NCR based Advocate. He is M.A. (Pol. Sc.), LL.B. (University Topper) and Ph.D. (Mumbai). He has written five other books on the Constitution, Police, Law and Social subjects. One of his books has been awarded Pt. Govind Vallabh Pant Puraskarby the Government of India in 2011. His one chapter has been published in the Routledge Handbook of South Asian Criminology, published from New York and London and released in August 2019.