The book tells the story of a young professor, who had incredible achievements in his short span of career. Suddenly, he left the world of teaching and he never intended to return back. He lives near the bird sanctuary in his cottage and he had one servant named Robin, who lives with him like his family. Two students found his research project, in the library and they began the quest to meet him. With the help of the librarian they met him and as story progress it unfolds the mystery that what would had happened that all of a sudden the professor said goodbye to the teaching world. The book answers whether the professor will make a return or not?
"Dr. Kirti Singh Dahiya holds a doctorate degree in management from Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi. Currently she is working as an independent research consultant. Prior, she was engaged with various teaching assignment with reputed institutions. She has more than ten research publications in national and international journal of good repute. She has also presented her research work at various national and international conferences of good repute. Her interest area include management research primarily tourism and marketing. Adding an extra feather on the cap, this novel is her first assignment as a fiction writer.
“Moral of the story”, isn’t that what we sought from the little stories as kids? Today, as adults, we have the capability to inculcate these morals and ethics into ourselves from our own experiences and stories. The author too, found his in these 8 short, life changing stories that made him win his war against COVID.
While bidding farewell…is a compilation of 51 poems. These poems are an
abstract reflection of myriad emotions cutting across the domains of philosophy, enlightenment, love, affection, heartbreak, innocence, relationships, responsibility, reality, universality, and celebration of life. They are nothing but a culmination, and a mere randomly scattered display of formless metaphors.
More often than not, they are translations of these metaphorical happenings into words, while still attempting to retain the original purity, at the time of their occurrence. This book endeavours to convey indelible silence through words embedded into poems, capture sublime yet subtle happenings, and bring them into material existence.