Blurb: In an era, where the self-appointed Godmen/women are making headlines, and very often for all the wrong reasons, Making of Babaji Inc. is a satirical take on the rise of one such Godmen. In a witty way the story showcases circumstances where superstitions win over logic and ridiculous solutions, often termed as Upaay, given by the Godmen, become the last resort for their devotees. Billu, a middle-class bank cashier, loses a bag containing lakhs of rupees belonging to a high-end customer. His superstitious wife convinces him to seek the advice of a Babaji she knows. Billu undergoes a change of faith. His mediocre life takes a humorous turn and sets off for a distinctly accidental journey called…Making of Babaji Inc.
About the author: Shravya Bhinder graduated in English Literature from Delhi University and went on to qualify as a Business Communication trainer. Before writing her first novel, Making Of Babaji Inc., she worked for leading IT & Consulting companies. She is married and currently lives in New Delhi. An avid reader and observer, she likes to draw inspirations for her writing from real life characters and incidents.
Review: This book was my first read of February 2016. Congratulations to author Shravya Bhinder for her debut. It was fun reading the book which never had any single boring moment. It took me quick 2hours to finish it. I have never read any book penned by author Ravinder Singh but I have heard and read a lot about his work, so when this book was associated with him, my thoughts were clear that it would turn out to be an interesting read and I was not disappointed. The story had many funny parts which made me laugh. The unexpected turn the story took was amazing and I do recommend this book to everyone. Not just the cover but even the content and characters entertained me a lot. Being a Delhi born person, I could easily relate to the book. The simple and straight language makes this an easy read to all. Not to forget I read some good one liners in the story too. I look forward to read more from author Shravya Bhinder. Good Luck.
I write a lot, which keeps me off the streets and out of trouble. There is always something to write about, always a new story to craft. Not writing, for me, is like trying to hold back a sneeze. Learning to write was the most powerful influence in my life. I can still remember the awe I felt when I realized I could put real words onto paper and tell out a story. From that first ‘a-ha’ moment I knew I wanted to write.
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