Sunday, 19 July 2015


Ajay meets his childhood friend Shruti on a social network site. He finds her to be struggling with intrapersonal, interpersonal, inter-social and inter-religious conflicts. Eventually the conflicts killed her. Police could solve the case but will it prevent hundreds of Shrutis from getting killed? How long will we aim ‘who’ killed, more important is to find out ‘what’ killed. Till we don’t address this issue and work on it, many Shrutis will keep on getting killed. We need to cure the disease not only the symptoms. 
This book is an effort of the author to find the root cause and probable remedies of these conflicts, exploration of hundreds of pertinent questions like “why in one religion it becomes so easy to get volunteers to blow themselves and others for the sake of religion? Does the religion divides or unites? What precipitates extramarital affairs? Does the immature and wrong interpretation of female emancipation the reason for 13 times rise in divorce rates in last 5 years? It’s not only a book; it’s the path to revolution, it’s a journey towards utopian world. Accepting truth and hypocrisy is the toughest job on this earth. If you feel that you are open minded, have courage to accept truth and have a desire to change the world then be the part of change. Let’s take our first step to build a road to the utopian world. Visit- 

Big Bang Of Philosophy & a Knowledge Hub !!!

After Very long time , Read a book which is truly written for mature-reading . Author has done ample research prior putting down which makes it a must read . Truly unexpected from an Indian Author , this book reveals astronomical information about the topics that are discussed with incomplete-knowledge .With this masterpiece , author has clearly showcased how how we are extremely self-absorbed that we can't see things from other's point of view .
Plot hatched with Dr. Ajay getting grilled in the Police Station by Maliciously witted police officer Om Prakash . His Childhood Friend was found dead & Ajay was made one of the suspect as she had met him , a night before & story rolls out with Ajay's past including his childhood in village and then meetings with his best friend Shruti . Whole plot is written in first person as Ajay and Author had depicted him as a Philosopher who believes that there are always two sides of everything as the Name of Book suggest " From Where I See " . Honestly , a well-boggling Plot embedded with philosophies ,  Stories and ideas with stats . Author has tabled numerous ideas ranging from Power Generation Situation in India , Corruption situations , Land Acquisition , Indo-Pak , Palestine-Israel , Social Networking and so many issues that People from different communities discuss on their Dinner Tables or Shoots out in News Channels but with the Point to view to attain maximum TRP .Author has successfully flowed the message how People always talk about making strict law for corruption which will diminish the steadily growing corruption but forgets that no bill or law can brings a radical change as their inner conscience .
4/5 for this book & Only fact that declined me giving 5/5 is because I found the theology bit more than expected in some stances like even while having coffee , Author depict protagonist talking as a philosopher . Who talks philosophy on meeting his best friend after 22 years ? Otherwise Book is really Yum ( Foodie's Term )
In Short , its a must read and especially for those who are expecting to be interviewed in any office because the book is a encyclopaedia package on some very basic but important issues that I think can be taken up any where ! And ofcourse highly recommended to the YOUTH OF INDIA  .

" No bill , law or chastisement can bring a radical change as our inner conscience can "


Title: From Where I See 
Author: Ajay Yadav
Genre: Ficton
Publishers: lifi Publications.
Price: INR. 300

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This is Not a Paid Review ! I received this Book as a Review Copy from Author Paradise & The Opinions expressed in the review are my own , and remain unbiased and uninfluenced . "

                                             - Rahul Rai Khatri

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