Her Master’s Grief

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Blurb

This is a story about the genuine humane qualities and the connection between a young Indian girl and her master. Life had been unkind to her. The age-old shackles of feudalism had completely shattered her life. But she wasn’t ready to sit back and be defeated. Instead, she took charge of what was left of her life and stepped out of her comfort zone to seek justice for her entire community. Her journey was not easy, and she met many strangers, some who helped her and others who deceived her. But she finally found meaning in life when she met her master. This novel depicts the beautiful relationship they shared and shows us how two people with broken lives can help heal each other. It shows us how we can find hope and fulfilment in despair.

Bio

An engineer by profession but a writer at heart, the author is a doting mother, trustworthy wife, caring daughter-in-law, supportive sister, and very loving daughter. She is a successful corporate professional and she dons life roles with Exuberance. Aiming high and stretching her limits to prepare and achieve higher goals in life is her motto in life.

Born into a loving family in the city of Nashik, she is the youngest and most pampered child. Her father worked for the Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd., Nashik, and her mother is a creative genius. Her elder sister is her soul buddy and serves the Indian Army as a Lt. Colonel in the Military Nursing Services. Growing up, the author was a child prodigy with exemplary achievements in sports. She represented Maharashtra several times at the national level athletic sports tournaments. As a teen, she represented the Contingent of Maharashtra at the prestigious Republic Day Parade Camp in New Delhi as part of the National Cadet Corps (NCC) in January 1998. She went on to do her bachelor’s in engineering in Instrumentation & Control from the reputed Government College of Engineering Pune (COEP)

Binding

Paperback

Book Author

Deepti Chacko Bangera

Language

English

Pages

58

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