The book is a progressive take on contemporary India and builds on topical issues like civil rights, citizenship, discrimination,healthcare, education and employment and other causes millennials consistently address in a fun and futuristic manner. A facts based fiction, the book is timely ‘knock on the door’. The novel promises to build on deliberate nostalgia and take the reader on a space opera of galactic proportions. Their first book, narrates a story about ‘An act for a fact’, acquiring through observations and taking leaps with conviction.
Princey is a global leader with American Express, who swears by the blue box and its values. She holds a certificate in Leadership Excellence with The Harvard Business School.
Princey’s life-routine rests on emotional well-being, inspiring people by appreciating the present, curing the multitude of ills by heartful laughter, breakthrough performance and being at the forefront of change. As a result, this independent mom, who believes in signs from the Universe, could notice signs of Mangal and took this charge of penning them down in this book, in collaboration with her school friend Bhuvan.
Bhuvan a sustainable development professional has contributed towards social transformation through his work. From his acquired knowledge of over 15 years and using the popular medium of science fiction, he pens a vision document exploring the possibilities of development. He has experience of writing for Citizens at Work – Replicable Models on
Sustainable Development and Cleaner is Cheaper – Environment Best Practices published by TERI.
This most recent work of theirs is an India-centric, modern epic that leads the readers to live the Indian renaissance, a true millennial story, a ‘Call to Action’ to actualize an individual’s potential. Bhuvan, a Hindu College, Delhi University and Royal Holloway, University of London alumnus is a Human Geographer, Ecologist, Resource Mobilizer who firmly believes in ‘First Citizen, Citizen First’.