A compilation of 10 Stories based on real life experiences in the field of education, with issues tackled like mushroomed growth of tuition class, corruption in education, fake degree shops, university elections, theft in colleges pathetic condition of schools and their use as addiction hubs. The stories unfold in the happenings behind the scene in a noble profession of education with lucid language and eye opening stories have an emotional touch. The Warli style illustrations for every story help the reader to connect. The preface for this book is by educationist poet and publisher Mr Indraneel Tawade.
A Unique book with a style where all the stories are in narrative form highlighting place time characters and situation in the beginning and every story ending with illustration, moral of the story and a question Ho ki nai? (Yes or No) the question is compelling the reader to think for a while and say ho or nahi (Yes or No). Stories are based on social issues like illiteracy, superstition, marriage, beauty queen contest, school admission, fun with names, cricket mania in children, travelling in trains at peak hour etc. Making the reader a part of the story. The expressive warli style illustration is unique to the author and incorporated in book. The Preface has been written by play-writer Gangaram Gawankar.
Five stories full of suspense, thrilling and breath holding crime based emotional stories written with an intention to alert the masses about the crime malpractices around in a lucid language, with poignant dialogues and astonishing experiences of exceptional observation power of the author about human nature and his/her surrounding with eye catching warli style illustrations for every story and with preface written by then Assistant Commissioner of Police Mr Dhanraj Vanjari
10 Stories full of humour, emotions and suspense highlighting kinship among characters depicting and in lucid language of author leaving long lasting impression on the minds of readers accompanied with warli style illustrations for every story. Preface by renowned musician and poet Pandit Yashwant Deo