Presenting the first book on the - LIVE OF ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS
ARCHI-TORTURE (A guide to building yourself before you build buildings)
Unveiling the ugly truth and busting the conditioned myths of B.Arch course!!!
CONFUSED? FRUSTRATED? REGRET JOINING THE COURSE? SCARED ABOUT FUTURE?
You have all the answers to the questions you’ve been hunting for. This book will hold you tight and make you walk through each chapter, hand in hand unrolling a few harsh realities. It is set in such a way where each chapter acts as a hurdle faced by every architecture student, and it slowly unfolds the bitter truth behind each segment.
From there it slowly lifts you up and makes you understand the whole mechanism of being an architecture student. In the end, you’ll realize the fact that you aren’t alone in this journey of five years, you are not the only one with problems, you’re not the only one having a tough time with faculty, you are not the only one having fake friends all over, you are not only who gets redo again and again even after a decent work. You are not the only one who has no clue about the future. “This book will pacify you”- I’m not really sure about this. But it will make you accept things the way they are. It will certainly keep you moving. Sure It’s going to be a roller-coaster ride.
Usually, in our teens, we come across a lot of people, some people step out of our lives, while some just stay in our lives sticking like an octopus. But everyone who enters our life has a lesson to teach us. This book unveils how the author metamorphosizes from a cocoon to a butterfly. It emphasizes the transition from a boy to a man, how he learns from bitter experiences of life and discovers his own self. It involves five different stages of evolution in terms
Usually, in our teens, we come across a lot of people, some people step out of our lives, while some just stay in our lives sticking like an octopus. But everyone who enters our life has a lesson to teach us. This book unveils how the author metamorphosizes from a cocoon to a butterfly. It emphasizes the transition from a boy to a man, how he learns from bitter experiences of life and discovers his own self. It involves five different stages of evolution in terms of maturity and manhood. Every time he becomes closer to someone, inevitably they drift away from him. Those all failed relationships didn't shatter him but made him even stronger. He accepted the challenges that have come in his journey of life and overcame all the odds. He strived hard in his life for excellence. We face heartbreaks such as failure in academics or be it rejections in relationships, but those just prepare us to make a better version of ourselves than yesterday. Never let anything lower your self-confidence. And we all must work hard to achieve our goals. The book delivers a lesson to remember at each level about life, love, and relationships. Unique in its profound simplicity and timeless insight, each chapter is quite relatable to the readers. It is a perfect blend of humor with a serious message. Diamond on the black velvet concludes with a realization that “Love is not something which you expect. It is something that should be given.”
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How can you possibly forget yourself, become selfless and love the other person without any condition and expectation? Keep reading.
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Published on Aug 11,2020 10:13 AM
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