Anindita, a happy, loving woman, had great
lust to experience life. She was on a sabbatical from work. She was planning to
travel to various villages to gather knowledge about the economically backward
girls in the state of West Bengal and help them through her foundation.
Nevertheless, destiny had other plans and led her in a different direction,
with undesirable consequences. She became acquainted with Jack Smith through
Facebook, and he wanted to help her foundation financially. However, through course
of time, they were in love. But ultimately, she realized that she was actually
trapped by cybercriminals….
was born and brought up with four siblings in a middle-class family in Kolkata.Her father was a Central Govt
Gazetted Officer and her mother, a house wife, was a
disciple of Ramakrishna, Belur Math,with a keen interest in social services. She tried to
inculcate the philosophy of Swami Vivekananda among her children. The family
sacrificed their comforts to help others – relatives and friends, who were
displaced from East Bengal. Since childhood, the author has been exposed to the
various facets of life and has been determined to do social work.
She completed her master’s in economics from Calcutta
University and joined a financial institution but was not happy. She had always
wanted to do something significant and help others. She was involved with the women’s
wings of various philanthropic organizations in the city. She registered a
foundation, in the name of her late parents, to pursue social work. She could
not get too far with her philanthropic activities, as destiny robbed her, both financially
and physically. But she didn’t surrender to destiny and penned A Story of Love, Faith and Loot by a Facebook
Friend, based on her real-life experiences.