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Brothel to Bureaucracy

Author Name: Daulat Singh Panwar | Format: Paperback | Genre : Literature & Fiction | Other Details

‘Brothel to Bureaucracy’ tells the story of Padmaja, a girl trafficked into prostitution and rescued by a navy officer. It marks her journey post-rescue—of how she is ostracized by her family, her passion for education, her encounter with love, and the pain of loss. The story also highlights the role of her husband, Karanvir, and her brother, contemporary male characters, who influence and impact Padmaja’s life during her difficult years and support her growth, helping her find the strength to deal with adversities and reach for her goals. The book captures Padmaja’s fortitude and determination to use her experience to bring about a change in the political system. It breaks open for readers, the underground reality of a woman’s struggle to be free in a world that wants to keep her bound and bashful.

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Daulat Singh Panwar

Daulat Singh Panwar was born in July 1948 in the remote village Ranata, in Rajasthan, India. He has led an adventurous life – from becoming the first literate person in the family, joining the Indian Navy to handling a job overseas in the Oilfields of Middle East countries. He transformed himself from a shy man to a charismatic oilfields safety skills instructor to becoming an officer, an advisor, a manager and a consultant in Health Safety and Environment.

His debut in the literary world was with the publication of a collection of love poems in the UK in 1998. He was awarded several Editors' Choice Awards as well as International Poet of Merit Awards by the International Society of Poets. He has authored one book of short stories, four romantic novels in English and three love and spiritual poetry books in Hindi.

He leads a happy, retired life with his family in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India.



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