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From Lahore to New Delhi The Saga of Parvati

Author Name: Pramod Grover | Format: Paperback | Genre : Literature & Fiction | Other Details

This book covers the sensitive real-life story of Gulzari and Parvati, their marriage in Lahore in 1942, the eruption of violence and carnage, their flight to New Delhi just a month before the partition and their aristocratic lifestyle that slowly crumbled (so did their love for each other).

An interesting account of a man who struggles to keep up with his swanky lifestyle he once enjoyed as one of the richest landed families of Lahore, who never knew what it meant to work for a living! Slowly he watches everything crumble before him…including his relationships and his financial standing.

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Pramod Grover

Pramod Grover has been the former Vice Chairman of the Delhi Public School Society and played a pivotal role as a treasurer and the Chairperson of a number of Delhi Public Schools across India, and in the Middle East for over 30 years. A Chartered Accountant by profession, his schooling is from Doon School, Dehradun and he  joined St. Stephens College, Delhi before he went to London to professionally qualify as a Chartered Accountant from the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.  Presently, he is a fellow member of this as well as the institute in India.

His professional journey was marked with success as he served in senior managerial positions in India and abroad including his tenure as the President of the UK Chartered Accountants Association of India. He is now a partner in one of the largest firms of Chartered Accountants of India.

He is not just a wiz with numbers and accounts but with words too, being the son of an Urdu poetess, Kanta Grover. His passion for literary reading and telling fascinating tales prompted him to write several interesting novels like The Gunshots in Lodhi Garden (2004), Far Fetched Love (2016), Twist of Fate (2019) and now this one, inspired by the real-life story of one reputed family from Lahore that came to Delhi in 1947,..