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Inside Outside (Part - 1) An Atheist by Observing the Society

Author Name: Chandrama Majumdar | Format: Paperback | Genre : Religion & Spirituality | Other Details

Despite the fact that we are born with some 1.5 kg jelly to do amazing things on earth, we have let discrimination of all possible kinds take over to make endless chapters dedicated to misery and tragedy in the book of human history, simply forgetting that we are humans first and last and no further.

Technologically, man has evolved 200 years ahead of himself, but can we say the same regarding our societal development?

The book is not only based on Atheism, Rationalism and Humanism but eventually takes the reader on a journey of a colourful palette of experiences. It promises to gift every reader a plethora of information not from the mouths of Godmen and Godwomen, but from the domain of different subjects and their respective exponents, whose brilliance shall surely continue to sparkle for ages to come.

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Chandrama Majumdar

Chandrama Majumdar grew up in a traditional religious Hindu family where Pujas, ceremonies and ritual celebrations formed the central structure of life. She would feel an immense sense of pride in being a “keeper of culture,” until she found herself going through a process of losing her faith.

The author is a Postgraduate in Economics from the University of Calcutta. She has worked for a few years with a Delhi based NGO as a research associate before moving to a Management Consultancy Firm in Mumbai. She also holds a B.Ed degree from the University of Mumbai and taught Economics under the Cambridge Curriculum. Between the two phases of her career, she took a break of 8 years to raise her two sons. During her career as an educator, she encountered people from a wide range of backgrounds, which gave rise to an urge within her to write. She became so passionate about the idea of writing down her feelings, observations and experiences, she didn’t think twice about leaving her career to concentrate on this unconventional journey of writing.



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