“Every person has a
passion for something or the other. I took up the passion for reading from the
age of twenty, which led me to build my own collection of books and reading
material. It took me almost forty years to make this dream come true. Today, I
own a personal library of almost 4,500 books.
I never read a
book unless I have a pencil in hand to note down or mark important passages
which I think would make a valuable message for society. Continuing to do so, I
have a unique collection of snippets which I thought to compile into a book. It
is handy, knowledgeable, and interesting for all those who love books.”
Praveen Maben has
been in the field of education since 1988. He teaches kids who are between three
and six years old. He believes children can accept information very easily —
virtues, values, discipline, respect for humanity, skills, heightening of
awareness to clarify their vision and to purify their hearts.
In 1991, he was
nominated as the Secretary of Indian Red Cross, Jabalpur, by the District
In 1997, the Governor
of Madhya Pradesh nominated him as a member of the Managing Body, State Red
Cross, and was sent to Nepal to represent India for a seminar held by the International
Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent supported by the Swedish Red Cross.
In 2000, he was
nominated as a Secretary by Honorable Chief Justice, the Chairman of the Human
Rights Commission for its core group in Jabalpur.
The author has been felicitated with NATIONAL EXCELLENCE
AWARD, by ALMA INTERNATIONAL, for Socio Economic Development & in the field