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Saanu Ki The Key to Happiness

Author Name: PRABDEEP ‘SONNY’ BEHL | Format: Hardcover | Genre : Self-Help | Other Details

Happiness is a state of mind which stems through an attitude towards life. How is it that some of us are always happy and some harbour negative thoughts? At the same time, one wonders as to how is it that some particular communities are generally more progressive and prosperous. Through this book, a change in mindset towards positivity and greater happiness is bound to occur and bring cheer in one’s life. Letting go will become easier. You will stop sweating over the small stuff and feel lighter and joyous, by adopting the ‘Saanu Ki’ principle towards various facets of life, for life.

A must read for:

o   Those seeking happiness.

o   Facing tough & adverse situations in life.

o   Taking a flight and looking for some light yet enlightening book to read. 

o   Someone curious to know why the Punjabis are happier, brave and fun loving.

Who are intrigued by the phrase ‘Saanu ki’.

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PRABDEEP ‘SONNY’ BEHL

A veteran, second generation, senior officer of the Indian Army, Prabdeep ‘Sonny’ Behl has served all over India and with the United Nations abroad. His vast experience in leading troops has given him a profound insight into the aspects related to the human psyche. He strongly believes that people from different cultures behave, act and assert in different manners under trying, and not so trying conditions. His wide operational command and staff experience spread over 36 years in the Indian Army, prompted him to take a break from the routine and sit down to write his debut book. Widely travelled, a golfer, an amateur birder and a linguist, he has imbibed the ‘happy go lucky’ attitude of the Punjabis, the community that he is born into, as also that of the lovely people of the North East with whom he has been associated with since birth.

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