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So Be It

Author Name: Dinshaw Karanjia | Format: Paperback | Genre : Literature & Fiction | Other Details

Guilt. From the missed opportunity of stopping to lend a hand to a fallen fellow on the road, to willfully paying in cash to avoid taxes, to being a silent spectator to the atrocities of those in authority; has your conscience come to terms with it or does the guilt still linger?

Professor Siddhartha Kaul, a lecturer of Foundation Course in Model College, led a life as noble as his profession. Educating inside and outside the classroom, Siddhartha was an idealist and he was as popular among his colleagues as he was with his students. With them and his colleague Simi, he promoted education to the less unfortunate; an endeavor which began with his building’s security guard Bhanu.

He had everything going for him, till one night, when based on his own suggestion, Bhanu had a run in with a bunch of law keepers. What happens when Siddhartha loses his first protégé Bhanu to his own advice? Did Bhanu deserve his fate and if not, how will Siddhartha face the guilt?

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Dinshaw Karanjia

Born and brought up in the south of Mumbai, Dinshaw Karanjia comes from a middle-class family. A post-graduate in accountancy, he is currently working with an MNC.

The time he spent with street children during his years of formal education have influenced his life choices and led to his first published work – a poem Imagine in an annual report of an MNC.

His passion for cinema goes beyond the boundaries of time and space and he moderates the Thinking Films group on Facebook. Besides writing and cinema, he enjoys travelling and one can view his pictorial travelogue albums on Facebook.

This is his first book. The author's share of profit from the sales of this book will be used for the benefits and education of street children. He waits for your feedback at dinshawis@gmail.com.

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