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The Path to Redemption A Story of Sin and Penance

Author Name: Rakesh Saraf | Format: Paperback | Genre : Literature & Fiction | Other Details

The Path to Redemption traces the life of the protagonist, Shivaji Joshi, along with happenings in modern India in the post-independence era.

Shivaji’s childhood revolves around his single mother who is a brilliant academic. In his early life and college years, Shivaji spends a great deal of time under the influence of his mother’s brother, who is a closet homosexual and a religious bigot. This influence leads Shivaji to do things that he eventually regrets, spending the rest of his life trying to redeem himself.

He suffers great physical pain and mental anguish during his life, and the loss of family, betrayal, as well as violence that he experiences, test his resolve beyond measure.

At what price will redemption come? Will Shivaji find the peace he seeks?

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Rakesh Saraf

Rakesh Saraf, a New Delhi-based serial entrepreneur, was born in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir. Having done his schooling in Orissa and securing a CA/CPA in London, he began his career at KPMG and moved to Canada in 1975. 

His entrepreneurship journey began after 1984, and he is presently managing diverse businesses in marketing, ITES, digital marketing as well as learning and development.

Rakesh and his wife, Roma, have been married for 46 years now and have two children, Mira and Arjun.

Rakesh has written poetry most of his life and also dabbled in short stories. One of his stories was published in a paperback, Twilight’s Children. He later published a woman-centric ebook of short stories called Five Women.

The Path to Redemption is his first long-form novel and a labor of love that was written over a span of 5 years.