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The Ray of hope A Journey of an Optimist from Nothing to Everything

Author Name: Sudhir Singh | Format: Paperback | Genre : Self-Help | Other Details

This project, I believe, is one of the pieces that I am most proud of; it is sensual, realistic, heartwarming and touches you right at the heart. This book is about those who wander with confusion, not having a clear vision, do not know what to do, where to start and those who are stacked in their lives. Raghu, who runs Omega Groups, a leading startup based in Prayagraj, India, has fought a mental disorder, been through hell and survived four suicide attempts. His two friends, Guru Gopalan and Sidharth Shankar, walk in when the rest of the world walks out.

This book will help you get a proper road and a clear vision of life and see how beautiful life is. People are walking around blind. If you are the one who can see, you will be able to navigate through this new world. You will be the beacon that will enhance the lives of everyone around you and, in doing so, trigger the actual law of nature that says, when you enhance everyone around you, you can’t help but enhance yourself.

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Sudhir Singh

Sudhir Singh is an engineer turned author and farmer. He grew up in a middle-class family with a bunch of unclear dreams and a blurred vision in a small village of UP. In 2019, he left his corporate job and decided to be an Annadata like his father and followed his writing passion. The Ray of Hope is Singh’s most personal creation, inspired by his own life experiences. Singh loves to watch movies in his free time. He is also crazy about Punjabi music and loves dancing to its beats. 

Apart from writing, Singh is also the founder and CEO of a Nonprofit Organisation, End Hunger, which aims to feed hungry kids in need from all backgrounds, in the city of Prayagraj. He wants to follow his role model, Mother Teresa, and make some contribution to society. He aspires to start a charitable trust that would support kids and educate special children. The best way to contact Singh is through his official page on Facebook, at