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Author Name: Ramesh Sangle | Format: Paperback | Genre : Biographies & Autobiographies | Other Details

My friend, Ivan Ashkenazi, was from a Jewish family who struggled his entire life. This novel speaks about his great friendship and bonding with Indian culture. He and his family were long-time appreciators of India and Indians. Their long-standing loyalty and beliefs remained unchanged even when circumstances were not suitable.  Any migration never dithered towards our Nation but how that worked?

This is a partly true story of two friends. Once their initial basic and theoretical training in engineering was over, they were given special trades where they had to undergo various levels of training.

 

 

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Ramesh Sangle

Ramesh Sangle was a trainee Engineer for five years – a specialized course conducted in the Railway Institute of Education. This Harvard University course is equivalent to Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. He worked in Railways as an engineer and also in private and corporate sectors in responsible positions such as senior project manager, Chief Engineer, Works–Manager and even General Manager. 

Prior to this novel, he has written a novel called ‘Wings That Spread.’ The novel had a trailer and has now been selected by Cine Entertainment, California (US) and forwarded to the Hollywood database for Film producers, Directors and Writers. Accordingly, he received letters from them stating that the novel was noble, educational and heartfelt. The book could be a university course anywhere in this world, since it speaks about friendship and humanity. 

His second novel was ‘Angelica’ which was classified as one which spoke for the upgradation of society. It was mostly for women working in other’s houses and for the tribals living their hard life in the forest areas. 

He intends to keep on writing about the many unexposed sides of life, keeping  moral intentions in mind.

 

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