Q. I would like you to share something about yourself with our readers.
Being a student of engineering , I firmly believe that each and every educated youth of the country must be well-conversant with our political history, our constitutional institutions and political personalities. He or she may belong to any stream of education, but this is the basic information that we must know about our political system and how our Parliament and democracy function. It may seem boring in the beginning, but once you continue with reading this book, you will definitely eager to know how the Indian political system works.
Q. How did you come up with the idea of writing this genre?
As First as a student of engineering up to graduation level, and then my job of being a engineer don’t required me to know the big political personalities from close. Therefore, the subject is new to me…rather I have deep passion for it. Finally, this passion came in the form of this book.
Q. Where did you find the inspiration to write this book?
Prime Ministers and Ministers, who used to sit here and make laws for the country force me to write this novel. So I decided to write down a book—covering all major political developments in a chronological order.
Q. What exactly does your book convey?
Basically, this book has tried to give information about functioning of the Parliament, I am not a writer. A few certain situations made me one. This novel all about my true experience of past life. One during engineering days I had gone to prime minister. I decided to go meet PM without further delay. So I started preparing the schedule in my mind. As I reach Delhi to meet prime minster, I meet great people who work for our system, but never get publicity. After meeting prime minster, I came to know how parliament works.
After reading this novel we all tax payer made fool by our politicians. Every coin has one head and tail. But if we talk about parliament, there is a single head only no tail. All of them came together to fool us.
There is no future of our country till the date when political drama is exposed. It only possible if we all tax payers stood together forgetting our religion, caste, state, community.
In nutshell, this book has been designed to spread political awareness amongst youth and other sections of readers and to let them know how a democratic country like India functions from the corridors of power.
Q. What all was going in your head while penning down this book?
While writing this book, I just engrossed so much into the political developments post independence, that sometimes I believed, I was living in that era. As if I watched all these events myself. I also visualized the work be a best-seller.
Q. How much time you used to commit to this book?
The completion of book took me nearly 1.5 years. Mostly I used to devote my maximum time on holidays or at night after work.
Q. Was there any moment you backed off from the idea of writing a book?
Sometimes, I felt that my dream of bringing out this book will not materialize due various routine reasons. However, my friend Gaya Prasad continued to inspire me all along. So I could not back out from the project.
Q. How do you handle the criticism that comes towards your way?
Constructive criticism is always welcome. No one is perfect. There is always a scope for improvements. However, personal comments or criticism is not healthy for further improvement. Therefore, I take healthy criticism for improvement, and brush aside the motivated or frivolous comments.
Q. How was your experience with Bluerose throughout the publishing of the book?
It was a good experience. Since it was my first book, I came to know a lot of new things which will definitely help me in my future endeavors.
Q. How would you like to advice budding authors?
Hard work is the key to success. Budding authors should choose their area of specialization. They should not hide their writing skills and continue to write regularly without hesitation—even if it is not published or acknowledged initially. It takes lot of time and efforts to get oneself acknowledged and accepted among readers. Don’t lose heart unless you firmly believe that you are not cut out for writing.