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From Dior to Dharma Paperback – May 6, 2017
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- A fresh new novel on the human condition, this is a story, told without pretense, that challenges cherished beliefs in the purpose of life. Shruti has an elegant style with many lyrical passages and the story flows like a poem. - Professor Subhash Kak, Regents Professor at Oklahoma State University and Vedic scholar
- Maya is the protagonist, the 'I', who travels, pausing, taking steps ahead, back, sprinting backwards in fleeting thoughts, at different destinations, cities, towns and self... She compels you to hear (not read), her seamless conversation. She compels you to follow the traveler. She keeps knocking on your mind, softly; tap-tap-tap; knowing that her Maya is, or could be, you. - Creative India magazine
About the Author
Shruti Bakshi is the founder of the Living-Wise Project (www.livingwiseproject.com) which aims to create a more conscious society by sharing wisdom and wellness. She is a former investment banker who enjoys writing about life at the intersection of spiritualiy, modern society and the corporate world. Shruti grew up in Mumbai and spent several years working in Europe. Having explored the external world to her heart's content and had her fill of 'experiencing', Shruti returned to India in late 2016 to spend more time exploring inwardly. In addition to her interest in finance and economics, she is passionate about yoga, art, music, travel, food and spirituality. For more writings and information see www.shrutibakshi.com
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The ending is somewhat abrupt which may be the indication that I actually liked it and wanted the story to continue for a while. The language is beautiful, the imagination vivid, and the perspectives balanced. I see a great storyteller in the offing.
For those who are not sure whether to buy this book, my suggestion is - go ahead, you won't repent.