Book Name: You Step One, He Steps Thousands.
Author : Jyotsna Gandhi
Publisher : Mahaveer Publishers
Recently Debut author Jyotsna Gandhi has unveiled her Book “YOU STEP ONE, HE STEPS THOUSANDS” in the presence of Mr. Keshav Malik (Indian Poet and Art Critics, chief guest) , Mr. Jai Zharotia( well known Painter, guest of honour),and Aparshakti Khurana( RJ of OYE FM 104.8 radio station, Delhi, guest of honour) at Constitution Club of India, Rafi Marg New Delhi on 5th September ,2012.
Chief Guest Mr. Keshav Malik being an art critic in his speech supported the author’s genuine intentions to make people aware of their internal imbalance which surely needs to be rectified with the help of self-analysis and conviction. RJ Aparshakti Khurana also gave his best wishes to the Author and showed a hope that Jyotsna has a potential to motivate the people with her words. It was a launch with having insightful sharing of thoughts and ideas among the people from diversified backgrounds.
This book highlights a point in a simple manner that the truth is simple but it is the human being who is becoming tough and complicated day by day. And that is why we feel peace in our life but do not find it to be ever- lasting.
Jyotsna Gandhi has entered the world of writing as a debut author. She was born and brought up in Delhi. Being a daughter of an artist father and a spiritually inclined mother, Jyotsna always has been very keen towards art, culture and spirituality. She did her graduation in Philosophy (hons.) from one of the finest institutions, Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi. After completing her Masters in Sociology she is still aspiring for her doctorate studies. She loves to study and feels there is no end to knowledge. Where the market is flooded with romantics and thriller fiction, Jyotsna took the risk to introduce herself with a Non-Fiction book while expressing her spiritual ideas into it. This book talks about the deliberate need to reshuffle the way of our lives. It motivates us to connect with the Supreme Being in a simplified way. This book highlights a point in a simple manner that the truth is simple but it is the human being who is becoming tough and complicated day by day. And that is why we feel peace in our life but do not find it to be ever- lasting.