ISBN 9788122313369,Hamlet To Hilton

Hamlet To Hilton

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Pustak Mahal

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ISBN 9788122313369
Publisher

Pustak Mahal

Publication Year 2012
ISBN-13

ISBN 9788122313369

ISBN-10 8122313361
Binding

Paper Back

Number of Pages 144 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Literature fiction

Meet Girish Pandit, the little mouse: honest, hard working,intelligent but guilty. Born in a remote village of India which hadneither electricity nor sanitation, Girish grew in unhygienicsurroundings amidst superstitious yet gullible villagers. He hadhis initial education in Temple School and later migrated to a townalong with his family. As he grew up in a colony which was part ofsugar industry, he was exposed to the real face of corporate India,which proved shocking and changed his mindset. The black soot emanating from the industry slowly startedstaining the life of the people around. The industry slowed downits operations to finally close it one fine morning. The peopledependent on the unit go into a shell-shocked mode. With all theirdreams shattered, they are left in midstream to get drowned. Someof them manage to reach the shore but most of them got drowned. Hamlet to Hilton is a tale of the industrial revolution andcorporate mismanagement. Girish Pandits journey from the remotehamlet to a corporate hospital is relevant to contemporary India.Many people still suffer in silence for all corporate misadventureand pay penalty for a crime, which they never committed. Meet Girish Pandit, the little mouse: honest, hard working,intelligent but guilty. Born in a remote village of India which hadneither electricity nor sanitation, Girish grew in unhygienicsurroundings amidst superstitious yet gullible villagers. He hadhis initial education in Temple School and later migrated to a townalong with his family. As he grew up in a colony which was part ofsugar industry, he was exposed to the real face of corporate India,which proved shocking and changed his mindset. The black soot emanating from the industry slowly startedstaining the life of the people around. The industry slowed downits operations to finally close it one fine morning. The peopledependent on the unit go into a shell-shocked mode. With all theirdreams shattered, they are left in midstream to get drowned.

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