A MAN FROM MANDU

Notion Press
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Is he the New Age Guru that we have all been waiting for?
Is he a fraudster?
How does he know the story of your life?
In his latest book, Manoj Jain delves into the world of Godmen and devotees, of faith and money. A Man from Mandu is a book of deception, transformation and growth. Read about Dhawal and his metamorphosis into Avishkar Baba, the Sadhu of Stories, and about Tarini who is promoting him so successfully. But what does the scheming Tarini have to gain?
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About the author

Manoj Jain has always had an affinity to human relationships and how they are affected by circumstances. He is an alumnus of IIM Ahmedabad and a student of Psychology.
He travels all over the globe, meets new people, hears interesting stories, and these give him a deeper understanding of the way people think.
Manoj runs his own business, dealing in the export of garments.
A Man from Mandu is his sixth book.

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Notion Press
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Published on
Jun 6, 2019
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Pages
168
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ISBN
9781645871637
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Language
English
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Fiction / General
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