Author: Saudamini Mishra
Dhi’s Parables Of Divine Transformation is a mind-blowing book. The author shares the collection of 13 riveting, character-based true stories based on the people she interviewed.
‘Dhi’ in Sanskrit means understanding, mind or the intellect.
Each story is beautifully penned by the author. The portraits at the start of each chapter give us a hint about the story.
The stories are narrated by Dhi, the author’s alter ego, sounds interesting? Isn’t it? . An intriguing narration with a crisp and engaging writing style keeps the reader hooked throughout. Take your own time to read this book as it has so much to offer. I loved Stories of Bhagyalakshmi, Ashima, Sahil and Neelima, Naintara.
Each story teaches a lesson for life. I liked how each character flaunted their flaw, how they picked up themselves, making temporary compromises. It’s all about transformation. Each story is wonderfully situated by the author.
All the characters are strong and well-developed by the author. One could relate to each one of them. How their transformation was governed by their mind and it’s flaws.
Though it’s a bit heavy read but it’s worth it. It’s a different and interesting read that you are going to love.
Do you wish to transform yourself akin to the way alchemy transforms lead into gold, surprisingly using your inherent flaws as the catalyst? Can a flaw in our personality be a part of a larger cosmic design to be the cause for our divine transformation? Can Organic human emotions like resentment, jealousy or even love, be mere Matchsticks that are preordained to ignite the fire of wisdom and transcendence in each of us? Well, dhi the narrator of these stories and the alter ego of the Delhi based author and the artist Saudamini Mishra (the word ‘dhi’ In Sanskrit translates to ‘understanding’, ‘mind’ Or the ‘intellect’), shares a collection of riveting, Character-based true stories based on people Saudamini has had the pleasure of interviewing or simply knowing. Each eponymous story bears an illustrative portrait of the protagonist, modelled by ‘DCI’, the narrator, herself.