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Rape is a serious crime and it takes courage to reach out and fight for the victims. We must understand they don’t need our sympathy, what they need is our commitment to stand by them. The initiative and courage to do the same as shown by the authors is inspirational. A book that shakes you out of your slumber and pushes you to be the change I would recommend the book as a must read for a safer future. - Kabir Sadanand - Actor, Director, FUGLY (Mumbai)
About the Book:
Maladies of life?Title is Untitled helps us into a sneak peek at a unique combination of facts and fiction.
Three authors join their heads to weave a book that would hold fact high along with fiction. You knew the statistics, but you didn’t know the paths that lead to the situations we are facing these days.
Coupled with adequate dose of humour, Title is Untitled will enhance, enrich and enlighten your knowledge.
Come, join hands with us in spreading knowledge and awareness about issues that are plaguing our society now.
A good and quick read, this book blends facts and fiction. It highlights the social evils in our society and backs them up with research and data. Complete Review here - https://happinessandfood.wordpress.com/2014/11/30/title-is-untitled-a-book-review/
What I liked most about the book is the fact that at the end of each story, there is a ‘Dear ‘No Light’ Diary’ section that gives little snippets of valuable information for the readers.
Overall, the book is quite a successful attempt in handling the complex issues like child marriage, rape, false dowry allegation, marital disharmony so that we all can relate in some way or the other.
"Why rape happen in India”; "whose fault is it?”; "are women responsible for this" no of ours not. It's not the victims fault. This book increases your curiosity and gives you goose bumps. I read this book and I got really inspired. In today's generation everyone is having a busy life and everyone is becoming selfish and in that selfish world no one really cares about people and they blame the victims without actually knowing the whole thing. This issue raised by Authors is really appreciable and everyone should know about these issues as they are not minor. I wish that this book will be best seller and every one will get the simple message that Authors is trying to give. Salute to the authors and his great efforts.
Alka Singh – Singer, New Delhi
Kundan is my childhood friend and I know him for his great heart and work towards societies as a social work. I know his great effort where he exposed many rape cases and crime against women issues in India. This book goes miles and miles away, my best wishes.
Anand Sinha – Founder Talent News, Bihar
I worked closely with youngest person in India, founder of Be In Humanity Foundation “Kundan Srivastava” in last five years and I literally believe he worked from root to help the women victims and poor children to come out in front of our society. These are only few of the activities that Kundan Srivastava is carrying out for the last so many years with immense hard work, dedication, perseverance and with a vision to support and uplift the economically and socially deprived people. I am very glad to see his efforts on paper which is not known to many and I strongly believe this book will help people to understand the problems of women in our society.
Avi Dandiya – NRI, Social Activist, Founder – Team Clean Jaipur
Crime against women is heinous and the issue raised by Authors is really appreciable and everyone should know about these issues as they are not minor. I wish that this book is great initiative for better society and every one will get the message that Authors is trying to give.
Bhavna Bajaj – Advocate, Member – IHRDI, New Delhi
Children and women are the two sides of a coin for our society. I am overwhelmed by the social work being carried out by Kundan Srivastava for them. I worked closely with him in last few years and I literally believe he worked from root to help the women victims and poor children to come out in front of our society and show them they too deserve to live. These are only few of the activities that Mr. Kundan Srivastava is carrying out for the last so many years with immense hard work, dedication, perseverance and with a vision to support and uplift the economically & socially deprived people. I am very glad to see his work on paper which is not known to many and I strongly believe this book will help people to understand the problems of women in our society.
Himanshu Mehta (Threat Analyst & Research, Symantec)
It’s a proud feeling to write about the book, at this young age authors are doing wonderful job on big issues, issues which lots of people ignore. We women feel save when people like these young authors come in front of us. Salute you the team and best wishes for your book.
Mamta Vani - Singer
Although, I am not a regular novel reader but I read this novel very curiously as each page occupied me emotionally. A very well attempt by authors to show the true evil world of society Keep writing, keep awakening.
Prabhat Sharma - Principal consultant Oracle, San Francisco (California), USA. POC Aam Aadmi Party, Bay Area (California) chapter
Awesomely inspiring! There remains nothing to precise the book when it’s authors with similar thinking are behind. The thoughts and blogs by Kundan and Santosh on children and women stigma has always been inspiring and thought provoking. This book unfolds many social taboos and will ignite the society to march towards a new horizon, free of all injustice and evil. At the end of the book, it felt like a start. I heartily wish this book to be a great companion for today’s youth and I would definitely recommend getting this book to everyone.
Shakti Prasad Palo - Managing Trustee, MISHA Charitable Trust
Great Book, Worthy Indicting. Man Himself has become notoriously venal these days. We should know to Bridle ourselves as per the situation. I read it somewhere that the only person in this whole World whom you can change is you yourselves. Great job done by Kundan and Santosh.
Kiara William – Worked in Burger King, Livingston UK