An astrologer predicts that an indolent and insolent youth is going to reach great heights, much to the surprise of his frustrated father, who thinks that the greatest height his son is going to reach is the tip of the palm tree in the neighbourhood to steal its fruit. The youth – Bandu – embarks on a sinuous journey in search of his fortune, and along with his friend Ronak travels to different states in India. Each stop is eventful and accompanied with kicks, knocks and knavery that shakes Bandu’s scruples and Ronak’s bones. Every city has its own charm to offer, and the two men indeed find charm, harm and the ensuing balm. One man’s tragedy is another man’s comedy. This book is about travails of two young men whose tragedy becomes onlookers’ comedy. Does Bandu really succeed as the astrologer predicted? Does his lack of meaningful education become a hindrance in his destiny for Raaj-yog, which in today’s world translates to Mantri-yog? Join Bandu and Ronak in their enchanting journey, and note the disclaimer that any reference to police, politicians and purloiners is purely for pun.
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