This beautifully woven memoir is the story of a working woman and mother, caught in the midst of one of the most decisive periods of humankind’s history. Set against the background of the Indian lockdown during the pandemic, 3400 sq. ft. is inspired by Chandan’s immense love for nature and the diverse shades of humanity that she witnessed during the lockdown. Laced with the myriad strings of Indian culture, this book is a very real account of a commoner rediscovering the joy of living in the middle of a lockdown – and a tale that is sure to resonate with every individual who lived through the pandemic. Welcome to this mosaic of nature, friendships, good-will, humour and determination, all tied together with a commentary on how humanity’s future is being reshaped with every passing moment!
Chandan Tripathi has an Honours in Botany from Banasthali Vidyapeeth, and a postgraduate degree in Forestry, Wildlife, and Environmental Sciences from Central University. She was a part of the 2003 batch of the State Administrative Services of Chhattisgarh, and is presently working in the Chhattisgarh Higher Education Department. She is also the Director of the Hindi Granth Academy under the Chhattisgarh government. Chandan has been a Sub-divisional Magistrate for 7 years in the Sarguja, Bilaspur, and Mungeli districts of Chhattisgarh. She has also served as the Joint Director in the Department of Health for the state, and has worked as the Chief Executive Officer of the Zila Panchayat in the Raigarh district. She has conducted research on the "Tissue culture of Bambusa nutans" from the Sal Forest Research Institute in Jabalpur. She has also worked on medicinal plants, and has written several articles for newspapers, including The Hindutva, Echo, Morning India, and Punjab Kesari.
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