Bakar Puran' is a biography of all those bachelor guys who leave their homes for cities like Delhi and become a part of the city. The pages of this book contain stories of every bachelor who fell in love, did stupid things and discussed India's foreign policy at the neighbourhood tea stall.'Bakar Puran' is the past, present and the future of those bachelors which will always be the same. The language and style has the realism of a bachelor pad. Here, there is no garb of elitism in expression. Whatever it is, it just is.
Born in a small village, Ratanman Babhanagama from Begusarai district in Bihar, Ajeet Bharti did his initial schooling from Sainik School Tilaiya. Later, he studied English Literature from Kirori Mal College, DU. Further, he did his Maters in Journalism from IP University.He worked in TOI, ET and IANS before teaching as an Assistant Professor at a Delhi college. Currently he is the Deputy Editor with a Chicago-based news portal.His love for Hindi and Devanagari is evident from his regular writings in various genres at a Facebook page, Bakar Adda, started by his friend Sanidhya.
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The book is awesome it's a must read books for Bachelor boys who are living in hostels. The author has a unique sense of reality about the subject. Hatsoff to the book.