The Princess of a Whorehouse

    The Princess of a Whorehouse (English, Paperback, Mayank Sharma)

    The Princess of a Whorehouse  (English, Paperback, Mayank Sharma)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: Notion Press
    • Genre: Fiction
    • ISBN: 9781946129789, 194612978X
    • Edition: 1, 2016
    • Pages: 112
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    If you are into reading a dark, coming of age fiction, this book will take you through one of the most untouched realms of our society. The book will take you on a journey, touching lives of uncounted naïve women who are deprived of liberty and freedom to make life choices when they become victims of human-trafficking. This story will take you along the life of Aparajita, which translates to unconquerable in Sanskrit. She is an ordinary girl, whose dream to soar to the sky becomes out of the ordinary, when a fiasco ripped her hope and turned her dream into disgrace. Trapped in a house of ill repute, she faces the repercussions of something she has least control of. She is a little girl, who imagines that a generous world grants basic rights to everyone. Though, generosity, fidelity and liberty seem unfamiliar in the shimmering skyline of a megacity. The plot highlights how a restrained society handles the most fundamental right of education. The book then takes readers along Aparajita’s life, as she faces discrimination for her social and economic standing in the community. The Princess of a Whorehouse is all about how Aparajita discovers individuality and embraces humanity after chasing her dream with perseverance, despite being raised in the red light area of Delhi.
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    • Publication Year
      • 2016
    • Author Info
      • Mayank Sharma is a 'left-brained' professional with over twenty years of global experience in leading multinational companies. His interest in writing intensified when one of his articles was featured in the May 2014 edition of Better Software magazine published in Florida, USA. As Mayank travelled across continents and associated with people with diverse beliefs and values, he became more curious about the social riddles that curtailed liberties across civilizations. He is transforming into a 'right-brained' writer with his debut book, The Princess of a Whorehouse. Besides writing, he is passionate about painting and making sculptures. Mayank lives in the National Capital Region of Delhi with his wife, Sonali, daughter, Myra, and son, Aarav. If you want to connect with the author, please visit our Facebook page ( or follow him on Twitter (@mayanks5572).
    • Width
      • 5 inch
    • Height
      • 8 inch
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    The story, The Princess of a Whorehouse revolves around a girl, Aparajita and how she overcomes her circumstances to survive in a world that looks down on her. The title of this book – The Princess of a Whorehouse – The Story of a Swamp Lotus is most eye-catching and tempts the reader to give the book a second glance.

    People like Noori and Anjum prey on the helplessness of women, mostly uneducated they trust these scum and fall into the pit of flesh trade. Ramya is one such woman who is a w...

    Inderpreet Kaur Uppal

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    2 May, 2017

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    Powerful Idea which could have been portrayed better

    Sometimes you find a book which promises a lot but does not do good justice to the topic.

    This book has a awesome Topic and cause.
    But the book lacks in flow and narrative. The narrative looks choppy and abrupt when the chapter ends.

    Also the language although very simple does not keep you engrossed.

    A good attempt by the author.All the best for Future books

    Devil D

    Deepak Sharma

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    16 Mar, 2017

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    not at all!

    The book begins with Raj, Ramya and Aparajita going out to get Aparajita enrolled in a school which is one of the bests in Delhi. The author begins well, describing Lutyen's Delhi and colonial architecture. The architect in me was enjoying it till it lasted, which was hardly two pages. He painted the picture of the city well.
    The trio reach the school and narration of the past begins.
    Ramya explains her background explaining why the admission to the school was that important to them. The st...

    Flipkart Customer

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    20 Feb, 2017

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