The Mysterious Dreams
by Nandita Chakarborty Banerjji
When John Lennon said, “Imagine there is no Religion” . . . he did not suggest, “There is no God”. He meant God is one. Religion is just a brand.
Toddle along the extraordinary paths travelled by hippies who, by tuning in to their inner vision, etched their marks into the collective vision of mankind in the 20th century. After millennia of war and strife entailing suffering of countless millions, have we risen above our petty differences and embraced peace, love, and freedom? Or is our recurring past still lingering in our memories? What is the mystery behind the recurring dreams and perpetual fear?
The book's finale is still hopeful of liberation. . .
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Nandia Chakraborty Banerjji, based in Mumbai, likes to write about the peculiarities of the human ethos underlying people of all times and places. Having seen the tough life as the wife of a Defence Officer, she made sure that her two children pursue their dreams before following her one. While working as a Manager in the corporate world handing technical documentation, instructional design, and copywriting for the various media, the thirst for writing something original and creative from the heart poured forth in the form of short stories and jokers, some of which have been published in various magazines. This is her first novel and she is currently writing a sequel.