The Anthology That Offers Too Much!

Over the years, I must have accumulated tons of information and inspiring tales of renowned personalities from around the world. Some taught me the importance of research, some perseverance, some- the use of tact, whereas some also taught me to explore the real purpose in life and prioritise accordingly.

All these great writers, sports(wo)men, doctors, film-makers, revolutionaries, leaders, Gurus may have applied their respective strengths in action and elevated all the way up in their field of expertise. However, after stumbling upon this gem of a book, I realised that everything I had ever been looking for had come to find me!

 The Bapu That I Have Known (Mi Pahilela Bapu) is an anthology of anecdotes about my mentor, Dr. Aniruddha Dhairyadhar Joshi (MD Medicine), fondly known as Bapu by his close peers. The peculiarity of these anecdotes is that every article in this anthology unfurls at least one unique facet of Bapu. In no way do these articles portray a hyperbolic personality of Him but state the humble reality, which each of these people has witnessed.

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#Bookmark: The Third World War

Book: The Third World War
Author: Dr. Aniruddha Dhairyadhar Joshi
Publishing Year: 2006
About: An extensive and a comparative study of the world’s history in relation to today’s scenario, which may lead to what the title says.

TWW Book

The Third World War is a concept, which is contemplated around the world on several levels. Most of the political experts, military analysts and conspiracy theorists have expressed their opinions on the international political events and their consequences. However, a layman will never be able to guess the intensity and impact of those consequences in the near future. This book, written by Dr. Aniruddha Joshi (M.D Medicine) in the year 2006, tells us about the possible occurrences of certain events across the globe, which will result in this catastrophe called the Third World War.

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