Sanjay Thakur
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About Sanjay Thakur

An educational entrepreneur for well over two decades, a passionate public speaker, and a life coach. Love exciting people for life.

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Dehradun(Uttarakhand)

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Favourite Books

Mahabharata, Ramayana, Sacred books of the east by Max Muller, Siddharatha by Hermann Hesse, Devil's Chaplain by Richard Dawkins

Favourite Authors

Richard Dawkins

Favourite Quotes

It's never an idea that works but your conviction for it

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Sanjay Thakur > harish prasad

Dear Harishji, Let me first wish you a bright New Year-2016. I really appreciate that you took time out to review my manuscript. Your words and rating will help me improve writing perspectives. I thank you, once again.

Jan 14 '16
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The Mystery of Bila Land

Sanjay Thakur

Dear Nitish,
Both writing and reading are never without passion and a set goal or objective.
Enjoyed the pace of events and narration in the chapters I read.
The idea was to find out what today's aspiring Indian authors are writing all about and how articulate they are.
As authors, we write to entertain our readers, depict our times and space or simply hold a cursor toward the future.
If you have achieved any of the above, consider your job done!
Keep reading, watching your times and writing.
Stop at nothing.

Dec 07 '15
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An Autograph for Anjali

Sanjay Thakur

No fiction fan though I am. Yet I thoroughly enjoyed reading the gripping synopsis and the rest of the manuscript, available for public review. I must say the synopsis itself creates that quintessential thrill, awe and suspense required to qualify to be a whodunnit stuff. With every unfolding event and new character on the scene the story pushes itself and engages the reader to vicariously participate in the story to discover what happens next! You deserve a thumps up! for this.

Dec 01 '15
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Sundari Venkatraman

The ebook is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.in/ebook/dp/B01CM794TG

Mar 11 '16
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Sundari Venkatraman

Thank you :)

Dec 01 '15
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How to Kick Your Boss!

Sanjay Thakur

Dear Mr. Bhatia, It's been a pleasure going through your manuscript. It' well-thought, an well-woven. What it misses is the depth and the fire to awaken the entrepreneur out of someone. I like the honesty and simplicity of your words.
Here is wishing you more ink (can't say tabs!).

Nov 06 '15
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Summons from the Creator

Sanjay Thakur

What is a reader's delight?
-When they don't have to read you but see you through your words, this is what what you have successfully done! You take your reader for a visual treat of emotional roller-coaster. Your writing reminds me of reading the Indian version of Mills & Boons kindda stuff.
The only thing that could have improved the scope of your league of readers -avoiding being too local.
All the best!

Oct 15 '15
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Priya Sidharth Sethi

Thanks Sanjay! Your suggestion would be taken into consideration next time.

Oct 15 '15
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The Accidental Accountant

Sanjay Thakur

Dear Deepak,
Congrats! on BGB's e-publication of your title 'The Epic Indian Novel' Celebrations!
Breezed through this title 'The Accidental Accountant' of yours.
You are, indeed, good at putting your thoughts into words. A suggestion -write from a broader perspective. Your reader wouldn't just come from India.
Keep writing!

Oct 09 '15
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Sanjay Thakur

If anything that can change India it is -reading. Read India read!

Oct 01 '15
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Sanjay Thakur

liked the flow and the tight script.

Sep 23 '15
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